Friday, April 26, 2013


Don't You Know Their Son Was Proud

A man and his former wife both attended their son's baseball game Thursday evening at a ball park in the 200 block of West Windsor Drive. The man started to argue with her, and the argument grew so heated and abusive that it disrupted the ball game. The game stopped, and coaches confronted the man and told him to leave. On his way out of the bleachers the man told his ex's new boyfriend that he would "put a bullet in your head." A case of assault by threat is being investigated.

Other reports

1200 block of West Oak Street -  A 24-year-old man told police about 2:30 a.m. Thursday that he and two friends were in his car when three men they didn't know came up to the car and began yelling at them. His friends got out of the car to confront the men, he said. Then he got out to break up the confrontation and was struck in the face.

100 block of Avenue A - A man drove his car up onto the sidewalk about 1:45 a.m. Thursday, scattering pedestrians in his wake. Police arrested him on a charge of DWI. A search turned up a quantity of marijuana and a pipe, and those charges were added as well.

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