The Edmond Sun

Police Blotter

March 5, 2012

3-6 Police & fire runs

(Continued)

EDMOND — SUNDAY

Alexander Michael Stover, Moore, was arrested on a possession CDS-felony complaint. Officer Mason Long.

Edmond Fire Department

FRIDAY

N. Kelly Ave. & Hawthorne Ln.: accident with injury.

1700 block of N. Sooner Rd.: medical.

3000 block of S. Broadway: accident with injury.

1500 block of N. Santa Fe Ave.: medical.

1200 block of Lakeshore Dr.: medical.

6500 block of Hackberry Trl.: medical.

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

1200 block of N. Fretz Ave.: medical.

300 block of Enz Dr.: medical.

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

SATURDAY

5000 block of E. Covell Rd.: medical.

800 block of W. Danforth Rd.: medical.

1000 block of Richmond Rd.: medical.

3400 block of S. Broadway: medical.

600 block of Ridgecrest Rd.: medical.

7000 block of E. 15th St.: boat assist.

Craig Blvd. & Jasmine Pl.: agency assist non-emergency.

1300 block of S. Broadway: medical.

1000 block of Pruett Dr.: misc. fire.

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

100 block of Sahoma Ter.: medical.

SUNDAY

600 block of Enz Dr.: medical.

E. Ayers St. & N. Blackwelder Ave.: automobile fire.

900 block of N. Boulevard: medical.

1000 block of N. Air Depot Blvd.: carbon monoxide alarm.

1700 block of Morning Star: fuel spill.

100 block of N. University Dr.: medical.

500 block of W. 2nd St.: gas main break outside.

2800 block of Bobwhite Trl.: smoke investigation outside.

Zero block of S. Bryant Ave.: medical.

Deer Creek Fire Department

FRIDAY

1800 block of Silver Oaks Dr.: grass fire.

SUNDAY

Waterloo & MacArthur: smoke investigation outside.

Oak Cliff Fire Department

SATURDAY

9800 block of N. Shannon Dr.: gas main break outside.

5100 block of W. Simpson Rd.: odor investigation.

4600 block of Lakeview Ter.: agency assist non-emergency.

100 block of E. Waterloo Rd.: trash bin fire.

SUNDAY

10000 block of Hunters Pointe: smoke inside structure.

Triple X Rd. & Camp: agency assist emergency.

1200 block of Shelley Ln.: grass fire.

COMPILED BY MARK SCHLACHTENHAUFEN

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