Friday, Feb. 22
6 p.m. — Credit Union, 133 Commerce Drive, suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. The vehicle was gone before officers arrived.
Sunday, Feb. 24
3:30 p.m. — 300 block Opportunity Way, rescue squad requested assistance with a combative patient.
Tuesday, Feb. 26
2 p.m. — Opportunity Way, Keystone High School, five wild turkeys were at the front door of the school. They were caught and transported by animal wildlife officer to be released.
9:55 p.m. — 100 block Keywood Blvd., resident reported seeing a suspicious vehicle. Officers arrived and found two people sitting inside the vehicle talking.
Tuesday, Feb. 19
6:54 p.m. — 1000 block Vivian Drive, a woman called after her 35-year-old son-in-law locked himself in a room. She told officers he has been “distraught lately.” The residents attempted to bang on the door to get his attention, but he refused to answer.
Wednesday, Feb. 20
11:33 p.m. — 1000 block Vivian Drive, a man called and wanted to know who broke down his door when EMS took him to the hospital on Feb. 19. He wanted to know if the police broke down his door and if they have to pay for it. He was advised to call back during regular business hours.
Saturday, Feb. 23
6:18 p.m. — Timber Trail, a resident requested an officer check the street for “vehicles parked in a fire lane.” He stated that he received a ticket for a fire lane violation the week before and “if something isn’t done, he will file a complaint against the Grafton Police Department.” Officers arrived and had the motorists move their vehicles.
Monday, Feb. 25
8:07 a.m. — 1000 block Wellfleet Drive, a resident flagged down an officer to request extra patrol of the area because he believes someone is taking his firewood.
4:33 p.m. — Grafton Police Department, a woman arrived at the station to advise that a woman driving a vehicle on Center Street was partially parked on the curb and leaning back in her seat with her mouth open. The caller said she was concerned for the driver’s safety. Everything checked out OK.