There was an apparent lack of sobriety at Benton Place, someone did not want to leave Port Motel, and a juvenile did want to leave home but then wanted to come back, according  the Port Allegany Police Department log for the week that began Monday, March 7 and ended Sunday, March 13.


Last Monday at 10:30 a.m. Chief Dave Distrola received a complaint that a juvenile had caused damage at Bridgeport Academy by kicking a chair, which struck the wall hard enough to make a hole.


At 2:45 p.m. Distrola got a complaint that Chris Hackett of Bradford was phoning and messaging to the Able residence on Church Street. Chief Distrola called Hackett and advised him to discontinue contacting the complainant.


Thursday evening at 7:49 Officer Kyle Day received a complaint that an intoxicated person was in the Dollar General parking lot. The individual was Eric Tampuu of 510 Main Street. He was escorted to his apartment and advised to stay there. But at 8:24 p.m. Day was called back to the apartment house because Tampuu was said to be causing a disturbance.


Officer Day arrested Tampuu for summary violations of public drunkenness, harassment and disorderly conduct. He was arraigned before Magisterial Judge Bill Todd and taken to jail.


At 4:40 p.m. Friday Officer Tony Tanner assisted a motorist at Kwik Fill with a vehicle lockout.


Twenty minutes later Tanner found a reported runaway for an East Mill Street parent, and brought her back home. The juvenile said she had been thinking of running away, but after walking a while she had changed her mind.


Saturday morning at 9 Officer Day was asked to come to the Port Motel to assist in the removal of a tenant. After discussion with the manager and the tenant, it was agreed that the tenant would leave by 5 p.m. It was not reported why the issue arose or why it required police intervention.


At 3:50 p.m. Officer Tanner was dispatched to Sheetz to assist a motorist with a vehicle lockout.


At 7:45 Sunday evening Officer Tanner was sent to 37 Church Street where it had been reported that a red Chevy Cavalier was blocking an entrance to Medbury Manor. It turned out that the vehicle was properly parked and there was no violation.