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• July 3: A North Monticello Drive woman advised police her handbag was stolen while she was at the checkout counter at Kroger’s off Kingston Pike. She also advised that an unknown person called her house about the purse but her child answered the phone, and complainant was unable to get information about the purse.

• July 3: Officers responded to the Weigel’s Farm Store off Campbell Station Road on report of a hit and run. Officers spoke with victim, who stated she was waiting for the red light to change at the corner of North Campbell Station and Parkside Drive. Victim stated she was unable to turn because of a bicycle. Victim stated the driver of the car behind her started to get upset because the victim would not turn right on red. Victim stated the suspect was yelling and cursing and then hit the victim’s bumper with her car. Both parties then moved to the parking lot of Weigel’s. Victim stated the suspect went to the gas pumps, got out of her car, and yelled again at the victim, telling her she could turn right on red. Victim told the suspect she hit her car but the suspect denied it. Suspect then bought gasoline and drove away. Victim had suspect’s license plate number.

• July 6: A Somersworth Drive man advised police that an unknown suspect had taken the bumper sticker off his truck and then “ransacked” the inside of the vehicle. The doors were unlocked.

• July 7: Complainant from Glenn E. Mitchell Company advised an unknown suspect broke a window from a company dump truck and stole a CB radio while the vehicle was locked and parked at a location off Parkside Drive.

• July 7: A Weatherly Hills Boulevard woman advised an unknown suspect stole a pressure washer and tent from her open garage.

• July 7: A Third Drive woman advised police that she went to the playground with her children and returned home 30 minutes later to find someone had been in her house and stolen a safe, money, birth certificates, jewelry and a DVD player. Victim stated the house was unlocked.

• July 7: Complainant from Kohl’s Department Store off Kingston Pike advised police he observed two suspects removing tags and concealing various items as they walked through the store. When stopped by complainant, one suspect had stolen $888 worth of merchandise while the other had stolen $322.46 worth of merchandise.

• July 8: Officers responded to Weigel’s Farm Store off Kingston Pike on an alarm call. Upon arrival, officers noticed the glass front door had been shattered. Complainant arrived on the scene and took officers through the store. The initial investigation revealed nothing was missing. Complainant did show officers video and the suspect was seen trying to gain entry to the business. Suspect was unable to make entry after three attempts. Suspect was unknown at initial investigation but identified later through follow-up investigations.

• July 8: A Maple Tree Drive man advised police an unknown suspect stole more than $2,000 worth of sunglasses, money, tools and accessories from his locked vehicle.

• July 8: An Old Colony Parkway woman advised police that she has logged 23 harassing phone calls since June 17. Victim advised she does not answer the phone but lets everything go to her answering machine. She said no one ever left a message; she just hears a “bong type” noise before the answering machine cuts off. Victim said she contacted the phone company and was advised to file a police report.

 

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