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LPD with Extensive Bar Checks Overnight

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Lawrence Police paid a visit to a handful of Bar's late Thursday night and into the early morning hours of Friday. Several report numbers were taken by Officers during these checks. No arrests were made that I am aware of.

Police responded on the nightly noise complaints and a couple of drug related complaints. A report number was taken by the Officers on one of the drug related complaints.

Just after 2 a.m. Lawrence Officers responded to reports of 2 males subject beating on another male in the 600 Block of New Hampshire. At least 4 Officers responded on the call. No report number was taken. Officers did make contact with several subjects.

Just before 5:30 a.m. Officers responded to the 4200 Block of Briarwood on reports of a vehicle "lodged on a median". Officers investigated it as a non-injury accident.

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Food_for_Thought 3 years ago

Operation 100 News -

You kinda overlooked the domestic disturbance in the 1900 block of W 26th St @ 5:00am, which according to LPD's website, took 5 patrol cars...and if I'm reading Douglas County Jail's booking info on their website correctly, shows rape, battery, and a slew of other charges...not newsworthy?

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Kontum1972 3 years ago

mb a city ordinance....or they just like sneaking up on them....

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greenworld 3 years ago

Saw 3 cops at 400am in the morning while I was driving to work driving over the N lawrence bridge doing like 60-80mph high tailing it somewhere. None of them had their lights or sirens on however which I thought was kind of odd. Interesting. maybe the N Lawrence home owners complained about the noise of sirens so they no longer run them late at night. Just a guess. Dont know if it was something domestic or just another call to the old La's. I know on alot of domestic calls they quit running sirens for certain reasons.

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red_devil 3 years ago

The worthless boring lives of those nosey people who chase police cars, fire trucks and ambulances, and listen to scanners all night. HA!

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footnote2 3 years ago

Three police cars were at 315 Oklahoma St between 8 and 9 p.m on Thursday. From a distance it looked like a number of arrests may have been made in front of the house. Wonder what that was all about.

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Steven Gaudreau 3 years ago

Looks like the police chief is taking over where Olin left off. Top priority of the LPD is 20 year olds drinking beer. Secondary: Rape, Robbery, & DUI's.
Stop wasting our tax dollars and keep our neighborhoods safe.

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FarneyMac 3 years ago

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