LIVING IN THE CAR OUTSIDE OF TOWN
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WHO IS THAT MAN?: At 10:37 a.m. Feb. 17, police were called the open space area behind the 500 block of Trailwood Circle on a report of a suspicious person. The reporting party told police that she observed a male walking in the open space, laying down in the weeds and then after a short time he got up. She said he was smoking something and then started walking toward Walnut Street. Police could not locate anyone matching the description of a white man wearing a long hooded coat.
PIG SIGN IN TOWN: At 5 p.m. Feb. 18, police were called about a Windshire subdivision sign at 15th and Jacoby that had graffiti all over it. Police did find a sign that had pink and light green spray painted on it, and also a picture of a pig with the word “oink” under it. There was a happy face with the words “We See U” on it, too.