A local woman tried the 51st way to send your boyfriend (Call the police, Keish); another learned the 52nd (Just block the phone, Joan); and a third went for Number 53 (Donít come by her place, Jase). Those were some of the matters Port Allegany Police dealt with, with a little help from Paul Simon, in the week that began Monday, December 20 and ended Sunday, December 26.

 

At 2:30 p.m. Monday, December 20, Chief Dave Distrola received a complaint from school staff concerning a male driving erratically on school property. The erratic driver was advised to stay off school property, or he would be cited for trespass.

 

Tuesday at 7:35 p.m. Officer Tony Tanner responded to a Main Street call from Keisha Major, who wanted her boyfriend to leave. Tanner said the matter should be dealt with in District Court because it is civil in nature.

 

Ten minutes later Tanner helped a motorist with a vehicle lockout at the elementary school.

 

Another erratic driver was reported to Port Allegany Police by Coudersport Police, at 2:40 a.m.  Wednesday. Officer Tanner was unable to locate the vehicle described.

 

 Officer Tanner assisted another motorist with a vehicle lockout at 7 p.m. Wednesday, this time at the Jubilee.

 

Last Thursday at 1 p.m. Chief Distrola got a complaint from Bridgeport Academy about a male student who was alleged to have committed an act of indecent exposure toward another male student. The subject will be charged.

 

Friday at 3:35 p.m. Officer Adam Dickerson received a complaint about a male juvenile who was said to have been sending unwanted text messages to a female juvenile. Dickerson informed the parents of the male juvenile, and the parents said they would take care of the matter.

 

At 8:25 p.m. Lisa Turner complained that Jason Daugherty was coming to her house on Church Street, uninvited, and would not leave her alone. Officer Dickerson contacted Daugherty and advised him not to continue these attentions or he would be charged.

 

At 8:30 a.m. Christmas Day Chief Distrola received a call from the alarm company monitoring the Dollar General site, stating that an alarm had been activated there. Distrola checked the building and learned that this was a false alarm, and the building was secure.

 

At 8:25 p.m. Officer Kyle Day received a complaint from Laura Taylor of Chestnut Street, to the effect that she was receiving unwanted calls and text messages. She was advised to tell the caller not to continue attempts to contact her, and to block the callerís number if necessary.

 

At 10:10 p.m. Day helped the ambulance service in connection with a reported fall at 217 North Main Street.

 

Sunday was quiet.