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Harrison Police Department log from 11/30/2019

1:26 p.m. – A male subject called to report two ladders stolen from his pickup. He said he was at The Home Depot at the time, but he wasn’t sure if the ladders were stolen there or when he had parked outside his residence. An officer said he would be reviewing store video surveillance to see if it happened outside the business before a formal complaint was filed.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/30/2019

12:54 p.m. – A female subject called requesting a civil standby. She said she was being harassed by her children’s father via Facebook and that he had her vehicle tag on his vehicle. She was advised that if an officer were available at the time they would check for the tag from her vehicle, but an officer was in the area for about 15 minutes and didn’t encounter it.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/30/2019

12:18 p.m. – A four-vehicle wreck with unknown injuries was reported at Highway 65 North and Forward Drive.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/30/2019

10:56 a.m. – A two-vehicle, non-injury wreck was reported on Highway 65 North in front of Jamie’s Local Flavor.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/29/2019

11:45 p.m. – A man called to report he fell out of bed at his residence on East South Avenue and couldn’t get up. An officer said EMS assisted the man.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/29/2019

11:10 p.m. – A woman called to report a neighbor talking to her through the walls of her apartment. An officer said he was unable to make contact with anyone in the other apartment.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/29/2019

11:08 p.m. – A caller reported two vehicles racing in the 900 block of North Maple. An officer said the vehicles were gone when he checked the area.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/29/2019

10:09 p.m. – A caller reported a female subject creating a disturbance and begging for money outside Kum & Go. An officer said the 39-year-old woman was advised to leave the premises until her bus arrived the following day and she complied.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/29/2019

9:33 p.m. – A caller reported a dog had been barking for several hours outside a residence on East Watkins. An officer said the dog was caught in the fence around the residence, but the owners weren’t home. He helped the dog back over the fence and it quieted down.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/29/2019

6:16 p.m. – Carroll County authorities contacted the HPD for warrant confirmation on a 27-year-old man for probation violation with bond set at $909.15 cash only. The warrant was confirmed valid and he remained incarcerated with a hold for the HPD.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/29/2019

6:15 p.m. – A woman called to report she hear a loud noise outside her residence on North Rowland, then saw a vehicle in the ditch when she looked outside. An officer said EMS was on scene and the driver was fine, but the vehicle had to be towed.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/29/2019

5:33 p.m. – Newton County authorities requested an officer try to make contact with a man and woman on West Newman to inform them to pick up trash they left on Boat Mountain Road. An officer said no one was at the residence when he arrived.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/29/2019

4:46 p.m. – A man went to the HPD to report he had driven from Fayetteville to pick up his children for the holiday, but his ex-wife told him after he arrived that the children weren’t going with him. Information noted for future reference.

Harrison Police Department log from 11/29/2019

4:19 p.m. – A male subject called from an address on Peach Street stating a male subject was trying to kick in the caller’s door. He said a female subject in the residence held a valid protection order against the suspect. An officer said the subjects were gone when he arrived on scene and the female subject refused to speak with him by phone. The officer said the only thing criminal that occurred in the city was the suspect trying to kick in the door of the caller’s residence, so the subject would be issued a criminal trespass warning if located.