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• June 12: An Everett Road man reported to police that he was out taking an evening walk and discovered items on the side of the roadway near his residence. He stated that he immediately returned to his residence to call 911 once he realized what he had discovered.

• June 15: A View Harbour resident reported to police that the subdivision’s entrance sign had damage to one letter and that four juveniles were seen climbing and sitting on the sign earlier.

• June 16: A Macarthur Lane woman reported to police that she had recently had work done in her house by the suspect and after no one was at home jewelry items were taken. At the time of the report, no one else but the suspect had been in the residence unattended. The victim was advised of her options.

• June 19: A Banbury Road woman reported to police that she had a verbal argument with the suspect, her mother, and that there had been no assault or threats of assault. Suspect stated same as victim. Both victim and suspect refused to leave the residence in officer’s presence.

• June 19: A Ferrell Lane woman reported to police that she was walking her dog near Fretz Road when a boxer left the yard and aggressively charged her and her dog. She said she has been forced to use chemical agent against the dog several times to repel the animal. The victim said several members of the community had also been challenged by the animal. The victim said she had been in a verbal confrontation with the owner about the loose animal. The victim’s spouse said that a neighbor was mistaken for him by the suspect and the suspect told the neighbor that any confrontation with her dog that resulted in injury would cause injury to the victim and her child (victim is pregnant).

• June 19: A Sailview Road woman reported to police that sometime between April 26 and May 23 the suspect, her grandson, stole eighteen checks from her, wrote them to himself, signed her name to them and cashed the checks at various locations. The total amount of all checks written is around $5,000. The victim had already talked to detectives on the phone concerning the incident. The victim was advised of legal options.

• June 19: A Battle Front Trail woman reported to police that her son, the suspect, had started yelling and screaming at her over a glass of water. The suspect started getting aggressive and when the victim called police, the suspect left. When officers arrived the suspect walked up to them and had cut his left arm. The suspect was transported to Parkwest Medical Center emergency room by Rural Metro for treatment and evaluation. The victim was advised of her legal rights and options.

• June 20: A Fretz Road woman reported to police that she resides with her brother-in-law and several other family members. The victim stated that she became involved in a verbal argument with her brother-in-law over personal matters. No further incidents occurred.

• June 20: A Broadwood Drive man reported to police that he found that two of his guns were missing. The victim stated that he keeps the guns in a lock box under his bed. The victim stated he last saw the guns around Christmas of 2005. The victim stated that his son had a party in January or February of this year.

• June 21: Police responded to a Southwick Circle residence on a domestic matter. The victim had an order of protection against her husband that had not been served. The suspect was served the ex parte order of protection.

• June 21: Police responded to a Sonja Drive residence where the victim was sitting outside the house. She stated her husband was drunk and she could not get along with him. The suspect stated his wife was a drunk and he could not get along with her because she was crazy. Both parties were intoxicated. The victim went to a neighbor’s residence and both parties were advised of their legal options.

• June 22: A Kingsgate Drive man reported to police that he walked out of his house to get in his car and discovered that his car had been broken into and that electronic equipment and CDs worth $1,400 were missing. There was no damage to the vehicle.

• June 22: Police responded to a Nautical Drive residence for a domestic matter (standby). Upon their arrival the victim stated she had moved out of the residence about two days earlier and she came back today to get some of her belongings. The victim stated she found the suspect had changed the locks on the door and she could not gain entry to the residence. The victim and the suspect are still married but both are in the process of getting a divorce. The suspect was not at the residence when officers arrived but did show up and allowed the victim to enter the residence to get some of her personal items. The victim stated there was more of her property still in the residence but she would go through her attorney to get the rest of her property. The victim got the personal items she wanted without further incident. Both subjects were advised of their rights. The victim did leave the residence.

• June 22: A cashier at the Iron Skillet Restaurant on North Watt Road reported to police that she made change for a suspect for several 100 and 20 dollar bills. She later realized that the suspect ran a quick-change scam on her conning her out of $268.34.

• June 22: The owner of a construction company reported to police that the suspect came to the job site at 116 Concord Road and told the subcontractors that he was supposed to pick up some scrap metal. The suspect took approximately 1,200 pounds of metal without the owner’s consent.

• June 23: Police responded to a South Fox Den Drive residence where smoke was seen coming from the house. Rural Metro responded and extinguished the fire.

 

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