Major crime and incident report
Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021
3:46 p.m.: assist motorist, Union Street, a caller reports that the traffic lights on the intersection of Union Street and Springfield Road are stuck and causing traffic to back up, the responding officer reports that the traffic controls were reset and the lights began working properly;
5:17 p.m.: suspicious, Kellogg Street, a caller reports that two youths are firing BB guns in the area, the responding officer reports that contact was made with the two youths firing airsoft guns, the officer reports that the youths were informed of the laws surrounding airsoft guns and they were sent on their way for the night;
7:40 p.m.: traffic complaint, Southampton Road, an ambulance driver reports that he pulled out of the Southampton Road fire station to find that another vehicle accidentally dumped debris into the roadway and caused a traffic hazard, dispatch reports that the debris was cleared from the roadway.
9:28 a.m.: officer wanted, Fred Jackson Road, a resident reports an Amazon delivery driver was bit by a dog, the victim stated he was bit by a pit bull on Klaus Anderson Road, the bite broke the skin but he declined medical services and said he would seek treatment, the animal control officer advised the dog owner to quarantine the dog and took control of the incident.