Blotter

• A woman was stopped by police in reference to standing in the street at the intersection of 38th and Jefferson streets. She told police she was waiting for a ride. A man in a car had stopped, but pulled off when he saw the police car. That location is known for prostitution. When the woman was asked for personal information, she gave a false date of birth. She was charged with obstruction.



• A Cimarron Drive resident told police that he wanted a woman living in his home to leave, but that she would not go. The man said the woman had been living in his home for two years as a “non-paying renter,” staying in a room adjacent to the den. The woman told police she has been paying rent. The man was advised to seek civil litigation in magistrate’s court.



• Two Sylvan Drive women told police they have been received harassing phone calls. According to both women, the problem began with a wrong number call and has escalated to threats of using a machete against the two. Both women admitted they have responded to some of the calls in a provoking way, escalating the problem even further.

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