3/2 — Burglary of Vehicle800 block of Lakewood DriveAt 7:52 p.m. a victim reported that his unlocked 2015 Mini Cooper was burglarized by unknown person(s). Personal property was taken from the vehicle.
3/2 — Burglary of Vehicle500 block of North RoadAt 9:46 p.m. a victim reported that unknown person(s) entered his business property without permission and removed a catalytic converter from a vehicle.
3/3 — Incident (Other)500 block of E. Kennedale ParkwayAt 1:35 a.m. officers responded to a burglary in progress. Once arriving at the location officers observed suspicious activity that warrants further investigation by detectives. A report was made and turned in.
3/3 — Theft $750 to $2,500700 block of Woodland CourtAt 11:28 a.m. a victim reported that unknown person(s) had stolen his vehicle during the overnight hours. The vehicle is a 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe.
3/3 — Recover Stolen Vehicle (Other Agency)7200 block of Bloxom Park RoadAt 5:32 p.m. a business owner contacted officers to complain about a vehicle that had been left on his property. Officers arrived and discovered the vehicle to be stolen out of Fort Worth. The vehicle was released to the owner.
3/4 — Drugs/Narcotics400 block of W. Kennedale ParkwayAt 4:16 a.m. an officer stopped a vehicle for erratic driving. The male driver appeared to be intoxicated and was unable to successfully complete a field sobriety assessment. He was found to be in possession of heroin and methamphetamine. The driver was arrested for transport to a local hospital for a voluntary blood draw and then to jail for booking.
3/4 — Abandoned Vehicle6600 block of Oak Crest Drive EastAt 11:31 a.m. an officer observed an abandoned vehicle on the roadway shoulder. The partially disassembled vehicle had tagged for removal several days earlier. It was impounded for safekeeping.
3/5 — Incident (Other)700 block of Woodland CourtAt 5:10 p.m. a victim reported that a known female visitor had removed some of his property without permission while leaving his residence.
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.