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City-Wide Notable Calls

MPD Notable Calls 08/05/2021 to 08/06/2021

August 6, 2021 8:57 AM

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The information provided below about some of the calls officers responded to is derived from notes provided by MPD Officers-In-Charge (OIC) at the end of their shifts. Most narratives represent early and preliminary information that was gathered by an OIC from those in the field who were actively working cases. The OIC is sharing what they were being told, in the moment. In many instances, facts and circumstances, even the type of crime listed, can change as officers, detectives and investigators continue their work.

From 6:00 a.m. on 08/05/2021 through 6:00 a.m. on 08/06/2021, MPD received 486 calls for service.  This number does not include parking complaints or 911 misdials.  A breakdown of the calls for service per district is as follows: Central (96), East (87), Midtown (62), North (72), South (37), West (101), and Other (31).  "Other" is used for calls that either do not have a sector or the sector is not in the City.  This would be used in the case of one of our officers assisting another law enforcement agency.  


WEST: Residential Burglary – 8:09 am.  The victim reported cars were stolen from his driveway and keys and wallet stolen from inside the home.  The victim had left his front door unlocked while on a late night walk.  The vehicles were listed as stolen and an ATL was aired.

CENTRAL: Residential Burglary – 9:32 am.  The victim reported he woke up early in the morning when an unknown suspect entered his residence through an unlocked back door.  The suspect claimed to be a maintenance worker for the building which the victim knew to be untrue.  The suspect fled the apartment.  Nothing reported to be stolen.

EAST: Disturbance – 9:51 am.  Officers responded to a residence for a report of a suicidal subject armed with a knife.  Upon arrival, officers found no issues and no charges were substantiated.

WEST: Disturbance – 10:51 am.  Officers responded to a residence where the caller reported that someone pulled a gun on her during an argument.  Upon arrival, officers were unable to substantiate the claim that a gun was involved in the dispute.  Officers did not develop probable cause for any charges.

CENTRAL: Mental Health Conveyance – 11:30 am.  A subject (55-year-old female) who was experiencing a mental health crisis was transported to the hospital.  Officers consulted with Journey Mental Health and placed the subject into protective custody.  The subject was transported to WMHI.

CENTRAL: Residential Burglary – 1:03 pm.  The victim reported items were missing from her apartment.  Officers found no signs of forced entry or evidence of burglary.

WEST: Check Person – 2:44 pm.  Officers responded to a residence for a subject (39-year-old female) who had engaged in self harm and was making suicidal statements.  The subject was transported to a local hospital.

CENTRAL: Theft from Auto – 4:43 pm.  The victim reported two firearms were missing from his vehicle.  The victim was unable to determine a specific time or location for the disappearance of the weapons and was not sure if they were stolen or misplaced.

NORTH: Drug Overdose – 6:10 pm.  Officers responded to a residence where family members discovered the suspect (49-year-old female) unresponsive.  The suspect was revived with naloxone and was transported to the hospital.  The suspect was arrested on a warrant and cited for possession of paraphernalia.

EAST: Domestic Disturbance – 7:53 pm.  Officers responded to a residence where the suspect (27-year-old female) forced her way into a room and threatened family members.  Officers arrested the suspect and charged her with domestic disorderly conduct.

NORTH: Drug Overdose – 9:28 pm.  Officers responded to Popeye's at 4002 E Washington Ave for a suspect (35-year-old female) who had overdosed.  The suspect was transported to the hospital.

MIDTOWN: Death Investigation – 10:52 pm.  A train struck a pedestrian (29-year-old female) in the 5400 block of Old Middleton Rd.  The pedestrian succumbed to her injuries.  There was no indication of impairment or negligence on the part of the train operator.  Incident report completed on MPD website.


CENTRAL: Nonresidential Burglary – 12:09 am.  Officers responded to the Capitol Lakes retirement home where an unidentified suspect forced entry and damaged property in a common area.  Suspect is at large.  Investigation continuing.

Posted by: Chief Barnes

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