Woman chases tenant with pole: On the Record for Sept. 14, 15
Craig Police Department
Thursday, Sept. 14
1:23 a.m. At East Kum & Go, officers responded to a report of a suspicious male party described as skinny with long, blond hair wearing blue jeans and a backpack who came in for a cup of hot water. The man reportedly filled three containers, but with tea instead instead of water. He was then in the bathroom for 20 minutes. When someone knocked on the door, he came out of the bathroom and was talking to himself, then left. The manager was going to decide if they want him trespassed.
3:11 a.m. Near Cook Ford, officers initiated a traffic stop and arrested a 31-year-old man for driving under restraint and failure to turn his headlights on.
7:03 a.m. On then 700 block of Rose Street, officers responded to a report of a theft of a bicycle from a porch during the night.
10:40 a.m. On the 1100 block of Barclay Street, officers responded to a report of a juvenile out of control.
1:21 p.m. On the 500 block of East Victory Way, officers responded to a report of harassment. A caller advised a female was threatening to come to a property and harass another female in order to get information about her ex.
3:23 p.m. On the 3800 block of West Sixth Street, officers responded to an animal complaint regarding two dogs, a mid-size German shepherd and a smaller dog, roaming at large and behaving aggressively. Both animals were badly matted, and the larger dog reportedly kept charging the caller. The dog’s owner, a 31-year-old man, received a ticket for animals at large and vicious dogs.
3:36 p.m. On the 600 block of Green Street, officers responded to a non-injury car crash between a Mercury Mountaineer and a Chevy Tahoe in a parking lot. One driver was issued a citation.
7:54 p.m. On the 3800 block of West Sixth Street, officers responded to a possible fight between children.
Friday, Sept. 15
12:35 a.m. On Ashley Road and Baker Drive, officers initiated a traffic stop. A 30-year-old Craig man was arrested for unlawful possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia and for a passenger side taillight not working. A white crystalline substance discovered during the investigation tested positive for methamphetamine.
12:53 a.m. On the 500 block of School Street, officers responded to a report of domestic violence. A man reported it sounded like another male party was beating up his girlfriend. Officers arrested a 47-year-old female for violation of a protective order for consuming alcohol.
1:30 p.m. At MJK Ace Hardware, a caller reported a woman in the store stole a purse. The caller advised they’d had previous issues with customer but were unable to issue a trespass notice. The woman left in a white, late ’80s Subaru wagon.
1:40 p.m. At High Performance Car Wash, an unknown vehicle backed into one of the doors of the business, damaged it and left the scene.
3:09 p.m. On the 500 block of School Street, a caller reported seeing a female chasing one of the tenants with a pole and thought she was probably under the influence of drugs. Officers determined the dispute was verbal, only.
5:42 p.m. On the 600 block of Finley Lane, officers responded to a report of domestic violence. A female party advised she and her boyfriend had an argument and he hit her in the back with a door knob repeatedly. When officers arrived, however, they arrested the 19-year-old female for false imprisonment and domestic violence.
10 p.m. At west Kum & Go on Victory Way, officers responded to a report of a disturbance. A clerk reported a man of about age 45 came into the store, used racial slurs and pushed an employee. He reportedly smelled like alcohol and was stumbling.
10:27 p.m. On the 1100 block of Crest Drive, officers responded to a report of a disturbance. A woman reported she was on the phone with a male party and heard a female party start to yell and hit the male party. When officers responded, they arrested a 41-year-old man for violation of a protective order for consuming alcohol.
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