Weapon faker: Police searched a student who claimed to be carrying a knife, but did not find a weapon on the suspect. The student claimed he had made the statement as a joke.
Unruly student: A 14-year-old student allegedly attacked his 58-year-old female teacher because he was upset with an assignment. The victim received bruises and complained of soreness. The suspect will face assault charges.
Theft: An unknown suspect stole a generator from the back yard of a residence 123rd Place Northeast. The item is valued at $1,000.
Junk-filled car: A business owner called police to report that a vehicle full of garbage had been left near his place of business on 222nd Street Southwest. Police eventually contacted the owner of the abandoned vehicle.
Attempted burglary: A resident of 61st Avenue Northeast reported that his home had been broken into through a ground-level window while he was gone. Nothing appeared to be taken from his home. He has two large dogs.
Signs of a party: An assistant principal at Inglemoor High submitted for evidence a glass pipe used for smoking marijuana and a Budweiser box containing 10 beers. The items had been found on campus during the previous Friday.
Dog bite: A mailman was bit by a 2-year-old pit bull while discussing mail issues with the dog’s owner. The dog reportedly escaped from the home during the discussion. The incident occurred on 61st Avenue Northeast.