COLUMBUS, Ind. — Police are reminding residents to keep their cools as the temperatures heat up after receiving more than a dozen reports of batteries over the weekend.
Columbus police responded to 13 batteries from Friday through Sunday night, some of which were domestic incidents, said Lt. Matt Myers, spokesman for the police department.
"That's a lot for the weekend," he said.
As temperatures rise, police usually see an increase in reports of domestic disputes, batteries and fights, Myers said.
He said police want to remind people find an agreement or separate if they become involved in an argument to avoid becoming involved in a physical altercation.
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