Police Blotter : February 10, 2010

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 1/29 The front door of a residence was forced open and property stolen from inside.

ALCOTT RD 2/01 Patterson Park. Unknown suspect/s gained entry to the victim’s residence and stole items from inside. The suspect/s entered through an unlocked rear bedroom window and exited through the rear door of the residence.

GAINFORD CR 1/31 Falling Creek Hills. Unknown suspect/s attempted to break into a garage and successfully entered the shed. Property was stolen.

MOUNTSHIRE LN 1/29 Property was stolen from the victim’s unsecured garage.

E HUNDRED RD 1/30 Bermuda Inn. Officers responded to an alarm activation at the business and discovered a side door had been forced open. One suspect was located in the area, and property was stolen.

RIVER RD 1/29 The complainant saw the suspects as they were taking items from the victim’s property.

WHITE CROSS CT 1/31 Berwick Village Apartments. Property was removed from the victim’s locked vehicle. No signs of forced entry were noted. The purse was later found in a creek with only the cash missing.

BURNT OAK DR 1/29 Ivywalk Apartments. The driver’s side window was broken out of the victim’s 1995 Chevrolet Camaro.

OKEHAMPTON DR 2/01 Kimberly Acres. A wallet was removed from the victim’s purse, which was left in an unlocked vehicle.

GREENBRIAR DR 1/29 Two coolers were removed from the bed of the victim’s truck, which was parked in his driveway. One cooler was recovered down the street.

COOL SPRING DR 1/29 Bruce Farms. Unknown suspect/s rummaged through the victim’s unlocked vehicles, a Ford F-350 and a Jeep Cherokee, which were parked in his driveway.

HILL RD 1/29 Kings Forest. The rear license plate was taken off the victim’s 1994 Dodge pickup truck.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 1/29 K-Mart. Property was taken from two vehicles, a Honda Civic and Chevrolet Caprice, left parked at the store. Both vehicles had been entered through windows that had prior damage and were unable to be secured.

BURNT OAK DR 1/29 Ivywalk Apartments. License plates were removed from the victim’s 1993 Honda Civic.

LIGHT ST 2/01 A locked, maroon 2003 Jeep SUV was stolen from the victim’s residence. The victim still has her key.

IRON BRIDGE RD 2/02 The rear door of a residence was forced open and property was stolen from inside.

HARTWELL DR 2/02 Falling Creek Court. A vacant residence was entered through a rear sliding glass door and property was reported missing.

HOGANS AL 2/02 Rivers Bend Golf Course. Unknown suspect/s took a green club golf cart and damaged another one.

BURNT OAK DR 2/02 Ivywalk Apartments. The victim said he heard a knock at the door, but did not immediately open it. After a few minutes, the victim opened the door, at which time two unknown suspects forced their way into the residence, assaulted the victim and stole property from inside.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 2/03 Falling Creek Apartments. The front window of a vacant apartment was pushed out onto the kitchen floor. Nothing inside the apartment had been disturbed.

CHALKLEY RD 2/03 Victims returned home to find damage to a side door. The wood around the door knob and the door jamb was cracked as if the door had been kicked, but entry was not gained.

PETERSBURG ST 2/03 Unknown suspect/s tried to enter the victim’s locked, silver 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse. At this time, nothing was reported stolen. The vehicle was parked in the victim’s driveway.

VINTNER DR 2/04 Vinings at Ironbridge. Unknown suspect/s entered an apartment through a rear sliding glass door after climbing onto the balcony. Property was stolen.

MEADOWDALE BL 2/03 Regency Lake Apartments. Unknown suspect/s entered the victim’s apartment and took property from inside. No signs of force were found.

BRAMPTON WY 2/05 Victim’s 2002 Cadillac Deville was stolen from the area when it was left with the keys inside.

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