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Wednesday, July 28

At 10:51 a.m., a Torpedo Road resident reported that someone dumped 12 large bags of garbage nearby.

At 11:42 a.m., a caller on Storkson Drive reported that a subject is calling him racial names.

At 2:27 p.m., a caller reported that a boat motor was stolen off a boat parked at Clinton Beach Place.

At 3:11 p.m., a caller on Fish Road reported that shoplifters were “stuffing their pants.”

At 3:41 p.m., an Archwood Court resident said that he told kids not to use his rope swing and now they are across the street yelling profanities at him.

At 7:21 p.m., an Ault Field Road resident reported that someone pointed a laser at his head.

Thursday, July 29

At 5:44 a.m., a Dewey Drive resident reported that he took too much meth.

At 10:34 a.m., a Jones Road resident reported that gas cans were stolen from a shed.

At 2:57 p.m., a real estate agent reported that four signs were stolen from a home on Wanamaker Road in a week.

At 6:31 p.m., a caller reported that someone on Harbor Sands Lane hit him and his car with a sledgehammer.

At 9:44 p.m., a Myrtle Avenue resident reported that drunk neighbors were lighting dynamite.

Friday, July 30

At 1:46 a.m., a caller on Northeast Third Street reported that she is in someone else’s house and doesn’t know how she got there.

At 9:49 a.m., a Breezafair Road resident reported that a neighbor hired a company to cut down trees on her property.

At 12:11 p.m., a Goss Lake Road resident reported that invisible people were hiding in her trees.

Saturday, July 31

At 12:26 a.m., a caller reported reading the police blotter in the Whidbey News-Times and that he was upset.

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