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BPD reports 3 calls for threats, harassment

Police reports

The Brookhaven Police Department’s reports for Tuesday-Thursday were as follows:

• 11alarm response calls

• 13 unlock calls

• 12 traffic stops

• Subject with weapon on North Jackson Street

• Suspicious vehicle on Albert Street

• Traffic stop on South First Street/South Second Street

• Direct traffic on Industrial Park Road

• Animal control on Brignall Road

• Suspicious vehicle on West Cherokee Street

• Suspicious vehicle on Halbert Heights Road

• Traffic accident on South First Street

• Disturbance on Brashier Street

• Traffic accident on Brookway Boulevard

• Vandalism on Hwy. 51 North

• Ambulance assist on Minnesota Street

• Reckless driving on Old Hwy. 51 Northeast

• Traffic accident on Brookway Boulevard

• Road hazard on Old Hwy. 51

• Suspicious person on West Congress Street

• Suspicious person on Powell Street

• Extra patrol on Fulton Street

• Loud music on South Washington Street

• Threats on West Court Street

• Suspicious vehicle on Brookway Boulevard

• Discharging firearm on Independence Street

• Suspicious vehicle on Pritchard Street

• Disturbance on West Monticello Street

• Theft on Georgia Avenue

• Prowler on Josephine Street

• Disturbance on Pennington Street

• Traffic accident on East Monticello Street

• Welfare check on Fred Walley Drive

• Fraud on Brookway Boulevard

• Vagrancy on Brookway Boulevard

• Warrant service on Brookway Boulevard

• Disturbance on Brookway Boulevard

• Residential burglary on Union Street

• Disturbance on Amite Road

• Disturbance on Hwy. 51 South

• Reckless driving on South First Street

• Reckless driving on Rance Drive

• Vandalism on Williams Street

• Welfare check on South Railroad Avenue

• Storm damage on North Whitworth Avenue

• Reckless driving on I-55 South

• Harassment on Crooked Lane

• Traffic accident on West Chippewa Street

• Trespassing on South Railroad Avenue

• Suspicious person on Brookway Boulevard

• Accident on East Monticello Street

• Suspicious vehicle on North Jackson Street

• Medical problem on North Smylie Street

• Open door on Hwy. 51 South

• Narcotics activity suspected on West Highland Drive

• Theft on South Second Street

• Runaway on Hwy. 51 North

• Vehicle fire on Brookway Boulevard

• Harassment on Curran Avenue

• Traffic accident on Brookway Boulevard

• Disturbance on East Highland Drive

• Found property on Walnut Street

• Improperly parked vehicle on Brookway Boulevard

• Traffic accident on Hwy. 84 East

• Found property on Walnut Street

• Road hazard on Brookway Boulevard

• Assault on Hwy. 51 North

• Loud music on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive/Choctaw Street

• Warrant check on Robertson Street


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