Dispatch Desk: Berryville Police: Feb. 21-27, 2021

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

A list of incident reports from the Berryville Police Department:

Feb. 21

• Officers responded to a report of a trespasser and made contact with the individual, who was told to leave the property.

• Officers were dispatched to a 911 call and spoke with the resident, who said the call was accidental.

• Officers responded to a medical call to provide assistance to EMS personnel.

Feb. 22

• Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle. All was well.

• Officers responded to house fire in a standby capacity in support of the Berryville Fire Department.

• Officers responded to a report of a suspicious house fire. A report was taken.

• Officers were dispatched to assist a motorist with a stalled vehicle. EMS checked on the driver. All was well.

• Officers responded to an alarm at a local business. All was well.

• Officers responded to an alarm at a local business. It was determined to be a false alarm.

• Officers were dispatched to a local business to investigate reports of dumpster divers. They were advised not to trespass.

Feb. 23

• Officers responded to a report of dogs at large. The owners were advised to keep their dogs leashed or in a kennel.

• Officers were dispatched to a report of trespassing. The individuals were advised not to trespass.

• Officers responded to a two-vehicle accident. Information was taken from both drivers.

• Officers responded to a two-vehicle accident. A report was filed.

• Officers responded to a two-vehicle accident. Information was taken from both drivers.

• Officers responded to report of dogs roaming free. The dogs were gone upon arrival.

• Officers were dispatched to a traffic accident on private property. A report was filed.

Feb. 24

• Officers were dispatched to a single-vehicle traffic accident. Photos and information were taken at the scene. The driver was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

• Officers responded to a possible domestic disturbance. On arrival, they found one party on the scene. The caller left before the officers arrived.

Feb. 25

• Officers took a report regarding harassment of an individual.

• Officers responded to a possible domestic disturbance. On arrival, one party was found to have an active warrant and in possession of drugs. An arrest was made.

• Officers responded to a local business to investigate a report of shoplifting. A citation was issued and an arrest was made.

• Officers responded to a local business regarding an alarm. The building was foudn to be secure.

• Officers were dispatched to investigate a 911 hangup. All was well.

Feb. 26

• Officers responded to a medical call to provide assistance to EMS personnel.

• Officers responded to a local residence to assist EMS with a female subject that had fallen. EMS also requested a locksmith to drill the lock at the residence.

• Officers took a report regarding found property.

• Officers were dispatched to reports of threats being made but were unable to make contact with anyone.

• Officers took a report regarding found paraphernalia.

• Officers were dispatched to a two-vehicle accident. Information was taken and a report filed.

Feb. 27

• Officers were dispatched to investigate a 911 call requesting assistance. The caller said he didn’t need help.

• Officers investigated a report of a fire and determined it to be a controlled burn.

• Officers responded to a report of a stalled vehicle in the roadway. On arrival, they were unable to make contact with anyone.

• Officers investigated a report of a fire and determined it to be a controlled burn.

• Officers were dispatched to investigate reports of trespassing in the backyard of a residence and checked both inside and outside the residence. No one was found.

• Officers responded to request from a subject who said he wanted to speak with an officer. On arrival, a male said he didn’t assistance, so the officers left.

• Officers were dispatched to investigate an open line on a 911 call. All was well.

• Officers were dispatched to investigate a 911 hangup. All was well.

• Officers were dispatched to investigate an open line on a 911 call. All was well.