The Fairfield Police Department reports the following calls and incidents logged at dispatch:
Caller advised that her ex-boyfriend was outside of her home threatening to kill her and her children with a sledgehammer. This came after she said she refused to go scrapping with him that day. She reported that he and two of his friends came to town to fight her and her friends. She informed authorities that she had a 12-gage shotgun in her house and that she and her children were trying to stay safe. When police arrived, they were unable to locate the suspect.
Caller advised that her ex-boyfriend pushed her, grabbed a frying pan that she was cooking with and then threatened to pour hot grease over her in front of her children. Caller was advised by police to take her children into a room and lock the door. However, suspect followed her and unplugged her phone, ending her contact with police. When police arrived, subject was arrested and subsequently charged with assault and child endangerment as he physically assaulted her while holding their toddler.
Caller advised that she found a deceased black cat with brown markings in the road. She buried the cat, but notified authorities in case owner was looking for it.
Caller advised there is a bad section of the railroad track near Burlington Avenue. The track was bouncing up and down and rocks were flying as cars passed over it.
Caller advised that a brown Jack Russell terrier was found near her residence. She says the dog is in her backyard. If anyone calls about the dog, she said it is OK to release the dog’s whereabouts.