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Police Blotter

This document serves as a quick overview of calls the Danville police responded to Nov. 16-22. It does not include every call or detail related to each incident. Names, specific street addresses, and traffic stops have been omitted.
Monday Nov. 16
• Stolen Firearm-Dollar General (East Main)
Male left firearm in restroom, located subject who retrieved weapon, arrest made.
• Fight-Heritage Village Apartments
Juvenile relatives in altercation, issue resolved
• Harassment-Wilderness Road
Female being harassed over money owed
• Trespassing-Nichols Street
Male trespassing at residence, false
• Check Welfare-Arnold Towers
Suicidal Female possible barricaded, contact made, unfounded
• Suspicious Person-4th and High Street
Located male, arrested made for public intoxication
• Shoplifter-Wal-Mart
Male subject arrested
• Check Welfare-Duncan Hill
Male threatening self-harm, investigation conducted no assistance needed
• Alarms-Daveco Drive, Man-O War, Harleys Tire, Wilderness Trail Solar, all false
• Prowler-Goodall Apartments
Unable to locate anyone
• Loud Noise-Butler Drive
Area check completed
• Protective Order Service-Fox Run Trail
Male served, weapons seized
Tuesday Nov. 17
• Alarms-E. Main St., Dan Pawn, Brighter Choice, Heartland Vet, False
• Burglary-Fleet Service
Building burglarized overnight, scene processed, investigation on-going
• Suspicious Activity-Murphy’s Gas
Female stealing and returning items, investigation on-going
• Injury Collision-2nd Street, Hustonville Road
• Check Welfare-Millennium Park
People sleeping in park
• Disturbance-Ephraim McDowell
No disturbance, male released and had warrants, no action taken, Boyle County jail will not accept arrestees on out of county only warrants
•Check Welfare-Arnold Towers
Check completed
• Check Welfare-Duncan Hill
Requested on child inside the residence, contact made, clear
• Collision-Skywatch Drive, EMRMC parking lot, Bypass/Skywatch,
• Possible Overdose-3rd Street
Unfounded
• Mental Detention Order-Arnold Towers
Order served, subject transported
• Emergency Protection Order-Danville PD
Assistance given to citizen filing paperwork
• Cow in Road-Baughman Ave
Assistance given
•Disturbance-Nichols Street
False
• Disturbance-Michele Court
Options given to reporting party, male causing disturbance gone on arrival
• Robbery-Nichols Street at Walnut Street
Delivery driver robbed at gun point while sitting in vehicle, suspect-unknow age black male, wearing mask and hoodie/investigation on-going
• Burglary-Gose Pike
Vacant residence, property check completed, no burglary
• Theft-Sonic
Menu board stolen
•Property Damage-2nd/Lexington
Vehicle had window broken out
•Hang Up 911-Ashley Way
Roommates in altercation, trouble settled
• Wednesday 11-18
•Alarm-Denmark Drive-False
•Check Welfare-Grabruck
Check complete on citizen, no assistance needed
•Fraud
Stolen check being cashed with fraudulent ID, investigation on-goin
•Neighbor Dispute-War Admiral x2
Intoxicated male causing disturbance, no disturbance on arrival, issue resolved
• Domestic-Clark Street
Verbal only, clear
• Check Welfare-Grabruck
Family unable to make contact with resident, contact made, clear
•Lost/Stolen Wallet-Danville
Report
• Burglary-1220 W. Walnut
Report
•Reckless Drivers-City Wide
Multiple calls of reckless drivers
•Domestic-Brookcove
Male trespassed from property
• Domestic-Valleybrook
Male party arrested for domestic violence offenses
Thursday Nov. 19
•Attempted Burglary-Redrier Lane
2 juveniles attempting to gain entry into building, area canvassed, unable to locate
•Drug Activity-Lowes Parking Lot
Male subject cited and released
• Cow in Roadway-Stanford Rd
Assistance given
•Open 911 Line-Saddle Ridge Circle
Accidental
• Roadway Hazard-Hill N Dale
Kids on golf cart, unable to locate
• Scam-Centre College
Vendor scam occurring, investigation being conducted
• Narcotic Activity-Circle Drive
Unfounded
• Juvenile Complaint-Millennium Park
Juvenile yelling obscenities at another party, spoke with subjects
• Trespassing-Kentucky Utilities
Male subject loitering on property, complied when asked to leave
•Disturbance-Citation Drive
No disturbance, dog was struck by vehicle
• Domestic-Clark Street
Verbal argument only
• Domestic-Smith Street
Verbal only, one party left scene
• Alarm-KY Solid Surfaces
False
Friday Nov. 20
• Check Welfare-Crescent Drive
Male party on scene asked to leave, complied
•Trespassing-Comp Care
Male on scene refusing to leave, left on request, later arrested for public intoxication
• Talk to Officer Via Phone
Option given regarding property damage
• Check Welfare-Centre Estates
Male having suicidal thoughts, investigation conducted
• Hazard-Rolling Hills
Obstructed view due to signage, spoke with all involved
• Collisions-Hustonville Road, Jane Trial, Harding Street, Reports
• Alarm-Family Tire
False
• Talk To Officer-Alta Avenue
Regarding property exchange, options given
• Suspicious Subject-Brookcove Gas Station
Male loitering in area, unable to locate
• Suspicious Vehicle-Clark Street
Contact made, arrested made, male and female possession of methamphetamine
• Suspicious Person-Super 8
Male causing a disturbance, left on request
• Domestic-JE Woods
Verbal only, clear
• Loud Music-Meadow Run
Contact made
• Suspicious Noise-Fox Run
Caller thought someone may be in basement, area checked
Saturday Nov. 21
• Collisions-Bypass/Denmark, Bypass/Hustonville Rd, May Blvd/Bypass, Lebanon Rd (Injury),
Abandoned Property-Kendall Drive
• Bicycle retrieved
• Abandoned Vehicle-Citation Drive
Check complete
• Alarms-Danville Pediatrics, Lebanon Rd, S. 4 th St.,
Suspicious Circumstances-EMRMC Parking Lot
Male going through vehicle, investigation conducted, clear
• Talk to Officer-Via Phone
Parent wanting police to restrict their child from going to work, parenting issues, advice given
• Custody Issue-Harding Street
Options given
• Property Damage-Lexington Road
Golf ball hit window, report
• Suspicious Activity-Holiday Square
Someone knocking on caller’s door, person was at wrong apartment
• Verbal Argument-3 rd /Walnut
Mother and son arguing over gasoline, clear
• Possible Theft-Man-O-War
Subject test drove a for sale motorcycle and has not returned it, investigation conducted, bike
returned
• Disturbance-Ashford Drive
Unfounded
• Domestic-Williams Court
Verbal only, clear
• Suicidal Male-Allene Drive
Paperwork filed, subject transported
• Loud Music-Goodall Apts
Music turned down
Sunday Nov 22
• Open 911 Line-Spine Center Elevator
Check complete
• Reckless Driver-Old Bridge Area
Located, driver arrested for DUI
• Suspicious Person-Perryville Road
Male arrested, public intoxication, possession of methamphetamine
• Check Welfare-East Main
Male under the influence, false
• Protective Order-Danville PD
Citizen assisted in filing EPO
• Domestic-Ashford Drive
Verbal, investigation conducted
• Shoplifters-Wal-Mart
Juveniles, cited and released to parent
• Vicious Dog-MLK
Owner retrieved, Animal control to investigate further
• Handcuffed Male-Burkley Drive
Male handcuffed one arm with keyholes blocked, Danville Fire cut them off
• Suspicious Person-Michelle Court
Someone walking around in clown mask, unable to locate
• Vehicle Break Ins-Area of Denmark Drive
Unable to locate male in hoodie and mask observed attempting to gain entry into a vehicle, upon
further investigation over 30 unlocked vehicles gone through overnight, investigation continuing
• Alarm-Allen Company

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