In unrelated cases, Hot Springs Village Police Department received several noise complaints, and dog complaints.
Also, a late-night visitor who had banged on a door thought she had gone to a friend’s house.
Two cars parked just over a Mesero Way hilltop posed a hazard at 11 a.m. One was just off the road, while another was 3 feet on the road. No one responded at a nearby home, so the officer called the property owner, who said he was not home but would get the cars moved. Shortly later drivers came out and moved the cars.
After a woman banged on an Alicante Way home at 9:38 p.m. and called the name of someone who did not live there, the resident said she thought she lived on the road. The visitor had dropped her purse on the porch. An officer went to the other home, where that resident said she thought her friend lived at the other house. The purse was returned.
After a parent said at 1:13 a.m. that a man and woman harassed her children, who were fishing near Cortez Pavilion, an officer found the pair, who said the children had been playing loud music, and they told them about the Garland County noise ordinance, and asked them to turn it down. They said a vehicle came and picked up the children.
After an Alarcon Lane man left a phone message on a neighbor’s phone, apparently at 7:30 p.m. June 17, saying, “Shut the f------ dog up or the next time I see it I will shoot it,” an officer went to the man’s home, where the man was told to call police the next time the dog is barking for long periods and disturbing the peace. The dog owner, who said her dog barks a few times when she takes it outside, received a copy of the noise ordinance. The man told the officer, “the next time the dog barked nonstop and could be heard all over the neighborhood,” he would call police.
An officer stood by a Garland County Sheriff’s Department officer on Calderhead Trail while a landlord served a notice-to-quit to a tenant.
After a Lake Pineda wake complaint, an officer spoke to another lake resident, who says he tries to comply with wake regulations. He also said he would try to avoid the complainant’s area, but also enjoys fishing there.
A Badalona Circle resident reported a loose pit bull at 6:03 p.m., but the owner came and picked it up.
An eastbound Mazda on DeSoto Boulevard collided with a deer near Emperada Way at 8:16 a.m. A fireman rendered aid prior to an officer’s arrival. The deer died. Damage: $3,000
Someone entered a parked vehicle on Vichs Circle overnight, but apparently nothing was taken or damaged.
After contact by an officer on Arjona Way at 12:33 p.m., estate sale staff had customers repark in designated spots.
After a child called 911 several times around 1:03 p.m., an officer went to Reddina Way, where it was determined a child was playing with an out-of-service cell phone. Emergency calls can still be made from an out-of-service phone.
After a report of a boat shining a light on Lake Coronado, an officer learned a boater was using a light to catch frogs.
After a 911 hangup call on Mora Lane at 9:45 p.m., a man said he accidentally dialed while trying to make a photo of his car, but thought he had cancelled the call in time.
A Villager said a live trap with a racoon fell out of his truck, probably between Ligadura Lane and Fresno Road. The trap was not immediately found.
A compliance officer issued a warning to pay after finding a Dodge truck with a Skeeter boat trailer without boat registration at Coronado boat ramp.
A loud party was reportedly underway in the Belleza Way area at 1:03 p.m, but an officer could not hear noise.
A suspicious SUV parked on Turbion Lane at 4:44 p.m. turned out to be a man reading a book while waiting for mass. He said he would drive to church and read there.
An officer relocated a possum from LaGranja Circle at 8:42 p.m.
After hearing loud music on Los Lagos at 8:17 p.m., an officer gave a man a copy of the Garland County noise ordinance and said he would face further action if the officer had to return. A similar situation took place on Opola Place at 9:10 p.m.
After a complaint of loud music and many people walking down the street, as if for a party, an officer gave a man a copy of the noise ordinance and warned of further action if he had to return.
Three dogs were reportedly loose in the area of DeSoto Boulevard and Emerada Way at 8:21 a.m.
A tan puppy found on Alarcon Way at 1:05 p.m was taken to the animal shelter.
A medium-sized black dog found on Ballesteros Circle at 3:46 p.m. was taken to the animal shelter.
After a fatal Lawrence County collision, an officer delivered a death notice for Arkansas State Police after 2:55 a.m.
A Carballa Place resident reported 2 stray cats at 9:09 a.m. An officer saw a black cat with a white mark, but it ran off.
An officer maintained traffic control on Balearic Road, south of Asturius Way, after an AT&T van slid into soft ground for parking for work.
A complainant reported dump sites on Paso Way, Encaro Lane and Amposta Way, including beer cans and other trash, and believed people were partying in the area.
A possibly injured dog found on Minorca was taken to the animal shelter.
A racoon found near Balboa Clubhouse around 2 p.m. was relocated.
A southbound truck on Balearic Road collided with a deer fawn that ran out after a doe deer near Reata Way at 2:59 p.m.
A patrolling officer found a gray Ford truck with an empty Ranger boat trailer parked at Balboa ramp at 5:38 a.m. No lake user credentials were found, but the trailer was registered to a Village address.
A motorist said a gray Volkswagen passed at high speed on DeSoto Boulevard near the Ponce de Leon Center at 7:42 p.m.
A Marinero Way resident reported a package missing that contained 2 “Big Joe Cool Cozumel Stripe with Lime Seat Noodle Sling.” Although marked as delivered, the resident was home all day and does not believe it was delivered. Loss: $144.72
An eastbound motorist slid off rain slicked DeSoto Boulevard, near Perralena Way, hitting an AT&T phone box.