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Dowagiac Police Blotter 10/19/12

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DOWAGIAC POLICE DEPARTMENT
DISPATCH BLOTTER
10/18/12 5:00 A.M. – TO – 10/19/12 5:00 A.M.
 
 
10/18/12
 
7:50 A.M. – N Front St/W Division St, General Assist
 
8:40 A.M. – 700 Block of W Prairie Ronde St, Assault complaint/One subject arrested for Assault
 
12:00 P.M. – 500 Block of Riverside Dr, Suspicious Situation
 
2:10 P.M. – 400 Block of W Railroad St, Suspicious Situation
 
2:15 P.M. – 100 Block of Miller St, Alarm
 
2:30 P.M. – 300 Block of Orchard St, Loose Dog complaint
 
2:53 P.M. – 100 Block of Oak St, Harassment complaint
 
3:22 P.M. – 56000 Block of M 51 S, Suspicious Situation
 
7:15 P.M. – 500 Block of S Front St, Civil Dispute
 
10:10 P.M. – N Front St/Cleveland St, Traffic Stop
 
10:50 P.M. – Cass Ave/Third Ave, Traffic Stop
 
11:20 P.M. – 200 Block of Dewey St, Trespass complaint
 
10/19/12
 
1:15 A.M. – West St/Orchard St, Suspicious Situation
 
3:00 A.M. – Lester Ave/Sherwood St, Found Property complaint
 
3:49 A.M. – Baymont Inn, Disorderly Conduct complaint
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