Dispatch Desk: Berryville Police: April 24-30, 2022

Tuesday, May 3, 2022

A list of incident reports from the Berryville Police Department:

April 24

• Officers responded to a business in reference to someone kicking doors.

April 25

• Officers responded to a residence in reference to a welfare check.

• An officer responded to a residence on a call of possible animal abuse.

• Officers responded to a business in reference to an assault and issued a citation.

• An officer responded to a business in reference to a report of harassment.

April 26

• An officer responded to a business on a call of shoplifting and made an arrest.

• An officer responded and assisted a motorist who had run out of gas.

• Officers responded to a business in reference to damaged property.

• An officer responded to a residence and assisted with a medical call.

• An officer responded to a residence regarding a noise complaint.

April 27

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

• An officer responded to a residence in reference to a disturbance, but all checked out OK.

• An officer responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle and told an individual to leave.

April 28

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

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

• Officers responded to a residence in reference to a verbal domestic disturbance and resolved the issue at the scene.

• Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person walking down a street, but all checked out OK.

April 29

• An officer responded to a business in reference to an alarm, and all checked out OK.

• An officer responded to a residence in reference to a fight in progress/domestic issue.

• An officer responded to a business in reference to someone yelling at a child, but were unable to locate anyone.

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

• An officer responded to a business and took a report on an animal cruelty claim.

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

• An officer responded to a residence on a report of a missing 16-year-old, but the individual was located.

April 30

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

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

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

• An officer responded to a report of a dog running loose and assisted in getting dog secured.

• An officer responded to a business in reference to loud music.

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

• An officer responded to a call of loose cows and notified the owners.

• An officer responded to a call of an individual walking and staggering, but couldn’t locate the person.

• An officer responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle, but were unable to locate anyone.