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Police blotter Nov. 16, 2020

This document serves as a quick overview of calls police responded to over the weekend, Nov 13, 14, and 15th. It does not include every call or detail related to each incident. Names, specific street addresses, and traffic stops have been omitted.
Document prepared by Assistant Chief Glenn Doan
Friday, Nov. 13, 2020
• Collisions- Enterprise, Hustonville Road at Factory Lane, KY 2168 at Danville Bypass, Hustonville Road at Garland Drive, Injury collision Stanford Rd at Main, vehicle vs deer KY 52, Reports taken.
Narcotics Complaint-Balasa Drive
Investigation conducted
•Domestic-Shakerpoint Drive
Male and female both arrested for domestic assault
• Neighbor dispute (two calls), Wilderness Rd
One party upset over a guest at a neighboring apartment, dispute settled, options given
• Numerous reckless driving complaints-City Wide
• Parking complaint-Chestnut Street
• Loose cows-Gose Pike
Owner located and responded
• Property Dispute-Fox Run Trail
Civil issue over property, options given
• Trespassing-1st Street
Unknown male at rear of the building, unable to locate
Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020
• DUI Driver-Five Star
Located, driver not impaired
• Suspicious Person-1st Street
Caller believes another individual is trying to pry her door open, no evidence located, subject has made 9 previous calls
• Shots fired-Hill N Dale area
Unable to locate anything
• Neighbor Issue-Latimer Heights
Ongoing neighbor dispute, resolved
• Vicious Dogs-Woodland Pl.
Owner cited for harboring vicious animal
• Disturbance Wal-Mart
Subject arrested for violation of a protective order
• Hit and Run-Cowan St.
Located involved vehicle, cited subject for leaving scene of an accident, report taken
• Numerous calls of suspicious persons, reckless drivers, and parking complaints
•Vehicle pursuit-3rd Walnut
Attempted traffic stop, motorist fled north on KY 33 before crashing vehicle, subject arrested
• Open 911 Line-Harding Street
False
• Dispute-Chestnut St.
Subject wants live in girlfriend removed from property, Eviction process explained
•Intoxicated Subject-Beech St.
Arrest made
•Prowler-Circle Drive
Unable to locate
• Disturbance-Wilderness Road
Males arguing over cigarettes and garlic bread, situation resolved
• Burglary in Progress-422 Carrigan
False
• Alarm-Tractor Supply
False
Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020
• Alarm-Tractor Supply
False
• Collision-Nokomis at Apache, 4th Street at Walnut, Vehicle vs deer Gose Pike, Reports
• Disturbance-Fox Run Trail
Verbal argument over property-Civil options explained
• Disturbance-Off Centre Laundry
Intoxicated male, left prior to arrival
• Parking Complaint-Parking Garage
Malfunction at parking garage, motorist stuck inside, police assistance given
• Hit and Run-Wal-Mart
Investigation on-going
• Domestic Disturbance-Lexington Ave at Swope Dr
Investigation conducted, charges being filed
• Female Yelling for Help-Patrician Place
Elderly female needing assistance, fell inside apartment, police located her and EMS summoned
• Suspicious People-Truck Stop
Subjects sleeping in vehicle, clear
• Abandoned Vehicle-Lexington at 4th Street
Investigation conducted, vehicle taken from Stanford, disabled after crashing into a parked car, several juveniles taken into custody.

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