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MPD Daily Significant Calls 12/24/2017 to 12/25/2017

December 25, 2017 9:46 AM

From 5:30 a.m. on 12/24/2017 through 5:30 a.m. on 12/25/2017, MPD received 211 calls for service.  This number does not include parking complaints or 911 misdials.

1) SOUTH: Theft from Auto – 8:21 a.m.  MPD was dispatched to the 2600 block of Kendall Ave reference a subject finding several personal items in the street from their car.  Further investigation revealed that entry had been made into several other unlocked vehicles overnight.  Victims were being sought after to make reports of missing items.  No suspect information at this time.  Investigation continuing.   

2) EAST: Death Investigation – 10:38 a.m.  MPD officers were dispatched to an East side address reference an unexpected death of a 27 year old WM.  Medical Examiner notified.  Autopsy scheduled for today.  Investigation continuing.

3) EAST: Stolen Auto – 6:12 p.m.  Officers were dispatched to the 2600 block of E Springs Dr reference a stolen auto.  The caller, a pizza delivery driver, reported that his vehicle was stolen.  No suspect information.  An ATL (Attempt to Locate) was aired and the vehicle was listed as stolen.

4) EAST: Check Property – 6:39 p.m.  Multiple callers reported hearing shots fired in the area of Dempsey Rd.  Officers were able to determine mortar-like fireworks were being detonated in the 100 block of Dempsey.  A citizen at the PDQ on Milwaukee St also confirmed seeing fireworks in the area.  No evidence of gunfire in the immediate vicinity. 

5) CENTRAL: Arrested Adult – 7:03p.m.  Officers responded to the area of N Broom St and W Gorham St to check the welfare of an individual that may have been involved in a disturbance of some type. Officers made contact with a 54 year old AAM who is well known to them and recalled an incident the week prior in which the subject was injured after falling down, breaking several bones in his face.  The subject was also known by EMS and EMS requested an officer's presence in the rig while they transported him to a local hospital for evaluation.  One officer rode in the rig while two followed in squad cars.  Once at the hospital, the subject created a disturbance which involved spitting on two nurses.  After being medically evaluated and cleared, the suspect was arrested and taken to jail for charges of felony bail jumping, discharging bodily fluids at public safety workers (two counts) and disorderly conduct (two counts). 

6) CENTRAL: Check Person – 7:33 p.m.  Officers were dispatched to check on the welfare of the caller's son, in the 200 block of N Ingersoll St.  The subject's mother reported that her son was suicidal.  Officers contacted the subject (a 25 year old WM) and he admitted to dealing with depression but was actively seeking help.  He has a safety plan, is scheduled to meet with a therapist, and a contingency plan to meet with Crisis, if needed.  No imminent concerns for his welfare at this time. 

7) NORTH: Missing Juvenile/Runaway – 8:54 p.m.  MPD was dispatched to a North side address, referencing the report of a missing juvenile/runaway.  The caller reported that her foster daughter (16 year old WF) had left the home and her whereabouts are unknown.  The juvenile has run away in the past and usually comes home on her own accord.  Databases were entered and ATL aired. 

8) WEST: Check Person – 10:39 p.m.  Officers were called to Glenside Circle for a man who was causing issues at his parent's home and who may have a knife.  Contact was made with the subject (a 32 year old WM) and after investigation, he was placed into protective custody and taken to Detox.  No charges in this incident at this time. 

9) CENTRAL: Battery – 12:55 a.m.  Officers were dispatched to a disturbance that began in Genna's Lounge in the 100 block of W Main St and then proceeded down to the 300 block of W Main St.  Officers ended up making contact with a 27 year old WF who had urinated on the floor inside the tavern and created a disturbance.  A 56 year old WM, who was with the white female, also punched an employee of this business, who had followed the suspects to the 300 block of W Main St.  The female also scratched and battered others as people were trying to separate those physically fighting.  Both individuals were taken to jail for charges of battery, disorderly conduct and depositing human waste. 

Posted by: Chief Koval

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