A Hazelwood Drive woman was walking in the neighborhood about 6:45 a.m. Sept. 22 when she heard noises coming from a car parked on Fairtree Drive.
The windows were down, and the radio and wipers were on.
Officers spoke with a resident, who said a woman was sleeping in the car. He said she didn't feel well and he didn't want to wake her.
Police turned off the wipers and radio, but left the windows down and the woman sleeping.
Security called police to SouthPark Mall about 4:20 a.m. Sept. 22 after a man was seen walking in the building.
Police located the man, who works at a restaurant in the food court and didn't know employees weren't allowed in until 6 a.m.
Officers took him to the police station lobby to wait until he could go to work.
Neighbors complained about a dog on Hunting Meadows Drive that barks all the time.
The dog was in the house when officers arrived. A report said the owners were polite, but asked the officer to relay the message and leave.
The officer asked them not to let the dog out while he was there, but they did anyway. The dog did charge at the officer, but in a playful way, the report said.
The dog then went to the property line and began to bark at nothing.
A caller reported kids drinking beer in a yard on Trenton Avenue, and also carrying cases of beer into the house.
Police found a group of high school students there, but no alcohol. It appears someone "was not invited and made the call," a report said.