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Dowagiac Police Blotter 7/5/11

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DOWAGIAC POLICE DEPARTMENT

DISPATCH BLOTTER

7/4/11 5:00 A.M. – TO – 7/5/11 5:00 A.M.

 

 

7/4/11

 

5:45 A.M. – Police Department, General Assist

 

8:30 A.M. – 900 Block of Spruce St, Alarm

 

1:30 P.M. – 400 Block of Orchard St, Suspicious Situation

 

6:48 P.M. – 300 Block of W Railroad St, Domestic Violence complaint/One subject arrested for Domestic Violence

 

8:12 P.M. – 300 Block of Main St, Fireworks complaint

 

9:05 P.M. – 300 Block of N Front St, Domestic Violence complaint

 

9:50 P.M. – 200 Block of E Railroad St, Civil Dispute

 

10:30 P.M. – Riverside Dr/E Division St, Fireworks complaint

 

11:05 P.M. – Vineyard Place Apartments, Fireworks complaint

 

11:13 P.M. – E Telegraph St/Mcomber St, Fireworks complaint

 

7/5/11

 

12:02 P.M. – 100 Block of State Rd, Traffic Policing

 

2:05 A.M. – 100 Block of W Division St, Disorderly Subjects complaint

 

3:03 A.M. – 100 Block of W Division St, Unlawful Entry complaint

 

4:15 A.M. – 100 Block of W Division St, Disorderly Conduct complaint/One subject arrested for Disorderly Conduct

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