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February 2nd Early Morning Law Enforcement & Fire/Medical wrap up


Just before 2 a.m., a Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper conducted a vehicle stop on a suspected DUI vehicle. The driver was found to be driving while intoxicated and was arrested.

2:12 a.m., Lawrence Police conducted a vehicle stop in the 1300 block of Tennessee Street. The driver of that vehicle was found to be under 21 years old, in possession of an open container, DWI and another controlled substance was also found.

2:13 a.m., Emergency Dispatchers received several calls regarding fireworks in the 1200 block of Vermont. One of the callers reported the sounds as gunshots. An Officer reported hearing fireworks in the area. Officers were not able to catch up with anyone responsible for the fireworks.

3:45 a.m., Lawrence Police responded to an address in the 400 block of Perry Street, after Emergency Dispatchers received a 911 hand up call. Officers responded and found a man at the residence who had an active warrant for his arrest. That man chose to be uncooperative with Police. Eventually, he was arrested. No injuries were reported. Officers also called the jail ahead of time to let them know they were being brought a "combative" prisoner.

Police also responded on a burglary, a barking dog complaint and a noise complaint

LDCFM also responded on one medical emergencies early this morning.

The activity blogged here is only a sampling of some of the things that Douglas County Law Enforcement and Lawrence-Douglas County Fire & Medical respond on. To see a complete list of Lawrence Police activity, the department has that available on their website along with several easy to use maps that show approximate locations for Police activity.

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