GENESEO – The Geneseo Police Department released the following activity report to local media.
Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian said that the activity reports are intended to give local residents a direct glimpse into the day-to-day activities of the Geneseo Police Department.
“We want residents to know what our officers are doing in their community,” said Osganian. “These days, we think it’s important that people get to see what the police do in local neighborhoods besides investigating crimes and making arrests, from getting dogs out of hot cars at Walmart to responding to medical emergencies with EMS to visiting someone’s house because they think something doesn’t feel right.”
On August 28, GPD filed complaints with Code Enforcement, regarding plastic cups and garbage left on numerous yards in the Court Street and Orchard Street areas.
On August 28, GPD responded to a residence on Court Street for a trespassing report.
On August 28, GPD responded to Groveland Rd to assist the ambulance.
On August 28, GPD responded to Center Street to assist the ambulance.
On August 28, GPD responded to Clayton Heights to assist the ambulance.
On August 29, GPD responded to Clayton Heights to assist the ambulance.
On August 29, GPD officers found a deer stuck in the metal fence on Avon Road. Officers used a car jack to widen the fence to free the deer.
On August 30, GPD took a report of an harassment occurring at the Country Lane Apartments.
On August 30, GPD responded to Clayton Heights to assist the ambulance.
On August 30, GPD responded to the Country Lane Apartments to assist the ambulance.
On August 30, GPD responded to an apartment on Court Street for a welfare check, as a male seemed confused and walked into another person’s apartment.
On August 31, GPD, along with the ambulance, responded to an apartment on Main Street for a 20 year old female that was intoxicated. An unlawful dealing investigation was started to determine where the alcohol was obtained.