At approximately 9:52 PM, an officer was dispatched to the 3600 block of Rice in reference to a smashed vehicle window. Upon further investigation, it was discovered the rear window of an SUV was smashed by an unknown person(s). A Criminal Mischief report was generated.
|07/31/2020||20-P-0365||Criminal Mischief|| At 12:40 PM, officers were dispatched to the 6700 block of Stella Link in regards to a disturbance in progress. Upon arrival, it was discovered two family members were in a verbal disagreement. One individual, suspect, became aggressive and caused damage to a parked vehicle. The victim, owner of vehicle, declined to press charges. All individuals were released from the scene without incident.|
|08/01/2020||20-P-0366||Police Information||An officer met with a person in the police station lobby, 3800 University, who reported that someone tried to purchase a vehicle he had for sale with a fraudulent check.|
At 2:24 PM, an officer observed two opened and empty packages in the 3600 block of University Blvd. Upon investigation, it was discovered an unknown suspect(s) took the items/packages from the front porch of a residence without consent. The incident occurred at 1:47 PM.
At approximately 9:00 PM, officers were dispatched to the 2900 block Wroxton, in reference to a trespasser. Officers arrived and located the trespasser (David Winks) who was later arrested.
File Date Court Offense
06/30/2020 14 Criminal Trespass
No crime reported
|08/04/2020||No crime reported|
|08/05/2020||20-P-0370||Burglary of Motor Vehicle ||At 3:09 PM, an officer was dispatched to the 4000 block of Coleridge in reference to a burglary of a motor vehicle that had already occurred. The reportee said an unknown person(s) entered his unsecured company pickup truck and stole some company property.|
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