Radio log for Sept. 2-9


Sept. 2

Verbal domestic, 815 N. 12th St.

Stolen property, 124 S. Main St.

Robbery, 914 N. 10th St.

Dog trying to attack caller’s cat, 1008 E. Calla Ave.

911 hangup, no address listed.

Sept. 3

Reckless driver, two blocks North of United Supermarket.

Missing juvenile, 412 S. 14th St.

Juvenile kicked out of home, 801 S. 14th St.

Cattle out, Weaver Road.

Harassment, woman followed caller home, LEC.

Sept. 4

Officer stand by for child custody, LEC.

Harassing or obscene behavior by neighbors, 600 S. 15th St.

Cow out, US 183, South of the Kiowa County and Tillman County line on the east side.

Stolen property, Weaver Center.

Caller reported that he gave someone a ride to Frederick from Lawton, but was unable to take him back to Lawton due to drug court curfew and wanted to know what to do since the person’s mother was threatening to press charges if he didn’t bring him back to Lawton, 325 S. 14th St.

Domestic disturbance, caller reported that her husband was throwing things at her and he owns a gun, 1206 E. Jasmine Ave.

Suspicious vehicle, East side of annex.

Animal abuse or neglect, caller reported that two horses, a mule, and some sheep all look malnourished and unkempt, one mile west of U.S. 183 on CR 183.

Sept. 5

Attempted break-in, 100 block of North Main Street.

Vehicle broken into, 516 N. 12th St.

Dog with chain around its neck got tangled in some trees, 1001 N. Sixth St.

Domestic dispute, 1206 E. Jasmine Ave.

Warrant check, 217 S. 15th St.

Officer standby while someone picks up belongings, 1206 E. Jasmine Ave..

Caller reported that the middle of the road is cracked with water bubbling out of it, 300 block of South 21st Street.

Trespassing, 511 E. Hermosa Ave.

Traffic accident, one semi pulled out in front of another semi, no injuries reported, CR-NS 219.

Burglary, 815 N. 12th St.

Sept. 6

Welfare check request, 1010 S. 13th St.

Found property, 302 N. Main St.

Transport Cory Rivas for blood work, LEC.

Welfare check, 100 E. Grand Ave.

Larceny, 914 N. Main St.

Larceny, 300 S. 15th St.

Domestic, female juvenile hitting grandmother, 122 N. 19th St.

Accident, caller stated his wife hit a deer, no injuries reported, deer in middle of highway north of Hollister on US 54.

Trespassing, 18020 CR-NS 221.

Hunter shooting too close to caller’s property, 1200 S. Main St.

Sept. 7

Caller wanted to speak to officer regarding juvenile, 213 S. 13th St.

Trespassing, 418 Pine St.

Abandoned vehicle, 815 N. Main St.

Runaway juveniles, 17- and 15-year-old males, 207 N. 15th St.

Dairy cows roaming loose, north of Golf Course.

Medical, possible overdose, 709 W. Field St., Grandfield.

Sept. 8

Officer standby for person to pick up belongings, 511 E. Hermosa Ave.

Suspicious individual, 914 N. Main St.

Officer standby, caller picking up deep freezer from ex-husband, 18248 CR-NS 233, Hammsville.

Two longhorns walking down the railroad tracks, they have a W brand on their hips, US 5 and First Street.

Sept. 9

Loud music disturbing the peace, 200 block of North 14th Street.

Special assignment, Fair Barn.

Welfare check, verbal domestic, 201 S. 16th St.

Welfare check, 124 S. Main St.

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