Police Blotter: March 17, 2010

FAULKNER DR 2/22 Ryan Homes Inc. Suspects entered the home under construction and removed copper from inside.

WHETSTONE RD 3/06 Meadowbrook Apartments. Victim returned home and found the front and rear doors unsecured. A pry mark was discovered on the rear door and items were missing from inside.

ALCOTT RD 3/07 Huntwood Apartments. The victim’s apartment was entered while she was away and items were taken from inside. A window was broken out and items were also damaged inside the residence.

DANIELS ST 3/06 Unknown suspect/s entered the victim’s garage, taking the keys from a table inside. The unknown person then entered the victim’s Chevrolet Tahoe, which was parked in the driveway, and stole it. The vehicle was located in the front yard of a neighbor’s residence.

GAINFORD CR 3/07 Falling Creek Hills. Unknown suspect/s entered the victim’s unlocked shed and removed miscellaneous property from inside.

HOPKINS RD 3/07 Pizza Hut. The suspect used a shopping cart to break out a front window of the business and gain entry to the interior.

CHESTERFIELD AVE 3/06 Ettrick Market. The front glass door of the business was smashed out and cigarettes were taken from inside.

MISTORA RD 3/07 An unknown suspect entered the victim’s vehicle and rummaged inside it.

VONDA CT 3/05 Greenleigh Mobile Homes. Property was stolen from the victim’s unlocked Chevrolet Trailblazer.

W HUNDRED RD 3/07 YMCA The passenger side window was broken out on the victims’ Toyota Landcruiser and property was stolen from inside.

GROVER CT 3/05 Penske Truck Leasing; Air Gas Dry Inc. Suspect/s entered several vehicles on the lot of the business and removed property from one of them.

WOODS EDGE RD 3/05 Miscellaneous items were stolen from the victim’s purse while in the vehicle.

S BEULAH RD 3/05 Beulah Apartments. License plates were stolen from the victim’s 2000 Ford.

COCHISE TL 3/06 The front license plate was stolen from the victim’s Ford Focus.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 3/01 Commonwealth Motors. A dealer tag was removed from a vehicle.

WILLIS RD 3/07 A license plate was removed from the victim’s camper.

REDWATER CREEK RD 3/05 An unlocked Chevrolet Suburban was entered and miscellaneous property was stolen.

MARTINGALE RD 3/05 Colonial Ridge Apartments. Three vehicles were entered in the parking lot and property was stolen from two of them.

RIVER TERRACE RD 3/05 River Road Terrace Apartments. Victim had arrived at the address to deliver a food order. He encountered the suspect, who attempted to rob him.

PLANET RD 3/07 Regency Lake Apartments. Forcible entry to a residence through the front door was attempted.

MEADOWDALE BL 3/08 Regency Lake Apartments. Property was removed from the glove box of the victim’s locked vehicle. No signs of forced entry were noted.

HOPKINS RD 3/08 Property was removed from the victim’s unlocked work vehicle while he made a delivery at the listed location.

JULEP DR 3/08 Colonial Pine Estates. Gas was siphoned from the victim’s truck, which was parked in his driveway.

OLD STAGE RD 3/09 Unknown suspect/s broke out a passenger window and popped the trunk to remove miscellaneous items from the victim’s Honda.

CHESTERFIELD AVE 2/05 Victim advised that, about one month ago, he was robbed by the suspects.

MEADOWDALE BL 3/09 Regency Lake Apartments. A known suspect knocked on the front door. When the witness opened the door, the suspect forced her way inside and assaulted the victim. The victim was able to force the suspect back out of the residence.

CHESTERFIELD AVE 3/09 A window was broken out and the victim’s residence was entered. The interior was rummaged through and property was stolen.

HARROWGATE RD 3/10 Harrowgate Marketplace. A window was broken out and the business was entered. Once inside, the suspects stole cash from behind the counter.

BEULAH RD 3/09 An unlocked white 2004 Ford Econoline E250 was entered and miscellaneous property was reported stolen.

W HUNDRED RD 3/09 Clarion Motel. Two locked white 2006 Chevrolet trucks were entered and miscellaneous property was reported stolen.

W HUNDRED RD 3/09 Clarion Motel. Miscellaneous property was reported stolen from the bed of the complainant’s white 2006 Chevrolet pickup.

BRIMLEY PL 3/09 Berwick Village Apartments. A blue and white 2005 Suzuki dirt bike was reported stolen from the victim’s backyard.

W HUNDRED RD 3/10 Comfort Inn Motel. A masked suspect forced open the lobby doors, jumped the counter and, displaying a handgun, demanded money from the safe. When the safe could not be opened, the suspect took money from the register drawer and then left.

CASCADE ST 3/10 The glass in the rear door was smashed and the residence was entered. Additionally, pry marks were found below the door handle. The house appeared to have been rummaged through and property was reported stolen.

RIVER TERRACE RD 3/10 River Road Terrace Apartments. A known suspect entered the victim’s residence through an unlocked door, took the victim’s car keys and stole her Chevrolet Cobalt from outside.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 3/10 The suspect entered a residence by kicking in the back door. The complainant came home and found the suspect at the house, at which time the suspect fled the area. The police responded and apprehended the suspect.

BEULAH OAKS LN 3/10 The residence was entered through the rear door, where damage was found, and property was stolen from inside.

COURTHOUSE RD 3/10 Property was reported stolen from the complainant’s beige 1998 Honda. No signs of forced entry were noted.

OAKTON RD 3/09 The front license plate was reported stolen from a county school bus.

COGBILL RD 3/10 Meadowbrook High School. Known suspects followed the victim to the restroom, where they confronted him and demanded money from him. The suspects started going through his pockets, at which point a fight ensued. The fight moved into the hallway, where it was broken up. Property was missing from the victim’s pocket.

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