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police reports:

• April 11: A Turkey Creek Road woman stated that her father hired the suspect to paint her apartment. He last worked on April 9 but had not completed the job or showed up for work again. Through her bank, the victim discovered that a check had been stolen, perhaps more than one. Victim said her father contacted the suspect this morning and he admitted taking the check. Victim advised she would prosecute.

• April 11: A Penwood Drive man stated that an unknown suspect stole the license plate off his motorcycle while parked at Buddy’s Barbecue.

• April 11: Complainant said that she was checking her company’s account records when she discovered numerous withdrawals from the account. After further investigation, it was determined that an unknown person had counterfeited numerous checks using the victim’s business account number and routing number. The suspect had used a different company name and check numbers.

• April 11: A Franklin Hill Boulevard woman stated that she received a phone call from Kohl’s Department store about some trust fund checks used at the store without her knowledge. Victim found that the former trustee of her trust fund had been using the fund for personal matters. Victim stated that at the time, $58,000 is unaccounted for from the account. Victim was able to find out through Kohl’s that the suspect was the person using the checks.

• April 11: A Bombay Lane man advised police that he was working out at the Rush off Kingston Pike and left his wallet in his locker. After working out, the complainant found that his wallet was missing.

• April 12: A Valley Trace man stated that an unknown suspect took a boat and trailer from the driveway of his home. Complainant stated that he purchased the boat on April 11.

• April 12: A Prince George Parish Drive man advised police that someone threw a terra-cotta planter through a window in his kitchen. Victim stated that right after the window was broken, a neighbor saw a white male, approximately 25 to 35 years old who got into a vehicle, drove by the house and sped off down the street.

• April 12: Officers responded to the Mr. Zip off Kingston Pike when complainant called to report that an unknown suspect left the business without paying for a 12-pack of beer. Suspect left in a black SUV heading northbound on Campbell Station Road.

• April 12: A Fox Chase Circle resident stated that he was at Cracker Barrel eating. When he came out to his vehicle, he saw that an unknown suspect had attempted to break into his vehicle. The passenger side rear glass was broken. The victim thinks the suspect got scared and left.

• April 14: A complainant from G & G Paint and Remodeling stated that they received statements from Sherwin-Williams, where the suspect had charged items to the victim’s account without their knowledge. The complainant confronted the suspect about the incident and learned that the suspect had taken a paint sprayer from a job site. Suspect confessed to the complainant that he had made the unauthorized charges.

• April 14: An officer was dispatched to Food City Pharmacy for a fraudulent prescription investigation. Suspect was in the pharmacy area waiting to pick up a prescription for Vicodin. After being read his Miranda rights, suspect stated that he was picking up the prescription for his fiance’s daughter. Witness told officers that he contacted the doctor on the prescription; the doctor stated that it was a fake. Suspect was escorted to the narcotics office to be questioned. Suspect was then book to detention facility.

• April 15: A Llanerch Point man stated that he was carrying multiple objects into his residence, including a 38 caliber pistol. The gun dropped to the ground, accidentally discharged and the .38 caliber round struck the victim in his left leg, just above the calf muscle. The victim was transported to Parkwest Medical Center for treatment. The handgun was released to the victim’s wife.


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