11:07 a.m.: Responded to a report about a man passed out in his vehicle at the top floor of the Foundry Place Garage. The caller saw alcohol in the front seat. Police determined the man was fine, was sleeping off the previous night and agreed to go home and pick up his car later.

11:32 a.m.: Responded to a three-car property damage accident at the traffic circle.

11:58 a.m.: Responded to a property damage accident on Lafayette Road.

12:44 p.m.: Received a call from a woman at a State Street location who said a male neighbor was threatening her and it is an ongoing issue. Woman requested to see an officer to help her get an emergency restraining order. The male neighbor then arrived at the police station to report he was being threatened by the woman and she had video of the incident. Police spoke to the man but the woman did not answer her phone when police called back.

3:41 p.m.: Received a request for a civil standby for a custody transfer at the city library. Police monitored the transfer without incident.

4:09 p.m.: Received a report from a New Castle Avenue home about a knife that had been stuck in the back of a mans mailbox. The caller believes it could have been a prior tenant who put the knife in the mailbox. Officer responded and determined it was actually a piece of plastic.

6:10 p.m.: Walk-in report taken about alleged child abuse.

9:27 p.m.: Received a report about a domestic incident at a Kearsarge Way home. Caller said her brother-in-law was having an anger outburst, yelling, screaming and threatening her husband. Two young children and the brother-in-laws wife were locked in an upstairs bedroom. Caller added there has not been any physical assault. Police arrived at the scene and determined everything was calm.

10:19 p.m.: Received a report of a hit-and-run property damage crash off Islington Street. There were no suspects and no injuries. The responsible party ultimately came to the police station and identified herself.

10:52 p.m.: Received a report from Portsmouth Regional Hospital about an out of control female patient who had kicked staff even though she was in restraints. Police determined a simple assault had taken place.

11:39 p.m.: Arrested Jared M. Hett, 19, of 230 FW Hartford Drive, on a charge alleging driving while intoxicated and unlawful possession of alcohol.