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.
7:48 a.m., caller is reporting a 10-year-old child is out of control and is refusing to go to school; got juvenile to go to school.
7:57 a.m., report of a physical altercation in progress between a mother and her 17-year-old daughter at a residence.
8:02 a.m., report of criminal mischief to equipment at the public library; overnight someone threw bricks and rocks through the windows.
8:53 a.m., caller from Lannock Place residence is reporting a lost firearm.
12:31 p.m., management at Parkside East Apartments believes there are drug transactions in progress in the area.
1:03 p.m., report that a female who is mentally unstable has jumped out of her daughter’s vehicle on Daniel Drive and is now running in and out of traffic; she was last seen heading on the bypass toward Stanford; 1:13 p.m., subject in custody.
1:05 p.m., hospital staff needs assistance with a possible child abuse case.
4:55 p.m., a 48-year-old female at West Lexington Avenue residence wants an ambulance to come and get her walker from across the room and bring it to her; EMS is requesting that if they have any more runs tonight, to send police officer as well.
5 p.m., report of a large, black dog tied to the guardrail on Lexington Road; assistance given and animal control removed the dog.
6 p.m., report from Smith Street residence that neighbor’s dog is halfway through the fence and is acting extremely aggressive.
7:42 p.m., caller at High Street and Swope Drive is being threatened by a subject; assistance given.
8:15 p.m., female on Randolph Hill has found a wallet on the side of the road; assistance given.
8:40 p.m., a 40-year-old male may have overdosed on medication; assistance given.
9:16 p.m., caller at North Second Street residence had heard fighting coming from neighbor’s home then sudden silence; officer advising this is false and that it is a possible on-going neighbor dispute.
11:18 p.m., subjects from a tan truck assaulted another male who was walking on East Main Street; they were last seen putting the male into the truck and headed east on Main Street; 11:23 a.m., traffic stop of truck at Main and Stanford Avenue; arrest made and EMS advised they were transporting two patients to the hospital.