Sunday, August 18, 2013
A man living in an apartment called police because a woman was outside of his residence trying to kick in his door. He told dispatch the woman’s name, and police were enroute.
When they arrived they saw a woman get on a bike and ride away. An officer attempted to confront her but she did not turn around and kept riding.
The victim, who was intoxicated according to the police report, said that the woman kicking in his door was drunk.
He said he did not want to press charges and then said he could not tell police any other information about the drunk woman except her first name. He said the woman was having a hard time and he did not want to see her get in trouble. He said the woman is a friend of his and he tries to help her by allowing her to stay with him a few days a week.
He was uncooperative so the case was closed.
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