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Riley Heruska – BubbleLife Staff
Sep 10 @ 17:00
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SEPTEMBER 3

BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE

At 11:13 AM, two officers responded to a burglary of a motor vehicle in the 4600 block of Belclaire Avenue. The victim stated that his vehicle was parked in front of his home overnight when an unknown person removed various items without permission. There are no known suspects at this time. 

FOUND PROPERTY 

At approximately 9:00 AM, two officers were conducting a house check in the 3300 block of St. John's Drive when they were approached by an unknown white male and female. The couple had found a set of keys on the sidewalk while walking their dogs nearby. The keys were taken into possession by the officers and logged as found property. 

THEFT OF PROPERTY 

An officer was working as an off-duty security officer at the Highland Park Shopping Village when he was notified of a theft at 12:45 PM. The store manager said that a pair of sandals was stolen 15 minutes before by a black male and a black female. The descriptions of the male and female match those of two other burglaries that occurred over the past couple of weeks. 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 

An officer was dispatched to the 3600 block of Maplewood Avenue because a resident had returned to home to find that her back door had been kicked in. The victim stated that she had left her home secured on August 31 at 6:00 PM to take a trip out of town. When they returned, the rear French doors were hanging wide open. The victim has not noticed any items missing from her home. It was then discovered that the doors had been previously damaged by the woman's soon-to-be ex-husband. 


SEPTEMBER 5 


FAILURE TO LEAVE ID AT ACCIDENT 

At approximately 8:31 PM, an officer was dispatched to the 5500 block of Hillcrest Avenue on a hit-and-run call. The witness stated that she saw a black vehicle come into contact with another vehicle that legally parked near Mockingbird and Hillcrest. The driver of the black vehicle fled the scene without leaving behind any information. 


SEPTEMBER 6 


THEFT OF PROPERTY 

An officer was dispatched to a reported theft at a construction site near Preston Road and Edmondson Avenue at approximately 7:11 AM. The reporting person stated that he had parked a cargo trailer on Preston Road and that the rear door was locked with a padlock. Upon returning to the trailer the next day for work, he noticed that it was missing, along with all of its contents. 

THEFT OF PROPERTY 

At 11:00 AM, an officer met with a reporting person in the Highland Park Shopping Village about the theft of a purse. The RP, an employee at a store, stated that at approximately 4:15 PM on August 15, a bag was stolen from the store. The employee gave a description of the suspect to the police and might be able to secure security footage of him. 

DAMAGE TO TOWN PROPERTY AND PRIVATE PROPERTY 

A victim stated that his truck was damaged by tree limbs that fell when a white moving truck struck the dangling limbs in the 3700 block of Maplewood Avenue. The moving truck also caused damage to the tree itself as well as the victim's vehicle. 


SEPTEMBER 7 


FAILURE TO LEAVE ID AT ACCIDENT 

At 11:02 AM, an officer was dispatched to the 3500 block of Normandy Avenue to meet with a victim whose vehicle had been damaged while it was legally parked on the road. She stated that she parked the vehicle at 9:00 AM on September 6 and noticed the damage at approximately 6:00 PM when she was about to leave for work. There was no information left behind by the other driver. 


SEPTEMBER 8 


UNATTENDED VEHICLE 

A homeowner in the 4100 block of St. John's Drive reported at 8:21 AM that a parked vehicle was left unattended in their private driveway. Once police arrived, a woman showed and claimed the car was hers. She stated that she left the car there because she didn't want to drive any longer, and she was not able to provide proof of financial responsibility. She was not allowed to obtain possession of the vehicle without the proof. 


SEPTEMBER 9 


THEFT OF PROPERTY 

At approximately 4:15 AM, an officer was dispatched to the 4400 block of Westway Drive on a report of a theft of a vehicle. The resident stated that his wife was awakened by the sound of their dog barking at approximately 4:10 AM. When she looked out the kitchen window, she saw that her husband's car was attached to a tow truck and being removed from the property. The car was not repossessed or borrowed by anyone with permission. 


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