At 6:55 PM officers were dispatched to the 3100 block of West Holcombe in regards to a welfare check.
No crimes reported.
At 2:55 PM an officer was dispatched to the 5300 block of Buffalo Speedway in regards to a minor accident. Upon arrival and through investigation, it was discovered the operator of one of the vehicles fled the scene prior to police arrival and failed to stop and provide information (FSGI).
At 7:40 PM an officer was flagged down at the police station in reference to found property. The property was taken and placed into evidence for safekeeping.
|04/20/2020||20-P-0217||Criminal Mischief||At 8:01 PM an officer was dispatched to the 3700 block of Georgetown, to speak with a complainant, in regards to a criminal mischief that already occurred. The complainant stated that on 04/19/20 he parked his vehicle in ordinary conditions and on 04/20/20 he noticed he’s vehicle had a small scratch on the left corner of the rear cargo door. A report for Criminal Mischief was generated.|
At 9:37 AM an officer was advised by dispatch of a case of identity theft via phone. The officer returned a call to the victim who said an unknown person(s) used his personal identifying information to open a Verizon Wireless cell phone account.
At 4:30 PM officers were dispatched to the 3000 block of Rice regarding an individual who stated that subject(s) in a passing vehicle shot him with a paintball. Based on the description provided, responding officers located the vehicle in the 3100 block of Rice where a traffic stop was conducted. Upon further investigation, all three occupants (Michael Lyle Milstead, Simon Phillip Leinauer, and Ronald Benito Hardge) of the vehicle were detained, questioned, and subsequently arrested for Assault.
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|04/22/2020||20-P-0221||Police Information Report||At 7:54 PM officers were dispatched to the 3700 block of Nottingham in regards to an individual being bit by a dog. Upon further investigation, it was discovered the dog bite had already occurred in the 6300 block of College. A police information report was generated.|
|04/23/2020||20-P-0223||Fraud||At 4 PM an officer was dispatched to the police department in regards to a report of fraudulent activity. Complainant stated that he received a call stating that he would receive better AT&T service if he purchased eBay gift cards and provide the gift card numbers over the phone. Information was gathered and a report was generated.|
|04/23/2020||20-P-0224||Identity Theft||At 8:33 PM an Officer was dispatched to the 6700 block of East College in reference to an unknown person(s) using the victim’s personal information without their effective consent. An ID Theft report was generated.|
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