COMPLAINT, LAKE AVENUE: Police received reports of a man and a woman giving people tattoos at Lakewood Park at 4:31 p.m. Saturday. The couple were actually drawing on each other with pens.
DISTURBANCE, DETROIT AVENUE: A man threatened a Burger King employee because his sandwich was made wrong at 8:12 p.m. June 3.
DRUG OFFENSE, TRAIN AVENUE: Police seized a bag filled with marijuana and marijuana growing accessories when they searched the vehicle of a suspected drug dealer on June 5. The suspect, a 48-year-old woman, was arrested for violating state drug laws. Among the items confiscated, police found a notebook that was being used as a drug ledger, a digital scale, plastic bags, several marijuana cigarettes and a suspected marijuana seeds. Perhaps the most damning piece of evidence found was a grocery list written out by the suspect that included "weed" as one of the items.
PROPERTY FOUND, WEST 117TH STREET: A car worth $54.50 was found on June 1.
SOLICITING: Police looked into two solicitation complaints in the last few days. One involved an Abbey Road resident who said a solicitor rang her door bell and told her it that "Today was bug your neighbor day."
The second involved a man soliciting on Friar Post for a trip to England.
THEFT: A banner promoting an event at the fairgrounds was reported missing from a building on the grounds June 3. The sign, valued at $200, had a photo of singing star Hannah Montana. The person reporting the incident suspects a group of kids are behind the theft.
MENACING, LIBBY: A 30-year-old woman was charged with aggravated menacing for threatening to use "an army and guns" to shoot a neighboring woman May 12 in the 19400 block.
CRIMINAL DAMAGE: Things got medieval on May 21 when a man was attacked by another man with a sword.
The woman that called lives with her ex-boyfriend. She was talking to another man when her ex came outside and attempted to assault him. When another friend tried to break it up and pushed the ex, a small ax fell to the ground.
The ex then went back into the apartment and returned with a large sword and tried to strike the man with it. They ran away.
The friends on the scene said he never swung the sword at them but did strike one of their cars with it. The man said he didn't want any further police action. The one who owned the car signed a complaint for criminal damage and having a weapon in a public place.
The police found three samurai swords, two long swords and an axe sheath.