Dispatch Desk: Berryville Police: April 3-8, 2022

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

A list of incident reports from the Berryville Police Department:

April 3

• An officer responded to a business on an alarm, but all checked out OK.

• An officer responded to a residence on a report of a panic alarm, but all checked out OK.

• An officer responded to a residence on a report of a dog wrapped around a tree. The officer checked on the dog.

• An officer responded to a residence on a report of boys on bicycles being rude, but was unable to make contact.

• An officer responded to a residence on a call of a civil dispute, but no report was made.

• And officer responded to a business on a call of skateboarders on property.

• An officer responded to a business for a welfare check, and everything checked out OK.

April 4

• An officer responded to a residence for a welfare check, and everything checked out OK.

• An officer responded to a business for a possible trespasser, but couldn’t locate the individual.

• An officer responded to a residence and took a report on theft of property.

• An officer responded to a residence for a possible verbal domestic dispute, but all checked out OK.

April 5

• An officer took a report regarding a theft at a business.

• An officer responded to a residence and assisted EMS on an injured Ozark Regional Transit passenger.

• An officer responded to a business and took a report on a shoplifter.

• An officer responded to the emergency room on a call of a self-inflicted gunshot wound and spoke to the injured individual.

• An officer responded to a residence in reference to a possible domestic incident and took a report.

• An officer responded to two-vehicle traffic accident and took a report.

• Officers responded to a business on a domestic issue.

• An officer responded to a residence on a report of dogs kept in kennels.

• An officer responded to a residence on a report of suspicious activity.

• An officer responded to a residence on a complaint of a barking dog.

• An officer responded to a business in reference to a trespasser and made an arrest.

April 6

• An officer responded to a residence regarding an open door, but all checked out OK.

• An officer responded to a verbal domestic dispute.

• An officer responded to a government building for an alarm, but all checked out OK.

• An officer responded to a two vehicle accident and made a report.

April 7

• An officer took a report on a hit and run.

April 8

• An officer responded to a possible domestic issue but did not make a report.

• An officer responded to a business on an alarm, but all checked out OK.

• An officer took a report on illegal dumping.

• An officer responded to a residence in reference to a possible missing person, but didn’t locate the individual.

• An officer responded and transported a trespassing person.

• An officer responded to a 911 open line, but all checked out OK.

• And officer responded to a reckless driver, but couldn’t locate the individual.

• An officer responded to a call of kids unattended, but didn’t make a report when it was determined that the kids were old enough.

• An officer responded to a residence in reference to loud music and asked individuals to keep the music down.