MONDAY, AUG. 26
Drinking Party in the Park
A parks department employee at 9:02 a.m. showed police two bags filled with full and empty Busch Light cans that were hidden under some bushes at Western and Hudson, as well as a box with empty beer cans with an address label from a specific place on Ridge. An officer spoke to the homeowner, who thinks her 17-year-old son was the one involved, according to police. The woman planned to bring her son down to the police station later that day so an officer could "have an informal chat with him," according to a report.
MONDAY, AUG. 19
Juveniles and Racial Slurs
Police at 8:08 p.m. spoke with five juveniles on scene waiting to make a complaint about a woman yelling at them from a balcony on the 5700 block of Holmes Avenue. The juveniles stated that the woman yells racial slurs at them as they ride by on the sidewalk, according to police. Police spoke with the woman, who said "she did not want hoodlums in the area and to put them in the van and take them away," according to a report. Police advised both parties to leave each other alone and that the sidewalk is a public way that can be used by the juveniles.
SUNDAY, AUG. 18
Underage Drinkers Run From Police
Police at 11:43 p.m. saw three juveniles drinking beer in the middle of Prospect Park. They fled on foot after an officer gave them verbal commands, according to a report. The officer was unable to locate the juveniles after the incident. A large, dark-colored conversion van left the scene in an unknown direction shortly afterward. There were multiple beer cans scattered about the park.
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