Police reports for the week of March 21, 2012

Published 3:38pm Wednesday, March 21, 2012

March 9

-Theft of property I from the 200 block of Spring Drive (other/unknown). Stolen were 20 steel pallet-racking runners valued at $3,000.

-Theft of property III from the 400 block of Parkway Circle (residence/home). Stolen was a Waste Management garbage can valued at $50.

March 10

-Harassment from the 500 block of Valley Street (residence/home).

-Assault III from Alabama 25 and Montgomery Street (highway/street).

-Receiving stolen property II and possession of drug paraphernalia from the 4500 block of Alabama 25 (highway/street). Recovered were Allenware laptop valued at $800, wireless Xbox receiver valued at $100, green leafy substance in aluminum bag valued at $50, Xbox power supply valued at $45 and glass pipe with residue valued at $5.

March 11

-Information on domestic incident from the 200 block of Graham Street (residence/home).

March 12

-Theft of property II from the 1000 block of Bloch Street (residence/home). Stolen and recovered by victim were White Apple Mac Book Pro valued at $1,200 and Vera Bradley computer case valued at $75.

 

Pelham

March 2

-Harassment from the Walmart Supercenter at 2181 Pelham Parkway (commercial).

-Miscellaneous information from Purifoy Adult Day Health Care (commercial). Reported was $255 in U.S. currency.

March 5

-Criminal mischief from the 3500 block of Pelham Parkway (restaurant). Damaged was a telephone wire in the amount of $150.

-Theft of property from the 3100 block of Pelham Parkway (specialty store). Stolen was a Mikata circular saw valued at $150.

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from Pelham Parkway at Stonehaven Trail (parking lot, garage).

-Theft of property from 3529 Pelham Parkway (specialty store). Stolen were two cast-iron sewer drainage covers.

-Criminal mischief from the 200 block of Windstone Parkway (residence, home). Damaged was a metal mailbox in the amount of $50.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 100 block of Oaklyn Hills Drive (residence, home). Stolen were an RCA portable DVD player valued at $300, a Sony Bloggie 3D camcorder valued at $400, Jimmy Choo sunglasses valued at $200, Coach sunglasses valued at $200, Ray Ban sunglasses valued at $125, assorted CDs and children’s DVDs valued at $210 and an iPhone charger and Monster auxilary cables valued at $85.

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