A man reported to police that his vehicle was stolen back by the man who had sold it to him a week earlier. He said the suspect had sold the car to another person, as well. The man said the bill of sale was stolen along with the vehicle. He said after he bought the car, he learned that the tag on it had also been stolen. No witnesses could be located. The man said he learned the suspect had taken the car back when the suspect called him about it.
A Burton Road resident told police a neighbor and her sister entered his home uninvited. The sister struck him in the face with a fist and began yelling at him. He said both women were very intoxicated and were friends of his ex-girlfriend. The neighbor pulled her sister away and they returned next door. When officers arrived to talk to the women, she told them her sister was not there. When they searched the house, they located the sister. Both women were arrested.
An officer responding to a report of harassing phone calls spoke to the man who had called for help. The man gave him the name of another man, who he said had called to threaten him. He said the man was upset over some money that had been stolen from him. The complainant was given a case report number. As the officer was leaving, the suspect drove up. He said he had never made the harassing calls. He was amused that the complainant had called police, because he said the complainant had been harassing him, too.