A man requested police do a well-being check on a woman who didn’t show up on Pleasant Street for their 3 p.m. date. “She was not there when he arrived ... he does not have her phone number and they have been communicating via U.S. Mail,” wrote police. An officer located the woman and reported that she would call the man.
An 11:42 p.m. report of a domestic disturbance brought police to a Jersey Street address, where they determined it was a verbal altercation between a mother and son.
A Rantoul Street woman reported to police that she had confronted a man who “was staring at her son for a long time” at 11:33 a.m. The man denied any wrongdoing to police.
A car bumped into the front corner of the building at 252 Elliott St., according to a 1:57 p.m. report. “No damage to the car or building,” wrote police.
Police received a 2:50 p.m. report of a missing UPS package at 15 Lovett St.
Police responded to Bridge and Ashton streets after a 3:30 p.m. report of an accident involving a school bus. “No children on board,” wrote police. “No damage to either vehicle.”
An officer and an ambulance responded to a 4:32 p.m. report that a person was hallucinating and paranoid on Manor Road.
Police responded to an 11 p.m. report of a rowdy group in the parking lot at 302 Rantoul St. “All parties just acting rowdy, all got in cars and left area peacefully,” wrote police.
A 4:10 a.m. report of a man with a handgun and warrants out brought police to the area of 29 Bow St., but a search of the area didn’t yield anything suspicious.
Police responded to a 1:40 a.m. report of a large animal laying in the roadway, possibly dead, at Humphrey and Salem streets. “Was bag of trash,” wrote police.