Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: October 26, 2013 - 4:51 PM


SEPT. 25

Bull in the road. A 1,500-pound bull was dispatched after running through rush-hour traffic in the area of Manning Avenue and Hudson Road. Authorities had determined they’d be unable to safely capture the animal, which had been loose for 12 hours.


SEPT. 26

Loose animals. Several llamas were reported running in the road in the area of 235th Street and July Avenue. A deputy spoke to the complainant, who was visibly upset that the animals continue to get loose. The owner of the llamas was advised of the complaint and instructed to fix the fence.


SEPT. 27

School bus stop arm violation. A gray or silver vehicle reportedly drove through a bus stop arm near 140th Street and Fountain Avenue. Authorities were unable to locate the suspected offender, as the license number provided didn’t match the vehicle.

SEPT. 30

Raccoon. A deputy dispatched a raccoon on the porch of a residence in the 4000 block of Europa Trail. The deputy determined the animal was probably sick because it was acting abnormally.


SEPT. 27

Disturbance. The driver of a vehicle in the 500 block of Cimarron reported a woman was standing in his driveway in front of his vehicle, yelling at him. The woman told a deputy that the man was driving too fast. An understanding was reached with the two.


SEPT. 28

Road incident. A driver in the area of 1st Street and Quant Avenue told authorities he followed a truck to let its driver know the vehicle’s headlights weren’t on. The man said the truck pulled into a driveway, where the driver told him to “get out of here.” He said the truck driver had his hand on a gun.


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