* Keith Robertson, Schuman Drive – burglary (first degree)
* Joshua Cobb, Central Boulevard – wanted person (warrant service)
* Russell Young, Poplar Street – possession and use of drug related objects, obstructing or hindering law enforcement officers and headlights for bicycles
* Stefan Giles, Sand Hill Road – possession of firearms by convicted felons and first offender probationers
* Matthew May, Bluff Drive – civil matter and obstruction of law enforcement (misdemeanor)
* Ashley Moore, Millpond Road – wanted person (warrant service)
* Terry Holmes, Old Louisville Road – possession of marijuana less than one ounce and wanted person (warrant service)
* Jarrod King, Plantation Drive – driving while license suspended or revoked and taillight requirements
* Aliyah Lashae Washington, Highway 21 – driving while license suspended or revoked and knowingly driving motor vehicle on suspended, cancelled or revoked license
* Craig Bookter, Highway 119 – driving without license
* Harvey Road – A man stated that someone broke into his place of residence and stole his medications.
* McLaws Road – A woman advised that her client’s electrical panel and air conditioning unit and been tampered with by the client’s ex-girlfriend.
* Goshen Park Drive – A woman stated that an unknown person covered her vehicle with bird feces.
* Hodgeville Road – A woman stated that an acquaintance borrowed her vehicle that contained many valuable tools and never returned it.
* Pittman Drive – A woman stated that her husband grabbed her by the arms during an argument which left bruises.
* Helmy Drive – A man stated that his daughter left his house to pick up her husband, but she never returned. The daughter was later located after she became involved in a battery case with her husband over the custody of their child.
* Goshen Road – A woman stated that she was bitten on the lip by her aunt’s dog as she was going to leave her aunt’s home.
* Midland Road – A man stated that his daughter’s boyfriend had been sending him threatening and insulting text messages.
* Webb Road – A woman stated that a man stole one of the tires off her vehicle after promising to replace the transmission.
* Delafield Avenue – A man stated that he was threatened by the son of a woman that he sold his RV to.
* Aspen Drive – A woman stated that she was punched and pushed by her boyfriend while getting out of his vehicle.
* Mount Pleasant Road – A man stated that his friend pointed a shotgun at him while the two were drinking.
* Magnolia Drive North – A man stated that his friend stole the man’s car while the two were at a cookout.
* Allison Road – A woman stated that her daughter was attacked and bitten by her friend’s dog while she was at the friend’s house.
* Vintage Drive – A man stated that construction workers had failed to mark an underground power line which resulted in the line being cut by heavy machinery.
* Highway 80 – An intoxicated woman was spotted passed out in her vehicle in the parking lot of a convenience store.
* Tuckasee King Road – A drunk man urinated himself in an officer’s cruiser while being given a courtesy ride to his house.
* Highway 21 South – A woman stated that an acquaintance went to her place of work and threatened to choke the woman with a belt.
* Clyo Kildare Road – A woman stated that her ex-girlfriend had been sending her threatening messaged via text messages and social media.
* Walthour Road – A man stated that he was punched in the face by his estranged wife after he called her a whore.
* River Road Spur South – A woman stated that she bought a cell phone from an unknown person on social media before finding out that it was stolen.
* Shearouse Road – A woman stated that her son was bitten by a neighborhood dog while he was riding his bike.
* Rose Drive – A woman stated that she was bitten on the arm by her dog while she was trying to get it to stop fighting her other dogs.
* Roebling Road – A man stated that a dog entered his yard and attacked his pig.
* Old Augusta Road North – A woman stated that her uncle accidently fired a shotgun at her vehicle while spotting for deer.