Monday, Oct. 20
12:46 a.m.- Caller from Broadway advised the city had pumpkins at the gazebo and some had been smashed.
3:50 a.m.- Caller from Fishtrap Hill advised that his dogs were barking as if someone was around his residence. Caller advised he did not see anyone.
8:51 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1092 advised someone stole her medications and credit cards.
10:41 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1559 requested the 911 address. They advised this was an emergency line, and she needed to call an admin number.
12:23 p.m.- Caller from Broadway advised a 4-wheeler was stolen from the alley behind Tropical Isle.
2:05 p.m.- Caller from Bob’s Branch advised a male subject was in his residence and wanted him removed. Caller advised the subject is under the influence of alcohol.
4:03 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue requested to speak to a unit in reference to stolen case.
5:42 p.m.- Caller from FM Stafford Avenue requested to speak to Unit 1. They advised caller to call back during normal business hours.
7:27 p.m.- Caller from Mandarin House advised a male and female subject attempted to steal a vehicle.
7:35 p.m.- Caller from McKenzie Branch requested the phone number for the sheriff’s office and police department just so he would have them written down.
Tuesday, Oct. 21
12:00 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised that he was hit by a grey Ford which was missing the passenger side headlight. Caller advised the vehicle did not stop. Subject advised of a possible broken foot.
8:58 a.m.- Caller from Walmart Hill advised they were driving up the hill and in the curve there was a green Jeep broken down. Caller was afraid someone would hit it.
9:10 a.m.- Caller from U.S. 460 advised they were taking students on a field trip and two coal trucks were driving extremely recklessly.
10:44 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a male on a scooter cut across the road. Caller advised she had to stop to keep from hitting him.
11:08 a.m.- Caller from State Street advised they had gotten the wrong number. Caller wanted the number to the Dispatch Office.
1:15 p.m.- Caller from Mill Branch Road advised he owns property behind May’s Carpet. Caller advised there were three to four subjects walking around the trailer acting suspicious.
2:15 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised witnessed someone throwing out a full cup of pop and something else in the ditch near the State Highway Garage.
2:59 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised the hills were on fire across from the stock yard. Caller advised it was close to a residence.
7:14 p.m.- Caller from Dry Branch advised two horses were walking in the roadway.
11:33 p.m.- Caller from Stafford Avenue advised horses were loose and walking around the tracks.
Wednesday, Oct. 22
1:39 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a white newer model Camry was traveling at a high rate of speed.
2:37 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised a female subject in a white Grand Am was driving recklessly.
5:38 p.m.- Caller from Hibbett’s Sporting Goods advised two females stole some items from the store.
6:11 p.m.- Caller from Woodland Court wanted to speak with a unit. Dispatch advised them they do not contact him when the sheriff’s office isn’t open, and that they would pass the note along to a deputy.
8:05 p.m.- Caller from Lively Lane advised a vehicle was on fire, beside of residence.
9:57 p.m.- Caller from Lively Lane advised they have full coverage insurance on the car that caught on fire. Caller also advised the fire department had to come and put the fire out.
9:59 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised a white mustang was making multiple trips up and down the roadway turning in people’s driveways.
11:15 p.m.- Caller from Woodland Court wanted to know why the officers were sent to the wrong apartment.
Thursday, Oct. 23
9:12 a.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised a truck was trying to get through the underpass.
10:27 a.m.- Caller from Hutch Chevrolet advised his work truck was towed in last week. When he picked up his truck a weedeater and chainsaw were missing.
10:29 a.m.- Caller from Whippoorwill Road advised two horses were on top of the hill. Caller advised she almost hit one.
5:55 p.m.- Caller from Lincoln Avenue in reference to her daughter receiving texts on her phone and harassing her.
11:02 p.m.- Caller from Woodland Drive advised a car trailer part was out in the roadway. Caller also advised a few subjects almost hit it.
11:22 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 East advised a neighbor was tearing and burning down an old house. Caller advised there were a lot of embers coming down around her residence.
Friday, Oct. 24
6:18 a.m.- Caller from Ponderosa Drive advised subjects above her were being extremely loud.
3:49 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue requested an officer in reference to people making threats walking past her apartment.
4:30 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised someone had damaged the front bumper on her red Chevrolet Silverado.
4:35 p.m.- Caller from Park and Playground advised teenagers were being rough and using foul language around small children.
6:34 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a female subject has a DVO. Caller also advised she walked into the store using foul language and making threats towards male subject.
7:26 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised he had received a call of a truck pulling a mobile home across Star Fire Hill without a flagger. Caller advised he ran them off the roadway.
8:21 p.m.- Caller from Mill Street advised the occupants of a neighboring apartment were yelling and screaming at each other.
10:16 p.m.- Caller from bridge on Rt. 40 advised eight subjects were looking over edge of bridge. Caller also advised unknown of what they were doing.
Saturday, Oct. 25
12:11 a.m.- Caller from Highlands Apartments advised there was someone in a vacant apartment.
1:00 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised a male subject on a motorcycle subject was driving wrecklessly.
3:07 p.m.- Caller from Auto Brokers advised that there were cars blocking the roadway.
8:06 p.m.- Caller from Sugargrove Road advised a forest fire was just getting started up.
8:19 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised that he hit a deer.
Sunday, Oct. 26
12:17 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised a dark colored SUV was throwing eggs at another vehicle.
10:05 a.m.- Caller from Main Street advised male subject calls her every morning.
10:41 a.m.- Caller from Lively Lane advised he owns another home and someone had vandalized a stove.
12:30 p.m.- Caller from Rt. 40 advised subject backed into him at the gas station. Caller advised there were no injuries.
12:43 p.m.- Caller from Airport Road advised that someone stole her tablet.
2:01 p.m.- Caller from Buell Williams Drive advised that neighbors were putting up a fence, blocking her only way to get from the main road to her residence.
3:29 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised subject backed into her vehicle.
7:05 p.m.- Caller from Preston Street advised that a neighbor had a dog tied up that constantly barks. Caller also advised the dog was malnourished.
9:03 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised a male subject was on a scooter that had no lights and was bouncing off the side of the roadway. Caller advised the subject was going to get hit.
9:10 p.m.- Caller from Ponderosa Drive advised his mother’s purse had been stolen from her vehicle. Caller advised it was unknown how they got the purse.
11:36 p.m.- Caller from Redbush advised there were several dogs at a nearby residence and they bark all night and had been doing it for several weeks.
Monday, Oct. 13
2:13 a.m.- Caller from Loon Branch advised a male subject tried breaking into the residence through the bathroom window.
6:23 a.m.- Caller from 6th Street advised a female driver missed her turn and went into a ditch.
12:00 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised his .22 rifle had been stolen out of his truck.
4:53 p.m.- Caller from Federal Drive advised the outside mailbox at the post office is malfunctioning. Caller advised mail was coming back out, was not secured in box.
10:14 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised a white mustang almost hit her head on.
Tuesday, Oct. 14
6:35 a.m.- Caller from Rt. 40/460 advised red lights were out.
8:24 a.m.- Caller from Rt. 40/460 advised their tractor was about to lose a wheel. Caller advised they were blocking the roadway.
11:54 a.m.- Caller from Broadway advised a female subject got out of a blue mini van and was stumbling walking into Citizen’s.
12:53 p.m.- Caller from Elite apartments advised someone ripped his mailbox off the wall.
3:33 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1750 advised a red coal truck was in and out of traffic.
5:34 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 advised there was a vehicle in the ditch.
7:42 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 advised there was water in the roadway, at the race track.
8:35 p.m.- Caller from Davis Branch advised a mile past the golf course there was water in the road.
9:36 p.m.- Caller from Chet Tackett Hollow requested to speak to an officer in reference to scam phone calls.
Wednesday, Oct. 15
3:26 a.m.- Caller from Highland Apartments advised subject was knocking on people’s doors waking them.
2:10 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1559 advised someone stopped and went through mailboxes.
2:42 p.m.- Caller from Broadway advised female was under the influence.
4:06 p.m.- Caller from Hammond Road in reference to two goats in the roadway were going to cause an accident.
7:59 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 in reference to speak to male subject that took a pellet gun to school.
8:57 p.m.- Caller from Rt. 825 asvised a white mustang ran him off the road.
9:43 p.m.- Caller from Depot Street requested extra patrol in reference to suspisious people knocking on doors.
10:13 p.m.- Caller from 7th Street in reference to three subjects being intoxicated.
Thursday, Oct. 16
9:54 a.m.- Caller from VIP Fuels advised female subject was trying to hitch rides with whoever she can.
10:11 a.m.- Caller from Baker Branch advised dryer had caught fire and it was contained to the utility room.
12:46 p.m.- Caller from Highland Apartments advised male subject has music up loud and was asked three times to turn it down.
1:12 p.m.- Caller from Jefferson Avenue advised a truck drove through and tore down power lines and they were laying on the sidewalk and parking lot behind Speedway.
3:17 p.m.- Caller from Thealka Park advised there was a deer with a broken leg.
5:17 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised vehicle was all over the roadway.
6:00 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised a female and two male subjects were shoplifting.
9:31 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised he got into an argument with his wife and she left on foot.
Friday, Oct. 17
1:56 a.m.- Caller from Pine Street advised someone stole his iPhone.
2:49 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised a vehicle was in the roadway with their flashers on.
7:55 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 2040 advised a single vehicle accident without injuries.
3:07 p.m.- Caller from Tastefully Made in reference to a male subject that has a mutual restraining order against the male hanging out in front of their store.
4:01 p.m.- Caller from North U.S. 23 advised a truck hit a pole and left to do deliveries. Driver gave caller all the information before he left.
4:57 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1559 advised they were having a funeral and someone had locked the gate.
5:37 p.m.- Caller from Woodland Court advised her husband pulled into the driveway and a female walked in front of him.
6:49 p.m.- Caller from South Mayo Trail advised there was a male asking people for money. The caller advised that the manager asked him to leave.
7:58 p.m.- Caller from East End advised there was a male subject behind their building throwing rocks.
11:36 p.m.- Caller from Paintsville Football Field advised his wife’s purse was stolen while they were at the game.
Saturday, Oct. 18
4:18 a.m.- Caller from Rt. 1428 advised there was a horse in the road.
11:11 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 East advised the top of a kitchen table was in the middle of the roadway in the area of Twin Hills mobile home park.
1:12 p.m.- Caller from Wallen Drive in reference to a scam. Caller advised her she had won money.
3:17 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail in reference to a pay phone hangup call.
3:41 p.m.- Caller from Rt. 825 advised a dog had been hit and had been moved to the side of the road.
4:35 p.m.- Caller from South Mayo Trail advised a male subject was asking people for money and was standing at the front door.
7:47 p.m.- Caller from Little Mud Lick advised an elderely female was walking on the side of the road with a walker going towards Cross Creek.
10:26 p.m.- Caller from Washington Avenue advised four male subjects got out of a white car parked at Club Fit. Caller lost sight of them around the new construction site.
11:42 p.m.- Caller from Paintsville Lake advised three vehicles were blocking the access road out of the downstream area.
Sunday, Oct. 19
12:07 a.m.- Caller from Horne Branch advised vehicle was traveling at a slow rate of speed.
1:12 p.m.- Caller from Collins Drive advised a deer had been hit and was still alive.
2:02 p.m.- Caller from Middle Fork advised subjects on dirtbikes were driving by revving up motor to try and make his dogs upset.
2:09 p.m.- Caller from Trace Ridge advised there were people loading up equipment.
Monday, Oct. 6
10:01 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised someone had poured roofing nails in her driveway and stuck them in her tire. Caller requested an officer to come to the residence. Caller also advised she doesn’t have trespassing signs up.
11:00 a.m.- Caller from Narrows Fork wanted to be added to the code red list.
2:43 p.m.- Caller from Grassy Creek advised child was playing with the phone and subject called back and said everything was fine.
5:18 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised a two vehicle accident with no injury. Caller advised roadway was blocked.
6:06 p.m.- Caller from 8th Street wanted to know if there were any warnings for the weather.
11:00 p.m.- Caller from Conley’s Tire in reference to a car in the ditch. Caller advised they just needed a wrecker.
11:51 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1559 in reference to a tree in the roadway.
Tuesday, Oct. 7
3:24 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 580/1409 advised several large trees in the roadway.
6:01 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised there were horses on the train tracks.
10:53 a.m.- Caller from Poor Boys in reference to the stolen gun that was recovered last week.
1:01 p.m.- Caller from River Road advised there was 5-10 gallons diesel spill at the Depot. Caller advised everyone was fine, and they have someone to clean it up.
8:11 p.m.- Caller from 8th Street in reference to female subject being scared and wanted to know what was going to happen.
8:30 p.m.- Caller from Oil Springs school advised there was a rotating cloud over top of the school.
9:17 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1596 advised possible funnel cloud and trees down across roadway.
10:47 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1092 advised there was a large tree at the top of Flatgap hill and it was in the curve.
11:16 p.m.- Caller from Horseshoe Street requested for someone to check on female subject due to a power outtage.
Wednesday, Oct. 8
12:05 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 2039 advised there were power lines on the roadway and people are driving over them.
5:02 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised there was a tree in the roadway about half a mile past county garage.
1:16 p.m.- Caller from Middle Fork advised there are male subjects revving engines.
4:41 p.m.- Caller from 6th Street advised he was repossessing vehicle parked beside the curb.
5:05 p.m.- Caller from Whippoorwill Road advised a S-10 truck struck her driver’s side mirror.
8:00 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised a bluish green Ford Ranger extended cab was all over the roadway. Caller advised the driver had ran up the median straight through turnoff to Walmart.
8:55 p.m.- Caller from C. Vanhoose Drive advised two semi-trucks parked near roadway on 23 and advised they were not able to see to get out.
Thursday, Oct. 9
3:55 a.m.- Caller from Rt. 172 advised they hit two deer laying in curve. Caller advised they didn’t need a report.
8:10 a.m.- Caller from 2nd Street advised male subject was trying to get his truck down from the Wound Healing Center.
11:33 a.m.- Caller from Rt. 40 East advised Hyundai with Florida tags was passing him at an extremely high rate of speed.
1:59 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 advised there was brush in the middle of the roadway just passed Sugargrove Church.
3:35 p.m.- Caller from Walmart parking lot advised there were busted balloons in the parking lot and had white powdery stuff around them.
3:59 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised there was a male subject in the store possibly under the influence. Caller advised he was staggering all over the place.
4:47 p.m.- Caller from Apache Drive advised three children are shooting each other with a Pump BB gun. Caller advised it was unknown if it was loaded or not.
7:59 p.m.- Caller from Rt. 1750 advised there was a large deer in the roadway and its going to cause a wreck.
10:46 p.m.- Caller from M Vanover Branch heard three shots on her property. Caller also advised it sounded like a handgun.
Friday, Oct. 10
1:42 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 was unable to make contact with anyone at residence.
4:43 a.m.- Caller from South Clay Avenue advised friend had come to spend the night. Caller advised he woke up and subjects stole $250 and medication.
12:54 p.m.- Caller from James S. Trimble Boulevard advised female subject was getting wild.
1:22 p.m.- Caller from Two Mile Hill advised a postal carrier car over the hill and was three feet from being in the water.
5:02 p.m.- Caller from Rt. 40 advised subjects were throwing trash out the windows and it hit their vehicle.
6:31 p.m.- Caller from Rt. 321/James S. Boulevard advised someone hit a bobcat and it was still sitting in the road. Caller was unknown if it was badly hurt or not.
6:46 p.m.- Caller from Citizens National Bank advised daughter’s friend left card in ATM. Caller requested an officer for a report.
7:13 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 460 advised they hit a deer and declined a report. Caller requested an officer to drive through to see if the deer was still in the road.
Saturday, Oct. 11
10:39 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised male subject was having a hard time walking.
10:47 a.m.- Caller from 3rd Street requested an officer in reference to a stray dog that keeps coming inside the store. Caller advised it was scaring off some of the customers.
4:18 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 689 East requested an officer in reference to female subject threatening to whip him. Caller also advised mother put soap in her mouth and her hair.
5:03 p.m.- Caller from 4th/5th Street in reference to people getting into her vehicle and her neighbor’s car. Caller advised nothing was stolen requested extra patrol.
6:08 p.m.- Caller from Robin Hill Road advised car was locked and there was a three-year old child in the car.
6:18 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 2039 advised there was a party going on.
9:18 p.m.- Caller from Buskirk Drive female advised there was a pitbull running loose in the area of her residence and that the dog had ran her cats off. Caller also advised of the vicious nature of the dog around people.
9:38 p.m.- Caller from Burnt Cabin Tower Road advised he had a smart phone and hit the emergency call button by mistake.
Sunday, Oct. 12
10:40 a.m.- Caller from McClure Street advised female subject under the influence and drove to apartments and bought medicine.
3:27 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised there was a tree in the roadway and power lines on the ground.
6:16 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 West female advised that a male subject had a flat tire. Caller also advised the male subject was in the middle of the road changing his tire.
Monday Sept. 29
12:39 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 advised his wife messaged him and said someone was in the house. Caller advised there were two small children inside the residence as well.
10:40 a.m.- Caller from U.S. 460 advised there was a black Toyota had ran off the road several times.
11:02 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised there was a snake in her garage. Caller advised it was on the door.
12:52 p.m.- Caller from Main Street advised red Dodge Daytona was parked in front of the library in a handicap spot and it did not have any handicap stickers on it.
6:51 p.m.- Caller from South Mayo Trail advised that someone kidnapped her dog.
8:06 p.m.- Caller from Hardee’s witnessed two employees do a drug transaction in the parking lot.
8:16 p.m.- Caller from Whippoorwill advised female subject was sitting on the guardrail holding a pillow.
8:44 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised neighbor’s were burning something like plastic, or rubber. Caller advised they needed to open their windows, or turn air on inside residence.
Tuesday, Sept. 30
12:19 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 3387 advised vehicle is out of gas and it was stuck in the middle of the road.
5:40 a.m.- Caller from Washington Avenue advised fire alarm was activated showing dining room smoke.
5:51 a.m.- Caller from McKenzie Branch advised there was a prowler around his residence. Subject advised he had a Derringer handgun inside residence. Caller also advised he saw him through the back window.
10:17 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised someone advised him there were trash bags in the roadway.
10:42 a.m.- Caller from Walnut Avenue advised a male subject and female subject went over the hill toward the creek.
11:33 a.m.- Caller from Stafford Avenue advised someone broke into his building and stole some items.
1:35 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised two vehicle accident with no injuries next to guardrail on grocery side.
4:14 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a pole was on fire between Apple Valley and American Standard.
5:07 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised male with small child in reference to a 4-wheeler driving recklessly.
Wednesday, October 1
4:47 a.m.- Caller from Main Street advised cops were just at this location. Caller advised neighbor is drunk and subject had the radio turned up screaming and yelling which woke subject up.
7:52 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised there was a green plastic, possibly a baby toy in the roadway.
9:58 a.m.- Caller from Robin Hill Road advised he was run off the road by a male subject.
4:09 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 460 advised there was a cow trying to cross the road.
4:37 p.m.- Caller from Wolfpen Branch advised someone had placed a generator on some property that he owns. He did not want anyone to think he took it.
5:52 p.m.- Caller from Broadway advised there were vehicles driving fast. Caller advised there were several children in the area around the carnival.
6:43 p.m.- Caller from Jefferson Avenue advised a motorcycle had been running up and down the street all day. Caller advised the motorcycle was going in circles on Broadway to Jefferson.
10:07 p.m.- Caller from Richmond Hill advised he heard a female screaming in the background and did not think it was the TV. Caller also advised he called back and someone picked up, but no one would talk.
Thursday, October 2
8:20 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised red car in median traveling at a high rate of speed.
9:28 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1596 advised her husband is very upset over a divorce agreement and he was there to pick up his stuff.
9:29 a.m.- Caller from Burnt Cabin Tower Road advised phone is in someone’s pocket and the phone keeps calling 911 and was able to hear which sounds like phone rubbing against something.
10:52 a.m.- Caller from Main Street advised elevator would not open. After calling it opened.
1:05 p.m.- Caller from Sheriff’s Dept. advised a male subject came in and requested a restraining order in reference to three male subject threatening to jump him this past weekend.
1:26 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised people were on the bridge before Powell Addition and they lost a bunch of papers and were out picking them up.
2:03 p.m.- Caller from Apache Drive advised a male subject was riding a baby on a 4-wheeler and was last seen going towards the post office.
2:13 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised a copperhead was under his refrigator.
6:36 p.m.- Caller from 6th Street advised that her neighbor was playing loud music.
Friday, Oct. 3
8:51 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised vehicle was in the middle of the roadway on its top. Two subjects were out of the vehicle and advised they did not need EMS.
12:34 p.m.- Caller from Buell Williams Drive in reference to a vehicle being locked. Caller advised them to call a wrecker.
12:51 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised there are a bunch of vehicles in the fire lane.
5:08 p.m.- Caller from 2nd Street advised female backed into a golf cart with a truck.
10:41 p.m.- Caller from Mill Street advised they locked their keys in their vehicle.
10:52 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised the traffic lights were flashing all colors coming off the ramp.
Saturday, Oct. 4
12:03 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 West advised that the power lines across from her residence are arcing and were possibly on fire.
11:13 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised yellow 4-wheeler was riding up and down the road.
2:01 p.m.- Caller from Third Street advised a vehicle was blocking the garage door to residence.
2:15 p.m.- Caller from McGahan’s Feed Store advised several cars were blocked in and was trying to leave.
2:17 p.m.- Caller from Short Street advised red car in the parade was squealing tires and almost lost it toward the crowd.
4:42 p.m.- Caller from City Hall advised vehicles went through caution tape and was blocking the cornhole tournament.
5:06 p.m.- Caller from Main Street advised there was a male subject on his property.
Sunday, Oct. 5
1:13 a.m.- Caller from Baker Branch advised that all of their Halloween decorations were stolen from residence while they were at the Apple Festival.
10:22 a.m.- Caller from Broadway advised one of the carnival workers had hit a street light and knocked it over moving equipment.
12:05 p.m.- Caller from Baker Branch in reference to some decorations that were stolen. Caller advised they found a peace hat and said “I’m Still Watching.”
9:26 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 469 advised there were cows in the road going toward Redbush.
Monday, Sept. 22
10:05 a.m.- Caller from Starfire Hill advised female subject was striking a male subject. Caller advised they were standing in the road and they were both wearing all black.
11:33 a.m.- Caller from Broadway advised female subject was causing problems and she would not leave the office.
4:25 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 580 advised he found a white iPhone laying in the road near Oil Springs fire department.
5:33 p.m.- Caller from Possum Hollow was advised by a male subject that his truck was stolen. Male advised his truck was found in Martin County.
6:40 p.m.- Caller from McClure Street advised a male subject was standing in the roadway with a pistol waving it around.
8:20 p.m.- Caller from Paintsville football field advised players got into a fight and fans rushed to the field.
Tuesday, Sept. 23
6:53 a.m.- Caller from Ponderosa Drive advised his girlfriend was trying to steal his dog. Caller advised he had been dealing with this for a week.
9:03 a.m.- Caller from James S. Trimble Boulevard advised subject came in from an ATV accident near White House Road.
1:58 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised there was a male subject in a silver Kia possessed a DUI.
4:29 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised that a silver Hyundai was driving all over the roadway.
4:37 p.m.- Caller from Well Hollow in reference to his renters he had asked to leave.
5:50 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised female was in the back of the store in a dressing room possible attempting to steal clothing.
11:56 p.m.- Caller from Maple Street advised she needed to speak to an officer in reference to stolen bike.
Wednesday, Sept. 24
4:52 a.m.- Caller from Ponderosa Drive advised someone was stealing chairs. Caller advised there were chairs missing from the building.
8:32 a.m.- Caller from Greasy Creek advised there was a deer in the road. Caller advised that the deer was not dead, but it was not moving.
11:01 a.m.- Caller from Euclid Ave. advised that caller’s wallet was lost.
1:34 p.m.- Caller from Cherry Hill Lane advised water was coming from the meter and running across the road.
2:44 p.m.- Caller from Broadway advised there was a subject sitting in a green Chevy S10 extension cab. Caller advised it had been there since the morning and advised the subject was asleep.
5:00 p.m.- Caller from Save A Lot advised a white Cobalt/gold mini van advised female about took her door off.
6:16 p.m.-Caller from Rue21 advised male subject was driving around the parking lot. Caller advised the male subject threw her cell phone and keys onto Ky. Rt. 321.
7:12 p.m.- Caller from Citizens Bank in reference to finding a debit card in the ATM machine, and brought it to the police department.
8:46 p.m.- Caller from Verne Horne Drive advised a male subject had taken her ring and credit card.
Thursday, Sept. 25
12:32 a.m.- Caller from Buffalo Creek advised neighbor’s dog had been tearing up trash. Caller advised she was outside and one of the dogs tried to bite her.
1:04 a.m.- Caller from Venture Home in reference to a female resident yelling and trying to throw her roommate out.
7:47 a.m.- Caller from Middle Fork wanted to speak to someone about an address.
1:30 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302/1107 advised that a male subject was standing in the road holding a sign saying please help.
2:26 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1428 where a car stopped in the road holding up traffic.
4:27 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised there was a bunch of nails in the roadway.
Friday, Sept. 26
12:01 a.m.- Caller from Lincoln Ave. advised female subject won’t release her child into her custody.
9:14 a.m.- Caller from 8th Street advised something was wrong with her tire.
9:22 a.m.- Caller from Thelma advised caller called 911 for phone number to sheriff’s office.
9:45 a.m.- Caller from Rt. 40/William Henry Boulevard advised a two vehicle accident with no injury. Caller advised one lane of traffic was blocked.
12:55 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised vehicle was locked and there was a child inside the vehicle.
1:28 p.m.- Caller from Fiesta Place advised two female subjects were parked in front of the restaurant in a handicapped spot. Caller advised he thought this was ridiculous.
5:03 p.m.- Caller from Airport Trailer Park advised subjects were taking stuff off her porch and they were not supposed to be doing this. Caller requested an officer.
7:32 p.m.- Caller from 7th Street in reference to a complaint he had received and was out on foot.
9:20 p.m.- Caller from North Buckingham Avenue advised dark Chevy S10 pick-up driving slowly in an area advised the truck had a skull sticker on the back glass.
Saturday, Sept. 27
11:38 a.m.- Caller from Burnt Cabin Tower Road wanted to know how to get a hold of the sheriff’s office on the weekends.
3:57 p.m.- Caller from Ky Rt. 40 advised a blue pick up was driving past the spillway hauling a horse in the bed of the truck.
4:17 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised the passenger of a blue Jeep Liberty was throwing beer bottles out the window and hitting signs.
7:13 p.m.- Caller from Little Paint Creek advised a lot of traffic in area.
7:31 p.m.- Caller from James S. Trimble Boulevard advised female is irate because she does not have a ride home.
8:31 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised silver vehicle broke down by Wendy’s. Caller advised owners would pick it up.
Sunday, Sept. 28
9:32 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised someone damaged subject’s mailbox.
10:18 a.m.- Caller from Northgate Subdivision advised that there was a child on a 4-wheeler driving fast up and down the subdivision.
7:25 p.m.- Caller from Washington Avenue requested an officer to come to residence. Caller advised someone dropped a baby off on their porch.
9:52 p.m.- Caller from Hamilton Drive advised a prowler was around the residence. Caller advised someone was ringing the doorbell and running off.