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LCSO blotter
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Oct. 8: Suspicious activity — A deputy was sent to a Thomas Road home on an alarm call. The occupant said she heard her front door wiggle, which triggered the alarm. When she looked out the window, she said she saw two juveniles running away. She said she also heard loud noises on the roof and thought someone had been up there, too. The deputy did not see any fresh footprints or disturbed soil in the area where the complainant said the juveniles had been. The complainant said she heard noises a few weeks ago and called deputies, who told her raccoons had been causing the disturbance.

Oct. 9: Simple battery — A parent complained to a school resource officer that her grandson had been bullied at a local middle school. The officer met with the school principal, who showed the officer a video and let him talk with the child. The officer found no evidence to support any form of bullying.

Oct. 10: Control of vicious dog, leash law violation and liability for damage done by dogs — A resident of Earle Street in Midway reported that three pit-bull-type dogs attacked his small pug while the pug was outside in the complainant’s fenced yard. The dog was taken to a veterinarian, who said the pet was in serious condition with several lacerations and bites. The owner of the three other dogs said that one dog broke free from its chain and jumped the fence and that the other two followed suit. She reportedly offered to cover the medical expenses incurred for the injured pug.

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