“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 November 20, GPD assisted the Fire Department with a CO2 alarm on Center Street.
On November 20, GPD assisted Canandaigua PD with a missing person follow up on Lakeville Road.
On November 20, GPD responded to Meadow Drive in the Highlands Apartments for a violation of an order of protection.
On November 20, GPD responded to Meadow Drive in the Highlands Apartments for a female unable to care for herself. She was transported to an area hospital.
On November 21, GPD responded to 137 Main Street for an intoxicated male being rude and obnoxious.
On November 21, GPD responded to Elm Street for a report of damage to a vehicle.
On November 21, GPD responded to a residence on Prospect Street for a domestic.
On November 22, GPD assisted the ambulance at Wal-Mart for a medical issue.
On November 22, GPD responded to 71 Main Street for an harassment complaint. There was a fight inside the bar. (A follow-up by the GeneseeSun.com found that no one was injured or arrested as part of this complaint.)
On November 22, GPD stopped a vehicle on Center Street and the driver was charged with possession of marihuana.
On November 22, GPD responded to the Livingston Plaza for an audible alarm.
On November 23, GPD responded to Laughlin Lane for a domestic.
On November 23, GPD assisted the fire department with a oven fire at an apartment on Meadow Drive in the Highlands Apartments.
On November 23, GPD received a report of harassment on Meadow Drive, in the Highlands Apartments.
On November 23, GPD stopped a vehicle on Lima Road and the operator was charged with having a suspended license.