A man called police shortly before midnight on New Year's Eve to complain that he went for a massage in a room at Kings Inn, but didn't get it.
The man said he gave a woman some money, but then a man came in the room, took the cash and kicked him out.
He said he was waiting in the parking lot, but an officer couldn't find him.
The jilted customer then called back to say the man who took his money had come out and started throwing things at him, so he left and was on his way to the police station.
The officer returned to the station, but the man never showed up.
A family on Clipper Cove Drive came home to find someone was apparently using their garage as a clubhouse while they were on vacation.
The residents returned Jan. 1 to find the garage smelled of cigarettes.
Also, the garbage can was full of trash that wasn't theirs.
More New Year's Mayhem
Police were asked to visit three parties between 10 and 10:30 p.m. on New Year's Eve.
Underage parties were reported on Greenwood Drive and Fairfield Place, but kids weren't found drinking at either one.
At the first, a homeowner said some juveniles had brought alcohol over earlier, but they were asked to leave. No one at the party appeared to have been drinking.
At the other, the guests all appeared to be in their late 20s, a report said.
On Yarrow Trail, neighbors complained about a big party with loud music or singing.
The host said the DJ was just wrapping up the music for the evening.
Drunk Driver? No
Police pulled over a woman on I-71 about 7 a.m. Jan. 2 after another motorist reported she was weaving.
Officers found the woman, from Medina, was just nervous driving her brand new car and wasn't familiar with it yet.
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