A sampling of Austin weekend emergency calls:
8:57 a.m.: Report of a person held at gunpoint near Burnet Road and Research Boulevard. 9100 Research Blvd.
8:22 a.m.: Police, firefighters and Austin Energy dispatched after vehicular assault suspect in a silver Nissan Pathfinder crashes into a power pole and runs away. Reported at a convenience store, 8801 West Gate Blvd.
3:07 a.m.: Report of a woman wielding a knife. Avenue B and 39th, Hyde Park.
2:57a.m.: Armed robbery at 7-Eleven. 1320 E. Oltorf St.
2:36 a.m.: Attempted armed robbery, Walgreens. 1920 E. Riverside Dr.
7:57 p.m.: Numerous trash fires reported throughout city. Trash fire at homeless camp. W. Cesar Chavez and Colorado streets.
6:11 p.m.: Assault with a cane. E. 7th Street and Springdale Road—Govalle neighborhood.
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