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Pretty quiet in Lawrence overnight.

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Another fairly quiet and normal night in Douglas County. Police were called to the normal noise complaints across the city, a smell of marijuana complaint on the KU Campus and a few intrusion alarms that all ended up being false alarms.

Just before 2:30 this morning, Lawrence Police responded to a call of what one caller reported to be "a large group fighting" in the 2300blk of 24th Street. While responding dispatchers received a second call from a different caller who advised there were three males fighting in the parking lot of her apartment complex. Police arrived and found no one around. Searched the area and found no evidence of any property damage so back in service they went.

About 5:30, Lawrence Police were sent to the area of 1600 Haskell to investigate "Things in the air." This is a fairly common early morning occurrence for Police. They send one Officer and nothing is found. The same was the case this morning.

All in all, a fairly routine overnight. There looks to be a chance of scattered thunderstorms this afternoon into the late evening hours. Just something to keep in mind when you head out this morning.

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Comments

Gene Wallace 4 years, 3 months ago

There is an electro-magnetic anomaly in the area of 15th and Haskell that causes the broom's cloaking field to flicker. Same thing happens when flying near 23rd and Harper. Must "tune" the cloaking device for these problem areas. CCG!

fitz09 4 years, 3 months ago

my car was stolen from mr goodcents on kasold. thats always fun. keep an eye out for a red 94 honda accord with a big dent in the back by the license plate! 743 CHI

Food_for_Thought 4 years, 3 months ago

What's the point of this? LPD now releases what calls it receives now on their website. The reported fight wasn't even listed right in this update. According to LPD's website, it was the 1700 block of W 24th St. Looks like LPD served some warrants and arrested a drunk driver, too...

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