February 23: An adult male in the 500 block of D Street was arrested for assaulting his father. He was booked into jail.
February 21: A person reported being harassed by someone who is sending her unwanted flowers and love letters. An officer suggested to the complainant that she obtain a court order.
February 21: A citizen in the 200 block of B Street reported a cable installer acting suspiciously around residences in the neighborhood. The installer was contacted and identified as a legitimate employee of a company named Prince Telecom, which was subcontracted to do an audit for Comcast Cable Service.
February 20: Officers were dispatched to a malicious mischief complaint in the 600 block of 10th Street. Complainants reported someone threw a liquid substance on their car, causing the paint to be eaten away. Officers took a sample of the substance to send to the lab. Case is under investigation.
February 20: A resident in the 400 block of 9th Street complained about a neighbor who called and said he would shut her four beagles up if she did not stop them from barking. An officer contacted the neighbor�s son and advised him of the complaint. He said his father works nights and sleeps during the day when the dogs bark habitually and continuously. Both neighbors said they would do their best to control their pets and tempers.
February 20: A resident in the 100 block of Adelia Street discovered two holes in her double pane bedroom window which appeared to have ben caused by a BB gun. The damage was estimated at $250. Officers investigated the incident, determined they were BB shots and identified two young juvenile females as the shooters. The case will be referred to the juvenile prosecutor for review.
February 19: A U.S. Customs inspector asked a driver returning from Canada if he had any drugs in his possession. The driver handed the inspector a jar containing marijuana and a used marijuana pipe. A Blaine officer investigated the incident and cited the man to Blaine municipal court for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. The contraband was booked at the police station.