Daily log, January 4
A 100-block South Sandusky Street man reported Wednesday afternoon he was going to shoot AEP workers for cutting down his tree. The report indicates no arrests were made. Further details were unavailable Thursday evening.
Counterfeit checks were reported Wednesday afternoon at Rural King, 2300 W. Market St.
A 100-block Mohawk Street caller reported Wednesday night their landlord was harassing them. The landlord was told not to come back to the residence.
A 200-block South Washington Street man reported Wednesday night his girlfriend assaulted him. He also reported she had a knife.
A 200-block Fourth Avenue woman reported Thursday morning she found footprints leading up to her windows.
A 200-block Sixth Avenue man reported Thursday morning license plates were stolen off of his truck.
A 100-block East Crocker Street woman reported Wednesday evening that sometime between Monday night and early Tuesday morning individuals knocked on her door and threatened her to let them in. She let them in and later found her medication was missing.
Bettsville firefighters were called to Emma Street Wednesday afternoon for a carbon monoxide alarm.
Kansas firefighters were called to North TR 63 early Thursday morning for a smoke odor.
Firefighters were called to 235 E. CR 16 Wednesday afternoon to provide an emergency medical service.