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Author Topic: Mayberry Police Blotter  (Read 8963 times)
« Reply #30 on: October 03, 2012, 03:23:11 PM »

New Mayberry police investigated a
report that a flag pole was taken apart
in front of a residence in
the 1800 block of Calumet Drive. The
incident was reported on the morning
of Saturday, Aug. 25.

Theft  — Home Plate Cafe,
804. S. Main St., reported a
theft of waste grease.

Fourteen people reported striking
the same deer this past week along
with another bear. On Thursday
evening a Mayberry man struck
a bear south of
County Rd S around 11:30 p.m.
The bear was put up by a
Deputy and eventually claimed.

Threat — At 6 p.m. on Sept.
22, a woman in the 200 block
of Franklin Street said she had
received threatening messages
from her brother-in-law. Police
said they weren't threats; it's a
family dispute over a windmill and
the manner in which it was

Battery — At 4:32 p.m. on 
Sept. 23, a man in the 500 block
of West Main Street said he was
there to pick up his son, and
the son's mother came out and
kicked him twice in the groin. Police
made sure their child was safely
exchanged, then forwarded
charges for disorderly conduct
and battery to the Mayberry
District Attorney's office.

Noise — At 8:30 p.m. on Sept.
23, an anonymous caller said a
bunch of teens in the 300 block
of Main Street were being loud.
Police found they weren't being 
loud on purpose, just being
adolescents. They were asked to
keep their voices down

Dog case  — At 11:02 a.m. on
Sept. 24 a woman in the 200
block of South Madison Street
said her neighbors keep throwing
their dog's feces into her
garden causing a growth issue.

Shoplifting — At 5:34 p.m.
on Sept. 24 a man at Marshland
Mobile, 1001 E. Main St., caught
two 8-year olds trying to steal
two cookies.

Intoxicated pedestrian — At
7:37 p.m. on Sept. 24 a woman
in the 600 block of Roosevelt
Street said her 40-year-old son
had been drinking for the past
four days, and he is now lying on
the back porch yelling.

Suspicious - On Friday at 9:19 p.m.
a woman reported seeing another
woman stash a purse in her .
« Reply #31 on: November 08, 2012, 06:47:07 AM »

Audio blotter test, distpatch report glassy clam

* mayberry police blotter oct 2012.mp3 (317.99 KB - downloaded 59 times.)
« Reply #32 on: November 08, 2012, 06:51:50 AM »


Mayberry - Mayberry police
said officers made an arrest in the case of
a pregnant woman who was doused with
gas, punched and threatened.
Authorities say the 23-year-old suspect
threatened to light the woman on fire,
punched her in the stomach and tried to
strangle her during a three -hour domestic
ordeal on Sept. 29. The woman tried to
escape, but was unable to leave.
Police say the man had heroin on him
when he was arrested.
- State Journal,

Found — On Sept. 7 at
11:05 a.m. Mayberry police
responded to the 200 block of
Industrial Drive where a clear
plastic bag containing two
white pieces of paper with
three paper clips was found
behind a drawer of a machine.

Found property - A man in the 100
block of Prospect Avenue reported on
Thursday at 4:35 p.m. that he found
three gas cans on his property. The gas
cans were taken to the police station.

Suspicious behavior - A woman
reported on Thursday at 6 p.m. that a
52-year-old man was taking pictures
of young girl's backsides at Mayberry
 High School, He
was counseled about his behavior and
advised to move along.
Breaking and entering

Noise — At 8:17 p.m. on Oct. 20, a person in the 400
block of Grandview Avenue reported loud music. The
party master turned the music down.

Vandalism — At 8:56 p.m. on Oct. 20,a bus driver
from the Mayberry School District said there were two
deceased cats hanging from the bus mirrors and a
chicken splayed across the hood of the bus while it was
parked at the Mayberry Christian School

Suspicious — At 9 a.m. on Oct. 20, a woman was
walking her dog around Mayberry and Jackson streets
when she walked into a trip-wire made of fishing line
someone rigged from a pole to a stake in the ground.
There were no injuries.
« Reply #33 on: November 08, 2012, 09:33:23 AM »

Audio blotter test, distpatch report glassy clam

This should be for paid subscribers only, YOU CHIMPANZEE!  And I guess the blind Charlies, but at only a discounted price.  Just because their are blindy doesn't mean they get a free ride here.
« Reply #34 on: April 30, 2015, 08:45:53 AM »



Caller from Chinatown-Barnes reported
her ex-boyfriend was at her
residence standing outside
her window looking at her.
Dispatch spoke with male
party who stated all he wanted
to do was get his personal
dog. He also stated he was
intoxicated and peed in his car

Report from Mason of
military convoy that
ran into the back of another
military convoy. One
person was injured and
bleeding from the neck.

Caller reported his vehicle
was hit in the Cheers parking
lot the night before.

Caller from Chinatown South
requested an officer for a
domestic disturbance. He
stated his wife was slamming
and breaking his thighs. Also
stated that she was talking
continuously in Spanish, wouldn’t be
quiet, and was driving him
crazy. While on the phone he
said his son just walked in
and would try to calm things
down. Dispatch could hear
female in the background
yelling multilingual obsceneties.

Caller from Washburn
reported that her husband E-fi-
led his taxes and received a
message that the return had
already been filed.

Caller located at the Holiday
Station Store in Chinatown
reported that a person in a
blue van pulled into the parking
lot and left the vehicle
running. There was a baby
left in the vehicle and caller
noticed a half empty bottle of
whiskey in the center console
« Reply #35 on: April 30, 2015, 12:01:48 PM »

Your own
Someone to fetch your bone
And live in your home
« Reply #36 on: April 30, 2015, 06:38:57 PM »

Poetry. Yeah.
« Reply #37 on: May 06, 2015, 06:32:31 AM »

-- A caller reported May 2 that a female bear was found with its head stuck in a milk crate at 50th Street and County Road P in Mayberry. The bear, which had a cub with it, was freed after cooking oil was poured on its neck and ropes and pullies were attached to the milk jug, allowing the bear to pull itself out.

-- An officer on patrol April 29 at Highway 29 and County Road Y spotted two vehicles parked near the Rush River. A game warden was contacted; he said to gather information. The officer witnessed two men who appeared to be fly fishing on the Rush River. Trout were not in season in Mayberry until May 2.

-- An Mayberry resident reported receiving an obscene phone call April 29. The complainant said a woman used an obscenity to describe herself and then told the man that she wanted to meet him for sex. The complainant hung up on the woman. Repeated attempts to reach the female caller was unsuccessful.

-- A caller reported April 29 that a two masked, naked people on ATVs were spotted outside a vacant house at N1360 N190th St. in Mayberry Rock. The suspects fled the area after seeing neighbors. Officers didn’t find the suspects; there was no sign that entry was made to the vacant home.

-- Officers were called April 30 to 419 Pine Ave. in Mayberry City for a suspicious man at the end of a driveway. The man was reportedly hanging around all day and was last seen “ducking in and out of grass.” Officers didn’t find the man.

-- A woman on 635th Avenue in Mayberry Falls reported May 2 that she got a text message about “hiding bodies” from an unknown person. The message, which originated from a Chinatown phone, stated something to the effect of, “Hey, bro. We’re in the clear. I hid the bodies.” The caller feared it might be in reference to missing girls somewhere in Mayberry Rapids. An officer searched, but couldn’t find any report in Mayberry Rapids about missing girls.

-- Officers responded April 28 to N5335 760th Ave. in Mayberry for a woman at a home who was attacking herself. The resident, described as “aggressive,” was not arrested. She was reintroduced into the home without incident.

-- A property owner at W8135 830th Ave. in Mayberry Falls reported April 30 that beavers were taking trees off his land. The complainant showed officers photos of multiple trees taken from inside his property line without permission. Officers attempted to contact the beavers.
« Reply #38 on: May 06, 2015, 06:45:22 AM »

Mayberry cops work hard.
« Reply #39 on: May 06, 2015, 09:39:01 AM »

A Langdon St. resident was fast asleep early this morning when someone began pounding on his apartment door. Not expecting anyone, he decided to ignore the banging with hopes the individual would go away. However, the person outside his door was persistent, and after ten minutes of loud knocking the tenant decided to open the door. There stood a man, a stranger, and he pushed his way into the victim's apartment. Once inside, he choked the 21-year-old and punched him several times. Shocked and scared, the resident ran outside to call for help. When police arrived, they found someone had locked the victim's apartment door. Now officers were the ones knocking. Eventually the suspect - the man who had battered the resident - came to the door clad only in his underpants. He had a confused look on his face and acknowledged he did live here. He was arrested on tentative charges listed above.

Officers were called to 34 S Henry St for a subject on the rooftop throwing rocks at the surrounding buildings and people walking through the area.  Prior to officer arrival, callers informed dispatch that the subject had removed his pants and was on the roof only in a t-shirt. Once officers arrived on scene they secured the area to prevent anyone from being struck by the rocks the subject was still throwing.  The subject did throw rocks and building materials, he had ripped from the roof, at officers as he said he did not want to see them.  Officers attempted to dialogue with the subject, who seemed to be suffering from mental health or drug/alcohol related issues.  At no time did the subject indicate he was suicidal.

A Mayberry man lost five prized baseball caps and a Gucci belt during an armed robbery on Carling Dr. Saturday night. The victim said he was in a parking lot and outside of his parked car when the suspect approached. He told the victim he admired his baseball chapeaus. They were readily visible, as they were on display in the back of the victim's car: lined-up to be seen through the rear window. The suspect asked if he could see the hats, and the victim obliged. He went into the car to fetch them, and when he got back out there was a gun pointed at his chest. The robber took off with the lids and also grabbed the belt, which had also been in the backseat.
« Reply #40 on: May 06, 2015, 11:33:09 AM »

Whoever wrote that police blotter was getting a little writerly. Everybody wants to be an artiste now. What happened to "just the facts"?
« Reply #41 on: May 06, 2015, 11:51:25 AM »

I thought that as well but I kind of like the added flavor.  All the words he/she used for "hat" is most impressive for a blotter.
« Reply #42 on: May 06, 2015, 02:12:40 PM »

Made me flip my lid.
« Reply #43 on: May 06, 2015, 03:39:14 PM »

Whoever wrote that police blotter was getting a little writerly. Everybody wants to be an artiste now. What happened to "just the facts"?

There are lots more!  http://www.cityofmadison.com/police/newsroom/incidentreports/
« Reply #44 on: May 06, 2015, 03:44:44 PM »

the guy in the picture reminds me of what I used to think Regular Jo looked like. 


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