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Riley Heruska – BubbleLife Staff
Apr 30 @ 15:00
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APRIL 23 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING DAMAGE TO VEHICLE OVER $200 

An officer was dispatched to the Highland Park Village in reference to a hit and run accident. Another officer had been flagged down by a store employee. The employee had witnessed a minivan pull into the village and attempt a U-turn in front of the store. The minivan struck the front driver side fender of another vehicle, then backed out and fled the area. The other vehicle's owner was contacted, but there was no description of the driver who left. 

THEFT OF PROPERTY 

An officer was dispatched to the 4300 block of Overhill Drive in reference to a reported theft. The victim stated that at approximately 9:30 AM, he arrived at the location to offload equipment that his employed had leased. He left a drill unattended on the sidewalk outside of a residence that was under construction. When he returned roughly an hour later, he found the drill missing. 


APRIL 26


THEFT OF PROPERTY 

An officer responded to a walk-in theft report in the front lobby of the HP DPS dispatch. The victim stated that she was having lunch alone at the Mi Concina in Highland Park Village at approximately 1:00 PM. She paid for her meal with her credit card. After leaving the restaurant and arriving at her next destination, she realized her credit card case was missing. 

DAMAGE TO PRIVATE PROPERTY 

At approximately 4:30 PM, an officer was dispatched to the 3500 block of Harvard Avenue in regards to private property damage. The resident advised that there was a pecan tree located on her property that was cut without her authorization. The resident is currently leasing the home to someone, and the nearby neighbor has complained about the tree. The owners of the home gave no one permission to cut the tree. Pictures of the tree were taken and a report was filed. 


APRIL 27 


THEFT 

The Highland Park Police Department received a packet from a McKinney Police Detective concerning a case. The detective stated that a McKinney resident had never received his insurance reimbursement check. When he contacted his insurance company, they said the check had already been cashed. The detective found it to be a case of forgery and handed the case over to the HPPD since the check was chased on Mockingbird Lane. 


APRIL 28 


THEFT OF PROPERTY 

At approximately 11:49 AM, an officer was dispatched to the 4600 block of Edmondson Avenue to take a theft report. The victim stated that an unknown suspect had taken her driver side door mirror without her permission while she was legally parked in the street in front of her home. The theft occurred between 3:00 on April 27 and 9:30 AM on April 28. 

DAMAGE TO TOWN PROPERTY 

Two officers were dispatched to the south alley of 3300 Mockingbird Lane for reported criminal mischief. The resident stated that they had witnessed a white man who appeared to be a college student throw a can of paint into the alley and kick the victim's fence. The officers found one quart of white paint spilled in the alley. They then made contact with the suspect, who lives next door. He claimed not to know anything about the paint and denied any involvement. Eventually, the suspect agreed to help clean the paint and the victim did not press charges. 


APRIL 29 


CRIMINAL TRESSPASS 

An officer was dispatched to the Whole Foods on Lomo Alto Drive to meet with a Texas State Trooper who had detained a shop lifting suspect. The suspect was placed under arrest for criminal trespassing. 


All information provided by HPPD 

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