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April 26, 2013

Police Report

WASHINGTON — CITY REPORT

Wednesday 3:44 p.m. – Complainant advised she believes residents at 610 W. Main St. have been gone for three days, and their three large dogs have been continually howling. Owners were not answering phone calls to the residence. Complainant advised she tried to reach Animal Control, but they are gone for the day. PTL Cummings doesn’t believe dogs have been given food or water for three days. Complainant eventually made contact with owners, Larry and Amanda Brown, who said they fed the dogs Monday evening. PTL Cummings advised it appeared the dogs hadn’t been fed and the water appeared to be from previous night’s rain. Cummings advised subjects that they need to get to the residence to take care of the dogs. Larry Brown called Animal Control to have them pick up the dogs as he’s unable to care for them.

3:58 p.m. – Complainant advised problem with a dog that gets into everyone’s trash. Dog lives at 109 W. Van Trees Apt. A and owners let the dog run loose on a regular basis. PTL Humphries advised the dog must be on a leash or chain outside, or Animal Control will be called and a citation will be issued.

10:42 p.m. – Amanda McGrath at Westwood Crossing requested extra patrol in the area. She heard someone knocking on her window, but couldn’t see anyone when she looked outside.

COUNTY REPORT

Wednesday 6:12 a.m. — Caller advised of a broken down van on the side of the road just south of the Seven Curves on SR 257. Wrecker reported to the site of the van and the vehicle is now clear of the area.

2:24 p.m. — Caller advised there is a Pit Bull dog that keeps coming onto her property and she is afraid of it. Caller doesn’t know who it belongs to. Officer advised her that he will contact Animal Control about setting out a trap. 

9:02 p.m. — Caller advised there was an older model Blue Toyota Truck tearing up their fields at S 500 E and E 200 S. Vehicle headed into Montgomery. Unable to get a plate number.  

Total Jail Population: 131

 

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