An unknown person used a brick to damage a victim's house in the 3600 block of Milton Avenue via the window at approximately 9:35 PM.
POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
A traffic stop in the 8300 block of Pickwick Lane resulted in two arrests for the possession of marijuana.
THEFT OF PROPERTY
A suspect took a victim's unlocked bicycle without permission or consent from the 2500 block of Granada Avenue between 7:20 AM and 11:17 AM.
ACCIDENT INVOLVING DAMAGE TO VEHICLE
A victim stated that a suspect vehicle struck his vehicle in the 6200 block of North Central service road at approximately 10:00 PM. Both drivers pulled over, and the victim attempted to exchange information. The suspect driver then got back in his vehicle and drove away without leaving the necessary information with the victim.
A dog attacked another dog and bit a man who tried to separate the two animals. The incident occurred in the 6200 block of Golf Drive at approximately 9:19 AM.
A subject was contacted after reports of him dancing in the street on Preston Road. An investigation revealed that the subject is under 21 but had been drinking using a fake driver's license.
THEFT OF PROPERTY
A suspect removed property from a store in the 3000 block of Mockingbird Lane at approximately 12:51 AM without paying.
An officer responded to a possibly intoxicated person at a restaurant in the 3400 block of Asbury. Upon arrival, the officers found the subject and determined that he was intoxicated. The subject was arrested.
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A FIREARM BY A FELON
At approximately 9:32 PM, officers were dispatched to a suspicious persons call in the 3000 block of Daniel Avenue. Upon arrival, the officer was flagged down by an unknown person who pointed out the subject in question. The officers made contact with the subject, who was then placed under arrest for the unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.
A subject entered a CVS in the 3000 block of Mockingbird Lane at approximately 9:33 PM. He was wearing a hoodie, and he approached the clerk at the register. He then threatened to shoot the clerk if they did not take money from the register and hand it over. The subject left the store with about $200, but he was then caught a short distance from the store by the Dallas PD.
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