Dispatch Desk: Berryville Police: Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 2021

Tuesday, December 7, 2021

A list of incident reports from the Berryville Police Department:

Nov. 26

A reported erratic driver was gone on arrival.

An officer spoke to apartment occupants about a reported stolen item.

An officer located a stolen item.

Nov. 27

An officer assisted after a traffic accident.

Nov. 29

An officer checked the area for reported loud music.

An officer checked the area for a reported suspicious vehicle.

An officer notified the fire department of a trash can fire.

An officer responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle.

An officer assisted with an assault call.

All was OK after a noise complaint.

Nov. 30

An officer responded to a report of loud music but heard no music.

An officer responded to reported suspicious subjects.

An officer searched for a reported suspicious subject.

An officer was on standby for emergency medical responders.

An officer was on standby for emergency medical responders.

An officer advised a caller to evict and unwanted resident.

An officer responded to a civil issue and advised a caller to obey the law.

An officer filed a report on a breaking and entering.

An officer checked the security video after a breaking and entering.

An officer responded to a traffic accident.

An officer spoke with the parties involved in a verbal domestic dispute.

An officer responded to a reported disturbance.

An officer separated the parties in a verbal domestic dispute.

An officer located the owner of a dog at large.

Dec. 1

An officer issued a warning during a traffic stop.

An officer notified the owner of a loose cow.

An officer filed a report on a two-vehicle accident.

An officer issued a citation after a two-vehicle accident.

An officer responded to a two-vehicle accident.

An officer took information on a two-vehicle accident.

An officer filed a report on property damage.

Dec. 2

An officer responded to a reported suspicious person.

A report of a prowler was unfounded.

A report of a woman screaming in the woods was unfounded.

An officer responded to a report of yelling in the woods.

An officer responded after management wanted a woman to leave a business after being in the bathroom for more than an hour.

An officer provided traffic control on the square.

All was well after an alarm.