First responders attended to 200 complaints on July 10, 2018.
1:14 am – A woman inside the cellblock was checked out by an ambulance crew. The woman was not transported.
9:09 am – The police investigated a burglary on Francis Avenue.
1:03 pm – Bellevue firefighters assisted Depew with a creek rescue off Rutherford.
1:44 pm – A man begging for money at Walmart was told to move along.
1:50 pm – Forks firefighters extinguished a grass fire at Walden Galleria.
2:32 pm – The police arrested an employee from a store inside the Walden Galleria for stealing cash.
3:32 pm – An autistic man on a bus was attacking the driver and bus monitor. The police and two ambulances were requested to the scene on Cleveland Drive. One person was checked out by medical personnel, and the autistic man’s parents arrived to pick him up.
7:45 pm – An arrestee from a traffic stop on Pine Ridge Heritage Boulevard stated he was having a heart attack. The patrol car took the man to St. Joes for treatment. He was brought to police headquarters at 11:25 pm.
8:55 pm – A police presence was shown at the Recreation Center after a bad fight on the ice broke out. A rink attendant thought the fight would start again in the parking lot when the team left for the night.
10:13 pm – A 20-year-old on Southgate Road was charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct after she tore up her parent’s home fought with patrol officers when they arrived.
11:38 pm – A woman called the police to say she thought she hit a person on Beach Road. It turned out to be a large stuffed animal.
Property Damage Crashes: 5
Warrants Served: 8
Narcotics Possession arrests: 1
Marijuana Possession arrests: 0
Driving without a valid license or registration arrests: 1
Mental Health Interactions: 1
Domestic Disputes: 2
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