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• July 3: Officers responded to Baptist Hospital West for an animal bite. The Northshore Drive victim stated that his cat and his dog were in a fight when he was bitten off his right hand by the cat.

• July 3: Officers responded to a call off Kingstoff Pike near Way Station Road where an employee of LCUB had discovered a suspicious package in a drain culvert. Upoff arrival, officers located a small military-style ammunitioff box tied with black twine to a re-bar stake inside the drain culvert. Officers secured the area while the E.O.D. team responded to the scene and investigated the package. The E.O.D team discovered that the package was not an explosive device.

• July 3: A Comblain Road man reported to police that an unknown suspect gained entry to his vehicle through unlocked doors. The suspect(s) then rummaged through the vehicle. No property was reported taken at time of the report.

• July 4: A Mountain Oaks Lane man reported to police that he and another victim had their motorcycles parked outside the office. He stated sometime overnight an unknown suspect or suspects tried to break the ignitioff locks off both of the motorcycles in an attempt to steal them. Damage is estimated at around $1,500 each.

• July 4: Officers were dispatched to a residence off Enchanted Spring Way on a domestic problem. The complainant stated that his daughter had been at his house begging for money. The complainant stated that he told her that he had no money, but she just kept arguing with him. The complainant stated that she breaks into the house all of the time and pawns his property. The complainant stated that he was afraid that the suspect and her boyfriend were going to harm him when his back was turned. The complainant was advised of his rights.

• July 5: An Applegate Way woman reported to police that she did not want the suspect at her home. She had called 911 because she thought that he was breaking in. After officers arrived and made an initial investigation, it was discovered that he was not trying to break in. Suspect stated that he was there in order to check off his mother. However, a verbal dispute ensued and according to the victim she got scared and went to a neighbor’s house to call 911. Neither party was injured nor was any property in the home taken or disturbed. The woman was advised of her rights as a victim. The suspect was advised not to be back at the incident location unannounced.

• July 5: An East Kingsgate Road man reported to police that an unknown suspect gained entry to his vehicle by breaking the driver’s rear window. The suspect(s) then took various items, damaging the interior of the vehicle in the process.

• July 6: Officers were dispatched to Baymont motel off Campbell Lakes Drive because three people refused to leave their room at checkout time. Officers spoke with an employee who said that he asked them to leave because the motel was booked for the weekend and they needed the room. The three individuals refused to leave. As officers entered the motel, the three individuals were leaving. Officers’ investigation revealed that one of the individuals had an outstanding warrant for violation of parole. Officers took said person into custody.

 

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