A sampling of Austin crime reports from the weekend:
Saturday, 12:40 p.m.: Man steals Chevy Malibu and leads police on a chase. Police give up on the chase. 2201 Willow Creek Dr.
Saturday, 3:17 p.m.: Firefighters report fire on top of an electrical pole. 11824 Harold Green Rd.
Saturday, 5:07 p.m.: Police received report of a fight involving multiple people. 6118 Fairway St.
Saturday, 7:46 p.m.: Vehicle crashed into river. 840 W. Cesar Chavez St.
Saturday, 11:32 p.m.: Butcher shop robbed by man armed with stick. 753 Montopolis Dr.
Sunday, 1:45 a.m.: Man punches passersby. 6300 S. Congress Ave.
Sunday, 2:17 a.m.: Man assaulting patrons at downtown club. 310 Colorado St.
Sunday, 5:14 a.m.: Police respond to call of two men breaking glass with baseball bats. 1291 N I-35.
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