Two hotel employees had to call the police when they felt they were being threatened last week.
On Oct. 4, a Hampton Inn employee called to report a business call from an unknown man. The man on the phone told the employee he wanted to speak to a hotel guest, but could not provide the correct name or room number of the guest.
When the employee would not connect the man to a room, the man threatened to cause physical harm to the employee, according to the report.
Telecommunication harassment is a first-degree misdemeanor.
On Oct. 6, A Staybridge Hotel employee called the police department because he said a customer in the lobby became loud and threatening when he learned his booked room was no longer available.
No physical contact was made, but the employee told officers the man made gestures that he was going to jump over the counter.
When police arrived, the customer denied making any gestures like that.
The victim said he did not want to pursue criminal charges, but did want the customer to leave and asked police to give him a trespassing warning.
An officer escorted the man out of the hotel and issued a trespass warning.