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police reports:

• Sept. 17: Officers responded to a call off Kingston Pike where complainant advised he arrived at work and found cash drawer open and cash missing and also a box of donations missing. Upon checking the building, the back door appeared to have been forced open and phone lines cut. Also an alarm siren box had been removed from the front of the building. Detectives attempted to get prints at the scene.

• Sept. 17: Officers responded to a call off Atlantic Avenue where an unknown suspect gained entry and vandalized a home under construction. Complainant advised unknown suspect broke three windows, poured glue on the floor and wrapped tape around the stairwell.

• Sept. 18: A Bantry Lane man advised police that his license plate is missing. He states the plate was supposed to have been mailed to him and he has not received it. It is unknown where the plate may be.

• Sept. 18: Officers responded to a call off Campbell Station Road where a truck hauling a ladder backed into the business at Hardee’s and broke a window. No other damage was done.

• Sept. 18: Officers responded to a call along Hughlan Drive by the suspect, who stated she had been assaulted and kicked out of a vehicle by her husband. Suspect stated they got into an argument over her pregnancy and their living conditions. Suspect stated her husband hit her in the mouth and kicked her out of their vehicle. Suspect did have a swollen lip and did refuse medical treatment by Rural Metro. Officers went to the residence and contacted the husband who had a black eye and a cut over the same eye. The husband stated that the suspect had hit him in the eye with her elbow when they got into an argument and he defended himself. The husband also refused medical treatment. Parties were separate and both advised the process to obtain an order of protection and/or warrant. Officers were unable to determine primary aggressor.

• Sept. 19: Officers responded to Peterson Road due to the suspect shooting the complainant’s dog. The complainant’s dog is a large breed, a chow mix. Suspect stated that he was in his backyard with his small dog, a Schnauzer, when the complainant’s dog went under a fence and came at him and his dog in an aggressive manner. The suspect stated that he was in fear of his safety and the safety of his dog. The suspect then fired three shots from a handgun, killing the dog. Officers found blood and shell casings in the middle of the suspect’s backyard. The suspect stated that he usually takes his handgun with him when he takes his dog out due to the complainant’s dog having an aggressive nature. Officers did observe areas in the complainant’s fence that the dog could have went under. The complainant states that the suspect has made threats to kill her dog in the past and believes that the suspect enticed her dog under the fence or lifted the fence to allow her dog out. The complainant did remove the dog from the suspect’s property.

• Sept. 19: Officers responded to a call regarding an animal bite. The complainant stated a young girl was walking a dog in Concord Park. The victim was walking by and the dog bit the victim on the leg causing scratches and puncture wounds. The complainant took the victim to Baptist Hospital West emergency room for treatment. At the time of this report, the complainant did not have the dog owner’s name and phone number on her person.

• Sept. 20: Officers responded to a theft and assault call at U.S. Golf on Snyder Road. The complainant states the male and female suspects came into the store and the male attempted to keep her attention while the female placed items into her purse. The complainant then went outside to get suspect’s vehicle description and as she was coming back in she closed the door and told the female to open her purse. The female refused and then the male struck the complainant with the door as he let the female suspect out.


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