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Dowagiac Police Blotter 10/28/11

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DOWAGIAC POLICE DEPARTMENT

DISPATCH BLOTTER

10/27/11 5:00 A.M. – TO – 10/28/11 5:00 A.M.

 

 

10/27/11

 

7:12 A.M. – 400 Block of W Telegraph St, Traffic Accident

 

9:05 A.M. – 100 Block of Chestnut St, Intimidation complaint

 

9:46 A.M. – 600 Block of Spruce St, Intimidation complaint

 

11:34 A.M. – 500 Block of New York Ave, General Assist

 

12:21 P.M. – Police Department, General Assist

 

12:46 P.M. – 100 Block of Commercial St, General Assist

 

2:42 P.M. – 55000 Block of Colby St, Suspicious Situation

 

3:07 P.M. – 600 Block of N Front St, Traffic Policing

 

4:15 P.M. – 500 Block of Main St, Intimidation complaint

 

4:27 P.M. – Riverside Dr/Hill St, Larceny from a Vehicle complaint

 

5:25 P.M. – 100 Block of Bishop St, Civil Dispute

 

5:55 P.M. – 57000 Block of Riverside Dr, Assault complaint

 

9:30 P.M. – 200 Block of Orchard St, Disorderly Conduct complaint

 

10:00 P.M. – N Front St/E Wayne St, Traffic Stop

 

11:00 P.M. – E Division St/Colby St, Traffic Policing

 

11:40 P.M. – 700 Block of Mary St, Suspicious Situation

 

11:50 P.M. – 100 Block of E Railroad St, Suspicious Situation

 

10/28/11

 

2:20 A.M. – 100 Block of Commercial St, Alarm

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