An alarm brought police to , 16670 Royalton Rd., shortly before midnight Jan. 23.
It was a false alarm, a report said.
After they left, the alarm company called back to say it was receiving more trips.
Police returned to the restaurant and determined a hamburger figure with waving arms that was on the bar may have been setting off the alarms.
An 88-year-old woman told police she believes someone is coming in and putting food in her refrigerator.
Officers reported the woman is fine and just needed someone to talk to.
Truck Parts Stolen
Two magnetic light bars were stolen from the top of two plow trucks on Cook Avenue early Jan. 23.
The light bars were worth about $350.
Cell Phone Fight
Police got involved in a dispute between two parents as to whether a 6-year-old should have a cell phone.
The father told officers he took the phone away from the child after he picked her up Jan. 23 because he doesn't think a 6-year-old should have a phone.
He said he forgot to give the phone back when the child's mother picked her up. The mom said she was filing theft charges.
The dad dropped the phone off at the police station for the mom to retrieve.
A Cherry Tree Drive man called police about 10 p.m. Jan 24 after a man came to his door, saying he wanted to live there.
Police determined the visitor lived a few doors away and was confused. He went to his own apartment.
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