10:15 a.m. Drug paraphernalia. Pinecone Road S. A motorist was approaching an intersection and spotted what appeared to look like a purse/bag. The driver stopped to pick up the bag. Upon looking inside, the driver observed drug paraphernalia inside. The individual did not want it in their possession and brought the bag to the police department. A report was written, and surrounding agencies notified.
10:30 a.m. Dog. 16th Street. An officer was dispatched to a neighborhood for a dog at large. The complainant stated they typically can resolve the issue civilly, but it has continued. The officer spoke with the dog owner, told them to review city ordinances, gave a verbal warning and stated if the problem persists a citation will be given.
2:15 p.m. 11 hang-up. Brianna Drive. An officer was dispatched to a residence after dispatch received a 911 call but had no answer on the line. Upon arrival, an elderly individual was found having trouble breathing. Medics also responded.
9:45 p.m. Lift assist. Oak Pond Drive. A complainant called about a family member who had fallen and could not get up. An officer was dispatched to the residence. Upon arrival, the officer assisted the individual off the floor and verified they did not obtain any injuries. No medical assistance was needed.
3 p.m. Traffic stop. Roberts Road. An officer on patrol clocked a vehicle traveling above the posted speed limit. The officer made contact with the driver, discussed the infraction and issued a citation.
5:30 a.m. Medical. Eveningstar Court. An officer was dispatched to a residence after an individual had fallen downstairs and was bleeding from their head. The officer assisted the individual until Mayo medics arrived on scene.
4 p.m. Crash. Terry Lane/ First Street North. An officer was dispatched to a crash where a vehicle sideswiped a bus. No injuries. No tows needed. Photos were taken and a report was written. No further action needed.