Compiled from Michigan City Police Department reports

WEDNESDAY

A woman reported her ex-boyfriend chest-bumped her, kicked her car bumper several times, then removed a box from the trunk of her car and threw it at the back of her head in the 3200 block of Springland Avenue at 1:12 p.m.

One woman reportedly punched another woman in the face in the 200 block of S. Porter. There was no visible sign of injury, according to police.

Officers told complainants in the 200 block of York that their civil dispute, regarding the removal of a washer and dryer from a rented premises because it was installed in an illegal location, was not a criminal matter and had to be resolved in court.

Two men were found passed out on the porch of a residence in the 900 block of E. Michigan Boulevard. One of the men allegedly entered the home and fled westbound on 9th Street when the homeowner arrived.

Emergency detention was requested for a man making suicidal threats at Kings Inn at 5:53 p.m. The man later requested to be transported to the hospital because he wanted to cut his wrists.

Officers requested a warrant for a man allegedly making harassing phone calls to his former boss.

A bronze Pontiac Grand Prix with a broken lock was reported stolen. It was parked by the intersection of E. 10th Street and Lafayette.

A boy's bicycle was found lying on the ground at Gardena Park at 6:40 a.m. 

A B misdemeanor warrant for battery was requested after a man attacked a woman in the 800 block of Buffalo.

Someone driving a semi tractor truck with no trailer damaged the dumpster fence in the back parking lot of Long John Silvers by backing into it.

A woman picking up her children reported that her sister slammed a door into her son's head as they were leaving a residence in Terrace Acres Parkway. She said she picked up her kids because her sister's boyfriend threatened to kill everyone inside the residence.

A 15-year-old was reported as a runaway in the 1600 block of S. Woodland Avenue.

Micah A. Garrett, 24, of Michigan City was arrested on a warrant for parole violation through the Indiana Department of Correction Parole Board.

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