July 20: Disorderly conduct — A deputy responded to a call at a personal care home, where a woman told him that a man there made a comment that upset her. When she went inside to “cool off,” the man walked by and she picked up a knife, grabbed the man by the shirt, drew the knife and told the man to apologize. He did and the woman released him. The woman was arrested for disorderly conduct.
July 23: Burglary — A deputy who went to check out a reported burglary in Midway was told by the complainant that someone had broken into his house through the back door and stolen some ice cream from his freezer. Nothing else was missing. The resident said he’d been at work when his home was burglarized, and all the windows and doors were shut and locked. The back door apparently was damaged during the break-in and could no longer be locked, so the property landlord was called.
July 24: Criminal trespass — A deputy spoke to the complainant’s two children, who reported that their biological father showed up at their home unannounced and without permission. He reportedly told them he was “sorry for everything” and announced he was moving to Tennessee because he had lost everything. The man told his daughter he’d been following her while she was driving her car, which she said scared her. The children’s mother said the man had given up all parental rights to the children in 2006 and, under a verbal agreement, he was not to have any contact with them.