• A man reported that he inadvertently met his estranged girlfriend at a grocery on Skidaway Road. The man said the girlfriend returned with another man, “who punched him several times.” The man advised that he just wanted to file a report with police because he thought “his girlfriend may have filed a report.”

• A woman told police she believed her son had forced entry into her storage shed after “she disciplined him by taking his computer out of his room and locking it up.” She found the shed door pried open, but said nothing was missing, “which she found odd, because the shed is filled with electronics, bicycles and other items.” She believes her son attempted to enter the shed to gain access to the computer. She said her son’s probation officer advised her to report the incident.

• An officer responding to the report of a disorderly person on Collins Street saw and heard the suspect, a woman, yelling at a man who was sitting on the steps of his residence. The woman said “she and the victim had gotten into a heated argument and he grabbed her arm, so she struck him on the head.”

• Police responded to a report of property vandalism. The garages of two houses on East 34th Street were vandalized by someone who spray-painted on the garage doors. The suspects also pried open the wooden windows of the structures on both sides.

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