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911 Reports
Monday, April 7
10:09 a.m. – Caller from Rt. 23/3 intersection advised a subject came into the store and stated a male subject and a female subject had been involved in an altercation.
10:53 a.m. – Call from Lincoln Ave. in reference to landlord had requested a subject be removed from premises.
11:49 a.m. – Caller from Caldwell Branch Road advised a red International coal truck was all over the roadway. Caller stated the truck had ran several drivers off the roadway.
12:20 p.m. – Caller from Sixth Street requested an officer contact her in reference to removing a female subject from the residence.
4:28 p.m. – Call from F. M. Stafford Ave. in reference to female subject had left the facility and was not supposed to.
7:12 p.m. – Call from F. M Stafford Ave. in reference to female subject had left the facility.
7:58 p.m. – Caller from Hyden Branch advised of receiving threatening text messages in reference to getting his girlfriend’s belongings.

Tuesday, April 8

7:13 a.m. –Caller from Music Branch advised his wife was leaving for work and a male subject was standing outside and advised he was needing a ride. Caller stated that when his wife was in her vehicle the subject began beating on her window.
7:59 a.m. – Caller from Highland Plaza requested an officer in reference to a male subject keeps cussing him and had made threats toward him.
9:45 a.m. – Caller requested an officer in reference to his pop machine had been broken into. Caller stated he needed to file a report.
11:27 a.m. – Caller from Broadway requested an officer in reference to his pop machine had been broken into. Caller stated he needed to file a report.
12:26 p.m. – Female caller from Industrial Park requested an officer in reference to having a subject removed from the residence. Caller stated the subject had destroyed the residence.
1:28 p.m. – Caller from Ponderosa Drive advised she loaned a table to a male subject and he was refusing to give it back now that she had a place to put it.
13:31 p.m. – Caller from Ponderosa Drive advised a female subject was at her residence and wanted a table back that was given to her by female’s son. Caller stated the female subject wouldn’t leave.
2 p.m. – Caller from Martin Childers Drive advised a friend of his lives at this apartment and her ex-boyfriend was there. Caller stated she sent him a text stating HELP 911. Caller stated the boyfriend wasn’t supposed to be around female subject.
2:34 p.m. – Female caller from James S. Trimble Blvd. advised they have a female subject in the ER. Caller stated the subject advised she had been in an altercation, but didn’t want to talk to any officer.
5:08 p.m. – Call from Webb Hollow requested a male subject and a female subject be removed from the premises.
7:22 p.m. – Caller from Walnut Avenue advised his vehicle had been broken into and the interior had been cut up.
9:19 p.m. – Caller from Bobs Branch advised her son was intoxicated and trying to cause problems. Caller stated she wanted him removed from the residence.
10:11 p.m. – Caller from Euclid Avenue requested to speak to an officer in reference to a male subject had stolen money out of her vehicle.

Wednesday, April 9

6:48 p.m. – Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised she and her husband were fighting. Caller stated she wanted him removed before it got physical.

Thursday, April 10

11:43 a.m. – Caller from Dawkins Avenue advised a garbage bag was found with what looks like meth stuff in it.
12:59 p.m. – Caller from U. S. Rt. 23 advised a driver was hauling rocks in a trailer and a rock came off and busted the window of their vehicle.

Friday, April 11

11:29 a.m. – Caller from Court Street advised a 27-year-old female subject was sitting on a bench. Caller stated the subject was unresponsive and had slurred speech.
5:03 p.m. – Caller from Rt. 321 advised a female subject was standing on the edge of the roadway crying.
7:19 p.m. – Caller from Lincoln Avenue advised a male subject was at the door and wanted inside. Caller advised the subject had been drinking and caller didn’t want him at the residence.
9:25 p.m. – Caller on U.S. 23 advised a driver in a white extended cab truck was chasing a driver in a Ford Expedition. Caller stated the drivers were arguing earlier at the gas station.
11:30 p.m. – Caller from Black Diamond requested an officer to make contact with the bar in reference to getting some of the patrons to quiet down.
10:36 p.m. – Caller from Lindy Branch advised the neighbor up the hollow was playing music loud. Caller requested a unit to patrol the area.

Saturday, April 12

6:03 a.m. – Caller from Tractor Supply advised a male subject was around the gated area of the store. Caller stated the subject was loading items into the back of a truck.
10:30 a.m. – Caller from F. M. Stafford Avenue advised subjects were outside fighting.
12:47 p.m. – Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised her mother’s husband struck her in the face.
6:03 p.m. – Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 requested a deputy to make contact with him in reference to a possible drunk driver.
6:10 p.m. – Call from Little Mud Lick Fork in reference to several shots fired in the area.
7:55 p.m. – Caller from Ky. Rt. 580 requested an officer in reference to neighbors having a party and playing their music loud.

Sunday, April 13

12:59 a.m. – Caller from McDonalds drive-thru advised a male subject in a blue Ford truck got out of his vehicle and urinated on a door of the building.
7:17 p.m. – Caller from Ky. Rt. 1092 requested a deputy in reference to subjects were shooting guns on land that doesn’t belong to caller.
10:06 p.m. – Caller requested extra patrol in reference to heavy traffic on the road at all hours of the day and night.
11:48 p.m. – Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised her brother had been drinking and was trying to start trouble. Caller wanted him removed from the residence.


911 Reports
Monday, March 31
12:16 a.m.- Caller from Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center advised a male subject came in and said his girlfriend assaulted him.
10:30 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 advised of a single vehicle accident with injuries.
11:26 a.m.- Caller from Tropical Isle advised a male and a female subject were involved in a domestic.
12:08 p.m.- Caller from Bee Branch advised their neighbors were being loud.
12:12 p.m.- Caller from Paintsville High School Football Field advised a male subject struck a female subject in the head two-three times.
2:23 p.m.- Caller from England Drive advised the hillside was on fire.
4:45 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised subjects were on her property and wouldn’t leave.
5:27 p.m.- Caller from Millers Creek advised a male subjects rode through his yard on a four wheeler.
6:39 p.m.- Caller from Dicey Fork advised his wife came to the residence, took his truck, and tried to run him over. Caller said she was possibly under the influence.
11:18 p.m.- Caller from Little Lick Fork advised they heard some dogs barking and some gun shots.

Tuesday, April 1

2:56 a.m.- Caller from Clay Avenue advised someone had been outside walking around their residence.
9:36 a.m.- Caller from Watts Branch advised someone broke into his house and stole items. Caller said they also broke into his truck and stole a 2-way radio.
10:20 a.m.- Caller from Rock City Plaza advised of a hit and run.
10:36 a.m.- Caller from Broadway advised they had someone try to steal from their register.
11:13 a.m.- Caller from Bee Branch advised a female subject had been threatening a male subject.
12:26 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1092 advised a tree had fallen down blocking a lane of traffic.
1:19 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised of a possible domestic. Caller said they heard yelling and doors slamming.
4:02 p.m.- Caller from Flat Gap School advised there was a Rottweiler loose in the area.
4:47 p.m.- Caller from Apple Street advised they heard an explosion then lost power.
4:55 p.m.- Caller from K-Mart advised a female subject swatted a child with a fly swat.
6:37 p.m.- Caller from Hyden Branch advised a male subject had been threatening her and her kids.
7:26 p.m.- Caller from Middle Fork advised two male subjects were fighting in the roadway.
8:17 p.m.- Caller from Southside Lane advised a subject was taking items out of her apartment.
9:25 p.m.- Caller from Mayfair Apartments advised a male and female subject had been arguing.
9:40 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised an injured deer was in the roadway.

Wednesday, April 2

1:23 a.m.- Caller from Rush Fork Lane advised they wanted their grandaughter’s boyfriend removed from their residence.
8:31 a.m.- Caller from Tractor Supply advised someone had stolen a push mower.
12:08 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised someone stole the lug nuts off her husband’s truck.
12:49 p.m.- Caller from City Bank advised subjects were asleep in their vehicle in the drive-thru.
2:57 p.m.- Caller from Barber Branch advised someone was burning trash to the right of their residence.
3:12 p.m.- Caller from Southside Lane advised of a fight in progress.
3:32 p.m.- Caller from Homestead Lane advised a male subject came to his residence and stole all his tools, a set of car ramps, and a black tool box full of tools.
3:58 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised the neighbors had been outside shooting guns.
4:55 p.m.- Caller from Broad Street advised of a hit and run.
5:15 p.m.- Caller from Johnson Branch advised two boys on dirt bikes were traveling at a high rate of speed down the roadway.
5:38 p.m.- Caller from Greentown advised shots had been fired from a large caliber gun.
7:19 p.m.- Caller from Woodland Court advised teenagers were throwing rocks.
7:56 p.m.- Caller from Woodland Court advised juveniles were throwing rocks.

Thursday, April 3

10:37 a.m.- Caller from Oaklawn Estates advised of a natural gas leak.
11:30 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 825 advised a goat was in the roadway.
4:45 p.m.- Caller from Tractor Supply advised two male subjects had been fighting in the parking lot.
5:05 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 advised a large tree was across the roadway.
5:09 p.m.- Caller from Sitka advised a tree had fallen in the roadway.
5:15 p.m.- Caller from Preston Estates advised a transformer was on fire.
5:53 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1596 advised the storm pulled her roof away from her porch and a pole, with exposed wires, was leaning.
6:09 p.m.- Caller from Davis Branch advised a tree had fallen across the roadway.
6:33 p.m.- Caller from Whitehouse Road advised a telephone line was down in the roadway.
7:26 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 993 advised lightning hit a tree and a limb landed on a line. Caller said it was sparking and smoking.
7:47 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised there was water across the roadway.

Friday, April 4

12:55 a.m.- Caller from Hammond Road advised there was a low line.
1:33 a.m.- Caller from Woodland Court advised her landlord was kicking her out for no reason and wouldn’t return her money.
4:10 a.m.- Caller from Mill Branch Road advised subjects were playing loud music and hammering.
10:19 a.m.- Caller from James S. Trimble Boulevard advised of a two vehicle accident.
11:32 a.m.- Caller from Clay Avenue advised someone broke into their trailer.
11:35 a.m.- Caller from Butcher Hollow advised part of the roadway was washed out.
11:44 a.m.- Caller from Paul B. Hall advised of a hit and run.
12:27 p.m.- Caller from Hurricane Branch advised a female subject was in the roadway trying to sell pills.
5:09 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised of a single vehicle accident with injuries. Caller said a vehicle was on its side in the ditch.
5:24 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised eight cars were parked in the fire lane.
6:24 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised a subject at a residence is a registered sex offender and they saw two young girls at the residence.
6:59 p.m.- Caller from Boyd Branch advised the neighbor’s dogs killed his ducks.
7:03 p.m.- Caller from Indian Drive advised kids on a four-wheel were on private property.
8:41 p.m.- Caller from Paradise Apartments advised they put their garbage in the dumpster and the neighbor took it in their house. Caller said there were bank statements in the trash.
9:42 p.m.- Caller from Mayo Plaza advised two female subjects were fighting in the plaza.
10:17 p.m.- Caller from K-Mart advised two female subjects were fighting in the parking lot.
11:56 p.m.- Caller from Highlands Apartments advised the subjects above them were running a loud generator.

Saturday, April 5

1:21 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised she got into an argument with her husband and he grabbed her. Caller said she stabbed him with a kitchen knife in the leg.
3:59 a.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised a suspicious male subject was walking around the area and the dogs ran him off.
6:52 a.m.- Caller from Butcher Hollow advised a vehicle was in the creek.
11:41 a.m.- Caller from Horse Picture Branch advised several dogs had been shot in the area.
12:13 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised of a water leak.
3:54 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised a gas line had ruptured in the creek.
5:38 p.m.- Caller from Boyd Branch advised the neighbor’s dogs were chasing kids.
7:26 p.m.- Caller from Third Street advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
11:13 p.m.- Caller from Ponderosa Steakhouse advised her purse was stolen from their vehicle.

Sunday, April 6

6:12 a.m.- Caller from Paintsville Wood Products advised a vehicle had been parked there with the lights on since 3:30 a.m.
10:21 a.m.- Caller from Sparetime Bowling Alley advised her purse was stolen the previous date.
1:42 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised her friend had been in a domestic the night before.
2:08 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised of a brush fire.
2:54 p.m.- Caller from Lower Twin Branch advised of a house fire.
3:21 p.m.- Caller from Stewart Road advised subjects were burning brush on both sides of the road.
4:05 p.m.- Caller from Pricetown Road advised she was upset because CSX wouldn’t move their train and she had groceries.


911 Reports
Monday, March 24
12:28 a.m.- Caller from Holbrook Branch advised she went to pick up some belongings from a residence and her brother tried to start a fight.
12:44 a.m.- Caller from Bob’s Branch advised some juveniles were on the hill behind their residence shining a laser light.
1:22 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 689 advised there were two male subjects in the area walking toward the lake.
7:48 a.m.- Caller from Boyd Branch advised a male subject had been walking in front of vehicles and acting “spaced” out.
9:14 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 2381 advised someone bought the property next door and he had stakes marking the property line. Caller said someone pulled up the stakes.
12:05 p.m.- Caller from West Van Lear Post Office advised the post master was refusing to give their mail to them.
12:32 p.m.- Caller from Fiesta Place advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
12:48 p.m.- Caller from Rite Aid advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
6:45 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a male subject and a female subject were staggering in and out of traffic.
8:09 p.m.- Caller from Middle Fork advised subjects on dirt bikes were driving recklessly and didn’t have head lights.
8:17 p.m.- Caller from Stone Coal Road advised a fire was going up the hill and they didn’t know if it was close to a residence.
9:18 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 825 advised a vehicle tore her mailbox down.
11:17 p.m.- Caller from Sixth Street advised their residence had been broken into and multiple items were stolen.
11:59 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1750 advised a brush fire was getting close to their residence.

Tuesday, March 25

7:42 a.m.- Caller from Abbott Mountain Road advised there was a fire behind some houses.
10:14 a.m.- Caller from Margaret Heights advised her son was supposed to be at work at 4 a.m. and he didn’t show up. Caller requested a welfare check.
1:46 p.m.- Caller from Vanover Branch advised her lawn mower was stolen out of her neighbor’s yard.
2:15 p.m.- Caller from Main Street advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
2:31 p.m.- Caller from Greentown advised gas was spewing from the switch over on the tracks around the Greentown Loop.
5:08 p.m.- Caller from Lower Twin Branch advised her son was at their residence trying to assault her father.
5:29 p.m.- Caller from South Mayo Trail advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
7:05 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 2040 advised his soon-to-be-ex came to his residence and took money out of his wallet, keys, and left in a vehicle.
7:32 p.m.- Caller from Middle Fork advised aggressive dogs were running around in the area.
10:11 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 580 advised their garage was on fire.
10:49 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1559 advised the neighbor’s dog was loose and it still had the chain on it.

Wednesday, March 26

3:06 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised her husband held her down and put a knife to her throat.
9:35 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised of a two vehicle accident with injuries.
9:38 a.m.- Caller from Johnson Branch advised his dad had been involved in a wreck in front of the Senior Citizens Center.
11:59 a.m.- Caller from Mill Branch Road advised of a fight in progress.
2:50 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised they had a shoplifter in custody.
2:50 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised of a hit and run.
4:14 p.m.- Caller from Minix Optical advised her mother was following her trying to fight.
5:40 p.m.- Caller from Puncheon Creek advised a subject was calling who was not supposed to be.
6:17 p.m.- Caller from South Mayo Trail advised his son had been trying to run away.

Thursday, March 27

12:13 a.m.- Caller from Venture Home Again advised a female subject was yelling and screaming.
12:19 p.m.- Caller from Hidden Valley Road advised there was a red truck in the area that looked like the truck on the news that stole a trailer.
3:14 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised a piece of metal was in the roadway.
3:14 p.m.- Caller from Greentown Trailer Park advised a female subject smacked the side of a vehicle and shot a gun up in the air.
4:11 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
4:46 p.m.- Caller from August Circle Road advised a male subject was under the influence and was very hostile. Caller said he had hit her daughter earlier.
5:38 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised two small boys were jumping in front of trains in the area.
6:05 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised juveniles were shooting BB guns at a house.
7:01 p.m.- Caller from Maple Street advised the hinges had been pried off of their garage door.
7:14 p.m.- Caller from Southside Lane advised he was going to do some remodeling on a property he owns that no one is living on and found a possible meth lab.
7:23 p.m.- Caller from K-Mart advised they had a shoplifter in custody.
8:22 p.m.- Caller from Mayo Plaza advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
9:32 p.m.- Caller from Pineview Lane advised two male subjects were making threats to shoot each other.

Friday, March 28

12:32 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
1:20 p.m.- Caller from Webb Hollow advised a vehicle was in the ditch on its side.
1:47 p.m.- Caller from Mill Street advised two male subjects and one female subject were in the middle of the street. Caller advised they had also been throwing items out of a vehicle on to the roadway.
2:02 p.m.- Caller from 12th Street advised a male subject was in the area asking for money for gas and other items.
2:03 p.m.- Caller from Wendy’s advised of a fight in progress.
4:34 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
6:24 p.m.- Caller from Cannel Coal Gap advised of a two vehicle accident with injuries.
11:12 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised the neighbor’s dog was constantly barking.
11:19 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised their water heater was on fire.
11:34 p.m.- Caller from Sixth Street advised subjects were being extremely loud.

Saturday, March 29

1:09 a.m.- Caller from Lower Street advised their neighbor’s music was really loud.
2:21 a.m.- Caller from Lower Street advised a male subject and a female subject were outside arguing.
4:34 a.m.- Caller from Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center advised a male subject advised he had been assaulted at his residence and was cut with a razor.
9:42 a.m.- Caller from Mill Branch Road advised they wanted four people removed from their residence.
10:15 a.m.- Caller from IGA advised they found several syringes and needles behind the building.
2:29 p.m.- Caller from Third Street advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
3:20 p.m.- Caller from Oaklawn Drive advised of a residential fire.
3:39 p.m.- Caller from Upper Street advised she was going to break into the jail so she could get some sleep.
5:03 p.m.- Caller from Big Sandy Regional Detention Center advised of a hit and run.
5:24 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised they had a female shoplifter in custody.
5:27 p.m.- Caller from BP advised a subject in a white Chevy drove off without paying for $32 in gas.
8:28 p.m.- Caller from Maple Street advised their 16-year-old son had been assaulted.
8:50 p.m.- Caller from Mill Street advised a male subject stole items from her.
10:24 p.m.- Caller from Stafford Cemetery Drive advised her boyfriend assaulted her.
11:45 p.m.- Caller from Main Street advised her 18-year-old son had been arguing with her all weekend.

Sunday, March 30

12:38 a.m.- Caller from Buffalo Creek advised her cousin’s boyfriend was arguing with her and had a knife out.
3:09 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised subjects brought back merchandise that had been stolen.
3:36 p.m.- Caller from Old School House Branch advised two male subjects were on the railroad tracks.
4:26 p.m.- Caller from Apple Street advised subjects on a four-wheeler were doing wheelies and speeding.
7:38 p.m.- Caller from Bob’s Branch advised a male subject under the influence was jumping on everyone.
7:50 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised two large rocks were in the roadway.


911 Reports
Monday, March 17
2:15 a.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised a male subject appeared to be under the influence in their store.
4:49 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a vehicle went off the roadway into the hill.
7:25 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a subject in a black Tahoe hit the guardrail.
3:12 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 3 advised an elderly couple were having trouble with goats in their yard.
4:32 p.m.- Caller from Walnut Avenue advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
5:56 p.m.- Caller from Lincoln Avenue advised a male subject was walking in and out of traffic.
8:02 p.m.- Caller from Ward Road advised of a residential fire. Caller said everyone was out, but the trailer was completely involved.
10:54 p.m.- Caller from Little Mudlick Road advised of a single vehicle accident without injuries.

Tuesday, March 18

12:26 a.m.- Caller from Pineview Lane advised the door to their vehicle was open and items may be missing.
1:42 a.m.- Caller from Lower Twin Branch advised their residence had been broken into and several guns were missing.
5:55 a.m.- Caller from Venture Home Again advised a male subject made sexual threats towards another resident.
7:21 a.m.- Caller from Jefferson Avenue advised a car was shining their lights into their bedroom windows and had loud music playing.
8:40 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a deer was in the roadway.
1:29 p.m.- Caller from Buell Williams Drive advised a tree fell across the roadway and some powerlines were torn down.
2:19 p.m.- Caller from South Mayo Trail advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
2:20 p.m.- Caller from Bridge Street advised someone used her credit card.
2:40 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised a goat was almost in the roadway.
4:46 p.m.- Caller from Big Sandy Super Store advised a group of juveniles built a fire in the parking lot and were standing around it.
5:54 p.m.- Caller from Cherokee Drive advised a dog had been running loose in the area and growling at children.
6:27 p.m.- Caller from Mill Creek advised they found a safe in the creek.
6:59 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
9:07 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised a deer was in the middle of the roadway.
10:34 p.m.- Caller from Mill Street advised a male subject had been walking up and down the roadway without pants on.

Wednesday, March 19

4:37 a.m.- Caller from U.S. 460 advised a deer was laying on the side of the roadway.
7:43 a.m.- Caller from Stafford Cemetery Drive advised of a single vehicle accident without injuries.
9:02 a.m.- Caller from Rule Branch advised there was a llama loose on his property.
11:12 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1437 advised someone had been stealing gas off of him.
12:46 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a male subject hit the rock cliff.
1:55 p.m.- Caller from Vanover Branch advised a female subject came to his residence and assaulted him.
2:59 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised of an accident without injuries. Caller said a tractor trailer went over in the ditch.
3:40 p.m.- Caller from Mill Branch Road advised their nephew came to their residence with a gun trying to start trouble.
5:40 p.m.- Caller from Fox Hunters Ridge advised that a female subject stole her phone.
5:51 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1750 advised his brother-in-law stole his son’s ADHD medication.
8:45 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised he had hit a deer.
8:47 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised they had a female shoplifter in custody.
11:44 p.m.- Caller from Williams Branch advised the subjects in one of the apartments were making loud noises. Caller said they had been evicted and it sounded like they were tearing the apartment up.

Thursday, March 20

1:13 a.m.- Caller from Shady Lane advised a coal truck had been parking on a curve that has a sign stating no parking.
2:40 a.m.- Caller from Mill Street advised a male and a female subject were fighting at a residence. Caller said the male subject busted out a window.
9:27 a.m.- Caller from Blair Road advised the neighbor had been shooting his pool and flower pot.
12:46 p.m.- Caller from K-Mart advised they had a male shoplifter in the store.
1:10 p.m.- Caller from Third Street advised the Magoffin County jailer brought in a male subject and as he was pulling in the male took off on foot running toward U.S. 23.
1:47 p.m.- Caller from Dicey Fork advised a big yellow dog came to his residence earlier in the week and had been jumping on his wife and bothering his horses.
4:06 p.m.- Caller from Maple Street advised subjects in a white Ford were dumping garbage all over the area.
4:32 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised of an accident without injuries.
6:04 p.m.- Caller from Washington Avenue advised several vehicles were parked in front of their house and loud music was coming from the new gym.
6:23 p.m.- Caller from Blair Road advised a subject threatened them with a knife.
7:01 p.m.- Caller from Paintsville Softball Field advised the door to their vehicle was left open and their wallet was stolen.
11:27 p.m.- Caller from Lower Street advised there was loud music coming from one of the trailers.
11:40 p.m.- Caller from Upper Street advised their niece let a male subject into their residence and the male stole tablets, a PC, and medication.

Friday, March 21

1:53 p.m.- Caller from K-Mart advised they had a male shoplifter in custody.
3:33 p.m.- Caller from Eighth Street advised of an accident without injuries.
4:03 p.m.- Caller from Food City advised of an accident without injuries.
4:20 p.m.- Caller from Broadway advised they had a shoplifter in their store.
4:20 p.m.- Caller from Chestnut Road advised a brush fire was getting close to their residence and a power pole.
4:40 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 2040 advised he caught subjects in his house. Caller said they were pinned up in his closet and wouldn’t come out.
6:46 p.m.- Caller from Kite Hollow advised his ex came over to visit their kids and she had been ranting. Caller said they asked her to leave.
7:05 p.m.- Caller from Depot Road advised they returned to their residence and the door had been kicked in. Caller said their tablet was missing.
8:16 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 3 advised there were goats in her yard eating her flowers.
9:00 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised several teenagers had been playing baseball in the store and riding wheel chairs in the parking lot.
10:37 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised a power pole was on fire and sparking.
11:20 p.m.- Caller from Cross Creek advised it sounded like someone was fighting in the area.
11:39 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 3 advised several vehicles were on the side of the roadway and it looked like they were racing.
11:57 p.m.- Caller from Black Diamond Saloon advised of a fight in progress.

Saturday, March 22

7:24 a.m.- Caller from Sixth Street advised someone egged his vehicle.
11:09 a.m.- Caller from Martin Childers Drive advised he found a syringe in his yard.
11:45 a.m.- Caller from Martin Childers Drive advised their window was busted and the screen was torn out.
1:39 p.m.- Caller from Sixth Street advised her vehicle had been egged.
2:27 p.m.- Caller from VIP Fuels advised a subject in a silver F150 drove off with $15.47 in gas.
2:29 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 3 advised goats were in their yard destroying their property.
3:10 p.m.- Caller from FM Stafford Avenue advised two female subjects were in an altercation. Caller said one subject has injuries.
4:17 p.m.- Caller from Tackett Branch advised of a brush fire.
8:39 p.m.- Caller from Maple Street advised power was out in the area.
8:45 p.m.- Caller from Court Street advised of an accident without injuries.
10:57 p.m.- Caller from Silk Stocking Road advised dogs wouldn’t let her out of her yard.
11:49 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 689 advised she wants her mailbox finger printed because someone put a fruit basket in it and she thinks they are trying to get at her.

Sunday, March 23

4:38 a.m.- Caller from Joe’s Creek advised her ex-husband had been outside beating on the windows trying to get her to come outside.
6:26 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 645 advised his Jeep had caught fire.
12:35 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 689 advised of a brush fire close to a home.
12:48 p.m.- Caller from North Buckingham Avenue advised a small boy was riding a dirt bike at a high rate of speed.
2:27 p.m.- Caller from Spring Knob Road advised of a single vehicle accident with injuries.
5:17 p.m.- Caller from Wolfpen Branch advised a male subject struck a female subject.



911 Reports
Monday, March 10
6:26 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1750 advised there was a tree laying over the roadway and the only thing holding it up was some power lines.
8:17 a.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
9:26 a.m.- Caller from Middle Fork advised of a single vehicle accident with injuries.
1:32 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised a male subject left his truck running. Caller said it jumped into gear and ran through his fence.
4:07 p.m.- Caller from Lincoln Avenue advised they had been receiving threatening phone calls from a male subject.
4:18 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 advised a tree was in the roadway.
4:45 p.m.- Caller from James S. Trimble Boulevard advised a male subject had been threatening to kick everyone there.
5:19 p.m.- Caller from Southside Lane advised her aunt was at the residence and had been threatening her.
5:22 p.m.- Caller from Apple Street advised there were two female subjects who came to her door and threatened to fight her daughter.
6:35 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 172 advised of a motorcycle accident with injuries.

Tuesday, March 11

1:15 a.m.- Caller from Mayo Plaza advised a male subject was following her around Mayo Plaza.
8:35 a.m.- Caller from VIP Fuels advised a female subject hit the front of his vehicle.
10:50 a.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised a male subject in a red truck went the wrong way on the off ramp on U.S. 23.
2:07 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised there was a tire in the roadway.
3:43 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised there was a tire in the roadway.
4:36 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised a brush fire was getting too close to her house.
5:02 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 2381 advised a brush fire was on top of the ridge close to a residence.
9:18 p.m.- Caller from James Bayes Road advised that a male subject was in her yard wanting to fight her family. Caller said the male subject had a knife.

Wednesday, March 12

7:34 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised he had hit a deer.
12:44 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised there was a tree in the roadway.
1:09 p.m.- Caller from Hitchcock Loop advised a power pole was on fire.
2:32 p.m.- Caller from Brown Street advised the power pole was shooting sparks.
3:07 p.m.- Caller from Auxier Avenue advised a power line was down between Laurel and Auxier Avenue.
6:49 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 825 advised she was stuck between two downed power lines.

Thursday, March 13

6:15 a.m.- Caller from Venture Home Again advised two male residents were trying to fight.
7:41 a.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised they hit someone in the parking lot.
9:59 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1428 advised of a gas drive off. Caller said a person in a white SUV drove off with $55.01 in gas.
12:22 p.m.- Caller from Greentown Lane advised a male subject was there to get his stuff and he destroyed the house.
2:21 p.m.- Caller from Walmart advised they had a male shoplifter in custody.
3:31 p.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised someone stole the tire valve caps off their truck.
4:07 p.m.- Caller from Apple Street advised a utility trailer had been stolen from their front yard.
4:39 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised a female subject possibly stole items and left in a green car.
5:35 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
6:08 p.m.- Caller from Holbrook Branch advised a tree fell across a line and caught his TV on fire.
8:27 p.m.- Caller from Third Street advised the power pole fell and the wires were on the ground but the power was still on.

Friday, March 14

12:39 a.m.- Caller from Jefferson Avenue advised a male subject was throwing glass bottles out of a door.
1:01 a.m.- Caller from Preston Estates advised it sounded like someone was outside the residence possibly trying to break a window.
9:31 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 advised they found a bag with a bunch of pills and bottles in it.
12:55 p.m.- Caller from Rock City Plaza advised a red Pit Bull was running loose in the area.
3:05 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
6:28 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised someone stole money off of them.
7:51 p.m.- Caller from Depot Road advised someone flattened her tires.
8:14 p.m.- Caller from Hidden Valley Road advised three subjects were trying to get into the neighbor’s apartment. Caller said they weren’t supposed to be on the property.
8:25 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1107 advised his vehicle had been stolen.
10:29 p.m.- Caller from Court Street advised a juvenile was throwing toilet paper in yards.
11:03 p.m.- Caller from Fourth Street advised a male subject in a white Challenger was throwing toilet paper at people’s residences.

Saturday, March 15

2:55 a.m.- Caller from Broadway advised a neighbor was at the door and possibly had a shot gun.
3:13 a.m.- Caller from Riceville advised their daughter had been assaulted.
11:51 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised of an accident without injuries.
12:07 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised of an accident without injuries. Caller said the driver hit a deer.
2:07 p.m.- Caller from Fazzoli’s advised a subject left a dog in their vehicle.
4:28 p.m.- Caller from Ashley Drive advised someone stole her purse when she was in the self check out line.
4:40 p.m.- Caller from Sycamore Creek advised a brush fire was close to their residence.
7:22 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised they heard several loud booms and gun fire.
8:56 p.m.- Caller from 2 Mile Hill advised several vehicle were parked in the roadway holding up traffic.
10:26 p.m.- Caller from J.B’s Sports Lounge advised four or five people were arguing in the bar.

Sunday, March 16

12:47 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised of a brush fire.
6:29 a.m.- Caller from Main Camp Branch advised the hill side was possibly on fire.
7:32 a.m.- Caller from Maple Street advised her vehicle was stolen by her ex-husband.
9:38 a.m.- Caller from Airport Road advised someone had tried to break into her residence.
1:04 p.m.- Caller from Main Street advised there was a Pit Bull in the area.
3:07 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 825 advised of a single vehicle accident without injuries.
5:28 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised a vehicle slid into the ditch.
5:58 p.m.- Caller from Goble Branch advised a female subject vandalized his residence when she came to pick up her stuff.
9:51 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a vehicle slid off the roadway.



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