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March 27, 2014

Police log

NORMAN — Police responded to the following incidents Tuesday:

· 12:42 a.m. assault report, 2600 block of West Main Street

· 3:37 a.m. burglary in progress, 2700 block of Cimarron Drive

· 7:26 a.m. indecent exposure, 800 block of West Main Street

· 8:46 a.m. harassment or threats report, 1500 block of Caddell Lane

· 9:01 a.m. harassment or threats report, 1800 block of Aladdin Street

· 9:03 a.m. harassment or threats report, 100 block of 26th Avenue Southwest

· 9:48 a.m. larceny report, 2800 block of Chautauqua Avenue

· 10:13 a.m. vandalism, 1200 block of Rebecca Lane

· 11:01 a.m. larceny in progress, 600 block of 12th Avenue Northeast

· 1:13 p.m. larceny report, 1400 block of Cantebury Street

· 2:34 p.m. hit and run, Classen Boulevard and Emelyn Street

· 3:43 p.m. burglary report, 4600 block of Laurelbrook Court

· 4:33 p.m. burglary report, 1700 block of West Robinson Street

· 5:23 p.m. larceny report, 600 block of 12th Avenue Northeast

· 5:41 p.m. hit and run, 100 block of S. Mercedes Drive

· 5:54 p.m. hit and run, 800 block of Ash Court

· 6:03 p.m. fraud, 3200 block of West Robinson Street

· 6:08 p.m. sexual assault or rape, 200 block of 24th Avenue Southwest

· 6:11 p.m. harassment or threats report, 3200 block of Millbrook Drive

· 7:35 p.m. larceny in progress, 300 block of North Interstate Drive East

· 7:51 p.m. larceny in progress, 300 block of North Interstate Drive East

· 8:01 p.m. larceny in progress, 300 block of North Interstate Drive East

· 8:49 p.m. larceny report, 300 block of North Interstate Drive East

· 9:22 p.m. assault report, 200 block of Keith Street

· 9:25 p.m. harassment or threats report, 1300 block of West Lindsey Street

· 10:06 p.m. hit and run, 900 block of West Main Street

· 11:56 p.m. larceny report, 600 block of 12th Avenue Northeast

A list of police activity is available at normanok.gov/content/daily-activity.

— Transcript Staff

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