Police blotter

WILMOTH DR 10/26 HVAC unit stolen from outside the residence.

HARTWELL DR 10/29 Falling Creek Court. Unknown suspect/s attempted to enter the victim’s locked vehicle and at this time nothing was reported stolen.

GARY AVE 10/28 Ivey Acres. Unknown suspect/s removed a trailer from the victim’s vehicle and stole it along with its contents from in front of the residence.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 10/28 Mid-Cities Plaza Shopping Center. License plates were reported stolen from the victim’s teal 1995 Honda Accord.

CROFTON CR 9/15 Chipchase. The victim reported his blue, 2001 Yamaha dirt bike stolen.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 10/28 Cresthill Trailer Park. Unknown suspect/s attempted to steal the victim’s silver 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier.

BURNT OAK DR 10/29 Ivywalk Apartments. An unknown suspect entered the victim’s apartment through the front door using a key. The suspect saw the victim inside and immediately fled the area.

RIVER RD 10/30 Unknown suspect/s forced entry to the residence through the front door. Damage was also found to the rear door, where entry was attempted. Property was stolen.

BUTLER LN 10/30 Grassland. The vacant residence was entered through a rear door. Nothing was taken from inside.

IRON BRIDGE RD 10/28  Unknown suspect/s forced entry through the gate surrounding the rear of the business, forced open a rear door and entered the business. Once inside, the unknown suspect/s rummaged through the interior, taking various items. Suspect/s also entered a vehicle outside of the business. It was unknown at the time of the report whether anything was missing from that vehicle.

COGBILL RD 10/30 Meadowbrook Country Club. Unknown suspect/s removed the glass in the rear door of the kitchen in an attempt to enter. No entry was made. Unknown suspect/s then removed the screws from the plywood covering the windows of the pool house and broke the windowpane to gain entry. Nothing appeared to be missing from inside.

SWANHAVEN DR 10/28 Gem Craft Home. Two HVAC units were stolen from outside the residence.

IRONHORSE RD 10/24 Meadowbrook Farm. Two HVAC units were stolen from outside the vacant residence.

IRONGATE RD 10/29 Irongate. Suspect/s stole two HVAC units from outside of the business.

W GROVE AVE 10/29 Pleasant Dale. Unknown suspect/s stole the victim’s trailer and contents from the residence.

BATTERY DANTZLER CT 10/25 Bermuda Park Industrial Park. Unknown suspect/s cut a hole in a fence around the business where property was then stolen.

BRAMBLETON RD 10/31 Jessup Farms. An unlocked 2000 Mazda was entered and miscellaneous property was reported stolen.

OLD STAGE RD 10/28 Multiple vehicles were entered and property was reported stolen.

SOUTHLAND DR 10/30 Super 8 Motel. The victim reported a vehicle part removed from her silver, 2006 Chevrolet Equinox.

S JESSUP RD 10/31 Fairpines. The complainant discovered a fire in the road and saw several juveniles fleeing the area.

MARINA DR 8/05 Falling Creek Apartments. The victim gave her 1991 Lincoln to a subject for repairs and the vehicle has not been returned.

CATTAIL RD 10/28 The victim reported two inoperable vehicles were stolen from his property.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 10/17 A gold, 1995 Mercury Sable was reported stolen.

LUCKYLEE CRESCENT 10/30 Meadowdale Townhouses. The victim was at a friend’s residence with known associates and one unknown subject. An argument ensued over a card game. One friend and the unknown male subject confronted the victim outside. One subject brandished a handgun and demanded all of the victim’s money. The victim surrendered his wallet, at which time the handgun was passed to the unknown suspect and the subjects went back into the apartment. The victim fled the scene.

MARTINGALE RD 10/31 Colonial Ridge Apartments. Entry to the victim’s residence was forced through the front door and items were stolen.

RIVER RD 11/1 Suspect/s attempted to enter the business through a rear door where damage was found.

SOUTH ST 10/30 Career Support Systems. Items were stolen from the victim’s unsecured vehicle.

BRIAROAK RD 11/01 Irongate. Shots were fired in the area of a party. No injuries were reported.

ARBOR LAKE DR 10/17 Arbor Lake Apartments. Property was removed from the victim’s apartment. No signs of forced entry were noted.

SURRY RD 11/01 Carrisbrook. The victim reported his vehicle had been egged and rummaged through.

INDIAN POINT RD 11/01 Salem Woods. The front license plate was removed from the victim’s 2009 silver Toyota Scion TC.

WILLIS RD 11/03 Gravel Pit Farms. The victim was standing at the end of her driveway when the suspect knocked her down and took her purse. The suspect was last seen running west on Willis Road toward Interstate 95.

WALKERS COVE DR 11/03 Walkers Cole. A known subject forced his way inside the residence and assaulted the victim.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 11/03 Property was removed from an unlocked apartment and an unlocked vehicle at the location.

MEADOWDALE BL 11/03 Meadowdale Shopping Center. The victim has placed her cash envelope on the counter while she spoke with a store employee. The suspect, seeing the envelope, grabbed it and ran out of the store.

W HUNDRED RD 11/02 The complainant reported license plates were stolen from a 2002 Nissan Frontier.

TROYCOTT PL 11/03 Patterson Park. The victim reported her vehicle was taken by a known suspect.

SALEM CHURCH RD 11/03 The victim was walking along the road when the suspects assaulted him, taking his property.

GREENSIDE DR 11/04 Greenside. Unknown suspect/s kicked in the victim’s front door and rummaged through multiple rooms upstairs. Property was reported stolen.

E HUNDRED RD 11/03 Peddles Chains and Things. Unknown suspect cut the lock to the shed outside of the business and removed a moped that was inside.

STEPHENS POINT DR 11/04 Arbor Landing. Property was stolen from the victim’s unlocked vehicle.

KARLYN CT 3/21 Rivers Bend. The victim took her vehicle to the dealer for repairs and, upon returning to get it, was told that it had been sold.

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