Sept. 21, 2:47 p.m. – A gas station employee on Drum Hill Road flagged down an officer in the area, hoping to get their assistance with an unruly customer.
The officer made contact with the unruly customer, who was upset with a portable gas container, saying the employee would not help him due to having too many customers, although he said he was not being treated unfairly.
At that point, the officer asked the customer to leave the store, and he complied, saying he would not return.
Oct. 1, 4:38 p.m. –An officer was dispatched to Hunt Road for reports of illegal dumping at an area business.
Upon arrival, the officer met with the owner of the property saying that a woman had dumped trash in his dumpster, showing various items she had dumped that had her contact information and address.
From there, the officer went to the woman’s home, where the officer met with a male relative of the woman.
That man admitted to dumping items into the dumpster, saying that the family had moved recently and had too many items to be picked up by normal garbage collection.
The officer told the man there were various donation boxes in town where some of the items could be dumped, which the man said he would use from now on.
Oct. 3, 9:10 p.m. – Three officers were dispatched to Stedman Street for reports of a car window that was smashed in by a rock earlier in the day in that area.
Upon arrival, the officers met with two men from the State Department of Mental Health, who said that one of their residents had an episode while they were driving down the street.
Earlier in the day, the resident became so upset that when the vehicle was stopped in traffic, he left the car, found a rock, and began hitting the windows of the vehicle.
Ultimately, the resident broke the rear window and driver’s side rear window of the vehicle before being subdued.
The two men said that once the resident was fine upon arrival at their destination and they wanted to return to where the incident happened for the sake of documentation since they were in a government vehicle.
According to the police report, the resident had several forms of undisclosed mental illnesses.