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JULY 8, 5:40 A.M.

Police received a call about a female lying on Adams Boulevard behind a school. Police said the woman was just watching the clouds.

JULY 8, 5:13 P.M.

Police received a call about a large piece of debris in the middle of the road. Police discovered it was a part of someone’s roof that had blown off.

JULY 9, 7:13 P.M.

A person called police and told them a rattlesnake was curled up on the stairs. The caller told police the snake should reside elsewhere.

JULY 10, 12:39 P.M.

Two Ferraris were pulled over for driving recklessly and tailgating, police said.

JULY 10, 8:33 P.M.

Police received a call about a person driving erratically and then stopping in the middle of the road on Utah Street. The caller said the driver appeared to be passed out.

JULY 11, 4:34 A.M.

Police received a call about a man lying on the side of the road by an elementary school. Police said the man was unconscious and vomiting, and they found a bottle of medicine near him.

JULY 11, 6:47 P.M.

Police apprehended a man who then broke his hand while trying to run away while he was still handcuffed, police said.

JULY 13, 5:03 A.M.

A call came in about a man lying in a median, police said. The man said he had a bad back but declined a ride from police.

JULY 13, 12:43 P.M.

A man told police his bicycle was stolen while he was in jail.

JULY 13, 3:52 P.M.

Police received a call about a man hitting another man with a stick.

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