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Dowagiac Police Blotter 3-7-14

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Dowagiac Police Incident Blotter
                                        Thursday 03/06/14 at 5:00am through Friday 03/07/14 at 5:00am



Thursday

8:50am                                  56000 Block of M-51 South                               General Assistance
9:30am                                  300 Block of Thickstun St                               Assist Other Agency / Outstanding Warrant Arrest
10:30am                         Dowagiac PD                                              General Non-Criminal Complaint
11:30am                         100 Block of S Front St                                 Found Property Complaint
12:10pm                         600 Block of Riverside Dr                               Fraud Complaint
12:45pm                         Riverside Dr / E Division St                            Traffic Stop
1:15pm                                  700 Block of W Prairie Ronde St                         Weapons Violation Complaint
1:28pm                                  300 Block of McPhil Dr                                  Fraud Complaint
2:30pm                                  700 Block of W Prairie Ronde St                         Narcotics Violation Complaint
3:00pm                                  M-62 West / Pokagon St                          Suspicious Situation
5:30pm                                  Pokagon St / Thickstun St                               Assault Complaint
5:30pm                                  300 Block of Pokagon St                         Civil Dispute
8:40pm                                  Spruce St / Walnut St                                   Traffic Stop
8:50pm                                  E Division St / N Mill St                                       Traffic Stop
10:25pm                         N Front St / Sunset St                                  Traffic Stop, OWI Arrest


Friday

2:31am                                  E High St / Cass Ave                                    Hit and Run Accident

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