Police reports for the week of March 21, 2012

Published 3:38pm Wednesday, March 21, 2012

March 9

-Driving under the influence from U.S. 31 South of Old Highway 31 (highway, street).

-Theft of property from the 1300 block of Royalty Drive (school, college). Stolen and recovered was a Luminox watch valued at $900.

-Unlawful possession of a controlled substance from Simmsville Road (highway, street). Confiscated was hydrocodone.

-Theft of property from the 100 block of Greenfield Lane (restaurant). Stolen was $4,000 in U.S. currency.

-Information only from the 300 block of Sweet Leaf Drive (highway, street).

-Information only from Creek View Elementary School (school, college).

-Harassment from the 100 block of 11th Street Southwest (other, unknown).

-Assault from the Paradise mobile home park (residence, home).

-Harassment from the 600 block of Treymoor Lake Circle (residence, home).

-Found property from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage). Recovered was a 32 gigabyte iPod touch valued at $300.

-Damage to property from Interstate 65 (highway, street). Damaged was a Toyota Rav-4 SUV in the amount of $1,000.

-Domestic violence investigation and domestic violence – harassment from the 1500 block of King Charles Court (residence, home).

March 10

-Alarm or unsecured residence from the 100 block of Waltham Abbey (residence, home).

-Burglary and theft of property from the 100 block of Hickory Street (residence, home). Stolen were copper wire valued at $500, $168 in U.S. currency, $100 in U.S. currency and five G Loomis fishing rods and a Shimano Curado open face fishing reel valued at $1,750.

-Lost property from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (supermarket). Reported missing was an Alabama driver’s license, an Amazon Chase credit card and a Wells Fargo debit card.

-Noise complaint from the 100 block of Grave Hill Drive (highway, street).

-Damage to property from Abbey Wooley Park (government, public building). Damaged was a Master Lock padlock in the amount of $10.

-Information only – civil dispute from the 100 block of Tall Timber.

-Domestic violence investigation and domestic violence harassment from the 200 block of Maylene Lane (residence, home).

-Information only from the 200 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (specialty store).

March 11

-Animal complaint from the 1000 block of Willow Creek Parkway (residence, home). Reported was a medium male brown and black pitbull.

-Domestic violence investigation and domestic violence – assault from the 1500 block of Kent Dairy Road.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property from the 300 block of Sweet Leaf Drive (residence, home). Stolen were a Coach purse valued at $500, a checkbook valued at $20, a Nikon Coolpix valued at $335, two HD memory cards for a Nikon camera valued at $60, a Kay Jewelers credit card valued at $1, checks drawn on a Regions Bank account valued at $1 and prescription medication valued at $30.

-Theft of property from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (department store). Stolen and recovered were a 3/8-inch ratchet valued at $22.47, a 42-count of Zegrid medication valued at $22.84, Gillette disposable razors valued at $14.97 and a 16-inch chainsaw blade valued at $14.37.

-Unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from the 100 block of Gardenside Drive (residence, home). Confiscated were 0.29 grams of marijuana and two tops to gravity bongs.

-Information only from the North Promenade (parking lot, garage).

-Fraud from the 1000 block of Fifth Court Southwest (residence, home). Stolen was $2,021 in U.S. currency.

-Theft of property from Walmart at 630 Colonial Promenade Parkway (department store). Stolen and recovered were a Brother color computer cartridge three-pack valued at $39.97 and a Belkin wireless USB adapter valued at $29.96.

-Unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from the parking lot of Rent-A-Center (parking lot, garage). Recovered were a plastic baggie containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana and a metal pipe commonly used to smoke marijuana.

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