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Dowagiac Police Blotter 8/31/12-9/03/12

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DOWAGIAC POLICE DEPARTMENT
DISPATCH BLOTTER
8/31/12 5:00 A.M. – TO – 9/3/12 5:00 A.M.
 
 
8/31/12
 
8:00 A.M. – 500 Block of Hill St, Damage to Property complaint
 
8:07 A.M. – M 62/Pokagon St, Traffic Stop
 
9:07 A.M. – 600 Block of Chestnut St, Harassment complaint
 
10:50 A.M. – Police Department, General Assist
 
11:24 A.M. – W Prairie Ronde St/Hamilton St, Traffic Stop
 
11:44 A.M. – 200 Block of Oak St, Alarm
 
2:10 P.M. – W Prairie Ronde St/Sunnyside Dr, General Assist
 
2:45 P.M. – W High St/Walnut St, Traffic Stop/One subject arrested for Fleeing & Eluding after a short pursuit as well as Possession with Intent to Deliver Marijuana
 
3:10 P.M. – Spruce St/N Paul St, Traffic Policing
 
3:38 P.M. – 300 Block of N Front St, Civil Dispute
 
4:02 P.M. – 400 Block of Orchard St, Damage to Property complaint
 
5:35 P.M. – Vineyard Place Apartments, Larceny complaint
 
6:10 P.M. – N Paul St/Franklin St, Traffic Stop
 
8:00 P.M. – City of Dowagiac, General Assist
 
8:50 P.M. – Elm St/Franklin St, Traffic Stop
 
8:50 P.M. – E Division St/McCleary St, Traffic Stop
 
9:18 P.M. – W Prairie Ronde St/Hamilton St, Traffic Stop
 
9:25 P.M. – Southwestern Michigan College, Medical Assist
 
10:10 P.M. – Spruce St/N Paul St, Traffic Stop
 
10:11 P.M. – Wolf St/Singer St, Traffic Stop
 
10:24 P.M. – E Prairie Ronde St/W Railroad St, General Assist
 
11:30 P.M. – Parkside Apartments, Trespass complaint
 
11:56 P.M. – Spruce St/Walnut St, Suspicious Situation
 
9/1/12
 
1:30 A.M. – Middle Crossing Rd/W Prairie Ronde St, Suspicious Situation
 
5:06 A.M. – N Paul St/W Prairie Ronde St, Traffic Stop
 
8:08 A.M. – N Paul St/Franklin St, Traffic Stop
 
9:22 A.M. – N Front St/E Prairie Ronde St, Traffic Stop
 
9:35 A.M. – N Front St/E Prairie Ronde St, Traffic Stop
 
12:24 P.M. – 400 block of E Division St, General Assist
 
1:28 P.M. – 56000 Block of M 51 S, General Assist
 
1:30 P.M. – 55000 Block of M 51 N, Suspicious Situation
 
1:40 P.M. – 400 Block of Maple St, Civil Dispute
 
3:20 P.M. – N Paul St/Franklin St, Traffic Stop
 
4:05 P.M. – E Division St/Riverside Dr, Traffic Stop
 
8:24 P.M. – Police Department, General Assist
 
10:37 P.M. – Police Department, Subject arrested on a Bench Warrant
 
9/2/12
 
12:22 A.M. – 400 Block of Chestnut St, Civil Dispute
 
12:30 A.M. – 400 Block of Orchard St, Suspicious Situation
 
12:45 A.M. – 100 Block of N Front St, Traffic Policing
 
2:11 A.M. – 100 Block of McCleary St, Suspicious Situation
 
2:16 A.M. – 600 Block of Spruce St, Disorderly Conduct complaint
 
2:55 A.M. – 500 Block of Hill St, Suspicious Situation
 
3:04 A.M. – 400 Block of Chestnut St, General Assist
 
3:39 A.M. – 100 Block of N Front St, Assault complaint/One subject cited for Mino in Possession of Alcohol
 
4:22 A.M. – 29000 Block of Amerihost Dr, General Assist
 
4:35 A.M. – 500 Block of Hill St, Domestic Violence complaint
 
10:25 P.M. – Hill St/Clinton St, Suspicious Situation
 
9/3/12
 
2:20 A.M. – 300 Block of W Telegraph St, Suspicious Situation
 
3:49 A.M. – 400 Block of N Front St, Civil Dispute/One subject arrested on a warrant
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