Editor’s note: Taken from the Danville 911 records, the Police Blotter represents a history of the initial calls and the information used by the dispatcher to send officers to investigate complaints. It is not necessarily an indication of what the officer found upon arrival at the scene, or of how police may have dealt with the complaint.
2:36 a.m., a male is in the vending machine area at Comfort Suites who is refusing to leave and is cursing at the employee; subject may be intoxicated and left in a car heading toward Citation Drive; officer unable to locate suspect.
3:28 a.m., caller from Stevenson Avenue residence wants to speak to an officer about receiving threatening and harassing text messages from an ex-boyfriend; 3:41 a.m., officer contacted Frankfort Police Department and they advised they did not have any paperwork on either of the subjects.
8:08 a.m., vehicle stop near Medicine Shoppe; no citation written due to female being in labor.
10:20 a.m., report of a verbal altercation over a vehicle on North Sixth Street; this is a civil matter.
10:53 a.m., caller on Goggin Lane found a hunting knife in the yard that may be related to a stabbing; property retrieved.
12:45 p.m., caller from Holladay Square Apartments is being harassed by several people; there are several e-warrants on the caller.
12:53 p.m., report of a reckless driver in a black car on the south Danville bypass who is texting and driving; Lincoln County notified.
12:58 p.m., caller on Aldridge Lane believes a neighbor has stolen his dog.
1:12 p.m., two-vehicle accident at Third and Main streets.
2:17 p.m., report of an 8-year-old is in the road and citizens have stopped to help; assistance given; active local warrants on the father.
3:52 p.m., a 6-year-old child has returned home from father’s home and is claiming to have been sexually assaulted; request to take the child to the police department; Kentucky State Police notified.
4:10 p.m., caller from Locust Street said someone kicked in his back door within the past week.
4:30 p.m., caller from Chestnut Street residence had the door kicked in.
4:59 p.m., caller from Hustonville Road is reporting a stolen stereo and she thinks she knows who has it.
7:21 p.m., report of two abandoned dogs at vacant residence on Madison Avenue.
8:24 p.m., report of possible drug activity in the Ashley Way area; active meth lab; KSP requested; lab disposed.
8:31 p.m., caller from West Broadway residence is reporting a male in her vehicle who took off on foot toward Fourth Street.
9:30 p.m., report of a suspicious vehicle going in and out of Nichols Terrace.
11:20 p.m., report of five subjects walking on West Main Street yelling profanities at passing vehicles; unable to locate subjects.
3:21 a.m., caller’s 42-year-old son is having a mental breakdown and is walking around unclothed and refusing to speak or respond; assistance given.
3:39 a.m., officer is assisting with traffic control while work is being done to repair a water main break at Third and Smith streets.
6:23 a.m., complaint of dog on Sunset Drive outside barking for about three hours; officer unable to locate the owners.
10:56 a.m., Charleston Health Care is calling in a trespassing complaint; assistance given.
11:15 a.m., Giovanni’s Pizza is reporting it found a purse last night.
12:09 p.m., two-vehicle non-injury accident on Hustonville Road.
4:07 p.m., two-vehicle accident at Lexington and Maple Avenue.
5:44 p.m., caller from Pioneer Marathon on Stanford Road is reporting a suspicious male in the store warning she would be robbed; extra patrol requested.
6:31 p.m., caller on Lexington Road is advising a driver in a silver car using blue lights attempted to stop the caller; unable to locate suspect.
7:31 p.m., vehicle stop in Perryville; arrest made.
12:18 a.m., caller from Boyden Court residence is reporting that several juveniles in the area are causing problems; he ran them off of his property before they could do any damage; 12:24 a.m., officer out with a juvenile on a bike; 12:25 a.m., officer out with a group of juveniles; 12:27 a.m., officers out with the caller and are checking for criminal mischief on Boyden Court.
3:59 a.m., report that four males approached caller’s vehicle at Speedway asking for narcotics.
10:51 a.m., report of criminal mischief to caller’s vehicle on Benedict Drive.
12:59 p.m., two-vehicle non-injury accident on Hustonville Road.
2:14 p.m., two-vehicle accident on South Fourth Street.
3:08 p.m., report that a 52-year-old female may have overdosed; daughter is on scene and the males there will not let her talk to her mother and won’t tell her if her mother is breathing and conscious; assistance given and subject is OK.
3:12 p.m., caller from Burckley Drive advised that his license plate was stolen yesterday.
6:28 p.m., caller fro Autozone advised that a male was laying on the hill past Highland Court and has a bike lying beside him; caller can’t advise if the male is injured or possibly intoxicated; male is OK.
7:42 p.m., report of a suspicious male with binoculars is on Seminole Trail; officer advised that the subject was doing some type of neighborhood watch.
7:52 p.m., report that a suspicious male has been inside Family Dollar Store twice today and was acting strangely; he was last seen going behind the business; unable to locate subject; 9:15 p.m., alarm showing motion at Family Dollar Store; female on scene is advising she is locked inside and was the store manager.