Police dealt with a 911 call, quickly learning it was non-emergent as the caller stayed on the line and spoke to the Communications Officer. It was learned that the call was made by accident and no further action was required.
Police then dealt with a report of a person failing to stop for a pedestrian crossing light. The witness was able to obtain a license plate and the owner of the vehicle was spoken to and warned of consequences of their actions. Failing to stop for flashing red pedestrian lights can elicit a fine of $230 under the Traffic Safety Act.