Editor's Note: The following incidents occurred between Sept. 24 and Sept. 27, and were included in the most recent weekly report, sent out on Oct. 5. Specific details come from individual incident reports maintained by the department.
Sept. 24 – A 52-year-old woman reported that her car was keyed while parked outside . The woman said another woman had yelled at her from her car in the parking lot, presumably because the first woman took a parking spot. The 52-year-old woman said she assumed the other woman caused the roughly $800 in damage, but added that she didn’t think she could identify the other woman if she saw her again. Surveillance cameras in the lot didn’t catch the incident.
Sept. 25 – Police were called to the on a report of a dispute between neighbors. One woman, 33, reportedly went up to another woman, 30, after the younger women’s son had been throwing pinecones at the older woman’s daughter. The 33-year-old told the other woman she’d “kick her ass” if her son didn’t stop. The older woman later told police that she did confront the other woman, but said she never threatened any children. The 30-year-old woman did not want to talk to police. No charges were filed.
Sept. 26 – A 34-year-old man reported that, earlier in the month, someone had stolen nearly $3,500 worth of tools from his unlocked truck, which was parked outside his home in the 3100 block of Kentucky Avenue. No suspects have been identified.
Sept. 26 – A 55-year-old male reported that his 1991 Honda Accord was stolen from the 2500 block of Highway 100. No suspects have been identified.
Sept. 27 – An employee at reported that someone had driven on the business’ front lawn. A total of $800 worth of damage was done to landscaping and a sign. Tire tracks were seen on the lawn and nearby in the street. No suspects have been identified.