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Posted on: February 23, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Incident Reports

2/13 – Hit and Run Accident -
1000 block of Bowman Springs Road: At 12:39 a.m. a female driver reported thata Dodge pick-up was in front of her as she turned on to Bowman Springs Road. She
reported that the truck stopped and began to back toward her vehicle at a highrate of speed. The truck struck her vehicle and drove away. The victim was
treated for minor injuries at the scene and released.


2/14 - Investigation - 400 block of Municipal Drive: On this date a schoolresource officer was asked to assist in a Texas Department of Family Services
investigation about a family violence outcry made by a juvenile. The juvenilewas interviewed and it was determined that there was no offense committed.


2/14 - Criminal Mischief Under $100 - 900 block of Corry A. Edwards Drive: A
student reported to a school resource officer that her cell phone was damagedwhile she was at school. The student reported that she left her phone in her
jacket in the locker room. When she went to retrieve the phone, she found itsubmerged in a toilet bowl. The student threw the phone away.


2/14 - Investigation - 400 block of Municipal Drive: A school resource
officer received a report from CPS regarding a possible inappropriate act witha female juvenile. Upon interviewing the juvenile, it was discovered that the
offense actually occurred in Fort Worth. Fort Worth police were notified and pickedup the investigation.


2/14 - Burglary - 1000 block of W. Kennedale Parkway: At 2:17 p.m. a business
manager reported that a known suspect had burglarized the property during theovernight hours. The suspect was observed on video removing cash, a cell phone,
and tools from the business.


2/15 - Recovered Missing Person (Juvenile) - 900 block of Wildcat Way: At2:40 p.m. a foster parent notified a school resource officer that her 16 year
old foster daughter had been reported to Arlington police as a runaway. Thefemale was in class and, after confirming she was indeed reported as missing,
the officer removed her to bring her to the office. Upon entering the officeand seeing her foster mother, the female attempted to run away from the
officer. She was detained and handcuffed to prevent her from leaving again. Thefemale juvenile was transported to the juvenile justice center for processing
due to her not wishing to go with her foster mother.


2/15 - Assault by Threat - 300 block of E. Mistletoe Drive: At 7:45 p.m.officers responded to a disturbance. A male and female were contacted in
regards to a confrontation that had occurred. This is part of an on-goingneighbor feud. During the confrontation both parties had used foul language
toward each other. They at first stated they wanted to press charges but thendeclined. Later one of the officers responded again to one of the involved
parties and was told he wanted to press the matter. Both the male and femalewere issued citations for disorderly conduct -language, and the female received
a second citation for Assault by Threat as she allegedly threatened shoot themale.


2/17 - Forgery - 1000 block of Bell Oak Drive: At 3:00 p.m. a victim
reported that her credit monitoring company had notified her of attempts to runher credit. Unknown person(s) attempted to make credit inquiries through
finance companies. It was unknown at the time of the report if any transactionsoccurred from the attempts.


2/18 - Application Mental Detention and Observation - 200 block of N. Dick
Price Road: At 6:27 a.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance. A knownfemale had assaulted a family member. On arrival officers observed the female
attempting to damage a car in the driveway. Due to the violent behavior she exhibitedthe female was handcuffed and transported to JPS Hospital. The assault victim/family
member reported that the female had been using an unknown narcotic and was nottaking prescribed medication for emotional issues.


2/18 - Possession Drug Paraphernalia - 1200 block of Clearbrook Drive: At
7:43 a.m. an officer responded to a suspicious person complaint. Two males in avehicle were parked in a neighborhood. Upon making contact with the males, the
officer smelled marijuana inside the vehicle. Marijuana paraphernalia waslocated within the vehicle and the driver was cited after admitting it was his.


2/18 - Abandoned Vehicle - 300 block of S. New Hope Road: At 10:50 p.m. an
officer responded to a suspicious vehicle in a roadway. A 2013 GMS SUV wasparked and locked in the traffic lane with no owner in view. Attempts to telephone
the registered owner were unsuccessful. The vehicle was towed for safekeeping.

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