Nov. 20, 5:54 p.m. – An individual was reported to be panhandling near Walmart on Drum Hill, but after an investigation of the area, the individual could not be found.
Nov. 21, 7:53 a.m. – Two officers were dispatched to an apartment complex on Chelmsford Street for two neighbors who have been complaining about each other on numerous occasions to police.
The first neighbor said that the other neighbor makes noise constantly and bangs on the walls frequently throughout the night while screaming.
Then the officer talked to the other neighbor, who says that the complaints have gotten to the point where she can no longer enter her home without her neighbors complaining to the police. She believes this is retribution for her complaints that other neighbors run businesses out of their apartments, which has not been dealt with, and that those businesses created noise.
The officers told the other neighbor that she can file complaints for those issues, but in the meantime if she was making noise it must stop due to the numerous complaints they have received in the past.
Nov. 21, 5:23 p.m. – Two dogs were reported loose on Old Stage Road, refusing to let a woman leave her car.
The owner of the dogs was discovered, who said to the officers that the dogs frequently attempt to leave the house.
At this point, the officer requested that the dog owner be more diligent in keeping her dogs within the house.
Nov. 21, 9:06 p.m. - An argument between two women playing bingo at St. John’s Church required police to intervene, with both women leaving the vicinity at the request of the officer on the call.
Nov. 22, 3:13 a.m. – Police were called after a resident on Thomas William Way reported that someone was ringing their doorbell and banging at their door.
No one was near the door, but a few minutes later, officers heard a rustling nearby in a wooded area that sounded like someone walking, which immediately stopped once the officers arrived.
Due to the time of night when the door incident occurred, a perimeter was made and K-9 units were summoned to the area, but no individuals could be found.
Nov. 29, 2:21 p.m. – A woman on Stedman Street called police to complain about a tent in the woods behind her house, believing that people were living in it.
Nothing unusual was found.
Dec. 3, 3:28 p.m. – Walmart employees called police to help with an angry customer.
That customer was discovered in the electronics department and was swearing due to the fact that he was unable to find a phone charger and he claimed employees would not help him find out.
Eventually, the customer apologized for yelling and he was escorted out of the store.