In an effort to keep village residents abreast of what his department is doing, Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian will occasionally provide a list of calls his officers recently responded to. Village officers responded to the following calls from March 29 to April 4. The report does not reflect all of the department’s activity during that time.

March 29

Responded to the Fox Run Apartments for a medical issue.

Responded to Main Street for criminal trespass and criminal mischief complaint.

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to Main Street for a welfare check.

Responded to Main Street for a found property complaint.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a civil issue.

March 30

Responded to Court Street for a welfare check.

Responded to Lakeville Road for suspicious activity.

March 31

Responded to the 600 Country Lane Apartments for a medical issue.

Responded to the Country Lane Apartments for a medical issue.

April 1

Responded to the Skybird Landing Apartments for a car trespassing.

Responded to East South Street for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to Westview Crescent for a medical issue.

Responded to the South Hill Apartments for a medical issue.

Responded to Millennium Drive for a vehicle lockout.

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for an animal complaint.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a welfare check on a 911 hang up call.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a welfare check.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a juvenile issue.

April 2

Responded to Main Street and Center Street for two males possibly fighting.

Responded to Wadsworth Street for a welfare check from a 911 hang up call.

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a found property report.

Responded to Main Street for a welfare check from a 911 hang up call.

Responded to the Walmart supercenter for a motor vehicle accident.

Responded to the 600 Country Lane Apartments for a welfare check.

Responded to Court Street for a welfare check from a 911 hang up call.

Responded to an address on Orchard Street for the report of a large party.

April 3

Responded to the Skybird Landing Apartments for a welfare check.

Responded to the Country Lane Apartments for suspicious activity, an individual outside with a flashing light at 4 a.m.

Received a report of a missing person.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a vehicle lockout.

Stopped a vehicle on Court Street and the driver, Nicholas Williams, 34, from Piffard was charged with driving while intoxicated.

April 4

Responded to Highland Park for a found property report.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a harassment complaint.

Responded to the April Meadows Apartments for a loud noise complaint.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a domestic.

Responded to the Highlands Apartments for a welfare check on a 911 hang up call.

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