Monday, June 30
12:13 a.m.- Caller from Taco Bell advised two male subjects and a female subject brandished a knife in the direction of an employee in the drive-thru and appeared to be under influence of alcohol while operating a white, four-door SUV.
1:34 p.m.- Caller from Bridge Street advised he would be shooting off fire crackers to “scare deer and stuff” from his garden.
3:21 p.m.- Caller from 6th Street advised ex-husband wanted to take son.
5:26 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised a subject in a black Grand Am drove away after stealing $66.50 in gasoline and was headed toward Meally.
5:48 p.m.- Caller from Mill Creek advised she wanted her son to leave.
5:59 p.m.- Caller from Indian Drive advised a subject on a black ATV was driving at a high rate of speed.
6:41 p.m.- Caller from Indian Drive referenced an earlier call and advised the subject operating the ATV was a female. Caller also advised the subject was going to hurt children because she was driving recklessly through neighbors’ property.
11:43 p.m.- Caller from Chet Tackett Hollow advised her husband had been drinking and was yelling at her in front of the children. Caller also advised husband left the residence on foot.
Tuesday, July 1
4:53 a.m.- Caller from Park Road advised a window was broken and an intruder could have been inside the house.
12:58 p.m.- Caller from Broadway advised someone tried to break into her apartment. Caller also advised scratch marks and a broken screwdriver were found on the other side of the door.
4:56 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised she had not heard from her cousin. Caller also advised her cousin had a stroke recently.
5:42 p.m.- Caller from Broadway advised someone stole $20 out of her wallet at the laundry mat.
9:06 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1596 advised she and her husband were arguing and her husband screamed and grabbed a gun.
9:45 p.m.- Caller from Washington Avenue advised subjects were shooting off fireworks that were landing in yards near residences.
10:56 p.m.- Caller from Pointview Court advised the manager of a business was mowing the lawn and keeping the children awake.
Wednesday, July 2
1:21 a.m.- Caller from Paintsville Lake Marina advised three female subjects were walking around, asking for cigarettes and carrying beer.
3:26 a.m.- Caller from Mill Branch Road advised a male subject in a nearby residence was yelling, cursing and threatening to shoot himself or the female subject in the residence.
10:38 a.m.- Caller from an unspecified, nearby pawn shop requested an officer be sent to the location because weedeater had been stolen and pawned.
4:11 p.m.- Caller from Clay Avenue advised a male subject tore down power lines with a cement truck.
7:17 p.m.- Caller from Mayfair Apartments advised an older male subject refused to allow her mother to visit her.
Thursday, July 3
7:20 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 3224 advised a male subject threw things at his dog, threw rocks at his wife and was cursing her. Caller also advised he owned an electric fence.
9:20 a.m.- Caller from Easy Street advised three dogs were travelling to her home from Arrowhead Estates and were tormenting her cat and scratching her garage door.
9:28 a.m.- Caller from Valero advised a male subject staggered out of a vehicle in what appeared to be a drunken state before pumping gasoline.
10:19 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 3 advised two large dogs were trying to bite people and “hurt her little dog.” Caller also advised the large dogs appeared to be starving.
9:50 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised a female subject was sitting on the ground in the middle of the parking lot.
Friday, July 4
10:04 a.m.- Caller from intersection between 12th Street and Washington Street advised the stop sign was missing.
3:26 p.m.- Caller from Goble Branch advised her sister-in-law was “running her mouth” and attacked her.
3:57 p.m.- Caller from plaza advised a male subject and a female subject hit one another and the male subject followed the female subject into a nearby store.
4:07 p.m.- Caller from post office advised a subject in a red Pontiac was spraying silly string.
9:10 p.m.- Caller from Sterling Castle Hollow advised her husband walked across roadway to “start trouble” with the neighbors.
9:29 p.m.- Caller from Rt. 40 advised several people were standing together and appeared to be under the influence of alcohol while shouting near the spillway.
11:17 p.m.- Caller from Elite Apartments advised subjects were shooting fireworks and hitting the building and vehicles.
11:36 p.m.- Caller near Elite Apartments advised a dumpster was on fire.
Saturday, July 5
12:03 a.m.- Caller from Paradise Manor advised subjects continuously knocked on door.
12:53 a.m.- Caller from Cherry Hill Lane advised subjects were shooting off fireworks.
4:01 a.m.- Caller from Middle Fork advised a neighbor was shooting a gun outside.
9:51 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised children were shooting off fireworks. Caller also advised he could not sleep as a result.
11:01 p.m.- Caller from Richmond Street advised children were shooting off fireworks. Caller also advised she could not sleep as a result.
Sunday, July 6
2:54 a.m.- Caller from Mayo Trail advised a male subject and a female subject were abusing child and subjects appeared to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
9:13 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 825 advised someone was shooting guns.
10:42 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1428 advised a male subject was in the store and swung his fist at an employee before leaving the establishment.
Monday, June 16
4:56 a.m.- Caller from Collins Drive advised a subject in a vehicle was unconscious in the middle of the road.
1:33 p.m.- Caller from Apple Tree Plaza advised a female subject in a grey vehicle was beating a child.
2:09 p.m.- Caller from Magoffin County advised her son was bipolar. Caller also advised her daughter-in-law called her crying.
3:28 p.m.- Caller from Ross Creek advised he was assaulted by his uncle.
5:07 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised a male subject entered store, directed profanity toward the people in the store and left.
9:20 p.m.- Caller from Fiesta Place advised a male subject was cursing him. Caller also requested information about his options in dealing with the situation.
10:28 p.m.- Caller from Mayo Trail advised a fight was taking place in the parking lot before realizing the group was just participating in a loud conversation.
Tuesday, June 17
1:25 a.m.- Caller from Ponderosa Drive advised a male subject was “messing with cable wires” on a building next to an office.
1:51 a.m.- Caller from Mayo Trail advised two subjects were walking around the store and were carrying backpacks.
8:21 a.m.- Caller from Walnut Avenue advised she woke to find an unidentified female’s purse and items scattered in her yard. Caller also advised she would bring purse to police station.
10:26 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised eight children in the Oil Springs area were walking east with backpacks.
1:29 p.m.- Caller from Witten Lane advised a dog wandered into her yard and the dog had foam flowing out of its nose. Caller also advised the dog was not aggressive after she captured the dog in a kennel.
6:12 p.m.- Caller from Hilton Hollow advised a male subject and a female subject were going from house to house asking for water. Caller also advised she refused to give them water.
8:28 p.m.- Caller from Walnut Avenue advised 48-year-old son was involved in an argument regarding money.
Wednesday, June 18
5:31 a.m.- Caller near Dairy Queen advised she could hear people walking around. Caller also advised that during a previous night, a male subject stuck his hand through her door.
5:35 a.m.- Caller from Burnt Cabin Tower Road advised a group of subjects must have heard a police car drive by because she heard a male subject say, “oh (profanity) she has called the cops again.”
7:06 a.m.- Caller near Dairy Queen advised a male subject stuck his hand through her air conditioner. Caller also advised she was moving back to Floyd County.
8:22 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised a “big metal sign” was in the middle of the road in curve just past Stapleton Branch.
5:10 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised a chicken hawk flew into the door with a snake in its mouth, dropped snake on the porch and flew away.
5:30 p.m.- Caller from Broadway Street advised neighbor’s dogs were “using the bathroom” on his porch. Caller also requested information regarding his legal rights.
9:15 p.m.- Caller near Dairy Queen advised she found a knife in the air conditioning unit.
11:31 p.m.- Caller from Boyd Branch advised subjects on scooters were driving up and down roadway and the subjects were possibly stealing gasoline.
Thursday, June 19
4:06 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised a tree appeared to be on fire.
4:20 p.m.- Caller from Dead Fall Branch advised two subjects were arguing and a gun was present.
7:01 p.m.- Caller from Paintsville Recreation Center advised a female subject was standing near a black vehicle and the subject was possibly under the influence.
7:59 p.m.- Caller from 8th Street advised a female subject flagged him down and told him her purse had been stolen.
8:44 p.m.- Caller from Mill Street called to direct profanity toward the 911 dispatcher.
Friday, June 20
12:51 a.m.- Caller from 3rd Street advised a female subject came to pick up an inmate that was being released and the female subject appeared to be under the influence of alcohol.
12:52 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised a male subject and a female subject were involved in a physical altercation.
1:51 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 3387 advised someone created a fire on the side of the roadway.
2:25 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised a transformer exploded and a power pole snapped.
6:42 p.m.- Caller from 6th Street advised a female subject was under the influence and was challenging others to engage in a fistfight.
8:49 p.m.- Caller from 6th Street advised a female subject and a male subject in the apartment were arguing. Caller also advised the situation appeared to be transforming into a physical altercation.
Saturday, June 21
7:50 a.m.- Caller from Walmart advised a female subject stole clothing, went outside and began changing clothes on the sidewalk in front of everyone. Caller also advised subject was changing clothes with force, as subject was “ripping the clothes off” and throwing the clothing down.
4:39 p.m.- Caller from Big Sandy Community and Technical College, Mayo campus advised a male subject was lying in front of a pop machine and was under the influence of alcohol.
6:39 p.m.- Caller from Pickle Fork advised two female subjects and two male subjects in a silver vehicle were throwing beer cans out of windows.
11:31 p.m.- Caller from Ross Branch advised neighbors were throwing home-made bottle bombs in the yard.
Sunday, June 22
3:58 a.m.- Caller from Perry Vanhoose Apartments advised a male subject was acting suspiciously, cursing, yelling, wearing all black and carrying a bag at the playground.
8:49 a.m.- Caller from Ramey Branch advised a pack of dogs terrorized the neighborhood and killed other dogs and goats.
11:35 a.m.- Caller from 7th Street advised someone stole her wallet from her vehicle.
4:13 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1092 advised she had been paying a male subject to store some of her items. Caller also advised she received word the subject donated her items to charity.
8:48 p.m.- Caller from Davis Branch advised a male subject gave his son something that “knocked him out.”
Monday, June 9
12:15 a.m.- Caller from Ponderosa Drive advised she wanted to know what could be done about her ex-husband coming and getting child.
8:21 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a beer truck lost several cases of beer on roadway going toward Walmart.
2:13 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised a male subject was attempting to walk to Auxier after sustaining injuries in fight with mother.
4:32 p.m.- Caller from 6th Street advised a female subject and a male subject were walking in area and directing profanity toward children.
6:00 p.m.- Caller from Madison Avenue advised daughter ran away from home.
11:32 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised several subjects were throwing water balloons.
Tuesday, June 10,
12:00 a.m.- Caller from Peebles advised subjects lit a garbage can on fire.
12:26 a.m.- Caller from Black Diamond Salloon advised a male subject and a female subject slashed his tire and left in a black truck.
1:39 a.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised subjects were throwing water balloons or eggs at vehicles in the area between Stafford and Frank Street.
1:02 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised her husband was “having problems” with a neighbor. Caller also advised husband’s tire had been flattened and taken off rim.
2:10 p.m.- Caller from Frank Vanhoose Branch advised neighbors’ dogs were defecating in her yard and dogs were “like pit bulls and should be tied up.”
4:04 p.m.- Caller from Hager Hill advised he went inside store to purchase a beverage and after returning to his vehicle, realized a pair of chaps had been stolen from his truck.
6:49 p.m.- Caller from Short Branch advised husband’s ex-girlfriend was calling and threatening her.
7:48 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised power lines behind her residence were on fire.
10:57 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised his ex-girlfriend was angry because a female friend was visiting his residence.
Wednesday, June 11
1:25 a.m.- Caller from 6th Street advised she was involved in an argument with boyfriend and he started breaking things in the apartment.
6:25 p.m.- Caller from downtown advised she was assaulted.
7:37 p.m.- Caller from Mill Street advised his electricity was off.
11:21 p.m.- Caller from Lincoln Avenue advised a female subject was at front door and was continuously ringing the doorbell.
Thursday, June 12
8:17 a.m.- Caller from U.S. 460 advised a subject in a white van was driving recklessly.
10:34 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1145 advised two hunting dogs were running loose and tried to bite a young girl.
1:23 p.m.- Caller from Mill Street advised a male subject was going to get liquor and threatened to hurt her.
2:29 p.m.- Caller from Rocky Knob Branch advised a male subject was involved in an altercation with an elderly man who needed the assistance of a wheelchair. Caller also advised the male subject was the elderly man’s son.
5:19 p.m.- Caller from Mill Street advised an altercation had taken place regarding $20.
7:12 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1092 advised a small calf was in roadway.
7:25 p.m.- Caller from Kite Hollow advised his son’s cousin was harassing caller’s daughter.
Friday, June 13
9:13 a.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised baby deer was sitting beside highway.
9:41 a.m.- Caller from Rocky Knob Branch advised a male subject was cursing and threatening to commit violent crimes as well as arson.
1:17 p.m.- Caller from Broadway Street advised a subject in a grey Ferrari was travelling approximately 90 miles per hour across Veterans’ Bridge.
1:23 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised a male subject and a female subject were fighting on side of roadway.
5:45 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 460 advised her boyfriend slammed the brake and caused her to receive a head injury.
9:41 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised two female subjects were fighting in the parking lot.
9:43 p.m.- Caller from plaza advised multiple subjects were operating vehicles recklessly.
Saturday, June 14
8:02 a.m.- Caller from Turner Branch advised two female subjects were locked out of vehicle and appeared to be under the influence of alcohol.
1:48 p.m.- Caller from Fairchild Lane advised someone with a female voice had promised to drop the interest rate on credit cards, but after the caller redialed the phone number, an older male subject answered the caller and “did not know anything about it.”
4:34 p.m.- Caller from Woodland Court advised neighbor’s dog would not stop barking.
9:25 p.m.- Caller from James S. Trimble Blvd. advised she was eating at a bar and a male subject vomited next to where she was eating.
9:50 p.m.- Caller from Hiram Reed Road advised methamphetamine precursor was found in caller’s barn.
Sunday, June 15
12:42 a.m.- Caller from Mayo Trail advised her purse was stolen from her car.
1:20 p.m.- Caller from city pool advised a male subject was “fixing to fight” with subjects near picnic tables.
1:24 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised a male subject was sitting on guardrail and “looked strange.”
6:29 p.m.- Caller from Lower Twin Branch advised subjects in trailer on hill were partying.
6:56 p.m.- Caller from unknown location advised her grandmother would not allow her to pick up her children.
Monday, June 2
2:00 a.m.- Caller from Railroad Street advised he was involved in an argument with his girlfriend four to five hours earlier and a machete was missing.
4:43 a.m.- Caller near Auto Brokers advised four children were unaccompanied by adults and were walking on the side of the road attempting to hitch a ride.
6:50 a.m.- Caller from Railroad Street referenced his earlier call and advised the female subject must have returned because the caller found the machete outside.
11:48 a.m.- Caller from Paradise Apartments advised he smelled something that could have been meth.
12:05 p.m.- Caller from an unknown location requested to speak to an officer in reference to a scam involving a house in Lexington. Caller said he sent $600 to the subject, but the subject would not return phone calls.
4:27 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised he went to residence to feed chickens and someone had poured gasoline on all of his buildings.
5:17 p.m.- Caller from Madison Avenue advised female subject was at the pool and threatened to “gut him.”
11:07 p.m.- Caller from Browns Fork advised neighbor was shooting her dog with a BB gun.
Tuesday, June 3
3:32 a.m.- Caller from Salyers Branch advised he argued with his wife and she was leaving.
4:08 a.m.- Caller from Court Street advised husband passed out but woke and did not want to go the emergency room.
1:31 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised a young female subject was unconscious in vehicle across from old IGA.
2:14 p.m.- Caller from an unknown location advised her family had a “peace bond” that included a no contact order with another family and a female subject in a gold mini-van was following her around town.
5:54 p.m.- Caller from an unknown location advised his wife took his credit card and charged it without his permission.
8:01 p.m.- Caller from Witten Lane advised subject in a maroon truck was speeding up and down road.
Wednesday, June 4
12:58 a.m.- Caller from Barnetts Creek advised female subject in a pink shirt was lying on side of road.
1:53 a.m.- Caller from Staves Branch advised a subject wearing blue jeans and a dark shirt broke into a truck and ran away on foot toward Rt. 40.
9:41 a.m.- Caller from Main Street advised group of people were stuck on elevator on first floor.
9:59 a.m.- Caller from Main Street advised a strange smell was coming from the area of the Johnson County Public Library.
12:02 p.m.- Caller from Main Street advised a horse was loose in area of Brookside Apartments.
12:07 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised male child, approximately 8 to 9 years old, was walking on side of road.
12:15 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised female subject had been sitting in a gold van for 30 minutes and was not responding to anyone.
12:21 p.m.- Caller from Maple Street advised she had been assaulted.
1:30 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 460 advised a subject driving black vehicle was driving recklessly and almost struck him twice because the subject was following too closely.
2:33 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 689 advised mother “went off on her all day” and threatened her, cursed her and threw things.
4:10 p.m.- Caller from the Paintsville water fountain advised one male subject and two female subjects were fighting.
Thursday, June 5
12:17 a.m.- Caller from Dead Fall Branch advised creek flooded and caused water to rush into yard.
12:39 a.m.- Caller from Daisy Street advised water was coming into his garage.
1:00 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised water covered roadway on Davis Branch.
1:07 a.m.- Caller from Stafford Cemetery advised mudslide caused roadway to be completely blocked.
1:14 a.m.- Caller from Millers Creek advised six inches of water was coming into residence.
3:41 a.m.- Caller from Fairchild Hill advised subjects were outside her window.
6:44 a.m.- Caller from Castle Fork advised tree was down on a line and blocking roadway near U.S. 23.
12:54 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1145 advised he could hear what sounded like a screaming child across the river.
6:09 p.m.- Caller from Mayo Trail advised he was assaulted by girlfriend. Caller also advised girlfriend left the scene and was headed toward McDonalds.
7:54 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised wife and child had an argument but everything was “10-4.”
9:21 p.m.- Caller from Broadway advised someone was throwing rotten meat in walkway.
10:22 p.m.- Caller from Mayo Trail advised one female subject and two male subjects were engaged in fisticuffs in the parking lot.
Friday, June 6
1:07 p.m.- Caller from Maple Street advised son assaulted her.
1:35 p.m.- Caller from Cross Creek 2 advised male subject was sitting in red car and randomly taking pictures in the area.
7:07 p.m.- Caller from Boyd Branch advised male subject came to residence and made threats, tried to break windows out and possessed a firearm.
8:36 p.m.- Caller from Stewart Road advised she attempted to get belongings out of residence and ex-boyfriend ripped her earring out.
10:48 p.m.- Caller from Highland Plaza Apartments advised a male subject who was evicted earlier that day, could be heard around the stairs and was shirtless.
Saturday, June 7
9:12 a.m.- Caller from Broadway advised male subject inside the store had possibly stolen her cell phone.
1:53 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 689 advised male subject in residence was intoxicated and threatened her.
2:18 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised two female subjects snorted pills in bathroom, left and were headed toward Louisa.
8:19 p.m.- Caller from City Park advised male subject urinated outside of Black Diamond Saloon, was under a shelter and had a bicycle.
Sunday, June 8
1:50 a.m.- Caller from West Van Lear advised 19-year-old male subject left residence in his underwear after trying to fight other people in the residence.
5:42 a.m.- Caller from Highland Plaza Apartments advised subjects in grey car were in the parking lot screaming her name.
10:13 a.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised he “could not stand his old lady anymore” and “needed help to shut her up.”
6:51 p.m.- Caller from Days Inn advised a female subject and a male subject were arguing and the female subject jumped into a car, backed into a work truck and took off running. Caller also advised male subject got in the vehicle and was headed toward 6th Street.
7:09 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised 3-year-old son locked himself in vehicle but child was safe.
Monday, May 26
7:59 a.m.- Caller from Ross Branch advised a male subject in a vehicle almost hit her and when the caller asked the male subject to slow down, the male subject cursed at her.
10:36 a.m.- Caller from Porter Elementary School advised his wife only possessed a permit and was out driving in a white vehicle with the caller’s infant child.
1:46 p.m.- Caller from Rule Branch advised a male subject in a silver vehicle appeared intoxicated and was driving up and down the street. Caller also advised the subject had pulled in the caller’s driveway and honked before attempting to turn around.
1:55 p.m.- Caller from Southside Lane advised two male subjects in a silver truck had been up and down Southside acting suspiciously as if they were looking for something.
7:48 p.m.- Caller from James S. Trimble Boulevard advised he had found two syringes inside one of the restrooms and needed assistance.
Tuesday, May 27
2:06 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised 15-year-old daughter left with 19-year-old boyfriend and advised the male subject was not going to bring her daughter back to residence.
9:23 a.m.- Caller from Apple Tree Plaza advised a female subject in a red vehicle pulled out from Johnson Central, crossed the center line and ran several drivers off of the road.
10:45 a.m.- Caller from Mayo Trail advised a male subject had threatened the caller and had been telling the caller what time he got off work and that he wanted to meet him later.
3:35 p.m.- Caller from Broadway advised her ex-boyfriend had kicked a dent in her car.
3:37 p.m.- Caller from Woodland Court advised a male subject was trying to kick and stomp a kitten and when a female subject stopped him, the male subject began shouting profanities.
6:56 p.m.- Caller from Short Branch advised loud, thumping music was playing in the area of Twin Hills.
Wednesday, May 28
12:12 p.m.- Caller from City National Bank advised a snake was under a customer’s vehicle.
2:55 p.m.- Caller from Boyd Branch advised a male subject was walking toward Pond Hollow and the subject was staggering all over the road.
6:42 p.m.- Caller from Highrise advised a male subject was running around on the sixth floor, knocking on doors and lying on the floor.
7:33 p.m.- Caller from Barker’s Mobile Homes advised subjects were cutting up vehicles and junking them.
9:40 p.m.- Caller from Right Fork Burchett Hollow advised a 36-year-old male subject fell and hit his head, but advised the subject did not want assistance.
Thursday, May 29
7:38 a.m.- Caller from Stafford Avenue advised someone tried to steal gas from her vehicle.
12:14 p.m.- Caller from 7th Street advised someone shot a BB gun and hit a window.
12:28 p.m.- Caller from Boyd Branch advised he saw footsteps going through his garden and found a gas can and a hose near his truck.
2:56 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised an 18-month-old child was locked in a car but was not crying.
5:11 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised her neighbor’s dogs were starving and aggressive.
5:37 p.m.- Caller from Sparks Branch advised a subject was shooting a gun near her residence.
5:44 p.m.- Caller from Chet Tackett Hollow advised neighbor was drinking and shooting guns.
6:08 p.m.- Caller from Rock City advised she struck a Paintsville Herald van and left note on window.
8:58 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised a male subject would not leave her alone and she and the male subject had been “arguing over another girl.” The caller also advised male subject choked and bit her.
9:21 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised neighbor was burning plastic.
9:36 p.m.- Caller from Paintsville Golf Course advised a few kids were arguing in the parking lot.
9:57 p.m.- Caller from park and playground area advised group of kids were walking around and yelling. The caller requested an officer patrol the area.
10:39 p.m.- Caller from Southside Lane advised no one was supposed to be in nearby house but the caller could hear people inside.
11:28 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1092 advised 10 cows were in roadway.
Friday, May 30
10:43 a.m.- Caller from plaza advised a subject in a red vehicle was “doing donuts” and driving recklessly.
12:12 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised a vehicle was parked in fire lane and subjects were setting up some sort of hot dog stand.
12:36 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised a male subject was passed out behind the wheel of a blue vehicle. The caller also advised the subject touched her inappropriately and appeared extremely under the influence.
1:03 p.m.- Caller from Starfire Hill advised a male subject was lying over guard rail.
9:54 p.m.- Caller from Burchett Hollow advised caller and her boyfriend had argued and child was at boyfriend’s mother’s residence. Caller also advised they were stopping her from getting her child.
Saturday, May 31
3:17 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1750 advised brother’s ex-girlfriend drove a tan vehicle by the residence, blew the car horn and yelled while possibly under the influence.
3:31 a.m.- Caller from Clay Avenue advised ex-boyfriend drove by residence, blew car horn and fired several gun shots.
7:40 a.m.- Caller from Greenrock Fork advised residence was fully engulfed in flames.
10:35 a.m.- Caller from Williams Branch advised a male subject told the caller he was going to “blow this place up.” The caller also advised the subject could be her neighbor.
1:16 p.m.- Caller from Mayo Trail advised female subject with short, blonde hair was staggering all over the sidewalk.
4:52 p.m.- Caller from Paintsville Lake advised a male subject wearing a white hat, blue shorts and a white A-shirt approached girls and spoke promiscuously.
7:05 p.m.- Caller from Hammond Road advised neighbor was drunk and was trying to fight grandson.
Sunday, June 1
12:05 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 appeared to be intoxicated and the caller advised she was going to visit the county attorney on Monday.
6:15 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 460 advised a male subject was lying beside roadway and was not moving.
7:19 p.m.- Caller from River View Apartments advised a man on a scooter was not allowed to be on the property, but the caller was also not sure if a ban order had been filed.
10:43 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 2039 referenced a house fire.