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Continued: Washington County police blotter

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  • Last update: February 1, 2014 - 3:00 PM

Public assist. A man called police about his son’s school bus dropping him off at home and not his baby sitter’s. The man said this has happened before and requested criminal charges be brought against the bus company and school district. An officer advised that it wasn’t a criminal issue but said he’d follow up with both.

Disturbance. A 61-year-old man was cited for disorderly conduct after reportedly becoming upset that the movie playing at Carmike Cinemas, 1188 Helmo Av., shut off before ending. The report said he became verbally abusive, knocking things over and going into the box office and concession areas.

JAN. 6

Theft. A woman stole $130 worth of scratch-off lotto tickets from behind the counter at SuperAmerica, 7570 10th St., while another woman distracted the clerk by asking for help in the rear of the store.

WILLERNIE

JAN. 4

Traffic stop. A deputy pulled over a vehicle with a broken taillight in the 200 block of Kindross Road. The driver was arrested when it was discovered his license had been suspended, he had no proof of insurance and the vehicle’s registration was expired. Also found on him were meth and a pipe.

WOODBURY

JAN. 5

Suspicious circumstance/Trespassing. A woman was observed putting items in a duffel bag at Wal-Mart, 10240 Hudson Road Apparently after seeing a police officer in the store the woman dumped out the bag. An officer then approached her and explained why her behavior was suspicious. She signed a trespass form and was escorted out of the store.

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

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