Police, acting on an anonymous tip, found a 19-year-old living in a shed in a back yard on Meadow Lane Dec. 6.
The caller said the teen has been living there since his parents kicked him out. He had moved his belongings and a kerosene heater into the shed.
A report said the home is for sale and vacant because the owner already moved out of state.
When police visited the shed, they found the teen there. He agreed to leave.
The owner told police he did not want to pursue charges as long as the teen moved out.
Where's the Fire?
A passing motorist reported a "ball of smoke" coming from a garage on Drake Road about 8 a.m. Dec. 5.
Police found very light smoke coming from a gutter. It turned out to be from a dryer vent that goes into the attic.
Early Morning News
A man who walks at 5 a.m. on Brandywine Drive complained to police about a newspaper delivery person who yells at him as she drives past.
The carrier has also complained to police about the walker, saying he should stay out of the road.
Police said they would try to speak with both sides to resolve the ongoing problem.
Employees at chocolates called police about 5:30 p.m. Dec. 6 about a man who was ranting about the service he received at jewelers.
Employees at Jared, meanwhile, said the man was in the store for several hours, saying he wanted to spend $10,000 on his girlfriend.
He went back to his car without buying anything. They thought it was odd and noted his license plate number.
Neither store wants the man to return. They were told to call police if he does.