The Fairfield Police Department reports the folloing calls and incidents logged at dispatch:
A caller advised there was a bald male subject in his mid-40s “banging a bat on things” at the ball diamond at OB Nelson. While still on the phone with authorities, the caller said the man began banging the bat against his building.
A caller advised that he was “kicked out” of the room he was renting. He said he was hungry and he wanted to go to bed. He said his pills and other personal belongings were still in the room. He also said he was paid up until the end of the month. He didn’t know the exact address of where he lived, just that it was on Briggs Avenue. The caller refused to give authorities his current location.
A caller hung up and was called back by dispatch. The caller advised that he was having problems with his girlfriend and he would like extra patrol around the house. The caller informed authorities that subject was driving a gold Chrysler.
A caller advised that she was at Casey’s South when she noticed two subjects in their late teens or early 20s throwing rocks and yelling. She said she wasn’t sure who they were yelling at or what they were saying.
A caller advised that a company emailed him and said they would send him $2,300 through PayPal — if he sent them $700 for processing. He said he contacted PayPal, which told him the email was fraudulent. Caller was advised by authorities not to respond to any emails.
A caller advised that his ex-girlfriend broke into his apartment. He made a report that his fans and medications were stolen. Caller claimed she dumped laundry detergent on the floor and went through his medications. Though he didn’t wish to press charges, he asked authorities to advise her not to return to his property.