7:45 p.m. A woman on North Betty Jo Drive reported a woman entered the caller’s house uninvited and stated that she was drawn to the caller’s house because of the wood. When the caller asked the woman where she was from, the woman stated she was from the stars but was now living in “FayetteNam.”
6:22 p.m. A man at 1528 N. Porter Road reported someone placed a sign in his tree that read “vet.” It may be the same person who stole his racecar the previous day, the caller said.
8:04 p.m. A man at 2842 Habberton told the dispatcher he was God’s chosen one and that he wanted to speak to the president. He said he had a biblical map and wanted the world surrendered to him.
10:15 a.m. A woman at 2593 N. College Ave. reported a man in a black jacket and cut-up shorts was apparently drunk, walking around in the parking lot of Arkansas Pools and Spas. The caller reported the man’s shorts were shredded and he was not wearing any underwear.
4:39 p.m. A clerk at 1540 E. 15th St. reported some children have been stealing quarts of oil all day.
12:24 p.m. A man on Arkansas 265 West reported someone put toilet paper all over his yard, hot dogs in all the toilets, and spread macaroni throughout his house.
4:14 p.m. A caller on South Washington Avenue reported a man sitting on the sidewalk, urinating into a bottle.
11:53 p.m. A woman at County Line Road in Bethel Heights reported her neighbors had been partying all night and she was ready to go to bed.
12:16 a.m. A man at 15646 Coose Hollow Court in Rogers reported a helicopter flew over his house and a few minutes later a car with its headlights off drove up and down his driveway.
8:00 p.m. A woman reported children not wearing shirts were at the end of the street at 736 E. Ash St. chanting and some children were hiding because something satanic was coming after them.
1:43 a.m. A caller on West Center Street and South Hill Avenue reported several children outside hollering and making noise by banging trashcans together. They also moved a toilet into the middle of the street, the caller said.
6:29 p.m. A man reported a man in a blue Honda Accord driving recklessly on North Thompson Street. The man had a paper bag on his head and was running people off the road, the caller said.
2:36 a.m. A caller at 2300 N. College Ave. reported a large fight involving about fifteen people. The fight originated, the caller said, because someone spilled a Coke.
11:17 p.m. A caller at the 1500 Block of N. Fieldstone Ave. reported his brother stabbed him with a fork. The two were arguing over pie.
11:41 p.m. A caller on South University Avenue reported two people in his apartment building were smoking marijuana. The caller believed they were college students.
11:08 a.m. A woman at 1764 N. Leverette Ave. reported she was walking by an apartment when the resident opened the door and a cloud of smoke and the smell of marijuana came out.
6:05 p.m. A woman at 11284 S. Harris Drive in Elkins woke up and a woman was in the laundry room claiming to be the mother of Jesus Christ.
1:43 a.m. A man at 4099 N. Sunflower Circle reported someone was trying to get in his front door and was snapping a bullwhip.
6:38 p.m. A woman at 13822 Stephanie Circle in Rogers reported neighbors were burning grass and leaves with a blowtorch.
3:20 p.m. A woman and man at Hilltop Inn at 3601 S. Thompson St. reported that several people come to the hotel several times a month and unload baby formula off of a truck. They have been coming up from Texas once or twice a month for the past year and always drive a white van, stay for a couple days and leave with several cases of Enfamil and other items. The man reported that about six months ago, the individuals left $3,000 under the mattress in the room they stayed in and came back later that day to pick up the money. Two women rented the room on April 6, and on April 7 there were about twelve or thirteen people in the motel room, the callers said. They loaded several cases of Enfamil and other items, and the callers noticed the group was very cautious and seemed very paranoid while loading the items in the van. When the callers looked into the room, there were several items of clothing from Wal-Mart with the price tags still on them and several price tag attachments scattered over the room.