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• June 6: A Gatemill Drive resident reported to police that a vehicle driven by a female damaged his mailbox and landscaping. The female suspect had been arrested the prior evening following a police pursuit.

• June 6: A Brighton Court woman reported to police that she had been assaulted while at the subdivision pool. The victim stated that she was at the pool Saturday when the suspect approached her. The victim stated the suspect became verbally abusive, grabbed her by the shoulder and then kicked her in the leg. The victim added that the suspect had previously come onto her property to verbally abuse her. The victim stated that when she attempts to check her mail or retrieve her trashcans the suspect would shout profanity at her. The victim stated that at times the suspect would stand in the suspect’s front yard and stare at her in an intimidating manner. Officers added that the suspect called in a similar complaint on the victim about 10 minutes after leaving the victim’s residence to report enduring eight months of verbal abuse and harassment from the victim.

• June 8: An Everett Road woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at Mayor Bob Leonard Park on Watt Road. An employee at the park told police that a suspicious vehicle had been frequenting the park during odd hours and had left shortly before the officer had arrived on the scene. The witness stated the vehicle is an older model Saturn, maroon in color and has a spoiler. The witness added the driver of the vehicle is a white female with gray hair and appears to be about 130 pounds.

• June 8: A Chaho Road woman reported to police that her estranged husband had violated an active order of protection. The victim stated the only contact the suspect is allowed to have with the victim is via e-mail. The victim stated the suspect is permitted to pick up two juvenile children at the residence on Thursday but is to remain in his vehicle while the children come to him. On this date, the victim stated the suspect came to the front door to get the children. The suspect allegedly stated to his juvenile son that he had been waiting five minutes and was tired of waiting.

• June 8: A Lennox View Way woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at Concord Park.

• June 9: A Fleenor Drive man reported to police that he has been receiving harassing telephone calls from his ex-wife. The victim stated the suspect repeatedly calls harassing him and leaving messages. On this date, the suspect called the victim and advised him she was with two officers and that he better bring their daughter to her. Officers were at the same location as the suspect but were not there on business related to the victim or suspect.

 

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