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Dowagiac Police Blotter 8/30/12

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  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29th, 2012:

 10:30am         Police Department                            General non-criminal complaint

10:45am         600 blk North Front st                       Traffic stop

11:54am         100 blk West Railroad st                  Fraud complaint

11:54am         100 blk West Railroad st                  Fraud complaint

  1:55pm         300 blk Dewey st                              Non-traffic related accident

  2:30pm         500 blk Main st                                  Larceny complaint

  2:30pm         W High st/Indiana ave                       Traffic accident

  2:55pm         200 blk Cass ave                              General assistance complaint

  3:40pm         200 blk Depot drive                          Disorderly person complaint

  3:55pm         200 blk South Front st                      Disorderly person complaint

  4:45pm         100 blk Park Place                           Disorderly person complaint with arrest

  5:00pm         200 blk E High st                               Lost or found property complaint

  6:15pm         700 blk W High st                              Disorderly conduct complaint

  7:50pm         300 blk Riverside drive                    Commercial burglary alarm unfounded.

  8:35pm         100 blk Jay st                                    Suspicious situation complaint

  9:05pm         Michigan ave/W High st                   Traffic stop

  9:30pm         Hill st/Cass ave                                 Traffic stop

  9:35pm         Hill st/Riverside drive                        Traffic stop

  9:55pm         Walnut st/Spruce st                           Traffic stop with arrest

11:00pm         400 blk W Railroad st                       Suspicious situation

                                                             THURSDAY, AUGUST 30th, 2012:

   1:45am         Rudy rd/E Prairie Ronde st              Traffic stop

  3:00am         Willard st/Clinton st                           Suspicious situation

  3:00am         Willard st/Clinton st                           Warrant arrest

  3:00am         Willard st/Clinton st                           Warrant arrest assisting another agency

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