Among reports filed with police:

Arrests

F.J. Torras Causeway: Several concerned motorists called the cops about a perturbed pedestrian, who was creating a considerable public safety concern by standing along the causeway and shouting and offering a middle-finger salute to passing vehicles. The malcontent was no stranger to the responding officer, who noticed he smelled like booze when confronted near the Back River Bridge. The officer told him to cut it out and behave. No dice. Later on, the officer received calls that he was now “mooning” passersby. Out of second chances, the 42-year-old went to jail for disorderly conduct.

West Park Avenue and Parkwood Drive: An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and things went downhill from there. The woman had no form of identification, much less a driver’s license. She lied to police about who she was. She put up a struggle against being arrested, perhaps because she also was a wanted woman on several sheriff’s office warrants. The 26-year-old went to jail on the warrants and several new charges. The uninsured vehicle was impounded.

— Larry Hobbs

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