– Samantha M. Simpson, 16, Applegate Road, was cited for backing into a vehicle belonging to Linda Trevino, 62, East Lincoln Way, while unparking from a spot on North Park at 2:17 p.m. July 1.

– Police responded to a report of a female changing clothes behind a tree near the park basketball court at 8:25 p.m. Sunday. Some youths playing basketball told police the girl went behind a tree to use her cell phone, not to change her clothes.

– Police were called to a home on Pritchard Avenue in regard to a teenager having a bad reaction after taking klonopin.

– Police were called to Pondi’s restaurant to assist the sheriff’s office in responding to a possible fight at 12:41 a.m. July 4. The officers and deputies stood by while the restaurant closed for the night.

– Police were called to a home on North Market at 11:32 p.m. Thursday to stand by while an ambulance transported a resident to a local hospital.

– A caller reported there was a white van with people in it parked in the park swimming pool lot at 10:41 p.m. Thursday. The van was gone by the time police arrived but they later found the vehicle on North Beaver Street with a male and female inside. The couple said they had been talking at the park and were told the park closes at dark.


– Police responded to the 3200 block of Creek Road at 6:10 p.m. July 3 for a complaint of a shirtless male riding his bike around a female juvenile. The complainant advised the 53-year-old man was riding in circles around her 12-year-old daughter and was concerned about the obvious age difference and due to the fact he had done this before. Police spoke to the man and he was asked what was going on and he replied, “with what?” and he was advised of the complaint. He admitted to riding his bike around the trailer without a shirt and said he always does this. He was asked if he rode close to juvenile females and he admitted, as well as, pointed towards the complainant’s residence and said he rode through several juveniles. He denied riding in circles around the complainant’s daughter and he was advised to refrain from riding close to juveniles due to the fact it makes them and their parents highly uncomfortable. He agreed and said he would go in a different direction if he saw the juveniles.

– Police responded to a dog barking complaint in the 46000 block of Taylor Avenue at 9:10 p.m. July 4 and the complainant said it was an ongoing problem. Upon arrival police could her two dogs barking in the back yard and did not get a response at the residence. One dog was locked up in a crate at the side of the house. The other dog was not observed but there was a dog house in the corner of the yard. Police will attempt to contact the homeowners later.

– Police responded to Sycamore Drive at 4:15 p.m. July 6 at the request of the New Waterford EMS. Police learned David and Teresa Wendel of Dogwood Circle were walking their two small dogs when a mid-sized black dog rushed from the backyard residence at 3317 Sycamore Dr. acting in an aggressive manner. David Wendel said within a split-second it went after the dog his wife was walking about 20 feet ahead of him and his wife fell to the ground. After chasing the dog away he noticed a lot of blood and bone showing from the ankle area of his wife and residents at the address came out and called 911. EMS stabilized her and she had an open fracture at the ankle. She didn’t remember much because it happened so fast but said the attacking dog caused her to fall. Police spoke to the homeowners and a woman said she took her two dogs to the back yard to do their business and one got agitated as if another dog was around and escaped her grasp. She said as soon as it got loose she ran inside to get her husband and when she went out she found out what happened. She said the dog had been to obedience school due to the fact it was a rescue dog and was current on its shots. The report is being forwarded to the county dog warden.