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Weekly Crime Report

Posted on: April 17, 2020

Weekly Crime Report 04/10/2020 - 04/17/2020

DateCase  Offense  Summary 
04/13/2020

No crimes reported.

04/14/202020-P-0210Criminal Mischief

At 9:26 AM a report was taken over the phone for a criminal mischief that occurred on 03/28/2020 at the Bank of Texas located in the 5500 block of Kirby. The bank reported that a subject swinging a stick damaged a banner that was located by the ATM machine.

04/14/202020-P-0211Theft of Vehicle

At 11:27 AM an officer was dispatched to the police station in regards to an auto theft had already occurred. It was reported that an unknown person/s had stolen the victim’s vehicle from the 6500 block of Westchester without the owner’s consent.  A theft of vehicle report was generated.

04/14/202020-P-0212DOA

At 8:13 PM officers were dispatched to the 5800 block of Fordham in regards to Welfare Check. Upon further investigation it was discovered the sole occupant of the residence was deceased upon arrival.  A report was generated.

04/15/2020

No crimes reported.

04/16/202020-P-0213Police Information Report

At 6:55 PM an officer was dispatched to the 3000 block of Sunset in reference to a Failure to Stop and Give Information incident. The suspect vehicle struck an unattended vehicle and the driver left the scene without providing the information required by state law. The driver of the suspect vehicle was contacted and returned to the scene, providing the required information. A crash report was generated and the incident was documented in this information report.

04/17/2020

No crimes reported.


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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