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Weekly Crime Report

Posted on: June 26, 2020

Weekly Crime Report 06/19/2020 - 06/26/2020

DateCase  Offense  Summary 
06/19/2020

No crimes reported.

06/20/2020

No crimes reported.

06/21/2020

No crimes reported.

06/22/202020-P-0316Burglary of Motor Vehicle

At 5:32 PM an officer was dispatched to the 2600 block of Pittsburg to speak with a complainant who stated that an unknown person burglarized their vehicle at approximately 0555 hours. A report for burglary of a motor vehicle was generated.

06/23/202020-P-0318TheftAt 5:11 PM an officer was notified of a report of a theft of a package. An officer made contact with the resident, and learned that an unknown person had stolen a package from the doorstep of a residence located in the 2700 block of Wroxton. A report for package theft was generated.
06/23/202020-P-0319Theft

At 7:53 PM an officer was dispatched to the 4100 block of Ruskin in regards to a theft of a personal check. Victim stated that a check was mailed, which was then altered by unknown person(s) not related to the intended receiver. The check was attempted to be cashed. Information was gathered and a report was generated.

06/24/202020-P-0320Identity TheftAt 10:32 AM an officer was dispatched to the police station to speak to a resident regarding an incident where an unknown person(s) fraudulently used their identifying information.
06/25/202020-P-0322Recovery of Stolen VehicleAt 9:14 AM officers were dispatched to the 4100 block of Coleridge in regards to an abandoned vehicle. Upon investigation it was discovered the vehicle was reported stolen out of Houston Police Department.
06/25/202020-P-0323Criminal TrespassAt 7:10 PM  an officer was dispatched to the 2900 block of Wroxton in regards to criminal trespassing. Victim stated that the suspect on the property had been issued a criminal trespassing warning, but returned back to the property. Information was gathered, a report was generated and a To-Be Warrant was filed.


Important Notice

The West University Place Police Department’s Crime Report represents basic data of crimes. There are limitations associated with the information provided.

Initial crime classifications may be changed at a later date based upon further investigation. In addition, changes to call types after the initial report will not be reflected.

Information may include mechanical or human error. The information provided is not intended as a representation of official crime statistics.

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