Police Briefs

THURSDAY
Mi casa no es su casa
An intoxicated female walked into someone’s house and refused to leave on N Street.

FRIDAY
Bathing beauty
Someone was concerned with their neighbor’s mental state as the neighbor hadn’t bathed in years, forcing the person to drive past with their hand over their eyes on Fiesta Avenue.

SATURDAY
Saw-spicious
Somebody saw a person hiding in the bushes; upon visiting the spot a few minutes later, the hider was gone but left a bag with a saw in it on Snyder Drive.

Best comeback ever
A female subject was heard yelling, “Give me back my stuff!” to a male subject who responded with, “No!” at Central Park on C Street.

Raining on the parade
Two people on the footbridge were throwing objects at vehicles on the freeway on Second Street.

Dynamite combination
Someone reported that her roommate, who has been having hallucinations and likely owns firearms, was harassing her through text messages on Fifth Street.

Police briefs are compiled from the City of Davis daily crime bulletins. Contact EINAT GILBOA at city@theaggie.org.

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