Police were called to the Towers at Falling Water on Pearl Road by someone who found bones in the parking lot.
The caller said they appeared to be human bones.
Uh, no. A report said the bones belonged to a small rodent. "It had a tail, whatever it was," the report said.
A woman asked police to look into an unusual call from a young child Sept. 1.
The woman told police she was at about 3 p.m. when a young girl called her daughter's cell phone and said, "Help me."
She took the phone to talk to the girl, but an adult got on and said it was her child and everything was fine.
The woman had a party to host, but called police about 1:15 a.m., saying she couldn't stop thinking about the girl, worried it might not have actually been her parent on the phone.
Residents on Fairfax Lane got concerned when they got home and found lights on in their house shortly before midnight Sept. 1.
Police checked the inside and outside and found no signs that anyone had been in the home.
Walmart employees called police about 2:45 pm. Sept. 2 after seeing a man load up his card with $2,000 worth of DVDs.
Security officers believed the man was going to run.
They called back, however, and said the man had dumped the DVDs before leaving the store.
Mischief on Wilma Drive
A resident reported teens knocking on her door and throwing firecrackers about 11 p.m. Sept. 1.
They were gone when police arrived.