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    Naked man running on train tracks by Nord Avenue

    Illustration by Liz Coffee

    Chico Police Department

    Wednesday, 6:17 a.m.: Disturbance on Helen’s Donuts on Main Street. “Male subject inside the business. He ate a donut and now cannot pay and is yelling. Subject has a pocket knife in his hand but he did not threaten reporting party with it.”

    Wednesday, 8:08 a.m.: Disturbance on West East Avenue. “Reporting party states male subject asking people for money. When turned down subject threatened reporting party and husband saying ‘don’t make me hit you MF’ and called reporting party various foul names.”

    Wednesday, 10:13 p.m.: Domestic dispute on Salem Street. “Unknown female approached reporting party’s house and stated she was attacked by her boyfriend. No medical needed. Female can only say to reporting party that she was treating to sneak out, male caught her and beat her up. Female is crying and can’t give further information. Subject was provided with Catalyst information.”

    Thursday, 5:55 p.m.: Forgery at Celestino’s on East Avenue. “Reporting party’s ex-roommate is the manager of this restaurant. Reporting party has on-going issue with items missing from his apartment. Reporting party did find some of his property in the roommate’s box of property when roommate moved out. Reporting party received a call from the fraud department of Wells Fargo Visa today to report a series of charges starting on Oct. 5. There are several other charges in town that he did not make. The Celestino’s charge is suspicious because the ex-roommate manages that restaurant.”

    Thursday, 11:25 p.m.: Drunk in public on Manzanita Court. “Male subject inside talking about the Korean War. He keeps saying something is going to happen in 13 minutes. Currently sitting at a table. Subject had been getting belligerent. Reporting party trying to keep him calm.”

    Friday, 6:37 p.m.: Verbal dispute on East Seventh Avenue. “Reporting party using the restroom in an apartment and female roommate told him that she would ‘crush his skull in’ and accusing reporting party of being drunk. Reporting party saying that this is a clean and sober house. Reporting party and roommate separated.”

    Friday, 8:21 p.m.: Possible drug activity at Walnut Street Wash on Walnut Street. “A male subject in the back, behind all the machines, sorting, weighing and bagging a very large amount of marijuana. Reporting party saw subject three minutes ago.”

    Friday, 8:55 p.m.: Suspicious subject on railroad tracks at West First Street. “Reporting party saw a male, naked, walking the tracks northbound towards Nord Avenue. Dispatch contacting Union Pacific. Another officer reporting they just a had streaker run across the field towards the tracks. Possibly the same naked guy.”

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