A man allegedly was assaulted by his supervisor while working at a local fast-food restaurant on Saturday afternoon, according to a police report.
The man told police that the alleged assault happened in the 300 block of West University Drive during normal business hours while he and the supervisor were in the back of the building.
The man told police that the manager became angry and allegedly grabbed his arm and threw him against a cooler, according to the report.
The officer documented the man’s injures as evidence, according to the report.
No arrests were made at the time the report was filed. The case is still pending.
2400 block of Northwood Terrace — A car reported as stolen was set on fire Saturday night, according to a police report.
Firefighters originally responded to a call about a structure fire, only to learn that someone had torched a vehicle.
Officers on the scene later learned that the vehicle had been reported stolen earlier that evening. Officers documented evidence and took a stolen vehicle report.
The case was still pending as of Sunday afternoon.
2500 Louise Street — A woman called police on Saturday afternoon after she noticed that her neighbor’s window was broken, according to a police report.
The caller told police that she believed that someone was in her neighbor’s apartment, according to the report.
The responding officer documented the broken window. However, the officer reported that it appeared that no entry had been made, police said.
No suspects were identified at the time the report was filed.
— John D. Harden