Weekend Police Blotter

Eugene Police Department Weekend Wrap-Up
From noon Friday, Nov. 13 to noon Sunday, Nov. 15
35 Theft incidents
21 Disorderly subject incidents
15 Burglary incidents
13 Assault incidents
12 Loud noise incidents

The Weekend Police Blotter

Incident: Suspicious Subjects
Location: 100 Coburg Road
When: Friday, Nov. 13
Time: 7:23 p.m.
What: Three men reportedly stopped cars in parking lots, asking women to roll down their windows and tell them if they liked women’s fragrances in an attempt to sell products.

Incident: Shots Fired
Location: 2490 Lawrence St.
When: Friday, Nov. 13
Time: 9:39 p.m.
What: Six gunshots were heard coming from a water storage reservoir. Silence followed until the caller was on the phone with emergency response teams, when more shots were fired. The shooter fled the scene.

Incident: Disorderly Subjects
Location: 1448 Hilyard St.
When: Saturday, Nov. 14
Time: 2:19 a.m.
What: A caller reported four males throwing beer bottles at his truck. The men continued to throw bottles, fleeing just before police arrived on the scene.

Incident: Animal at Large
Location: Division Avenue and Beltline Road
When: Saturday, Nov. 14
Time: 10:51 a.m.
What: A local resident saw a horse being chased by its owner. The caller reported many tried to stop the horse, but it paid no attention to their attempts.

Incident: Illegal Burning
Location: Emerald Valley BMX Track, 2715 Leo Harris Parkway
When: Sunday, Nov. 15
Time: 7:17 a.m.
What: A fire, supposedly being used for warmth, had been built under the bleachers at Emerald Valley BMX track, a caller told police. The fire was extinguished because the bleachers were made out of wood and grass surrounded the area.

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