The following reports were taken by the Dublin Police Department Aug. 28 - Sept. 3.

August 28

An officer was dispatched to the Dollar General in reference to a report of theft.

An officer assisted Dublin EMS with a medical emergency call.

Officers responded to a motor vehicle accident two miles out of town on FM1702 to assist the Erath County Sheriff's Office.

An officer was dispatched to Clinton Street in response to a suspicious activity report.

One of the DISD resource officers was dispatched to the Elementary School bus barn in reference to a disturbance.

An officer responded to a report of a reckless driver on Valley Street. However, the officer was unable to locate the suspect vehicle and cleared the scene.

An animal control officer was dispatched to a report of animal neglect on Highland Avenue.

An alarm was activated on Courtney Drive and officers responded only to discover it was a false alarm.

August 29

Officers were dispatched to assist Dublin EMS on a medical emergency.

An alarm was activated on Patrick Street and officers discover it was a security check.

An officer was dispatched to the Sonic in reference to a report of counterfeit money.

The chief responded to a report of an accident involving a police department unit.

An officer was dispatched to assist the Erath County Sheriff's Office with a report of a fire along US Hwy. 6 towards De Leon.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a dog attack on Johnson Street.

An officer responded to a report of sparks coming from an air compressor on Elm Street.

August 30

Officers were dispatched to a burglary alarm at the Dollar General three separate times, all three times were security check problems.

An officer responded to a report of a snake in a yard on Scenic Road.

An officer was dispatched in reference to a report of a suspicious person on Patrick Street.

An officer responded to assist Erath County Sheriff's Office with a reckless driver of a milk truck on US 377. The officer was unable to locate the suspect vehicle and cleared the scene.

Officers were dispatched in reference to a report of some livestock out on W. Dougle Street.

An animal control officer responded to a caller reporting two large dogs loose on W. Erin Street but was unable to locate the animals.

An officer was dispatched to a report of two large dogs loose on W. Clinton Street but was unable to locate the animals.

An animal control officer responded to a caller reporting two large dogs loose on Camden Street.

An officer was dispatched to Golden Age Manor in reference to a report of criminal mischief - someone throwing eggs at the front door.

August 31

Officers were dispatched in reference to a report of a suspicious vehicle at the Dublin Stop.

An officer reported to a call of a verbal dispute on S. Grafton Street.

An officer responded to a report of a reckless driver on Hwy. 6 but was unable to locate the suspect vehicle.

An officer was dispatched to the Housing Authority to a report of a large horse running loose.

An officer assisted Dublin EMS with a medical emergency on Perry Drive.

Officers and Dublin Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to the Crouch Dairy on FM 2156 to a large structure/grass fire.

An officer was dispatched to assist Dublin EMS with a lift assist on Live Oak Street.

An officer responded to a report of criminal trespassing on S. Patrick Street.

An officer was dispatched in reference to a report of a reckless driver on US Hwy. 377, just passed Golden Chick.

An animal control officer responded to a caller reporting a dog loose on S. Liberty Street.

The Dublin Fire Chief was dispatched to an unauthorized burn on W. Blackjack Street.

The Dublin Public Works crew was dispatched to the lift station on E. Hwy. 6.

An officer was dispatched to a report of loud music on E. Live Oak Street.

An officer was dispatched in reference to a report of a reckless driver on Blackjack Street.

September 1

Officers responded to a report of gun shots in the area of the Housing Authority, they arrived and advised the complainant of the day being opening day of dove season.

An officer was dispatched in reference to a complainant being locked out of her house on Hoffman Street.

Officers, Dublin EMS and Dublin VFD were dispatched to a two-vehicle accident on FM 1702.

Officers and first responders were dispatched to the scene of an oversized load hitting the red light at the intersection of Patrick and Blackjack.

An officer was dispatched in reference to a report of a reckless driver on Highland and Blackjack.

An officer responded to a report of criminal mischief on N. Grafton Street.

An officer was dispatched to assist the Erath County Sheriff's Office with a reckless driver on FM 219.

An officer responded to a report of gun shots on Courtney Drive. Officer advised complainant was informed that today was opening day of dove season.

The Dublin Fire Chief was dispatched to an unauthorized burn on N. Park and Sheridan Streets.

September 2

Officers were dispatched in reference to a report of loud music on Austin Street.

An officer was dispatched to assist Dublin EMS with a medical emergency on W. Clinton Street.

An officer responded to a report of a reckless driver on Hwy. 377 but was unable to locate the suspect vehicle.

City crews were dispatched to Courtney Drive in reference to a report of a broke water line.

An officer was dispatched in reference to a report of a stranded motorist on Washington Street in Stephenville.

September 3

City crews were dispatched in reference to the pump station on Hwy. 6 being down.

An officer was dispatched to assist Dublin EMS with a medical emergency on County Road 195.

An officer responded to a report of a fight in progress on N. Davies Street.

An officer reported responding to a report of an unattended vehicle on Gracie Street.

Officers responded to a welfare check on Perry Drive.

An animal control officer was dispatched to N. Grafton Street in reference to a report of a dog nuisance.

An officer was dispatched to a report of debris on the roadway on Hwy. 377 by Allsups, but unit was unable to locate the debris.