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Continued: Washington County police blotter

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  • Last update: July 27, 2013 - 4:07 PM

JUNE 24

Disturbance. A resident of the 2400 block of Granada Avenue came to the police station to complain about a neighbor leaving grass clippings on the shoulder of the road after mowing. The complainant said it was an ongoing issue. Police contacted the neighbor, who said he had lived there for more than 20 years and never had a problem leaving some grass clippings on the shoulder of the road. Nevertheless, he agreed to clean up the clippings when police asked.

Disturbance. An officer was dispatched to the 6200 block of 7th Street at approximately 11 p.m. on a report of three people, possibly intoxicated, who were yelling at each other. Police located the group, who said they were having a political debate. The officer advised them to have a quieter debate.

WILLERNIE

JUNE 22

Suspicious activity. A woman in the 300 block of Stewart Road told police someone in a four-door white car threw a smoke bomb up her driveway while she and her children were standing there.

WOODBURY

JUNE 25

Animal concern. Police received a call from someone worried about six ducklings stuck in a sewer drain near Woodbury Middle School, 1425 School Drive. Two officers were able to rescue the baby ducks from the sewer and return them to their mother, who was nearby.

JUNE 26

Theft. A juvenile in the 10000 block of Knollwood Lane reported his skateboard had been stolen and that he suspected another juvenile took it. The suspect told police she found it in the street and was more than willing to return it.

Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.

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