2/1 — Abandoned/Found Property
1100 block of River Rock Drive
At 5:55 a.m. an officer received an abandoned bicycle that was found in a roadway. An employee ID card was found with the bike. Both were secured in property and evidence until an owner is located.
2/3 — Fraudulent Possession/Use of Credit/Debit Card
500 block of 3rd Street
At 6:31 p.m. a victim reported that unknown person(s) had stolen her bank card information and used it to make purchases.
2/5 — Criminal Trespass
1200 block of W. Kennedale Parkway
At 5:38 a.m. officers responded to a disturbance at a business. A male suspect was creating a disturbance in the parking lot. The known suspect was located at the scene. The suspect had a current criminal trespass warning to not be on the property. He was placed under arrest for transport to jail.
2/4 — Theft Under $100
200 block of 4th Street
At 11:07 p.m. officers responded to a theft in progress. A female suspect was removing items from property that she did not have permission to be on. The female was charged with the theft.
2/5 — Drugs/Narcotics
700 block of Corry A. Edwards Drive
At 3:50 p.m. an officer observed a suspicious vehicle parked at a residence. Upon contacting and interviewing the three vehicle occupants, the officer located methamphetamine, heroin, and marijuana in the possession of two females. They were arrested for transport to jail.
2/6 — Criminal Mischief $750 to $2,500
600 block of E. Kennedale Parkway
At 3:28 a.m. a victim reported that a known suspect damaged his 2004 Mazda by breaking out the windows.
2/6 — Theft of Firearm
900 block of Shady Oaks Drive
At 4:45 p.m. a victim reported that a Smith and Wesson .380 handgun was missing from her home.
2/5 — Assault Bodily Injury
200 block of Pine Meadow Drive
At 5:43 p.m. officer responded to an assault. A female reported being assaulted by another female who was at the victim’s home. The suspect was not present at the time of the report.
NOTE: The above items are based on police reports. They do not include calls for which no report was written, and some of these offenses — after further investigation — may be deemed unfounded. Therefore, this data should not be viewed as or used to calculate official statistics.