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Dowagiac Police Blotter 6/28/11

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6/27/11

 

11:10AM 50000 BLK M 51 S COMPLAINT OF A LARCENY

 

12:00PM 300 BLK E PRAIRIE RONDE ST COMPLAINT OF BREAKING AND ENTERING

 

1:01PM 100 BLK S FRONT ST COMPLAINT OF SUSPICIOUS SITUATION

 

4:30PM 200 BLK S FRONT ST COMPLAINT OF DISORDERLY

 

6:30PM 500 BLK RIVERSIDE DR COMPLAINT OF CIVIL PROBLEM

 

6:46PM 100 BLK N FRONT ST COMPLAINT OF A LARCENY

 

10:30PMPM W RAILROAD ST AND E TELEGRAPH ST COMPLAINT OF DISORDERLY

 

9:27PM 400 BLK MICHIGAN AVE COMPLAINT OF DISORDERLY

 

11:40PM 500 BLK RIVERSIDE DR GENERAL ASSIST

 

11:45PM CENTER ST AND W TELEGRAPH ST COMPLAINT OF SUSPICIOUS SITUATION

 

6/28/11

 

12:09AM 500 BLK RIVERSIDE DR CHECK WELFARE

 

12:15AM 300 BLK E TELEGRAPH ST COMPLAINT OF WEAPONS OFFENSE

 

12:20PM 500 BLK RIVERSIDE DR COMPLAINT OF SUSPICIOUS SITUATION

 

12:55AM 500 BLK RIVERSIDE DR COMPLAINT OF DISORDERLY  

 

 

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