- An officer responded to a report of a sick raccoon on a resident’s property on Cherry Valley Rd. and killed the animal.
- A man hitting golf balls in the baseball field near the Westinghouse Recreation Center was told by police that doing so is prohibited.
- Police arrested Marcus W. Harvey, 59, and charged him with simple assault after a domestic dispute. According to the incident report, Harvey admitted to slapping his 15-year-old daughter’s face multiple times after an argument.
- An officer assisted North Braddock police in taking into custody a man who was shooting at a house on Stokes Ave.
- An officers assisted Braddock police in apprehending a man who was reported to have been carrying a gun and walking onto people’s porches. Police took him into custody after a foot chase but didn’t find a gun on him.
- Officers broke up a fight between two men and advised one to leave the other’s house.
- Police killed a sick possum on the 100 block of Elmore Rd. The animal was found shaking on the sidewalk, according to the incident report.
- A naked man who threatened to jump out of a window was detained by Braddock and Forest Hills police officers. Officers used a taser on the man and chased him after he ran out of the back of the ambulance before they were able to transport him from the scene.
- Police assisted the fire department in responding to a small fire at 403 Fillmore Rd. that broke out around 4 p.m. According to the police report, nobody was home when a fire started in a second-floor bedroom. Firemen rescued a dog from the house and extinguished the fire.
- An officer assisted Braddock police in breaking up a verbal domestic dispute.
- A woman reported that a sub-woofer and amplifier had been stolen from her car while it was parked on Filmore Rd. She thought the incident occurred during the weekend, when she was out of town.
- An officer took a man to Forbes Regional Hospital after he was threatening suicide in the back yard of his Kenmore Ave. apartment.
- Police responded to a report of an intoxicated man wandering around Rockwood Ave. after a neighbor dispute. An officer found the man in his apartment and advised him to stay there until he sobered up.