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June 27: Suspicious acts — A girl was riding her bike home when she saw a heavy set man riding in a red pickup on Rubin Wells Road. She said the man kept circling around her, stopping to ask if she had a boyfriend. The man then asked her if she wanted to go for a ride. The girl said no and hurried home to call her mother. Her mother advised her to call the police.

June 28: Criminal trespass — A woman living on Curtis Road reported she thought someone was damaging her property. The woman said she noticed a small cut on a tire on her car. Not thinking anything was suspicious, she had it replaced. She said the next day, her car’s two rear tires appeared to have been cut and damaged. She later noticed someone had also punched two holes in her backyard, above-ground pool.

June 29: Dog bite — A woman reported that her chihuahua was bitten by a neighbor’s big dog while walking along Kristen Lane in Midway.

The chihuahua had a large puncture wound on its chest and, after the woman filed the police report, she rushed the dog to a veterinarian for care.

Police confronted the neighbor who admitted his dog attacked the chihuahua but said the chihuahua was not on a leash.

The neighbor said he would pay the veterinarian bills.

July 2: Criminal trespass — A man walked into his Loyal Lane house and found a stranger standing in his living room. The man chased after the stranger and tackled him in the driveway.

The man reported he fought with the intruder for several minutes but the man eventually broke free and ran away. He reported the intruder was about 5-feet-11-inches tall and 180 pounds.

The man ran into the woods off Mary Todd Road.

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