A Howe Road woman told police April 17 her neighbor had been shooting rabbits in her back yard.
She said she didn't report it at the time because she didn't want to get him in trouble.
Police spoke with the man, who admitted to killing the bunnies. He said the rabbits in the neighbor's yard have been a nuisance.
He agreed not to do it again.
A 15-year-old girl walking her dog on Ellsworth Drive was followed by a man in a silver car about 5:30 p.m. April 18.
A report said the man kept turning around and following her until she got home.
Police gave the teen advice on identification and escape techniques, and told her to report something like that right away.
Boys Beg for Bus Fare
Two young boys were asking people at Walmart for money to get a bus home about 8 p.m. April 18, but said they didn't know where they lived.
When asked where their parents were, they said at work, but didn't know whre that was.
Police found the youngsters and an teenage brother were staying at . They had been visiting an aunt at Chestnut Lakes apartments and their mother was supposed to pick them up, but she did not.
Ringing in the New Day
A Spyglass Hill resident complained shortly after midnight April 19 that someone was ringing her doorbell and wouldn't stop.
Police found it was an inside job, so to speak -- the doorbell was malfunctioning.