Delaware police report:
A juvenile was being chased in the area of Wells Street and Wilder Street by a person in a mask from the movie “Scream” who was carrying a knife Tuesday night. Police located the subject, who turned out to be an 11-year-old. The boy admitted to the incident and said he was just trying to prank his friends. The boy’s parents were contacted and a charge of disorderly conduct was forwarded to the Delaware County Juvenile Court.
A man was bleeding at United Dairy Farmers Tuesday just before 1 a.m. The 20-year-old man said he punched his hand through a glass door at a residence on North Liberty Street during a fight. He was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital for treatment while officers went to the North Liberty residence to investigate. Police spoke to several residents and learned the injured man was the aggressor and had assaulted other parties before punching the glass door and leaving. The injured man was arrested and charged with domestic violence, assault, disorderly conduct and prohibition. He was taken to the Delaware County Jail. During the investigation, officers learned two other individuals had gotten into an argument and fight at the residence but, after speaking to both men, neither man wanted to file charges.
Pills were confiscated from a woman entering the Delaware County Courthouse Tuesday morning. The prescription pills were sent to a lab for identification. No charges were immediately filed.
A 47-year-old woman Tuesday afternoon reported a man she had gotten a protection order against had contacted her via telephone and had come into her apartment in the past two weeks. Officers took a report and issued a warrant for the man’s arrest.
A 16-year-old and a 15-year-old in a car were pulled over on East Central Avenue after running a stop sign Tuesday night. Officers learned that neither boy had a valid driver’s license and the 16-year-old had taken his mother’s car while she was asleep. Charges of unruliness were filed against both boys and charges of driving without a license and several traffic citations were filed against the 16-year-old.