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Weekly Police Incident Report: May 18th - 24th

Publish Date:05/26/2020 11:45 AM

For the reporting period of Monday, May 18th – Sunday, May 24th, CPD officers responded to 317 calls for service including 3 automobile accidents and 26 calls to assist the CFD. Among those calls were the following incidents:

 

On the way to a local hotel early Monday morning, a man fell asleep in his friend’s car. When they arrived at the hotel, he was upset about being awoken & physically assaulted his friend.

 

Tuesday evening, a resident in the 6400 block of Wydown discovered someone removed items from his detached garage & rummaged through his unlocked vehicle. The theft occurred sometime between Saturday the 16th & Monday.

 

Officers responded to Walgreens Wednesday morning after 2 subjects stole numerous personal hygiene items from the store. The suspects were located nearby & the merchandise recovered. Both subjects were issued trespass warnings.

 

A landscaper reported a piece of equipment was stolen from the bed of his truck while he worked in the 200 block of Linden Thursday afternoon.

 

Sometime between Friday evening & Saturday morning, an unlocked vehicle in the DeMun area was rifled through & US currency was taken. A second resident of the area reported several items of clothing were taken from her vehicle during the same time period. The vehicle owner believed entry was gained through her vehicle’s faulty rear hatch.  

 

Saturday afternoon a resident in the 800 block of Westwood returned home to discover her child’s bicycle was stolen from an unsecured garage. Time of occurrence was between 2pm & 3pm.

 

An early morning traffic stop in the area of Forsyth & Hanley Sunday resulted in the arrest of the driver for DWI.

 

A short time later, a traffic stop in the area of S. Hanley & Davis Dr. resulted in the arrest of the driver for possession of marijuana.

 

Lastly, while conducting a patrol through the Old Town neighborhood Sunday night, officers discovered 4 subjects trespassing in the garage of an office building. Following further investigation, 3 of the subjects were arrested for possession of marijuana & several items of drug paraphernalia.

 

Help us prevent crimes of opportunity by using your #9pmRoutine all day, every day. Secure your property & remember to remove all valuables, keys & remotes from your vehicles. If you witness any suspicious activity be sure to report it as soon as possible #SeeSomethingSaySomething. Stay safe everyone!

 

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