Black Diamond police reports

DOMESTIC TROUBLE: At approximately 3:15 a.m. Sept. 1, officers were dispatched to a domestic verbal dispute in the 32400 blk of Third Avenue. It was determined nothing physical took place. The male, who had been drinking, was asked to leave the residence for the evening.

LINE CUT: A business in the 31500 block of Third Avenue reported Aug. 30 sometime throughout the night someone had cut the cable line to the business. No entry was made.

MARIJUANA: A vehicle was stopped in the 34000 block of Third Avenue Aug. 25 for a traffic violation and the officer noticed an odor of burnt marijuana when talking to the 25-year-old male driver. When asked if he had any marijuana in the vehicle, the driver, along with the 22-year-old male passenger, released their marijuana and drug paraphernalia to the officer. The driver was cited for speeding, no vehicle insurance and possession of marijuana. The passenger was cited for possession of both marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

MORE MARIJUANA: An officer stopped a vehicle for expired tabs in the 29200 block of 216th Avenue Aug. 25. An odor of burnt marijuana was detected when the officer approached the 22-year-old male driver. The driver admitted having marijuana in the vehicle and handed the officer a pill bottle with marijuana in it. A K-9 unit responded and an additional bag of marijuana and drug paraphernalia was found. The driver was cited for driving with a suspended license, having no vehicle insurance, expired tabs and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The vehicle was impounded.

DISTRAUGHT: A distraught individual arrived at the police department Aug. 25 and began to yell profanities at city staff and made inappropriate gestures. As he left, he continued making inappropriate gestures and disturbed a city meeting by shaking doors and yelling. The subject then left the building. Later, he began to yell at officers from several blocks away. The officers contacted him and when advised he was under arrest the man ran into a residence to evade arrest. He was taken into custody moments later without incident and booked into jail.

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