Hot Springs Village police answered a variety of calls in the past week.

March 2
A U-Haul truck and a Buick Enclave collided on ReMax parking lot. Damage: Enclave, $200.
A dog was reportedly off leash on Sonora Trail.
An officer saw a dog barking on Sansalo Lane with the home’s windows open. The owners were not home, so he left a note for them to contact police.
After Garland County Sheriff’s Department received a report, an officer spoke to a man walking along Highway 7, wrapped in a blanket. The man said it was cold and he had no jacket.

March 3
After a Nissan Sentra ran off Letrista Drive, the driver was charged with driving on a suspended license and leaving the scene of an accident. Damage: $2,000.
A Frontera Drive resident said a Jehovah’s Witness returned after she asked her to leave.
A Ponferrada Way resident said Christmas decorations were missing from the basement.
A loose dog was reportedly on Gava Lane.
Entergy’s service went out on North Badalona Drive.
East Gate reported a blue GMC Yukon with an open beer in its console.

March 4
A Pyrenees Way home was ransacked. Items stolen included a 42-inch TV, 55-inch Roku TV, Sony BluRay DVD, several Blu-ray DVDs, broken glass items,  cash and jewelry.
An officer found construction supplies and a suitcase off Cardenal Circle.
A man was cited for allowing an unconfined “high-risk breed,” defined by Saline County ordinance. He told police the dog accidentally got out 20 minutes earlier.

March 5
A burglary was reported at an Alpestre Lane home. Items stolen included a 42-inch TV, custom desktop computer with two monitors, large wooden jewelry box, two clock radios, two matching night stands and a Blu-ray player.
Police received a report of an erratic white Kia on DeSoto Boulevard.
Police received a report of an erratic blue Jeep on DeSoto Boulevard.
A large tree fell on Highway 5 just west of Highway 128. Fountain Lake Volunteer Fire Department cut and removed the tree.
An officer spoke with a predestrian, who was walking to his job at Last Chance Café.
West Gate staff said a silver sedan with Texas plates failed to stop.
West Gate staff said a white Ford truck with Louisiana plates failed to stop.
After an officer stopped a 2006 Chevrolet pickup with expired tags, he learned the driver had an active Pulaski County warrant for failure to appear. The driver was cited for driving on a suspended license and “registration requirements.”
Police received a report of a white truck dumping on Zapato Way.
A black Nissan reportedly tailgated in Glazier Peau Gate.

March 6
A Laja Circle resident told police someone twisted the home’s doorknob, and walked off.
West Gate staff said a red SUV with paper tag did not stop.
West Gate staff said a red car with Texas plates did not stop.
A black Honda was reportedly driven erratically near Balboa and Balearic. It was not licensed to a Village address.
POA staff said a boater moved a Coronado barricade. The boat was not found, but the trailer had no POA boat registration, and the officer issued a warning citation.
The Cambre Circle owner of a barking dog was cited with the Garland County noise ordinance.
A Walmart customer accidentally hit a Walmart employee walking on the parking lot. The employee suffered minor injuries.
Police received a report of an injured deer near the Minorca Road-Pamplona Way intersection, but it was not found.

March 7
Police received a report of a loose dog at DeSoto Golf Course.
After a report of a vehicle crash on Pyrenees Way, an officer found debris and determined a Hyundai left the scene of a one-vehicle wreck.
A Honda Pilot and Honda Insight collided at DeSoto Golf Course. Damage: $800, $1,300

March 8
The owner of a barking dog on Entrada Way was cited with a Garland County noise violation.
West Gate staff seized a POA card that was not presented by the card’s owner, which is a policy violation.
A Villager reported a $98,000 fraud attempt. His bank called and asked if the charge was OK.
Officers attempted to serve a Garland County warrant on Durango Way.
A officer saw loose dogs near Jarandilla and Cortez.