Crime Watch: June 5-11

Uninvited guest

June 5: A Valley View Parkway resident reported that his ex-girlfriend entered his house and slept there overnight without permission.

Busted with meds

June 6: Prescription medication was found on Rushcliffe Court on a subject with an outstanding warrant.

Stop calling here

June 6: A Kings Canyon Drive resident reported annoying phone calls.

Search and seizure

June 7: A man and woman were were arrested on Highway 50 for weapons and narcotics charges after a probation search of a vehicle.

Storage wars

June 8: Between June 6 and 8, someone broke into a garage at a Shoreline Pointe residence and stole cabinets worth $8,000.

Park and boom

June 8: 
An explosive device was set off in the parking lot of a school on Salisbury Drive.

Tools taken

June 9: A business on Robert J. Mathews Parkway was burglarized. Tools and equipment worth $7,000 were stolen.

Step out of the car

June 11: Someone entered a vehicle on Tam O Shanter Drive and tampered with it.


June 11: A hydraulic jack was stolen from the bed of a pick-up truck on Rolleston Place.

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