Trying to Take Down Buildings
Thursday, May 10 at 12:23 p.m.
Police were called to the Sussex Walgreens on the corner of Hwy 164 and Main Street on Thursday afternoon after a car – well – slipped up. A 78-year-old driver pulled into the parking and began applying pressure to the brakes before his foot slipped, slamming on the accelerator. When police arrived, the man had his car wedged between two concrete barrier pillars in front of Walgreens.
Thursday, May 10 at 9:54 p.m.
A father and son got into a brawl at the son’s home on the W233N6400 block of Kneiske Drive on Thursday, and police had to be called to resolve the dispute. While the report doesn’t indicate what the fight was about, it says the 49-year-old father visited the 30-year-old son’s house to collect some items, and a fight ensued. The son pushed the father up against a door and shoved him before police arrested him.
Consider Yourself Keyed
Saturday, May 12 at 4:41 p.m.
Police were called to the N74W23300 block of South Ridgeview Circle after a mother found giant scratches on her car. The 70-year-old woman was parked outside her daughter’s home, and when she returned to her vehicle, she found what looked like key scratches down her car. Police have no record as to how much damage was caused.
Driving Under the Influence… of What?
Saturday, May 12 at 7:46 p.m.
A phone call was made to police Saturday evening after a driver noticed someone on the road swerving and driving very erratically near Pick ‘n Save on Main Street. A 65-year-old Town of Lisbon man was arrested for operating under the influence, but not of alcohol. Police took blood to determine what got the man so intoxicated. The report states police believe the man might have taken some pain medication causing the erratic driving.