Due to circumstances beyond my control…

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Due to circumstances beyond my control (work), it’s been awhile since I have been able to get the local news out to everyone. In the next couple of days, I will attempt to catch you up. So…without further ado….

Duncan Gazette Police Blotter

Duncan Officers assisted our brethren at the Sheriff’s Office with locating and cornering a guy that was involved in a foot chase with officers. He was located behind one of our hotels at about 3:30 AM by one of ...

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8 Ounce Cans of Beans and Corn

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I have seen where a lot of people on the ol’ Facebook page this past week have been sharing an article about a school principal in Alabama wanting the kids to bring 8 ounce cans of beans and corn to keep in their classrooms to hurl at an intruder, if one were to gain entry. I give this principal props for trying to take a proactive approach to protect the children she has been entrusted with. I enjoyed reading ...

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Police Blotter January 6-11, 2015

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Police Blotter January 6-11, 2015

Hitting the highlights of the past few days, we had the following occurrences: Officers worked an MVA at E. Main Street and Hadden Avenue where a vehicle pulled out of a driveway and struck another car, causing said car to go down an embankment. Fortunately, the car did not overturn. We had a guy try to give Officer Nugget the slip when he turned around on a car for speeding. The guy took off up ...

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Maybe it’s the extra gravitational pull of the moon.

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If you ever talk to a police officer, EMT, Paramedic, or emergency room nurse around the time of a full moon, you may hear them say something about them being extra busy during this time period. There are not any scientific studies, that I know of, to actually back this up, but it does seem to be true. Maybe it’s the extra gravitational pull of the moon. Maybe it’s just that people ...
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End of 2014 Duncan Gazette Blotter

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End of 2014 Duncan Gazette Blotter

The Day before the Day before New Year’s Eve: Officers were called to one of our apartment complexes due to a tenant, who was being evicted, arguing with the management. The ex-tenant decided it was best to get her things and leave voluntarily. Some juveniles from one part of town went to a different part of town and were hanging around some of the residents’ cars. A young couple decided to have some fun ...

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Things got a little busy.

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Duncan Gazette Police Blotter:

After a couple of quiet days at Christmas, due to everyone being with family and sharing presents, food and time together, it seems like some people got tired of being around family and friends and being so nice. Things got a little busy.

Friday: Officer Dodd, who was passing through the Big City while off duty, happened to spot a subject at one of our convenience stores who he recognized as having two outstanding warrants with us. ...

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It’s The Night Before Christmas

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It’s the night before Christmas, and many of you are finishing up on your holiday shopping. I know several of you that did not even start shopping until today. Good luck. It’s been an interesting week so far. It started out with Lt. Miller stopping off at a local grocery store on his way home from work. He finally got home at 2 AM. Seems the guy in line ahead of him ...
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Editorial: Today, Just Five Days Before Christmas

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Today, just five days before Christmas (The Most Wonderful Time of the Year), two New York City police officers were murdered in cold blood while they were sitting in their patrol car. The murderer then ran to the subway before killing himself. Turns out, he had posted on social media that he was going to do it. So there are at least two more families that will not have a Merry Christmas. Instead, for the rest of their lives, ...

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