Windsor Law & Order for Aug. 30 | MyWindsorNow.com

Windsor Law & Order for Aug. 30

Staff reports

Man lights balloon on fire

At 8:29 p.m. Aug. 25, police were dispatched to Boardwalk Park, 100 North Sixth St., because a woman reported someone setting a balloon on fire and leaving in a light colored vehicle. Police were unable to locate the vehicle so they contacted the woman who reported it. She said she saw a man get of a vehicle with a large balloon in his hands. She said it took several minutes for the balloon to fill and as she walked past him he lit it on fire and let it go over the lake. She said she balloon traveled west toward the high school. Police could not locate the balloon or the person involved.

Manager calls police when people try to walk through drive-thru: At 9:31 p.m. Aug. 24, police were dispatched to Dairy Queen, 1299 Main St., because three people were trying to walk through the drive-thru. The woman who called the police, a manager at the restaurant, said the three were trying to walk through the drive-thru, but that was not allowed. The officer met with a man he knew from previous contacts and the man said he wanted to walk through the drive-thru since he didn't want to drive. The officer told the man if he did not follow the restaurant's rule he could be trespassing. The man said he didn't know the other people and he understood.

Woman finds couch in front yard: At 8:25 p.m. Aug. 23, police were dispatched to the 200 block of Chestnut Street because a woman found a black leather couch in her front yard. The woman said someone had either left it there or it has fallen out of someone's vehicle. The woman said she didn't know where it came from and just found it there when she got home that afternoon. She said she would just leave it there overnight in case someone came back for it and get rid of it the next day if no one did.

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