10/14 - Emotionally Disturbed Person - 300 block of New Hope Road: At 6:04 p.m. officers responded to a report of an emotionally disturbed person. The 21 year old male's mother, who was on the scene, stated that her son had been released from a treatment facility earlier in the day. When questioned by an officer, the male stated that he wanted to hurt himself. The male was transported to JPS for an emergency psychiatric evaluation.
10/15 - Found Property - 800 block of Lake Wood Drive: At 3:55 p.m. an officer met with a complainant at the Police Department. The complainant turned over a large amount of property that she found in her adult son's room at her home. The complainant believed that the items were stolen as her son has been involved in this behavior previously and is currently on parole. The property included credit cards and medications not issued to the complainant's son, as well as electronics, backpacks, and a number of other personal items. A check with the owner of one of the credit cards revealed that her vehicle had been stolen from her home in Arlington three days earlier and recovered on Peachtree Court in Kennedale that same day. Her purse was in the vehicle when it was stolen and several items in the property were in her purse. In addition, it appeared that the rest of the items belonged to neighbors of the first victim, whose cars had been burglarized that same night. All property was logged into evidence for safekeeping until the owners are located and respond to claim it. The suspect information was turned over to Arlington Police Department detectives for follow-up.
10/15 - Vehicle Burglary - 6700 block of Oakcrest Drive: At 9:53 p.m. a victim reported a vehicle burglary to police. The victim stated that he went out to his truck to get a tool and found the tool missing. He thought a neighbor had borrowed the tool but when contacted, the neighbor had not taken the tool. The victim then looked again inside the truck, and found tools and an in-dash stereo missing. All missing items were valued at $385.00. The vehicle showed no signs of forced entry and was most likely left unlocked in the driveway.
10/16 - Delivery of Controlled Substance - 6300 block of Loop 820 East: At 1:56 a.m. an officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The violator appeared very nervous and seemed to be under the influence of an unknown substance. During the interview, the officer located a knife and a baggie of individually packaged crack cocaine "rocks" in the crotch of the suspect's trousers. The suspect was placed under arrest for the narcotics and transported to the Mansfield Correctional facility for booking.
10/16 - Evading Arrest or Detention with a Vehicle - 6900 block of Mansfield Cardinal Road: At 4:27 p.m. an officer observed a vehicle speeding on Little School Road. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle by utilizing the patrol unit's red/blue lights and siren. The vehicle continued to drive toward Mansfield Cardinal Road, refusing to stop. The drive made numerous gestures to the officer to show that he was aware of her attempts to stop him. The driver finally pulled into the driveway of a residence. Upon being contacted by the officer, the drive stated that he was going home to check on his pregnant girlfriend, who was sick. A check with the suspect's girlfriend in the house revealed that she was fine. The driver had warrants out of Arlington as well as a suspended drivers license. He was placed under arrest and transported to the Mansfield Correctional facility for booking.
10/17 - Robbery - 200 block of Kennedale New Hope Road: At 9:28 p.m. officers responded to a victim report of a robbery. The victim, a female, stated that she was walking on Kennedale New Hope Road between 9:00 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. when a male appeared behind her and took her purse while threatening to hurt her if she turned around. The female stated that she had walked to a convenience store on Kennedale Parkway and was walking back home when the robbery occurred. The victim gave conflicting stories about the details, and a follow-up with the store showed that she was never in the building during the time frame she stated. The officers took a report and forwarded it to detectives for follow-up.
10/17 - Counterfeit Money- 1300 block of Kennedale Parkway: At 4:12 p.m. an officer responded to a business on a report of counterfeit money. On arrival the officer met with a female customer who stated that she had tried to pay for merchandise with a $10.00 bill that the clerk said was counterfeit. The officer was able to determine that the bill was in fact fake and seized it as evidence. The officer was able to determine that the customer had no knowledge of the bill being fake and she was released at the scene.
10/18 - Criminal Mischief $500 to $1,500 - 300 block of 4th Street: Officers were dispatched to a criminal mischief report. The victim stated that the evening before she had had a heated conversation with her neighbor about a parking problem with the neighbor's adult son. There has apparently been an on-going issue between the neighbors. On the morning after, the victim found that her 2013 Chevrolet was scratched by unknown person(s). The victim believes that the neighbor's son was responsible. He was contacted but denied any involvement.
10/19 - Assault (Bodily Injury) Family Member - 100 block of Mineral Street: At 1:21 p.m. officers responded to a report of family violence. The victim came to the police department to report that she had been assaulted the night before by her husband. The victim stated that her husband had grabbed her during an argument and she pulled away from him. He then struck her in the head several times and threw a set of keys at her. The victim displayed injuries consistent with the reported assault. The victim said that her husband has assaulted her numerous times since May of 2013. The husband left the house after the assault and did not return. His whereabouts were unknown at the time of the report.