ONE THING LEADS TO ANOTHER
1100 block of West Washington Street
Criminal mischief, warrant: This complainant stated someone broke his vehicle’s windows. A woman was arrested in connection with the incident and officers discovered she also had an outstanding warrant. She was taken to Orient Road Jail and the victim signed a waiver of prosecution for the criminal mischief.
SECURE THE BAG
500 block of West Ball Street
Theft: Officers met with this complainant, who stated someone stole $718 from her purse.
2300 block of Maki Road
Burglary: This complainant stated someone broke into his home by breaking through a window near his back door’s deadbolt. The incident happened sometime between 9:45 and 10:30 p.m. Oct. 3.
2400 block of James L. Redman Parkway
Battery: Officers learned two co-workers got into an altercation which resulted in a necklace being broken. The subject who owned the necklace approached the co-worker who broke it and her boyfriend to demand money to pay for the repair, then punched the boyfriend’s vehicle. Multiple waivers of prosecution were signed and no further investigation was required.
FAKE IT ’TIL YOU MAKE IT
3500 block of West Baker Street.
Fraud: Shortly after 4:15 p.m., a subject entered a business and loaded a debit card with $400. The business then learned the subject may have used 20 counterfeit $20 bills in the transaction.
300 block of South Frontage Road
Criminal mischief: This complainant stated an unknown subject slashed three of her Nissan SUV’s tires while it was parked in a lot at her complex. Surveillance video did not show any suspects, but slash marks were clearly visible on the three tires.The complainant said she was not in a dispute with anyone and had no idea who could have caused the damage, and a waiver of prosecution was signed.
Madison Street/Tyler Street
Shooting into occupied conveyance: This complainant was driving on Madison Street near Tyler Street when a single round from a gunshot hit his front windshield. The driver signed a waiver of prosecution.