This dog was seemingly just living up to it's claimed status as man's best friend.
A Port Washington resident visited the Port Washington Police Department at 9:56 a.m. Friday to turn in a stray dog, according to a police report. The dog had been following the resident, he told police.
Police found the owner, who was warned for dog at large.
The four-legged creature made it home in one piece.
More from the reports:
- Got garbage? One Port Washington household was without a place to put their trash at 9:41 pm. Friday. The resident in the 400 block of West Chestnut Street called to report the trash and recyclable bins had been stolen from the end of the driveway, the police report said. There are no suspects.
- Thanks, son: A 47-year-old Port woman left Sundance Tavern at 11:26 p.m. March 10 without paying her tab, a police report said. Police cited the woman for theft, and the son returned to pay the money owed.
- Motor party: Police responded to a noise complaint at 9:09 p.m. March 12 in the 900 block of Woodland Avenue. According to the police report, the caller reported a number of trucks and snowmobiles "making a lot of noise and driving recklessly." A 22-year-old man at the residence told police a group of friends had just left, and had made a lot of noise.