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Weekly Crime Report

Posted on: March 18, 2020

Weekly Crime Report 03/20/2020 - 03/27/2020

DateCase  Offense  Summary 
03/20/202020-P-0188Theft

At 7:45 AM an officer was dispatched to the police station in regard to a report of a theft that had already occurred. Upon arrival, the officer discovered that an unknown person had stolen statues from the front yard of a residence in the 2900 block of Sunset. A report for theft was generated.

03/20/202020-P-0189Burglary of Motor Vehicle

At 4:00 PM an officer was dispatched to the police station in regards to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle that had already occurred in the 2800  block of Carnegie.  It was reported that an unknown person had entered the victim’s unsecured vehicle and removed items without the victim’s consent.  A BMV report was generated.

03/20/202020-P-0190Found Property

At 4:13 PM an officer was dispatched to the police station in regards to found property. A concerned citizen discovered a tote bag lying on the ground in the 4100 block of Bissonnet. A report was generated.

03/21/202020-P-0191Minor Accident/FSGI

At 4:00 PM an officer was dispatched to the 3100 block of University in regards to a failure to stop and give information (FSGI) minor accident. A city fire hydrant was struck and the driver of the striking vehicle failed to stop and provide the required information.  An FSGI report was generated.


03/22/2020

No crimes reported.
03/23/2020

No crimes reported.

03/24/202020-P-0193Identity TheftAt 2:31 PM an officer was dispatched to the 4200 block of Villanova to speak with the victim of identity theft.  The victim was informed by Chase Bank of an account opened using his personal identifiers that he did not do.
03/25/2020

No crimes reported
03/26/2020

No crimes reported.
03/27/202020-P-0194Criminal Mischief

At 10:55 AM an officer was dispatched to the 4200 block of S. Judson in regards to a criminal mischief that already occurred. Upon arrival and though investigation, it was discovered that a suspect threw white paint on the victim’s fence, bushes, and decorative garden rocks causing damage.


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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