Eugene Police Department weekend wrap-up

44 Loud noise incidents
29 Theft incidents
17 Disorderly subject incidents
12 Burglary incidents
7 Assault incidents

The weekend police blotter

Incident: DUI
Location: 60 Division Ave., Fred Meyer gas station
When: Friday, Oct. 30
Time: 4:56 p.m.
What: An intoxicated man reportedly hit a parked car with his Chevrolet van in the parking lot of Fred Meyer’s gas station. The man came out of the store with alcohol, hit the car, then proceeded to step out of his van and run, leaving his wife in the van, a caller reported.

Incident: Dispute
Location: 2660 Tyler St.
When: Friday, Oct. 30
Time: 6:56 p.m.
What: One male unexpectedly had pizza thrown in his face after a dispute over the bill. Both subjects walked away from the dispute uninjured.

Incident: Alarm
Location: 3380 Bardell Ave.
When: Saturday, Oct. 31
Time: 1:14 a.m.
What: An angry woman stood outside of a company building shouting expletives at an intercom and demanding that someone tell her the passcode to get in. She attempted to obtain the passcode for 17 minutes before authorities arrived.

Incident: Criminal
Location: Avalon Street & Legacy Street
When: Saturday, Oct. 31
Time: 2:29 a.m.
What: Someone put hay bales several stacks high around a construction site, stole or damaged the street signs in the area, and spread pipes along Avalon street. When the police arrived, they could hear loud voices in the area, but did not catch any suspects.

Incident: Arson
Location: West 17th Avenue & Olive Street
When: Sunday, Nov. 1
Time: 2:52 a.m.
What: A man attempted to steal a motorcycle, but for unknown reasons, parked it in an alley and lit in on fire. The suspect fled the scene as the fire grew to two-foot-tall flames against a nearby building.

Incident: Loud noise
Location: 2220 Hilyard St.
When: Sunday, Nov. 1
Time: 7:24 a.m.
What: A party playing very loud music all night finally came to an end as the sun was coming up. Police received three loud noise complaints throughout the course of the weekend from the same caller, who reported the incident.

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