Police reports for the week of March 7, 2012

Published 2:32pm Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Feb. 24

-Property damage from the 400 block of Shelby County 306 (residence/home). Damaged were shrubs and grass in the amount of $2,000.

-Information only from Leach Cemetery Road (residence/home).

-Theft of property III from the 8600 block of U.S. 31 (residence/home). Stolen and recovered was a pile of decorative rocks valued at $100.

-Information only from Wildwood Way (residence/home).

-Domestic incident from the 1800 block of 21st Avenue (residence/home).

-Property damage from the 2200 block of 10th Avenue (highway/street). Damaged was a black Chevrolet Equinox SUV.

-Harassment (harassment/intimidation) from Shelby County 301 (residence/home).

-Theft of property III from the 120 block of Ridgecrest Road (residence/home). Stolen was $180 in U.S. currency.

-Information only from the 100 block of Little John Circle (residence/home).

-Theft of property II from the 300 block of Summerchase Drive (residence/home). Stolen were diamond necklace valued at $200, diamond charm bracelet valued at $900, silver bracelet valued at $150, wedding ring valued at $100, charm bracelet valued at $500 and diamond tie clasp valued at $150.

-Theft of property II and fraudulent use of credit/debit card from the 100 block of Aviators View Drive (bank). Stolen was an ABC bank card valued at $0.

-Theft of property II from Shelby County 310 (residence/home). Stolen was an English bulldog valued at $1,800.

Feb. 25

-Information only from the 5100 block of U.S. 31 (conv. store). Recovered were red ladies billfold valued at $30, Georgia driver’s license valued at $25, Citi/Sears Mastercard valued at $10, two Regions Visa cards valued at $40, Capital One Visa card valued at $10, various cards and papers valued at $1 and $154 in U.S. currency.

-Theft of property III from the 100 block of Brookside Way (highway/street). Stolen was a manhole cover valued at $150.

-Failure to appear from the 10000 block of Alabama 25 (govt/public building).

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