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12:39 a.m. — A female subject went to the HPD to report her roommate touched her inappropriately several times. She declined a formal complaint at the time because she didn’t want to talk to a male officer.

1:32 a.m. — A woman called to report a man banging on the walls of her residence on North 3rd Street and trying to get in her front door. While she was still talking to dispatch, she said the man broke her bedroom window and left. An officer searched the area, but didn’t locate the man, nor was he at his own residence.

7:33 a.m. — A caller reported a female subject had set up a tent in the breezeway between Home Ice and the church on east Stephenson. An officer spoke to the 48-year-old woman and a 52-year-old man, who agreed to pack their belongings and go to the House of Hope.

7:28 a.m. — A caller reported a black suitcase propped up against a utility pole in the area of Ozark Haven Realty. An officer didn’t locate the item when he checked the area.

8 a.m. — A woman called to report a man went to her residence trying to sell her a cell phone and tires. She said he acted as if he knew the family and made her and her daughter feel uncomfortable. She described the vehicle he was driving and officers were notified to watch for it.

9:27 a.m. — A man called to report a male subject walked into the caller’s residence on Bunker Road and into his daughter’s bedroom, then he left in a vehicle when he saw the girl’s brother in the room. Officers were notified, as was the BCSO due to the residence being outside the city limits. Boone County authorities called about an hour later requesting officers watch for the 29-year-old man as the suspect in the incident. Officers were notified. About 4:45 p.m., a woman called to report a male subject approached her on the Walmart parking asking to use her phone because his was locked and he couldn’t use it. He also asked her to take a new cell phone and a black briefcase. He then left the briefcase in a parking spot and left in a vehicle. The license plate on the vehicle matched the one Boone County authorities described. An officer said Boone County deputies took the man into custody into custody. The officer said the man was intoxicated on drugs and in possession of methamphetamine, and that he had shoplifted from Walmart as well.

9:45 a.m. — A reckless driver was reported northbound on the Bypass near Clay Maxey Ford. An officer located the vehicle later, but it was parked at Sonic on Main Street.

11:25 a.m. — An officer out at an address on Lilly Street arrested a 23-year-old male subject on a Carroll County warrant for failure to appear in court on speeding and no proof of insurance. He was later released after posting $760 professional bond.

11:56 a.m. — A man went to the HPD to report possible drug activity. Information passed on to the Narcotics Division.

1:37 p.m. — A two-vehicle, non-injury wreck was reported on North Willow.

1:36 p.m. — A woman called to report a male subject in a pickup yelled at her 16-year-old daughter to get out of the way while the girl was walking across the Burger King parking lot. A formal harassment complaint was filed.

1:50 p.m. — Arkansas State Police requested officers watch for an 89-year-old woman and a 90-year-old man reported as overdue motorists. Officers were notified.

2:06 p.m. — A man called to report he was almost attacked by two dogs on Skyline Drive. Animal Control located the dogs, but was unable to get near them.

2:13 p.m. — A caller reported a male subject, who might be intoxicated, was creating a disturbance at Quality Inn. An officer said the 29-year-old man was issued a criminal trespass warning for the business and was leaving in a cab.

2:23 p.m. — An officer advised he was transporting two juveniles to a detention facility at Batesville.

3:11 p.m. — A woman called to report a mountain bike left by the side of the road on Highway 65 just inside the city limits. About the same time, a male subject called to report it was his bicycle and he left it there after he was hit by a car. An officer said the subject didn’t appear to have mayor injuries and he wanted the incident noted in case a witness came forward.

4:21 p.m. — A man called to report a male subject went to his place of employment and threatened him. An officer determined the suspect was the husband of a co-worker, whom the complainant had cursed at earlier. Information noted for future reference.

6:26 p.m. — A woman went to the HPD to report her ex-husband violating the protection order she held against him. A formal complaint was filed.

7:34 p.m. — Arkansas State Police contacted the HPD for warrant confirmation on a 41-year-old man for probation violation with bond set at $2,796 cash only. The warrant was confirmed valid and he was later taken to the Boone County Jail for incarceration.

8:32 p.m. — A caller reported two suspicious subjects possibly trying to break into a vacant house on Huntington Place. She said it appeared they were trying to remove a screen from a window, then they left in a vehicle when they saw her. An officer located the man and woman and stopped their vehicle. They said they were moving to Harrison and just looking at houses.

10:42 p.m. — A caller reported a noise complaint at an address on North Willow. An officer responded and arrested a 44-year-old man on a Green Forest Police warrant for failure to pay fines on disorderly conduct with bond set at $400 and a 33-year-old woman on a Green Forest Police warrant for failure to appear in court on shoplifting with bond set at $1,125. Both were later taken to Alpena and released to a Green Forest officer.

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