SERIOUSLY, STOP LEAVING YOUR CARS UNLOCKED
1900 block of Juniper Drive
Vehicle burglary: This complainant stated her unlocked Chevrolet SUV was burglarized overnight.
Park Road/Baker Street
DUI: Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Park Road and Baker Street. The driver was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for DUI.
3800 block of Sugar Creek Court
Fraud: This complainant stated someone scammed her out of money on Facebook Marketplace.
JUST FOR KICKS
1300 block of North Lime Street
Criminal mischief: This complainant stated someone kicked her front door and damaged it.
1210 block of Camarosa Lane
Criminal mischief: This complainant stated someone damaged his vehicle’s hood and front windshield by unknown means sometime between 6:15 p.m. April 9 and 10:45 a.m. April 10.
1300 block of North Wheeler Street
Theft: This complainant stated that shortly after an Amazon package was delivered by his front door, an unknown female suspect walked up and stole it. The incident happened at approximately 1:30 p.m. and the package contained clothing items valued at $100. The complainant’s Ring doorbell camera caught the incident on video and officers used the stills to help find the female suspect. Officers found her at Rowena Mays Park later that day and, when she was shown the Ring video stills, she confessed to the crime and removed the stolen items from her back pack. The complainant went to the park to meet with the officers and the suspect, and he decided to sign a waiver of prosecution and not press charges.
Whitehall Street/Ferrell Street
Multiple charges: Officers received a call about a suspicious person in the area and located the male subject in question on the side of the roadway. They learned he had an outstanding warrant out of Polk County for driving with license suspended/revoked and failure to appear, and they also found him to be in possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia. He was arrested and taken to Orient Road Jail.
2600 block of Waver Street
Battery: An officer met with two female subjects who were involved in a fight. Each woman accused the other of instigating the fight, but there was no evidence and no witness account to prove either allegation. Both women declined to press charges and signed waivers of prosecution.
STRANGE THINGS ARE AFOOT AT THE CIRCLE K
2210 block of North Park Road
Battery: Officers met with a complainant who stated he was in an altercation with another male subject. The subject threw a drink on the complainant, who responded by throwing a drink back at the subject. The subject then got a yellow baseball bat from his vehicle and approached the complainant, threatening him. The complainant declined to press charges and signed a waiver of prosecution.
2930 block of Lakehouse Isle Cove
Warrant: Officers made contact with a male subject who had an active warrant out of Polk County for scheme to defraud, criminal use of personal identification, dealing in stolen property, forgery, two counts of uttering and two counts of grand theft. He was arrested and taken to Orient Road Jail.