100 block of South Howard Street
Grand theft: An officer met with this complainant, who stated someone stole her puppy. The female suspect was found, arrested and taken to Orient Road Jail without incident.
West Reynolds Street/Mobley Street
Multiple charges: Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle seen failing to maintain a single lane. The driver was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for DUI and driving without a valid license.
THE ‘CATMAN’ COMETH
110 block of North Pearl Street
Multiple charges: These complainants reported a known male subject knocked on their window while holding a gun and demanded that “Chris” leave their apartment. The subject, whom they knew as “Catman” from down the hall, pointed a gun at the male complainant and punched him in the face when he opened the door to inform the subject “Chris” was not there. “Catman” pushed the female complainant and walked away. The subject was unable to be located and the complainants declined to press charges, signing a waiver of prosecution.
100 block of West Bates Street
Squatting: Officers met with this complainant, who stated the door to a nearby home was damaged and that several people had been sleeping inside.
JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONS
2300 block of Maki Road
Criminal mischief: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance at an apartment complex and made contact with a male and a female subject, who were involved in a verbal altercation. The male subject jumped onto the hood of the female subject’s vehicle, denting and damaging it. The male agreed to pay for the damages and the female signed a waiver of prosecution.
COLD CLOCKED OVER COLD CASH
710 block of West Madison Street
Battery: Two male subjects who have known each other for years got into a dispute over money, during which one punched the other in the mouth. The receiver of the punch did not need medical attention and signed a waiver of prosecution.
2200 block of West Baker Street
Seize tag order: Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that did 35 mph in a 20 mph school zone and learned the tag had an active Florida seize tag order. It was taken to PCPD evidence.
DOWN IN THE DUMPS
2500 block of Frontage Park Place
Theft: Officers responded to a business in reference to the reported theft of a dump trailer.
HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF
2000 block of Sammonds Road
Stolen/recovered vehicle: On May 2, a complainant reported her red and black Kia Soul was stolen from a location on Sammonds Street. The vehicle was later recovered, but on May 6 she reported the vehicle was stolen again. This time, when the vehicle was found, police also found a juvenile suspect and made an arrest.