The Fairfield Police Department reports the following incidents logged into dispatch:
7:56 a.m. – A caller advised that two rifle shots were fired north of Libertyville Road. The caller expressed concerns about the shots being fired close enough to possibly hit her. Officers arrived on the scene, but did not locate anyone in the area who might have fired the shots.
9:15 a.m. – A Fairfield High School administrator called expressing concerns about a student who might have been intoxicated. The student was in the office when officers arrived at the school. The school conducted a search and discovered that the subject had an electronic vapor, vapor liquid, two pocket knives and a lighter. The subject denied being intoxicated. The subject passed a field sobriety test conducted in the office. Officers cited the student for being a minor in possession of tobacco. Officers left the subject with school administration until his father could pick him up.
While officers were at FHS, administrators told them about another student who appeared intoxicated. School administration searched the student’s backpack and discovered an electronic vapor device. The subject agreed to a Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus test. Officers waited on the student’s mother to arrive before conducting the test. The subject did not pass the test. The student then agreed to a Breathalyzer Test. The subject blew zeros on the Breathalyzer Test. Officers cited the student for being a minor in possession of tobacco. The subject left school with his mother.
9:31 p.m. – Susan Alexandria Kraft, 28, was cited for failure to prove security against liability.
11:47 a.m. – James Thomas Bingham, 30, of Fairfield was arrested at Central Park for indecent exposure.
2:46 p.m. – Joseph Michael Winn, 36, was arrested and charged with driving while suspended and for possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and for possession of drug paraphernalia.
3:07 p.m. – A caller advised that her
neighbor’s dog is constantly barking and she cannot take a nap before going to work. She told officers that it had gotten so bad in the past that she got sick and ended up in the hospital. The caller requested that an officer speak to her neighbor about it. An officer reported that both sides blamed each other for the problem. The caller said the neighbor’s dog had come through her fence and grabbed her dog. The neighbor said the complainant’s
dog’s head was through the fence and they had to push it back into their yard. Officers advised them to fix the fence so that the incident doesn’t happen again.