The Blotter: Hands on the wheel, not on the food

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May 28

Report of a person who tried to roll their car on the Reservoir Road because “they had nothing to live for.” Report of a vicious pit bull on Second Avenue. Theft report from store on Nucleus.

May 29

Report of a male yelling at a female in a store. Report of bullying at school. Report of a car being egged. A woman was stopped for recklessly driving a Jeep. She was advised to keep her hands on the wheel, not on her food. Report of a man standing in the middle of Highway 2 near the River Bridge Inn.

May 30

Wreck on Highway 2 near Blue Moon after a car struck a pickup. Car allegedly ran a red light. Report of indecent exposure on 12th Avenue. Report of a stolen bicycle.

May 31

Report of a truck with debris flying off the back. A piece of wood hit a car’s windshield in the Bad Rock Canyon. A person was worried about a friend who took some pills. A woman called to say she thought she may be having a seizure — ambulance responded.

June 1

Report of a toddler that fell down the stairs — ambulance responded. Elderly man in power wheelchair had a foot that was bleeding heavily as he went down Ninth Street. Report of drunk driver on 8th Street. Report of a break-in on Ninth Street. Alarms went off and cash register was open. Report of an older male making advances on some teenage girls. Report of an allegedly drunk motorcyclist wrecking on Tamarack Lane. Report of a female that was stripped searched by a male who thought she stole his wallet. She did not want to pursue charges.

June 2

False alarm on Talbott Road.

June 3

Report of a blue pickup all over the road on Highway 2. Report of a possible gunshot inside an apartment on Eighth Avenue.

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