Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Oct. 20-26

By October 31, 2011

School zone
Oct. 20: A male parent reportedly yelled at a female parent about the drop-off rules at a Francisco Drive school.

What’s inside?
Oct. 21: Deputies responded to s suspicious package call on Hillsdale Circle and determined the contents were harmless.

Burgled
Oct. 21: A home on Montrose Way was burglarized.

Gimme
Oct. 21: A 20-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy were arrested after they reportedly robbed five teenagers in Town Center.

Stop calling
Oct. 22: A White Rock Road business reported harassing phone calls.

Too loud
Oct. 22: A Burton Place resident filed a citizen’s complaint stating his neighbors were the source of unreasonable noise.

Uncomfortable proposition
Oct. 22: An adult male reportedly approached a juvenile in a Vine Street business’s restroom and offered to pay the child to play video games with him.

Taken
Oct. 23: Thieves stole several items from a vehicle parked at the Holiday Inn at Town Center. Vehicle parts were taken from a vehicle parked on Ridgeview Drive the same day.

Unlocked
Oct. 24: A thief took advantage of an open door and stole items from a vehicle parked on Waterman Court.

Not so grand
Oct. 24: A Dalewood Drive resident reported a grand theft.

Where did it go?
Oct. 24: A 14-year-old boy reported losing property on Carnelian Circle.

Game over
Oct. 25: Someone stole golf clubs from the trunk of a vehicle parked on Penniman Drive.

 

Noel Stack

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