The Blotter: Don’t shoot my dogs, please

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Jan. 30

Complaint about a trailer parked on school property.

Jan. 31

Report of items being stolen from a vehicle that ended up in a pawn shop. A person was in the lobby wanting police to listen to a voicemail that they thought might have led to a possible murder. It did not.

Feb. 1

Domestic disturbance on the North Fork Road. Man threw something at his wife and hit one of the kids. She wanted him removed from the house. A man called 911 by accident. Said he took a fall and was “still a little rummy.” Ambulance was called to a residence where a woman getting a divorce took 10 antidepressants and vitamins. Another woman wanted her husband removed from her house as well.

Feb. 2

A woman said she was worried that a guy who was watching her dogs might shoot her. She just wanted her dogs back. Report of a naked man at a home on Diane Road yelling.

Feb. 3

Someone called police after they saw a young girl about 6 years old walking to school. They thought it was too cold for her to be out. Report of a suicidal 15-year-old.

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