Friday, Dec. 28 to Friday, Jan. 7

The Versailles Police Department recently responded to the following incidents:
Friday, Dec. 28- Call for suspicious activity. Call for domestic assault on Williamson Street.
Saturday, Dec. 29- Call for disabled vehicle on West Newton Street and Highway 5. Call for well being check on East Newton Street. Call for possible stealing in Walmart parking lot. Call for property damage at Rocking Bubbles. Call for shoplifting at Walmart; male subject stole an electric blanket.
Sunday, Dec. 30- Investigating stealing case at Walmart. Call for theft on West Clay Street. Call for motor vehicle accident in front of school.
Monday, Dec. 31- Call for stealing alcohol at Eagle Stop. Call for medical on South Hunter. Call for burglary and property damage on South Walnut. Call for disturbance and harassment at Walmart. Call for stealing on East Lafayette Street. Call for property damage on South Ross Street. Call for lockout at West Vue Plaza. Call for peace disturbance at Walmart. Call for burglary on South Walnut Street. Arrest of burglary suspect on South Monroe Street. Call for a rolling peace disturbance on Newton Street. Call for suspicious activity in Morgan County Sheriff Office lot.
Tuesday, Jan. 1- Call for suicidal threat on South Second Street; self commitment.
Wednesday, Jan. 2- Call to Walmart in reference to employee who lost money. Call for dog running at large at McDonalds. Call for medical on East Lafayette Street. Call for medical on Pamela Drive.
Friday, Jan. 4- Call for medical at Walmart. Call for harassment on East Newton Street. Call for motor vehicle crash at Gates. Call for dogs getting into trash on Old W Road. Call for assistance at Good Shepard regarding a male resident that had money taken. Call for shoplifting at Walmart. Call for female subject who fell at Walmart.
Saturday, Jan. 5- call for unresponsive male subject on Kidwell Drive.
Sunday, Jan. 6- call for harassment on South Second Street. Call for assisting a motorist on Alum Springs Road.
Monday, Jan. 7- Call for lockout at Subway.