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July 3, 2013

Vehicle overturns, catches fire

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10:23 p.m. - A caller at 915 Bloomfield Rd. in Plainville reported loud music.

9:02 p.m. - A caller at the Maysville Church in Washington reported a male walking toward the highway carrying a back pack and sleeping mat. The male subject was wearing blue jeans and a brown flannel.

5:21 p.m. - A caller near CR 900E and CR 700S reported an unknown vehicle had flipped over and caught fire. The driver of the vehicle from Montgomery, told officers she was traveling west on CR 700S when she went off the north side of the road then over corrected when coming back onto the road.

Her vehicle continued to travel west before she lost control, struck an embankment on the south side of the road then came to rest on the passenger side.

The vehicle sustained damage to the front and passenger side. The driver and a passenger, also from Montgomery, were treated by Southwest Medical at the scene for minor injuries. Both were wearing seat belts.

4:11 p.m. - A caller at 2234 Old US 50W reported an accident. The vehicle involved received no damage and just needed pulled out.

2:57 p.m. - A complainant on station wanted to report that their checks have been stolen and forged. The complainant was advised that Sullivan County was investigating the complaint.

11:37 a.m. - A caller on CR 300W reported that a Rottweiler belonging to a resident on the road is very aggressive toward her and her family when they are riding down the road. It was reported that the dog had nipped the complainant and actually bitten another lady the complainant knew. Officers went to the residence but no one was home at the time.

9:55 a.m. - A caller on SR 57S near Seven Curves reported that someone had dumped three pups near the water tower. Animal control was called.

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