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Sunday night into Monday morning started as a fairly normal overnight before completely coming to a stand still in the morning hours.

Shortly before 8 p.m. Lawrence Police responded to a reported non injury accident in the 500 Block of N 7th Street. Police arrived to find that there was a subject requesting an ambulance for neck pain. Lawrence Fire and Medical responded for patient care and LPD cleaned up the scene after patient care was complete. Injuries were non life threatening.

Just after 9 p.m. LPD was called to the 1900 Block of Heatherwood Drive on a noise complaint. Officers found a party at the address and took information on an alcohol violation.

Again last night, about 9:30 p.m. LPD was called again to "Investigate things in the air" in the 1600 Block of Haskell Avenue. Again an Officer responded and was unable to locate anything in the air.

The fairly routine calls were the majority of the calls overnight along with quite a bit of report writing time for Officers. Only one call stood out as unusual for Lawrence last night and that call was received at 10 p.m. in the 300 Block of W 14th Street. A caller reported a female ran into the path of a passing vehicle on 14th Street, forcing that vehicle to stop. The female proceeded to "flash" the occupants of the vehicle, then that same female started throwing beer cans at the stopped vehicle. LPD responded and was unable to locate the female subject.

If you missed it, Lawrence Police were kept busy late Friday night into the early hours of Saturday Morning. Click here to check out the blog entry from Saturday morning for what you missed.

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stellamaris 4 years ago

The "neck injury" on the 500 block of 7th st. was actually a messed up woman crashing through my yard, totaling my neighbor's car, and hitting my tree. She was bleeding, and when the police came, she almost wouldn't go with them.

She was let go later on that night.

This totally baffles me because this woman was obviously under the influence of something, and I heard her tell her friend that she was messed up. The neighbors heard her swerving down the street, and she must have been going really fast because my neighbor's car is in my yard now... If my kids would've been in the back yard, which we normally are on nice nights like last night, the story might have read 2 babies killed by inebriated driver.

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