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• Jan. 11: Police were dispatched to Westside Unitarian Universalist Church. The complainant stated that unknown person(s) stepped on seven rhododendron plants that were on church property. He said there is a public greenway that crosses the church property.

• Jan. 11: Police officer reported that the arrestee was operating a 1991 Toyota on Campbell Station Road at I-40 and was stopped by arresting officer for a vehicle equipment violation (broken front windshield). The arrestee had a strong smell of an alcoholic beverage on his breath and person. The arrestee was given several field sobriety tests, which he failed. The arrestee refused to submit to a blood test when placed under arrest for DUI.

• Jan. 12: Police were dispatched to the Petros off Watt Road. The complainant stated that an unknown suspect who was described only as a white male wearing blue jeans and a white sweater driving a metalic blue vehicle stole $15.01 in gasoline. Complainant stated that the suspect, after pumping his gas, jumped into the vehicle and drove away before the complainant could gain any suspect

information.

• Jan. 12: Officer reported that the complainant said someone had stolen a dump trailer from the parking lot of a construction area off Parkside Drive. The dump trailer was locked at the tongue but the lock was taken off when the trailer was stolen. No suspects.

• Jan. 12: Officer responded to Saint John Court on a child visitation matter. The victim stated that he’s allowed to get his children one weekend of the month. The victim came down from Pennsylvania for his visitation. His ex-wife is in the hospital, so he went to the school to get them and the school refused to let him have them. He stated that the school has a copy of the court order. The victim stated that he would go to his ex-wife’s home and pick them up.

• Jan. 13: Officer responded to a hit-and-run accident with property damage off Watt Road. Complainant contacted officer when he found damage on his truck that was received while he was inside the business paying for his fuel. Vehicle No. 1 was legally parked at the fuel island when it was struck by an unknown suspect vehicle. Vehicle No. 1 received damage to the passenger-side rearview mirror. Complainant could not provide any suspect vehicle description of the other vehicle involved in this accident. Complainant also could not provide an accurate estimate of the damage vehicle No. 1 received.

• Jan. 13: Officer responded to an alarm at Palestine Lane. Upon officer’s arrival, all doors and windows were secure.

• Jan. 13: Officer was dispatched to Kingsgate Drive for a domestic complaint at the victim’s residence. The victim said her son (suspect) got mad when she grounded him. The suspect then went into his room and started destroying things. At the scene, the officer noted broken furniture in the suspect’s room. The victim said she was afraid of the son, and wanted him arrested. The suspect was arrested for domestic abuse.

• Jan. 13: Officers responded to a burglary of a vehicle complaint off Watt Road. Upon arrival, officers spoke to the victim. The victim stated when she returned to her 2005 Nissan earlier in the afternoon, she found the passenger back window broken out. Victim stated the burglary occurred between noon and 5 p.m., Saturday. Victim stated she was missing two laptop computers, a briefcase with business papers and a suitcase with assorted clothing.

 

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