5/7 - Missing Person
(Juvenile) - 100 block of Fawn Meadow Trail: At 1:32 a.m. an officer responded
to a report of a runaway. A complainant reported that her 16 year old daughter
had called at 11:30 p.m. to ask to spend the night at a friend’s home. The
daughter was told to come home immediately. When she didn’t return home police
were contacted and she was entered into the national database as a runaway. At
4:21 a.m. the daughter called her parents and asked to be picked up. The
officer met the parents at the pickup location to verify the runaway was not
injured and she was released to the parents’ custody.
5/10 - Incident - 1100 block of
Kennedale Sublett Road: At 3:54 p.m. police were notified of a person with a
gun call. A caller reported that a school bus driver was in possession of a
handgun while driving a bus route. Officers were able to locate the bus and get
it stopped. The driver was not armed nor was there a firearm in the vehicle.
The driver stated that as he dropped off a student at her stop she had told him
that police were contacted and told that he was armed. The driver was escorted
to the bus facility where the student was identified. The case had been turned
over to school resource officers for further investigation.
5/11 - Sex Offender Fail to Register Address - 400 block of Mansfield
Cardinal Road: At 11:48 a.m. a detective was notified by an Abilene, Texas
police detective that a parole official had notified him of a sex offender
moving to their jurisdiction. The suspect was still showing to reside in
Kennedale but had other addresses after registering here. Further investigation
revealed that the suspect registered and lived here for a short period. He was
arrested and then moved to Fort Worth for a period of time when released. He
failed to register his new addresses as well as failed to immediately register
with Abilene. A warrant will be issued.
5/11 - Theft-Property $100 to $750 - 600 block of Winterwood Drive: At 3:15
p.m. a victim reported that his stepson had stolen power tools worth several hundred
dollars and pawned them. The stepson does not live at the residence now but did
at the time of the theft.
5/11 – Fraudulent Use or
Possession of Identifying Information - 1200 block of W. Kennedale Parkway: At
11:39 p.m. an officer was observing traffic at an intersection when he checked
a license plate registration. The vehicle license returned as stolen out of
Mineral Wells. The vehicle was parked at a convenience store and when the
driver returned to the vehicle he was taken into custody. The driver stated
that he had borrowed the vehicle, a Dodge truck, from a friend. Attempts to get
the friend to respond to the location to pick up the truck were unsuccessful.
The friend told the suspect on the second phone call that he knew police were
on scene and hung up. The suspect states that he borrowed the truck to move
some belongings and that the friend he got the truck from is a known gang member
who carries a firearm. The truck was impounded and the suspect transported to
jail for booking. While being booked in a piece of paper was located in the
suspect’s pocket that contained personal information on several individuals,
including credit card numbers. Two of the listed persons were contacted and
stated that they had recently been victimized with credit/debit card fraudulent
charges. They advised that they did want to prosecute for the offenses.
5/12 - Assault Bodily Injury - 300 block of Arthur Drive: At 12:14 p.m. a victim
reported that he was visiting a friend when another acquaintance arrived at the
residence. The third person has apparently had problems with the victim before
and walked up to the victim, striking him once in the face. The victim was
knocked to the ground. As the suspect got into his vehicle to leave he
intentionally backed into the victim’s vehicle and left. Damage to the vehicle
was estimated at $1,300.00.
5/12 - Assault Bodily Injury (Family Violence) - 700 block of W. Kennedale
Parkway: At 9:30 a.m. a female called to report that she had been abused by her
husband. She reported a broken shoulder and bruises. Subsequent investigation
revealed that the victim suffers from bipolar disorder and has not been taking
her medication. She indicated a desire to harm herself and was transported to
JPS Hospital for an emergency detention and evaluation. She later stated that
she had made up the abuse allegation and withdrew her statements.
5/12 - Aggravated Robbery - 6300 block of Teal Cove Drive: At 6:5 p.m.
officers responded to a report of a robbery. A victim reported that at 3:00
p.m. three armed males forced their way into the residence and took several
hundred dollars from a table.