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Additional patrol – At 12:27 a.m. on September 2, three subjects were hiding in yards near 3201 Kingston. When the report saw them, they drove off in a gray or white pickup truck heading south on Kingston, then heading east on Prospect. Three white males in their twenties, medium size.

Prowler – The registrant indicated that she could hear someone knocking on her window and wanted to be contacted. The female is intoxicated. I have requested an additional patrol near the apartments at 301 W. Hartford.

Various – Gray and blue dump truck heading south on the 14th, the rear wheel was smoking. Firefighters responded. The driver indicated that he would bring in a tow for the vehicle.

Be ready – US Marshall asked for an officer in reference to a woman in custody. US Marshall is taken prisoner in custody and Officer # 32 transported to Kay County.

Burglary – The declarant requested an officer in reference to a possible burglary and property damage. Options given, request an additional night patrol in the alley, 317 S. Pine.

Disturbance – The reporting party requested an officer with reference to a subject in an early 90s white model F-150 with a tray, throwing limbs into the wasteland in front of the reporting party’s residence in block 900 of S. 13th. No garbage found, the truck had left on arrival. I asked for an additional patrol.

Stop – DHS asked an officer for a pickup order on a juvenile subject. Officer # 32 was jailed in custody with a 13-year-old for Garfield County detention. Officer 53 transported the miner to Kay County.

Well-being check – The 911 caller requested a welfare check on two minors riding a go-cart on the southbound street in the 500 block of S. Pine. She thinks it’s dangerous.

Options – Options on a young woman who came to his home after being expelled from her parents’ home. I will contact Officer # 50 for more information. The woman is safe in this residence. Made contact with the parents, OJA (Juvenile Affairs Officer) told them that if she needed to leave to freshen up, it was ok to stay here, and when her parents told her to come home, she had to do it. Lives in the 1600 block of Bradbury.

Stop – Report in the hall to get to the confirmed mandates of the city. Constable # 12 was jailed with Jodi Ross on 2/1988 on city arrest warrants: non-payment of a trespassing for $ 374.

Disturbance – A man caused a disturbance in the Studio 205 store. No longer on scene, last scene northbound 5th on a Harley Davidson motorcycle. Unable to locate subject, contact with owner, intrusion warning issued halfway through.

Suspicious person / vehicle – Report posted in the alley between Maple and Otoe, there is a drunk man asking people to drive them. The man was wearing a black shirt with red letters.

Ongoing fight – Three males fighting. The report said there was a man walking west down the alley wearing saggy shorts and a drawstring backpack. Last scene headed south on foot on the lake. Unable to locate, the owner requested an additional patrol.

Reckless driver – The reporting party has been informed of a white Trailblazer driving recklessly. Almost hit the reporting party. Last seen looking north on Peachtree. The reporting party wants to be contacted. Contact with the declaring party. Unable to locate the vehicle.