The Edmond Sun

Police Blotter

July 9, 2012

7-10 Police & fire runs

(Continued)

EDMOND — SATURDAY

2000 block of Thomas Dr.: medical.

2800 block of Shortgrass Rd.: medical.

5700 block of Hardwick Ln.: medical.

800 block of S. Kelly Ave.: medical.

2200 block of S. Broadway: medical.

100 block of N. University Dr.: medical.

500 block of W. 15th St.: medical.

2400 block of Marshall Dr.: medical.

2000 block of W. Danforth Rd.: medical.

1200 block of W. I-35 Frontage Rd.: medical.

600 block of Touchmark Ct.: medical.

900 block of N. Boulevard: medical.

W. Danforth Rd. & N. Fretz Ave.: smoke investigation outside: medical.

E. Danforth Rd. & N. Boulevard: accident with injury.

300 block of E. 3rd St.: medical.

1600 block of Rustic Creek Ter.: medical.

E. Danforth Rd. & Roosevelt St.: medical.

600 block of Vista Ln.: odor investigation.

SUNDAY

1900 block of E. 2nd St.: medical.

Zero block of E. 33rd St.: medical.

5800 block of E. 15th St.: grass fire.

E. 15th St. & S. Boulevard: smoke investigation outside.

300 block of Albany Dr.: medical.

7000 block of E. 2nd St.: medical.

2500 block of S. Rankin St.: medical.

3700 block of Cactus Dr.: medical.

4400 block of Man O War Dr.: structure fire.

2400 block of Jessica Ln.: medical.

3600 block of Wynn Dr.: medical.

Deer Creek Fire Department

FRIDAY

Penn & Sorghum Mill: grass fire.

SATURDAY

7100 block of NW 192nd: misc. fire.

SUNDAY

100 block of Deer Creek Rd.: automatic alarm.

Oak Cliff Fire Department

FRIDAY

700 block of Dripping Springs Dr.: medical.

SUNDAY

13000 block of S. Sooner Rd.: medical.

2900 block of E. Waterloo Rd.: medical.

N. I-35 & E. Waterloo Rd.: misc. fire.

COMPILED BY MARK SCHLACHTENHAUFEN

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