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Posted: Friday, February 20, 2009 10:00 pm

In the 48 hours after 9 a.m. Wednesday, the Lodi Police Department handled 346 calls for service. The following is a sample of calls received by dispatchers:


Trespassing Student

9:37 a.m. â€" A high school student trespassed in a bathroom at Millswood Middle School, 233 N. Mills Ave.

Parolees in the mud

11:10 a.m. â€" San Joaquin County Sheriff's deputies asked for assistance with a car containing two parolees who got stuck in the mud at Guild Avenue and Auto Center Drive.

Big Fight

12:19 p.m. â€" About 100 juveniles were loitering at Burger King, 616 W. Kettleman Lane.

Bathroom door issues

2:05 p.m. â€" A resident in the 400 block of West Oak Street had an ongoing problem with a roommate regarding the bathroom door. Police referred them to civil court.

Loose dogs vs. mailman

3:36 p.m. â€" A mailman was stuck in his truck because two pit bulls were loose in the 1700 block of West Vine Street.

Drug delivery?

4:50 p.m. â€" A woman, who didn't give her name, heard from someone else that "some guy" was waiting for his drugs to be delivered at Lawrence Park, 350 N. Washington St.

Neighbor Arrest

5:45 p.m. â€" A neighbor was in

someone's backyard in the 600 block of North Sacramento Street. The neighbor was arrested for violating a restraining order, which is part of a long-running dispute.

Loud leaf blower

6:32 p.m. â€" Someone keeps using a loud leaf blower at Locust and School streets.

Woman in a blanket

7:08 p.m. â€" An elderly woman was wrapped in a blanket and was wandering in the street at Vine Street and Ham Lane.

Rock Throwers

9:17 p.m. â€" Seven people were throwing rocks and fighting each other in the 500 block of East Elm Street.


Thrown Lemons

12 a.m. â€" Several items, which may have been lemons, were thrown at a man's windshield as he drove near Garfield and Vine streets.

Troubled Teen

11:37 a.m. â€" A teenager on probation stole his mother's stock bonds on East Tokay Street.

Guitar Smasher

1:05 p.m. â€" A tall man in his 20s smashed a guitar in the street and then went into a home in the 1000 block of South Central Avenue. A bystander asked police to check on him, due to his temper. Officers did so, and learned that the man owned the guitar, had consumed too much alcohol and was sleeping it off.

Dogs against dogs

1:29 p.m. â€" Two dogs were attacking other dogs in the 800 block of Tilden Drive.

Aggressive Salesman

2:09 p.m. â€" A very aggressive salesman asked a Cherrywood Way woman about her vacuum, then put his hand on the door and refused to let her close it. Her dog intervened and the man left.

Man with gun

3:14 p.m. â€" A man with a gun left in a white four-door vehicle after a physical fight at Locust Street and Central Avenue.

Jewelry Thief

4:20 p.m. â€" A man grabbed jewelry and ran from John Borelli Jewelers, 9 N. School St.

Cussing Solicitor

5:28 p.m. â€" When a Live Oak Court man didn't want to buy from a female solicitor, she cussed at him. She had said she was with a Sacramento homeless shelter.

Drunken driver, knife included

6:14 p.m. â€" Two vehicles were chasing each other and police caught up and stopped one at Anderson Avenue and Swain Drive. The 34-year-old male driver was arrested for drunken driving, as well as having a knife on him.

Staggering, in a blanket

6:39 p.m. â€" A dark-haired woman was wrapped in a gray blanket and had been staggering up and down Olive Court for 15 minutes.

Two on two

10:23 p.m. â€" Two women and two men were throwing things at each other in the 600 block of Joaquin Street.

Drunk and stumbling

10:57 p.m. â€" A young, drunken woman was barely able to open her eyes as she stumbled around in USA Gas, 401 W. Kettleman Lane. She headed north on Lee Avenue, where police arrested the 18-year-old for public intoxication.


Explosive Devices

9:05 a.m. â€" Two explosive devices were found in a parking lot in the 1100 block of West Tokay Street. They were small and there was no sign of where they had come from.

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