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Dowagiac Police Blotter 12-2-13

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, 2013:
 
  8:30am               Police Department                                          Lost and found property complaint
  8:35am               700 blk N Front st                                             Suspicious situation
12:15pm               Main st/N Lowe st                                           Traffic accident
12:25pm               Green st/Courtland st                                    Suspicious situation
  1:10pm               200 blk Pokagon st                                           Domestic assault
  1:10pm               900 blk Spruce st                                              Stalking complaint
  7:00pm               200 blk S Paul st                                                General assistance
  8:15pm               100 blk Whitney st                                           Burglary
11:10pm               Pokagon st/Amerihost Dr                             Traffic stop
11:40pm               Hill st/Riverside Dr                                           Traffic stop
11:50pm               500 blk Riverside Dr                                         Suspicious situation
11:55pm               Hill st/Riverside Dr                                           Traffic stop
 
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30th, 2013:
 
  1:25am               400 blk E Prairie Ronde                                  Suspicious situation
  1:45am               Pokagon st/S Lowe st                                     Suspicious situation
  2:10am               200 blk Grand Blvd                                           Assist to ambulance
  3:15am               200 blk James st                                                Public Peace complaint
  3:30am               S Front st/Commercial st                              Dowtown parking enforcement 2am-6am
  1:10pm               29000 blk Amerihost drive                            Suspicious situation
  6:00pm               600 blk N Front st                                             Intimidation complaint
  6:10pm               400 blk W High st                                              General assistance complaint
  8:00pm               600 blk N Front st                                             General assistance complaint
  8:30pm               Mill st/E Division st                                          Traffic stop
  9:00pm               Johnson st/Ashland st                                   Assist to ambulance
10:00pm               Center st/W Division st                                  Traffic stop
11:55pm               Walnut st/Main st                                            Traffic stop
 
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 2013:
 
12:05am               100 blk S Front st                                              Disorderly conduct
12:40am               N Front st/North st                                         Traffic stop
  1:35am               S Lowe st/W High st                                        Traffic stop
  3:45am               400 blk E Railroad st                                         Civil dispute
  4:00am               S Front st/Commercial st                              Downtown parking enforcement 2am-6am
10:10am               100 blk Maple st                                               Burglary
12:25pm               600 blk Spruce st                                              Traffic stop
  7:15pm               27000 blk Marcellus Hwy                               Public relations activity
  8:05pm               N Front st/Cleveland st                                 General non-criminal
  8:10pm               300 blk Pokagon st                                           Civil dispute
  9:00pm               Pokagon st/Thickstun st                                Traffic stop w/arrest
11:20pm               600 blk Spruce st                                              General assistance complaint
 
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 2013:
 
  3:30am               S Front st/Commercial st                              Downtown parking enforcement  2am-6am
 
 
NOTHING FURTHER TO REPORT

 

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