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This week’s Law & Order features a vicious Pomeranian terrorizing unsuspecting bicyclists

Vicious Pomeranian:

On Oct. 14 at 3:30 p.m. an officer was dispatched to the 900 block of Columbine Drive on a report of a, "vicious Pomeranian at large." The call reported a vicious Pomeranian on the loose, barking at and intimidating bicyclists. When the officer arrived, he saw the small black dog, and followed it for a while, and the dog walked up to the front door of a home. As the dog didn't seem to display any aggression, he knocked on the door of the home. A woman answered the door, and asked the dog, "How did you get out?" It was written in the police report that, "No response was forthcoming from the dog, which walked inside." The case was cleared.

Just say no to parking in front of others' homes:

On Oct. 13 at 12:02 p.m. an officer was dispatched to the 1600 block of Kelmsley Court. A man had reported that his neighbor's friend parked in front of his house. When the officer arrived, he met with the owner of the car, who had moved it by then. The neighbor who made the complaint said he was sick of his neighbor and his friends smoking weed, and the car parked in front of his house was the last straw and he became very irritated and called the police. The owner of the car was advised not to park in front of the neighbor's house and the case was cleared.

Found jiujitsu gi:

On Oct. 12, a call came in to Windsor police of a jiujitsu gi, the pants and kimono-like top worn while practicing martial arts, was a traffic hazard, lying in the middle of 7th Street near Locust. The officer collected the gi and it has been logged for safe keeping until the owner comes forward.

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