SATURDAY, SEPT. 8
Open Door Overnight
While on patrol, an officer found an open door to a building in downtown Batavia at 4:02 a.m. The interior was searched and no evidence of criminal activity was found. The door was secured and the keyholder was notified.
Underage and Intoxicated
- A 16-year-old Batavia boy was observed at 12:38 a.m. attempting to gain access to a bar downtown. The boy was intoxicated, according to a police report. He was taken into custody, transported to the Police Department, processed and released to his father.
- An officer responded to a home on Batavia's east side at 11:28 p.m. Sept. 7 for a report of runaway 13-year-old girl. The girl returned home while the officer was there. She was visibly intoxicated, according to a police report.
The family in each of the incidents above received a referral to Victims Services.
An officer responded to the first block of North Mallory Avenue at 12:11 a.m. for a report of an unknown boy attempting to enter a home. A search did not turn up anything. The incident is considered suspicious.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 7
A man reported at 10 p.m. that he and his neighbor, who lives on the 100 block of North College Street, had a verbal dispute that turned physical when the neighbor pushed and then kicked the man's leg. The man was not injured and did not want to file charges.
An officer stood by for a man who was being treated for an accidental overdose at a medical clinic on the west side at 2:15 p.m. Paramedics transported the man to a hospital.
- A woman from Batavia's east side reported the theft of her Canon 35mm camera at 1:15 p.m. The value of the camera was unknown at the time of the report.
- A man from Batavia's west side reported at 12:10 p.m. that someone entered his open garage and took a Diamondback BMX bike valued at $150.
Magic Marker Damage
Someone drew on the fountain pump station building on the 100 block of Houston Street with a magic marker. An officer reported the marking at 9:25 a.m.
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