• Saturday, July 8 4:19 a.m. A Valley East Boulevard resident came home to find a woman sleeping in his bed, she having entered through a broken window.
• Sunday, July 9 1:56 a.m. To one South H Street resident, it seemed that the cows in a nearby field were mooing rather more loudly than is normal for this time of night. She wanted these outspoken future hamburgers consulted for a status check.
10:17 a.m. As part of an ongoing Frederick Avenue dispute, a resident reported a neighbor having placed some kind of debris upon his vehicle.
11:48 a.m. An H Street businessperson was baffled by a random stranger who showed up saying that he was there to work, especially since the would-be worker refused to supply any information to justify his claim of employment there.
• Monday, July 10 12:42 a.m. After ingesting both opioids and methamphetamine that pulled his brain in drastically different directions, a man at the hospital told police that for whatever obscure reason, he was having a “mental condition.”
2:12 p.m. As an innocent passerby passed by a van parked near an N Street business, he noticed that the occupants had an attention-getting cannabis plant outside the vehicle. Just one look, that’s all it took for the vansters to become unhappy about the guy observing their ostentatious greenery, to the extent that they threatened him and his body with harm.
5:33 p.m. A shopping cart left marooned at the Humboldt Bay Trail near Samoa Boulevard seemed at first to contain some sort of property, but on closer look it appeared to be a dead body wrapped in blankets.
11:12 p.m. If