First responders were called out to 194 incidents on the day before Halloween.
12:41 am – A call came from Lloyd Drive where a limo bus just dropped off passengers that were fighting in the street – verbally and physically. It turns out one of the guys in the group was drunk and wanted to drive himself home in his car. Other people in the group were trying to stop him. The drunk guy was eventually picked up by his grandma. Everyone was advised.
1:49 am – A call came in because someone got their vehicle stuck in a construction hole on Evergreen Place. Eventually, they got it out. They just wanted someone to adjust the cones so it didn’t happen to another driver.
9:26 am – A Penske truck that was reported stolen in Arizona showed up at the rental lot on Broadway.
12:26 pm – Pine Hill firefighters were called out to the Rite Aid on Harlem and Genesee after a woman passed out near the register. She was checked out and signed off on further treatment.
12:50 pm – A man was taken to ECMC to be treated for back pain after a crash on Union Road near Airport Plaza.
1:14 pm – A woman who was fired from Moe’s on Union Road was yelling and screaming in the restaurant. She was advised by officers to leave the scene and not return – or else she would go to jail.
2:17 pm – A person was taken to Mercy Hospital after a crash on Dingens Street.
3:52 pm – A security camera was reported stolen from Walden Galleria overnight. The details were forwarded to the detective’s bureau.
5:39 pm – Someone reportedly stole weed whackers from a garage that was left open on Marlene Drive.
7:21 pm – Doyle firefighters were called out to check on a woman who was laying in the pavilion at Williamstowne Apartments. It turns out she was just sleeping with a blanket, waiting to get back in her mother’s apartment.
Property damage crashes: 4
Warrants served: 3
Unlicensed animal summons: 10
Walden Galleria shoplifting arrests: 3
DMV violation arrests: 2
Narcotics arrests: 3
Mental health interactions: 3
Domestic incidents: 4
Noise complaints: 1
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