Police reports for the week of Feb. 1, 2012

Published 12:58pm Wednesday, February 1, 2012

The following are incident and offense reports from municipal police departments from Jan. 13-23:

 

Alabaster

 

Jan. 13

-Theft of property from the 1100 block of Henry Drive (residence, home). Stolen were 10 gallons of gas valued at $35.

-Information only – found property from Buffalo Wild Wings at 820 Colonial Promenade Parkway (residence, home). Confiscated were a Rocky camouflage wallet valued at $20, Thompson High School student ID valued at $2.50 and a Shell Oil gift card valued at $25.

-Theft of property from the 500 block of First Street Southwest (department store).

-Criminal mischief from the 1000 block of Grande View Pass (residence, home). Damaged were satellite cables in the amount of $5.

-Information only from the 100 block of Pebble Drive (residence, home).

-Information only from the 3000 block of Pelham Parkway (bank).

-Information only from the 500 block of Galloway Circle (other, unknown).

-Information only from the 100 block of Third Place Southeast (residence, home).

-Information only from an unknown address and city in Texas (other, unknown).

-Damage to property from the parking lot of Shelby Baptist Medical Center (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a rear bumper in the amount of $600.

-Found article from the 9200 block of Highway 119 (specialty store). Recovered and destroyed was a large white pill with scores scratched off.

-Unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from Interstate 65 south (highway, street). Confiscated were a metal spoon with drug residue valued at $1, a plastic bag containing heroin valued at $25 and suboxone strips valued at $25.

-Domestic incident from the 600 block of Second Street Northeast (residence, home).

-Harassing communications from the 1400 block of Royalty Drive (residence, home).

 

Jan. 14

-Illegal possession of prescription medication and unlawful possession of marijuana from the intersection of Highway 31 and 68 (highway, street). Confiscated was a bud of marijuana valued at $5, clonazepam valued at $10, cyclobenzaprine valued at $16, dexamthasone valued at $5, baclofen valued at $5, baclofen valued at $5, two drug straws with residue valued at $1 and a $1 bill with crushed pill inside valued at $1.

-Unlawful possession of marijuana from Highway 31 at County Road 68 (highway, street). Confiscated was a bud of marijuana valued at $5.

-Found property from the 200 block of Industrial Road (parking lot, garage). Recovered was a Virginia driver’s license valued at $23.50.

-Damage to property from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a passenger side rear quarter panel in the amount of $1,000.

-Animal complaint from the 100 block of Greenfield Circle (residence, home).

-Theft of property from the 3500 block of Highway 31 South (supermarket). Stolen was a pack of super bubble gum valued at 74 cents.

-Domestic dispute from the 700 building of Windsor Court (residence, home).

-Abandoned vehicle from Highway 119 at A and Z Auto (highway, street).

-Attempt to commit a controlled substance crime and recovered property from the 500 block of Highway 119 (drug store). Recovered was a partially forged prescription.

-Harassing communications from the 600 block of Ninth Street Southwest (residence, home).

-Damage to property from the 1000 block of Henry Drive (residence, home). Damaged were two passenger doors in the amount of $1,500.

 

Jan. 15

-Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from Old Highway 31 at Fulton Springs Road (highway, street). Confiscated was a capped syringe valued at $1.

-Unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from Old Highway 31 at Fulton Springs Road (highway, street). Confiscated was hydromorphine valued at $30.

-Dog recovery from the 100 block of Park Lane Drive (residence, home).

-Unlawful possession of a controlled substance from Highway 31 South near Old Highway 31 (highway, street). Confiscated was hydrocodone valued at $25.

-Found property from the 1100 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (specialty store). Recovered was a black wallet valued at $25.

-Theft of property from the 3000 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (department store). Stolen and recovered were New Balance running shoes valued at $39.99.

-Domestic incident from Warrior Park (other, unknown).

-Found property from a dirt road at the end of Burnt Pine Drive (field, woods). Recovered was a red Pacific M Chromium mountain bike valued at $100.

-Officers authorized to remove vehicles from Ninth Avenue Southeast at Highway 31 (highway, street).

 

Jan. 16

-Unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from County Road 17 near Big Oak Drive (highway, street). Confiscated were 7.5 grams of marijuana valued at $50, electronic scales valued at $30, a glass pipe valued at $15, a grinder valued at $15, rolling papers valued at $3 and Batman baggies valued at $3.

-Domestic violence investigation and domestic violence harassment from the 1800 block of Woodbrook Trail (residence, home).

-Open door from the 800 block of Highway 31 (restaurant).

-Dog complaint from the 8600 block of Highway 119 (residence, home).

-Burglary and theft of property from the 900 block of Third Avenue Northwest (church). Stolen was an HP laptop valued at $1,200 and a black leather briefcase.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property from the South Colonial Parkway (restaurant). Stolen was an iPod touch valued at $300.

-Domestic incident and criminal mischief from Old Highway 31 (residence, home). Damaged was a windshield in the amount of $400.

-Theft of property from the 1300 block of Windsor Court (residence, home). Stolen was a 14-carat white gold ring valued at $1,500.

-Attempt to pass forged prescription from the CVS Pharmacy at 520 Highway 119 (drug store). Confiscated was a forged prescription.

 

Jan. 17

-Damage to property from Colonial Promenade Parkway (highway, street). Damaged were 34 unknown type of shrubs.

-Missing person – possibly endangered from an unknown location (other, unknown).

-Damage to property from the 2000 block of Diane Lane (residence, home). Damaged was a 2007 Ford Taurus in the amount of $2,000.

-Information only from the Birmingham metro area (highway, street).

-Death investigation from the 500 block of Navajo Trail (residence, home).

-Harassment from the 100 block of South Colonial Drive (restaurant).

-Damage to property from the 200 block of South Colonial Drive (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a 2010 Kia Soul in the amount of $500.

-Information only from the 1500 block of Applegate Lane (residence, home).

-Theft of property from the 200 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (specialty store). Stolen and recovered were a Kobalt eight-piece tool set valued at $99.97.

-Burglary and theft of property from the 1400 block of Hill Spun Road (residence, home). Stolen were a Playstation 3 valued at $400, an NCAA 2011 Playstation 3 video game valued at $30, a black 35-millimeter Nikon digital camera valued at $800, a blue topaz white gold ring valued at $100, a pink ice ring valued at $50, assorted costume jewelry valued at $20 and a pair of Swarovski white gold earrings valued at $200.

-Damage to property from Colonial Promenade Parkway (highway, street). Damaged were shrubs.

-Information only from the 400 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (restaurant).

-Theft of property from the 100 block of Scarlet Oak Drive (residence, home). Stolen were a red and black Wipeout children’s bike valued at $100.

-Domestic violence investigation and domestic violence harassment from the 200 block of Third Place Southeast (residence, home).

 

Jan. 18

-Criminal mischief from the 500 block of North Grande View Trail (residence, home). Damaged were a front windshield in the amount of $300 and a driver’s side rear window in the amount of $200.

-Theft of property from the 500 block of Highway 119 South (supermarket). Stolen were eight bags of Purina dog food valued at $160.

-Domestic violence investigation and domestic violence – harassment from Colonial Promenade Parkway (residence, home).

-Theft of property from 320 South Colonial Drive (specialty store). Stolen were a pair of women’s biscayne Sperry shoes valued at $54.99.

-Domestic dispute from the 500 block of Third Street Northeast (residence, home).

-Domestic dispute from the Wellington Manor apartments (residence, home).

-Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from U.S. 31 at Plaza Drive (highway, street). Confiscated were a marijuana pipe valued at $10, marijuana grinder valued at $5, bong lid valued at 10 cents and a baggie with marijuana residue valued at $1.

-Information only from the 700 block of First Street North (service, gas station).

 

Jan. 19

-Information only from the 300 block of Simmsville Road (residence, home).

-Information only – residential alarm from the 400 block of Sterling Park Circle (residence, home).

-Theft of property from the 1300 block of Royalty Drive (residence, home). Stolen and recovered was an F150 Lariat valued at $5,000.

-Information only from the 500 block of Sugarberry Drive (residence, home).

-Harassment and damage to property from the 100 block of Forest Parkway (residence, home). Damaged was a mailbox in the amount of $40.

-Information only from the 100 block of Warwick Circle (residence, home).

-Criminal mischief and theft of property from the 100 block of Cohill Drive (residence, home). Damaged was a metal door cover for a hot water heater in the amount of $150 and stolen was an AC compressor valued at $2,000.

-Theft of property from 235 Colonial Promenade Parkway (specialty store). Stolen and recovered were four packages of solid bare copper wire valued at $129.96.

-Information only from the 100 block of Gilbert Drive (commercial).

-Information only from Seventh Street Southwest (field, woods).

-Information only from the 3000 block of Pelham Parkway (supermarket).

-Domestic investigation and domestic violence – harassment from the 600 block of Windsor Court (residence, home).

-Criminal mischief from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage). Damaged was the rear hatch of a Jeep Grand Cherokee in the amount of $1,000.

 

Jan. 20

-Information only from County Road 17 (highway, street).

-Unsecured residence from the 70 block of Maylene Drive (residence, home).

-Information only from Bienestar Total (department store).

-Theft of property from the 100 block of South Colonial Drive (other, unknown). Stolen were gold and diamond rings, gold bracelets, gold pendants, gold necklaces and a gold watch all valued at $30,000.

-Unlawful possession of marijuana second degree from the 100 block of Warrior Drive (school, college). Confiscated was a clear bag containing marijuana weighing about 1 gram valued at $5.

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Crim Drive (residence, home).

-Harassment from the 1300 block of Royalty Drive (residence, home).

-Domestic violence investigation and domestic violence third-degree harassment from the 800 block of Second Avenue Northwest (residence, home).

-Information only from the 1000 block of Highway 31 (government, public building).

-Information only from the 9000 block of Highway 119 (other, unknown).

-Domestic violence investigation and domestic violence – harassment from the Peavine Trailer Park (residence, home).

 

Jan. 21

-Domestic violence investigation and harassment from the 500 block of Regent Drive (residence, home).

-Criminal mischief from the 90 block of 11th Avenue Southeast (residence, home).

-Domestic incident from the 600 block of Kent Dairy Road (residence, home).

-Open door from the 100 block of Willow Point Lane (residence, home).

-Information only from the 100 block of Willow Point Lane (residence, home).

-Found property from the Moe’s grill parking lot in the North Promenade (parking lot, garage). Forged was a brown men’s folding wallet with various contents valued at $25.

-Indecent exposure from the 9000 block of State Highway 119 (supermarket).

-Theft of property from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (specialty store). Stolen was an Apple iPhone valued at $200 and an Otter Box valued at $30.

-Theft of property from the 3500 block of Highway 31 (supermarket). Stolen were 30 Advil tablets valued at $4.49.

-Domestic incident from the 1000 block of Meadow Circle (residence, home).

-Information only from the 99 block of Cherry Drive (residence, home).

 

Jan. 22

-Burglary and theft of property from the 1600 block of Kent Dairy Road (specialty store). Damaged was a glass window in the amount of $400, a rear room door in the amount of $250 and stolen was a cash register valued at $300, $500 in U.S. currency, multiple phone cards valued at $300 and 15 leather jackets valued at $200.

-Domestic violence investigation and harassment from the Old Winn Dixie parking lot on Market Center Drive (church).

-Found property from the 300 block of Meadowlark Drive (residence, home). Reported found was a University of Alabama billfold valued at $30, $3 in U.S. currency, an APCO Credit Union debit card valued at $100 and an APCO Credit Union check book valued at $5.

-Harassment from the 1000 block of Fifth Avenue Northwest (residence, home).

-Assault from the 700 block of Park Road (other, unknown).

-Harassment from an unknown address on Cohill Drive (residence, home).

-Information only – runaway juvenile from Thompson Road at Cambridge Lane (highway, street).

 

Jan. 23

-Information only – open door from the 1000 block of Alabaster Boulevard (church).

-Information only – open door from the 1000 block of Highway 119 (specialty store).

 

Calera

 

Jan. 15

-Property damage from Alabama 25 and Shelby County 319 (highway/street). Damaged was a red Dodge Caliber 4D in the amount of $1.

-Property damage from the 5000 block of Shelby County 12 (highway/steet). Damaged was a red Kia Soul SUV in the amount of $3,500.

-Incident from the 5100 block of U.S. 31 (other/unknown).

-Missing person(s) from the 200 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (restaurant).

-Criminal mischief III from Village Drive (residence/home). Damaged was a black metal mailbox in the amount of $300.

 

Jan. 16

-Theft II from Pine Valley Drive (residence/home). Stolen were Capital One credit card valued at $0, Sam’s credit card valued at $0, Texaco card valued at $0, Mutual Savings credit card valued at $0, Central savings valued at $0 and miscellaneous items valued at $0.

-Found property from the 5100 block of Supercenter Drive (dept. store). Recovered was a brown dog.

-Criminal mischief III and criminal trespass III from Bonnieville Drive (residence/home). Damaged was a wire fence in the amount of $10.

-Animal not to be allowed at large from Merimeadows Drive (residence/home).

-Incident from the 200 block of South Colonial Promenade (restaurant).

 

Jan. 17

-Theft II from Village Trail (residence/home). Stolen were Pink dual screen Internet valued at $150, black CD case with 75 CDs valued at $1,200, Fossil sunglasses valued at $65, overnight bag with clothes valued at $150, Asics running shoes valued at $130, costmetic bag with contents valued at $205 and medicine valued at $0.

-Theft II from the 11000 block of Alabama 25 (commercial). Stolen was a ladder rack valued at $500.

-Harassment from the 5000 block of U.S. 31 (restaurant).

-Domestic violence III from Pine Valley Drive (residence/home).

-Menacing from the 500 block of 11th Street (residence/home).

-Attempted suicide from the 1220 block of Savannah Lane (residence/home).

-Incident from the 80 block of Shelby County 213 (residence/home).

-Theft III from the 5100 block of U.S. 31 (supermarket). Recovered were miscellaneous makeup items valued at $39.34.

 

Jan. 18

-Incident from Kensington Manor Drive (residence/home).

-Incident from the 1500 block of 19th Avenue (residence/home).

-Property damage from Interstate 65, mile marker 230 (highway/street). Damaged was the front of a blue Chevrolet Impala in the amount of $1.

-Public lewdness from the 11000 block of Alabama 25 (residence/home).

-Property damage from the 5000 block of Shelby County 42 (highway/street). Damaged was the front of a white Infiniti M35 in the amount of $1.

-Identity theft from the 500 block of Enclave Court (residence/home).

 

Jan. 19

-Theft of services III from the 50 block of Marketplace Circle (other/unknown). Stolen was a haircut valued at $22.

-Missing person(s) from Shelby County 22 (residence/home).

-Burglary III and theft III from the 400 block of Hawthorn Drive (residence/home). Stolen was Kel-Tec CNC Industries pistol valued at $287. Damaged were broken rear window and gun safe in the amount of $0.

 

Jan. 20

-Disorderly conduct from the 100 block of Calera Eagle Drive (other/unknown).

-Domestic violence III from the 11000 block of Alabama 25 (supermarket).

-Public intoxication and possession of pistol without permit from the 200 block of Stonecreek Place (highway/street). Recovered were Smith and Wesson automatic valued at $0 and SKS rifle valued at $0.

-Possession of forged instrument II from the 11000 block of Alabama 25 (bank). Damaged were check drawn of Central bank in the amount of $400 and check drawn of Central State Bank valued at $300.

 

Jan. 21

-Incident from the 150 block of Hamilton Lane (other/unknown).

-Domestic incident from the 90 block of Rockbay Lane (residence/home).

-Incident from the 10000 block of Alabama 25 (other/unknown).

-Theft II from Shelby County 89 (residence/home).

-Domestic violence III from the 11000 block of Alabama 25 (parking lot/garage).

 

Columbiana

 

Jan. 20

-Harassment from West College Street (Restaurant).

-Assault from the 24000 block of Highway 25 (School/College).

 

Jan. 24

-Domestic Violence III from the 100 block of Magnolia Circle (Residence/Home).

 

Harpersville

 

Jan. 21

-Assault from Highway 280 East (Highway/Street) Child struck parent in a vehicle.

-Violation of court order from Sunny Dale Lane.

 

Jan. 24

-Vehicle accident from Highway 280 mile marker 29 (Highway/Street) Vehicle struck deer.

-Criminal mischief from Walthall Swamp Road.

 

Helena

 

Jan. 15

-Giving a false name to law enforcement and open container from County Road 52 West at Golden Rule (highway, street).

-Unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from Wyndham Parkway at County Road 17 (highway, street).

 

Jan. 16

-Information only from the Tuff Towing Company (storage facility). Recovered was suboxone sublingual film, three sample packs of Ambien and a metal rod with residue used for narcotics consumption.

-Identity theft from the 2000 block of Laurel Lakes Drive (residence, home).

 

Jan. 17

-Information only from the 1700 block of Fieldstone Parkway (residence, home).

-Death investigation – hospice from Omaha Drive (residence, home).

-Criminal mischief from the 5800 block of Old Kendrick Road (residence, home). Damaged was a wooden mailbox post in the amount of $35.

-Information only from the 7800 block of Saddlewood drive (residence, home).

-Failure to appear from the driver’s license office (government, public building).

-Theft of property from the CVS Pharmacy (drug store). Stolen was an unknown amount of merchandise.

 

Jan. 18

-Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from Lake Davidson Lane (highway, street). Confiscated was a glass elephant with a hollow area containing marijuana residue valued at $1.

-Abandoned vehicle in public view from the 4300 block of Morningside Drive (residence, home).

-Warrant arrest from Oak Brook Lane (highway, street).

-Theft of property from Avalon Blue Furniture (specialty store). Stolen was an antique rocking chair valued at $250 and an antique stool valued at $200.

-Warrant arrest from the Jefferson County Jail.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 1000 block of Brook Drive (residence, home). Stolen were a Canon powershot digital camera valued at $250 and Revo sunglasses valued at $260.

 

Jan. 19

-Criminal mischief from Oak Brook Lane (residence, home). Damaged was a door in the amount of $150.

-Theft of property from the 1000 block of Stonecreek Drive (residence, home). Stolen was a laptop computer valued at $500, a Kindle Fire valued at $200, a wireless mouse valued at $20, a computer router valued at $50, a Leapfrog video game valued at $30 and two hardback books valued at $40.

-Theft of property from the 2200 block of Old Cahaba Place (residence, home). Stolen were two flotation cushions valued at $20, a filet knife valued at $20, four packs of fishing lures valued at $20 and a wooden lid valued at $20.

-Harassing communications from the 1700 block of Native Dancer Drive (residence, home).

 

Jan. 20

-Harassing communications from the 200 block of Old Cahaba Trail (residence, home).

 

Jan. 21

-Criminal mischief from the 300 block of Helena Marketplace (supermarket). Damaged was an exterior wall in the amount of $100 and a stop sign in the amount of $50.

-Identity theft from the 2600 block of Oakleaf Circle (residence, home).

-Domestic violence from the 5000 block of Bridlewood Park Lane (residence, home). Confiscated was a wooden dugout and one hitter marijuana pipe valued at $15 and less than half a gram of marijuana valued at $2.

 

Montevallo

 

Jan. 18

-Domestic violence from the 200 block of Graham Street (residence/home).

-Animal complaint from the 10 block of University Park Drive (residence/home).

-Domestic violence III from the 400 block of Skyview Drive (residence/home).

 

Jan. 19

-Information only from the 200 block of Samford Street (residence/home).

-Burglary III and theft of property I from the 100 block of Cambridge Circle (residence/home). Stolen was copper wire valued at $3,000.

 

Jan. 20

-Possession of drug paraphernalia and minor in possession of alcohol from Oak Street (parking lot/garage). Recovered was a black pipe with metal end containing residue valued at $1.

 

Jan. 21

-Domestic violence III from the 100 block of Comanche Street (residence/home). Damaged was a Straight Talk Blackberry in the amount of $100 and white microwave oven in the amount of $40.

 

Jan. 22

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property III from the 100 block of Overland Road (parking lot/garage). Stolen was a Garmin GPS valued at $100.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle (no theft or damage) from the 200 block of Overland Road (residence/home).

 

Jan. 23

-Theft of property III from the 4500 block of Alabama 25 (dept. store). Stolen and recovered were two Lexmark wireless printer, fax and scan valued at $70.

-Harassment from the 4000 block of Alabama 25 (supermarket).

-Criminal mischief II from the 300 block of Reonda Lane (residence/home). Damaged was spray paint on walls and sidewalks in the amount of $400, window screen in the amount of $100 and side walk in the amount of $100.

 

Pelham

 

Jan. 13

-Harassment and harassing communications from the 700 block of Huntley Parkway (residence, home).

 

Jan. 17

-Theft of property from the 200 block of Cahaba Valley Road (hotel, motel). Stolen was $242 in U.S. currency.

-Property damage from the 200 block of Heather Ridge Circle (residence, home). Damaged was a mailbox in the amount of $400.

-Burglary from the 1900 block of Chandaway Court (residence, home). Stolen were an opal and diamond ring valued at $500 and a small diamond ring valued at $500 and damaged was a door in the amount of $200.

-Theft of property from the 100 block of Braxton Way (residence, home). Stolen were a Panasonic 42-inch HDTV valued at $399, an Xbox 360 valued at $300 and a 1996 Honda Accord valued at $3,000.

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from the parking lot of the Value Place (parking lot, garage).

-Miscellaneous information from San Jose, Calif. (commercial).

-Theft of property and theft by deception from 2181 Pelham Parkway (supermarket). Stolen were two automobile covers valued at $43 each.

 

Jan. 18

-Theft of property from the 100 block of Owens Parkway (commercial). Stolen was a 15-foot car hauler valued at $2,200.

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from 23 Oak Ridge Lane (field, woods).

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 200 block of Beaver Creek Parkway (residence, home). Stolen were keys to a Saab valued at $150, Maui Jim sunglasses valued at $350, Costa Del Ray sunglasses valued at $200, a purse with contents valued at $25, a Sam Lilly Liquidators paycheck stub, a sweatshirt valued at $10 and assorted papers.

-Switched tag from Interstate 65 north at Cahaba Valley Road (highway, street). Confiscated was an Alabama tag.

-Theft of property from 2181 Pelham Parkway (other, unknown). Stolen were 13 DVDs valued at $259, two Dead Poets DVDs valued at $28, two Good Morning DVDs valued at $28, three 40 Virgin DVDs valued at $45, three Mamma Mia DVDs valued at $45, three Ray DVDs and three Babe DVDs valued at $36.

 

Jan. 19

-Recovered property from Highway 12 in Calera (highway, street). Recovered was a Glock Model 21 valued at $500.

-Miscellaneous information from 2181 Pelham Parkway (department store). Confiscated were white and blue pills identified as phentermine valued at $20.

-Violation of municipal ordinance – unfavorable appearance from the 600 block of Overhill Lane (residence, home).

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from the 100 block of Bishop Circle (parking lot, garage).

-Property damage from the Express Oil Change parking lot at 2874 Pelham Parkway (service, gas station). Damaged was a Lexus IS250.

-Miscellaneous information from Interstate 65 near Highway 119 (highway, street). Recovered was valium valued at $340.

 

Jan. 20

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement and civil dispute from the 200 block of Macallen Drive (residence, home).

-Harassment from the 2100 block of Pelham Parkway (specialty store).

-Miscellaneous information from Interstate 65 north near Cahaba Valley Road (highway, street). Recovered were a pack of Kush herbal incense valued at $15 and a pack of Job rolling papers valued at $2.

-Death investigation from Beaver Creek (residence, home).

-Public lewdness from the 2900 block of Pelham Parkway (commercial).

-Domestic violence – menacing from the 200 block of Macallen Drive (residence, home).

-Burglary from the 900 block of Ryecroft Road (residence, home). Stolen were a 52-inch Samsung TV valued at $2,000, a Westinghouse 32-inch TV valued at $600, a Sony DVD and surround sound system valued at $600, a Nikon D60 camera valued at $600 and a Wii game console valued at $200. Damaged were an exterior glass door and window in the amount of $2,000 and an interior door and frame in the amount of $250.

-Miscellaneous information from the 2200 block of Pelham Parkway (parking lot, garage). Recovered was an Alabama license plate valued at $25.

 

Jan. 21

-Criminal mischief from the 60 block of Driver’s Way (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a 2010 GMC Sierra in the amount of $400.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 60 block of Driver’s Way (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a 2010 Toyota Highlander in the amount of $200, and stolen were a black purse with contents valued at $100, $40 in U.S. currency, a purple camera case valued at $10 and a Samsung 16.5 megapixel camera valued at $300.

-Unlawful breaking and entering from the 60 block of Driver’s Way (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a 2007 Ford Mustang GT in the amount of $400 and stolen were Costa Del Mar sunglasses valued at $200.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 60 block of Driver’s Way (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a 2005 Toyota Tacoma in the amount of $400, and stolen were a gym bag valued at $20, a bottle of cologne valued at $50, a pair of Asics tennis shoes valued at $100 and assorted gym clothes valued at $50.

-Harassment from Cottage Circle (residence, home).

-Theft by deception from 2181 Pelham Parkway (department store). Stolen was a money transfer in the amount of $905.

 

Jan. 22

-Death investigation – hospice from the 100 block of High Hampton (residence, home). Destroyed were morphine sulphate and adavan.

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from Pelham Parkway and Amphitheater Road (highway, street).

 

Vincent

 

-Nothing to report.

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