Dispatch Desk: Berryville Police: April 17-23, 2022

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

A list of incident reports from the Berryville Police Department:

April 17

• Officers responded to a business for a welfare check, but all was OK.

• An officer responded to a possible suicidal person and waited for EMS.

• Officers responded to a residence regarding a suspicious person, but all checked out OK.

• An officer responded to a business and assisted EMS with an unresponsive person, who was transported to the hospital.

• An officer responded to a residence and took a report on a possible missing person.

April 18

• An officer responded to a residence regarding a possible fight, but all parties had left before an officer arrived.

• An officer responded to a residence for a welfare check, but all was OK.

• An officer responded to a business and assisted a motorist.

April 19

• An officer responded to a business on a call of an unattended armored vehicle, but all checked out OK.

• An officer responded on a call of a person who was possibly overdosed and took a report.

• An officer responded to a business for a private property accident and took a report.

April 20

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

• An officer responded to a report of a reckless driver, but could not locate the vehicle.

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

•An officer responded to a possible suspicious vehicle but all checked out OK.

• Officers responded to a business on a report of a domestic situation and told the parties to leave.

April 21

• An officer responded to a residence in regard to a civil matter.

• An officer responded to a residence regarding a welfare check, and all was OK.

• An officer responded to an address on a noise complaint.

April 22

• An officer responded to a residence on a call of a barking dog, but all was OK.

• An officer responded to a two-vehicle accident.

• An officer responded to a report of an individual walking in the middle of the road, but was unable to make contact.

• An officer responded to a business on a report of a hit and run and took a report.

• An officer responded to a business on a call of a possible domestic threat and took a report.

April 23

• An officer responded to a business on a false alarm.

• An officer responded to a residence for a dog at large and took a report.

• An officer responded to a business for a false alarm.

• An officer responded to a residence on a 911 hang up, but all checked out OK.

• An officer responded to a residence on a domestic incident, but no report was taken.

• An officer responded to a residence on a report of a suicidal individual and assisted EMS.

• An officer responded to a business regarding an irate individual, but could not locate them.

• Officers responded to a residence for a verbal domestic incident and separated the individuals for the night.