Three local men are facing alcohol-related charges after Greencastle City Police were called to the North Indiana Street apartment of Louie Boler early Friday because of a noise complaint.
GPD Officers Eric Vaughan and Nick Eastham responded to the scene at 1 a.m.
Finding underage persons in consumption of alcohol, they cited Boler, 35, for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Elijah Isenhower, 20, Danville, is facing a charge of illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor.
Under PBT (portable breathalyzer testing), Isenhower registered a .34 percent blood-alcohol content (BAC), more than four times the legal limit of .08 percent. Isenhower was reportedly taken to Putnam County Hospital for examination.
Also being charged with illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor is Jeffrey A. Hunter, 19, Greencastle. Hunter registered a .06 percent BAC.
Wednesday evening, Officer Vaughan was called to Hillsdale Avenue in the Northwood Addition to investigate a reported dog bite incident.
David Sells, age unavailable, Greencastle, was riding his scooter on Hillsdale about 3 p.m. was he was reportedly attacked and bitten by a dog.
Sells told police the dog came around the corner and chased after him before biting him on the leg.
Authorities are uncertain who owns the dog. Sells could not provide police with a distinct description of the canine in question.
One recent traffic citation was issued by GPD Capt. Charles Inman.
-- At 3:05 a.m. Thursday, he stopped Clayton Homler, 35, Greencastle, on Indianapolis Road. Homler was cited for driving with a suspended license.