Blogs > Saratogian Newsroom

The Saratogian Newsroom blog, complete with thoughts and commentary from our newsroom staff and regular posts on happenings around town.

Monday, December 17

Blotters for the last few days: Dec. 14 - Dec. 17

Haven't posted the blotter in a while, but here is the last four days of it.

Dec. 13 at 177 S. Broadway: “Two white females dressed in red came into the store and threw coffee on the floor”

West Avenue, Dec. 14 at just after midnight.: Reports of an intoxicated male “unable to get onto bicycle.” He was transported home, though there was no indication whether it was a police officer driving him there.

On Nelson Avenue at about 8:30 a.m. Dec. 14 there was a report of a “possible 6 or 7 year old female wearing pink coat walking in circles.” Not sure why that was a problem, but the girl was waiting for the school bus and was observed getting on it about an hour later. Long wait, I guess.

Here is the blotter entry about the reports of a gun being flashed Friday night at Cumberland Farms on Geyser Road:
4:27 p.m.: “Caller requests assistance with a dispute possible road rage incident that occurred Cumberland Farms on Geyser Road. Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office looking for two vehicles white SUV … possible weapon in vehicle. Also second vehicle burgundy Grand Prix with no plate available Possible black male operating vehicle Park Police advise they are checking the park.
4:30 p.m.: “Vehicle stop Geyser Road School white SUV.” I saw that traffic stop, actually, and it turned out to be the alleged victim. About 15 minutes later it was sent to Cumberland Farms to talk to the officers there. “Victim states did not see a weapon units clear.”
The Sheriff’s Department handled the case and did not provide much info afterward. I was told it was not what it seemed, though.

5:20 p.m. Friday there was a report of a possible vehicle stolen. I’ll see if there is anything to that later.

Just after midnight Saturday night, a woman reported being pushed out of a moving vehicle by her boyfriend. Police caught up with him a few minutes later but did not make an arrest.

Shortly thereafter, an intoxicated subject on Caroline Street requested EMS “for voices in his head.”
Anyway, that was my takeaway from the weekend's blotters. If you want to read what else the police were up to, below are the days' blotters. In case you hadn't noticed, I've been posting them for the last couple weeks.

December 14, 2012 Blotter Blotter 121412 December 15, 2012 Blotter Blotter 121512 December 16, 2012 Blotter Blotter 121612 December 17, 2012 Blotter Blotter 121712

Labels: ,


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gee, I'm glad there were no fireworks that night, the police would have been too busy handling the crowd rather than protecting the citizens.

December 21, 2012 at 4:17 PM 

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home