An officer was flagged down by a motorist at the corner of Bryan and Lincoln streets. The mans vehicle, which had been parked in a city garage at that location, had been damaged. The man said someone had broken off a piece of metal on the drivers side door lock, then pried open the drivers side rear door vent window. The suspect also removed the rear hatch lock, damaged the paint on the rear hatch, removed a door handle and tried to pry open the rear hatch glass. The office inspected the vehicle and observed that the damage did not seem to be done during an attempt to enter the vehicle. The officer asked the victim if he had any enemies. The man replied that he did not, but that he had fired an employee earlier that day. He said another employees vehicle was also damaged at the same garage during the same time period. He said the suspect would have known where the vehicles were parked and what they looked like.
An officer was dispatched to the Talmadge Bridge in reference to two men in traffic. He found one man with blood on his clothes who was bleeding from a laceration to the right side of his face, and a second man who was not injured. Both men were heavily intoxicated. Their initial story was that a friend drove them to get cigarettes from the victims car. He said when he left the vehicle, black males in the area began heckling him. The man said he called them god damn n----, at which time he was jumped by four of them. The man changed his story and the number of assailants several times, as did the man with him. The officer said it was evident the men were lying. MedStar responded but the victim refused treatment. The officer documented the incident.
Two men were at a Victory Drive convenience story when a third man came inside. According to the men and the store clerk, the suspect grabbed one of the men and tried to force him outside. The victim was able to break free and the witness ran to a nearby grocery to call police. Upon arrival, the officer observed that the victims shirt was torn. The victim refused treatment.