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Police reports for the week of March 14, 2012

Published 2:11pm Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Feb. 28

-Public intoxication and resisting arrest from the 9300 block of Helena Road (parking lot, garage).

-Domestic violence – harassment from the 100 block of Windsor Ridge (residence, home).

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from Interstate 65 South at the Cahaba Valley Road exit ramp.

-Burglary from the 100 block of Hayesbury Court (residence, home). Stolen were two gold rings valued at $2,000, a white gold ring valued at $400, a wedding ring valued at $1,000, a diamond necklace valued at $500, two emerald earrings valued at $600 and assorted jewelry.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 500 block of Rolling Hills Drive (residence, home). Stolen were a Sirius XM radio valued at $50, sunglasses valued at $20 and a car charger for a smart phone valued at $20.

 

Feb. 29

-Miscellaneous information from the 2000 block of Oak Mountain Drive (commercial).

-Domestic violence from the 2000 block of Little Mountain Circle (residence, home).

-Unexplained lost property from the 10 block of Kings Valley Road (residence, home). Reported was a set of keys valued at $5.

-Property damage from Interstate 65 and mile marker 243 (highway, street). Damaged was the front grill, hood and front bumper of a 1997 Ford E-150.

-Miscellaneous information from Travelodge at 410 Oak Mountain Circle (hotel, motel).

 

March 1

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from Interstate 65 at the 242 exit (highway, street). Recovered was a Bryco Arms 9-millimeter pistol valued at $325.

-Found property from 32 Philip Davis Street (government, public building). Recovered was a black leather wallet with an Alabama driver’s license, miscellaneous papers and identifications, 200 pesos, a Wells Fargo debit card, a Social Security card and other contents valued at $10.

-Theft of property from the 100 block of Stonecliff Drive (other, unknown). Stolen was a residential air conditioner unit valued at $3,500.

-Violation of municipal ordinance – dogs not to be at large from the 100 block of High Hampton Drive.

-Criminal mischief from 15 Welborn St. (commercial). Damaged was an I-Vend snack machine valued at $500.

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

-Theft of property from the 500 block of Rolling Hills Drive (residence, home). Stolen was a 1970s Case three-blade knife valued at $140, a 1970s Case hunter folding knife valued at $80 and an iPhone vehicle charger valued at $20.

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from Helena Road at Donohoo Motors (highway, street).

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from Scott’s Pawn (specialty store). Recovered was a 42-inch Panasonic TV.

-Violation of municipal ordinance – dogs not to be allowed at large from the 600 block of Crosscreek Cove (highway, street).

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