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June 2021 Security Update

June Calls for Service
Date Time Address Type of Call
6/2/21 1821 2200 Wisteria St. Overdose
6/9/21 0820 2300 Cherokee Ave. Public Assist
6/16/21 1856 800 Park Blvd. Possible Animal Theft
6/18/21 2022 2100 Tulip St. Traffic Congestion
6/19/21 1849 2200 Wisteria St. Hit & Run
6/28/21 1306 2200 Wisteria St. Damage to Property
6/28/21 1342 1800 Tulip St. Theft
6/28/21 1555 700 Park Blvd. Vehicle Burglary
6/28/21 1612 2500 Terrace St. Burglary of a Shed
6/29/21 0735 1000 Park Blvd. Vehicle Burglary
6/29/21 2310 2300 Tulip St. Shots Fired Complaint
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Claire PittmanJune 2021 Security Update
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May 2021 Security Updates

May Calls for Service
Date Time Address Type of Call
5/1/21 1838 600 Camellia Ave. Public Assist
5/4/21 0827 1000 Drehr Ave. Vehicle Theft
5/4/21 0906 900 Drehr Ave. Public Assist
5/5/21 1414 2300 Broussard St. Burglary
5/6/21 1711 1900 Tulip St. Burglary
5/8/21 0216 800 Park Blvd. Suspicious Incident
5/10/21 0825 900 Camellia Ave. Burglary
5/11/21 0337 2800 Terrace Ave. Public Assist
5/12/21 2122 2100 Wisteria St. Suspicious Incident
5/14/21 2049 1900 Tulip St. Disturbance
5/15/21 1126 2300 Olive St. Suspicious Incident
5/16/21 1417 2100 Wisteria St. Burglary
5/18/21 1701 1800 Oleander St. Vehicle Theft
5/23/21 0311 2600 Oleander St. Disturbance
5/23/21 2200 2200 Tulip St. Public Assist
5/25/21 0813 2600 Klienert St. Burglary
5/27/21 0648 2200 Cherokee St. Public Assist
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Claire PittmanMay 2021 Security Updates
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April 2021 Security Update

April Calls for Service
Date Time Address Type of Call
4/9/21 1624 1100 Park Blvd. Theft
4/10/21 0823 1800 Olive St. Suspicious Incident
4/11/21 0645 2200 Wisteria Ave. Suspicious Incident
4/16/21 2350 1100 Park Blvd. Suspicious Incident
4/22/21 2003 2200 Wisteria St. Hit & Run
4/24/21 1913 800 Camellia Ave. Welfare Check
4/24/21 1255 2600 Oleander St. Public Assistance
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Claire PittmanApril 2021 Security Update
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March 2021 Security Report

March Calls for Service
Date Time Address Type of Call
3/1/21 1233 1900 Cherokee Ave. Fraud
3/1/21 1554 1300 Drehr Ave. Suspicious Person
3/3/21 1154 1000 Drehr Ave. Burglary / Stolen Vehicle
3/3/21 1400 800 Camellia Ave. Suspicious Person
3/3/21 1511 800 Park Blvd. Public Assistance
3/3/21 1935 2300 Oleander St. Suspicious Person
3/5/21 0119 2100 Oleander St. Suspicious Incident
3/8/21 0141 2100 Olive St. Loud Music
3/12/21 0903 1100 Park Blvd. Disturbance
3/13/21 1306 500 Park Blvd. Suspicious Incident
3/14/21 0100 1300 Camellia Ave. Disturbance
3/14/21 2315 1800 Myrtle Ave. Arrest of Domestic Abuse Battery Fugitive
3/17/21 1553 2200 Kleinert Ave. Burglary
3/24/21 0202 2000 Kleinert Ave. Public Assistance
3/26/21 0711 2100 Oleander St. Burglary
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Claire PittmanMarch 2021 Security Report
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February 2021 Security Update

Date: Time: Address: Synopsis:
2/3/21 1351 2100 Wisteria St. An anonymous caller reported that a black male driving a white Toyota with a busted back passenger’s window almost hit a white male on a skateboard. The caller advised the white male yelled at the black male, and then the black turned around and came back to try and hit the white male again. Police responded to the area and were unable to locate the caller or either male involved.
2/3/21 1553 600 block of  Camellia Ave. The white male from the previous incident called to report the incident and provided the license plate number to the white Toyota Corolla. Officers arrived and took the report and then learned the vehicle had been stolen from the Belle of Baton Rouge just a few hours prior.
2/3/21 1633 600 block of  Camellia Ave. The resident advised they were inside of their home and their vehicle was parallel parked on the street. The resident stated that a white Toyota Corolla side-swiped her vehicle, damaged her flower bed, and almost hit her neighbor who was on a skateboard in the area before fleeing the scene. Note, the suspect vehicle is the same stolen vehicle from the previous two incidents. Officers patrolled the area and were unable to locate the suspect vehicle. These cases are being investigated by Auto Theft Detectives.
2/6/21 0013 1900 block of Oleander St. An anonymous complainant reported hearing loud yelling outside. Officers patrolled the area and were unable to locate any loud noises or anyone needing Police assistance.
2/6/21 1731 800 block of Park Blvd. The caller requested a welfare check on an elderly neighbor. The caller advised no one has seen the neighbor in several days and the mail was piling up outside. Officers contacted the elderly male and advised he was okay.
2/10/21 2203 1100 block of Park Bl. The complainant advised they were walking in the area of the park when a black male approached them armed with a handgun. The male took several things from the victim at gunpoint and fled the scene. This case is under investigation by armed robber detectives.
2/11/21 0834 900 block of Camellia Ave. The complainant called the telephone reporting unit to report receiving a 1099G form from LA Workforce for unemployment benefits. The complainant advised they never received unemployment, and their identity must’ve been stolen.
2/13/21 1953 1900 block of  Oleander St. An anonymous complainant reported hearing 3-5 shots fired in the area. Officers patrolled the area and did not hear any gunshots or locate anyone needing Police assistance.
2/15/21 0801 2100 block of  Oleander St. The complainant reported their garage was burglarized just after midnight. The complainant had video footage of a male entering their garage and stealing a speaker from inside the garage. This case is under investigation
2/15/21 1341 700 block of  Camellia Ave. The resident called 2nd District to report that they observed a slim black male subject, approximately 5’0 tall, pulling on door handles on their security camera at 1240 hours today. The resident further advised that several vehicles in the area had possibly been burglarized so the resident submitted their video surveillance for evidence.
2/21/21 1504 1007 Park Blvd. The resident advised they were inside when they heard a loud noise coming from outside. The resident looked outside and noticed a gray Dodge Ram had just sideswiped their vehicle, which was parked along the side of the road. The resident followed the vehicle until they stopped, but the driver took off again after stopping.
2/21/21 2013 2200 block of Tulip St. This residence is a 4-plex. The owner reported that the tenant was damaging the property and causing a disturbance. Prior to Police responding, another resident reported that the tenant was irate outside and was spray painting their car. Police arrived and detained the tenant. The tenant was issued a summons for Damage to Property. The tenant was then transported to the Bridge Center for a psychological evaluation.
2/22/21 1601 1000 block of Park Blvd. The resident called the telephone reporting unit to report that they Googled a plumber to repair plumbing issues in their home. The Google search yielded “Mr. Rooter” as a business that would respond on weekends, so the resident called that company and paid $400 for services. The resident advised two black males arrived in an older Mr. Rooter van. The males removed the resident’s toilet but did not repair anything prior to leaving. The resident called again the next day to inquire about finishing repairs, but was told by the receptionist that Mr. Rooter is not open on the weekends, their employees do not work on Sundays, and that they do not have any employees that match the description the resident provided.
2/26/21 1333 2200 block of Tulip St. The complainant requested Police because the tenant of this residence was outside “beating up his car.” The complainant advised the tenant was possibly having an episode and was off his medication. Officers reported the male was no longer on scene when they arrived.
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Claire PittmanFebruary 2021 Security Update
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January 2021 Security Update

Date: Time: Address: Synopsis:
1/4/21 0809 Wisteria St. Officers located the suspect from previous incidents and arrested  (see December’s report summaries for this address)
1/5/21 2246 2500 block Olive St. Officers responded to an anonymous complaint of a car alarm going off in the area. Officers reportedly patrolled the area and did not hear or locate any vehicles with alarms sounding.
1/6/21 2255 800 block Park Bl. Narcotics detectives were conducting traffic stops in the area and arrested a subject for drug violations. This report is blocked so no other information is available.
1/8/21 2223 1900 block Tulip St. The homeowner requested Police because their front door was partially open when they returned home. Police cleared the residence, finding nothing out of place inside. The homeowner then realized they did not fully close the door prior to leaving.
1/10/21 0836 2000 block Terrace Ave. An unknown complainant reported that they heard a gunshot and then observed a blue car speeding away from the area. Officers patrolled the area and were unable to locate anyone needing Police or Medical assistance, and they did not locate any suspicious vehicles in the area.
1/18/21 1919 1800 block Tulip St. Officers responded to a report of gunshots in the area. Officers patrolled the area and spoke to people outside in the area. Officers reported people did say they heard loud noises but nothing that sounded like gunshots. Officers patrolled the area and did not locate anyone needing Police or Medical assistance.
1/20/21 0700 2300 block Wisteria St. The resident reported their vehicle was burglarized overnight. The window was busted out and an item was taken from the vehicle. Officers collected evidence from the scene. This case is pending investigation.
1/25/21 2206 2100 block Tulip St. The resident called the district to report that their shed had been broken into during the evening. The resident advised that tools were stolen, and they did not have camera footage near the area of their shed.
1/26/21 0853 1100 block Drehr Ave. The resident called the telephone reporting unit to report their packages were stolen off of their porch. The resident advised their neighbors had camera footage, but they hadn’t been able to contact their neighbors yet to retrieve it.
1/26/21 1355 1100 block Drehr Ave. The resident called the telephone reporting unit to report that a cargo box was stolen from their back yard after their packages were stolen off of their porch prior in the day.
1/31/21 1216 2500 block Olive St. The resident advised they had a crew at their vacant home doing repairs and the crew located a homeless male sleeping in the home when they arrived. Officers arrived, arrested the male, and banned him from the property.
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Claire PittmanJanuary 2021 Security Update
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Fall 2020 Security Update

December 2020

  • On 12/1/20 at 1417 hours, Officers responded to the 2000 block of Kleinert Ave. relative to a disturbance. The complainant advised their son was causing a disturbance and that he locked them inside of the home. Police arrived and transported the complainant to their residence per their request.
  • On 12/2/20 at 1102 hours, the complainant contacted the telephone reporting unit to report that the arm of the garbage truck struck their vehicle at 1959 Tulip St. The truck driver gave the complainant their contact information to resolve this issue; however, the truck driver has not returned the complainant’s phone call.
  • On 12/4/20 at 2323 hours, Officers responded to the 500 block of Park Blvd. relative to reports of a subject who was possibly suicidal at this location. Upon arrival, Officers contacted all individuals present, and none were in distress or appeared to be suicidal.
  • On 12/9/20 at 0156 hours, Officers responded to a home on Convention Street relative to an incident that had just occurred in the 2000 block of Wisteria Ave. This call was relative to an assault and battery between dating partners where the complainant (victim) had just escaped. The complainant advised their dating partner verbally assaulted them and held them at gunpoint while intimidating them regarding going to court on a previous domestic abuse charge. The complainant stated the suspect loaded a shotgun and advised they would kill the complainant if the complainant didn’t drop the previous charges. Further, the complainant stated the suspect advised they would choose death by cop if the complainant called Police. Officers went to the suspect’s home (Wisteria Ave.) and did not locate anyone there. This case has been forwarded up to Detectives who issued a warrant, but the suspect has since evaded capture.
  • On 12/10/20 at 1123 hours, Officers responded to an anonymous complaint of 4 males looking for packages to steal near the 2200 block of Wisteria Ave. No further descriptions were given by the caller. Officers patrolled the area and were unable to locate the males.
  • On 12/12/20 at 1711 hours, Officers responded to a burglary at 2756 Oleander St. The residents advised their shed was burglarized and several items were taken sometime throughout the day.
  • On 12/20/20 at 2154 hours, Officers responded to the 2100 block of Myrtle Ave. relative to a shots fired call. An anonymous complainant advised of several shots fired in the area. Officers patrolled the area and did not locate any signs of shots being fired or anyone needing police/medical assistance.
  • On 12/24/20 at 2115 hours, Officers responded to a welfare check in the 500 block of Park Blvd. The complainant advised a family member at the home was possibly trying to hurt other family members at the home. Officers contacted the family member in question and he advised that he was feeling fine, and did not want to hurt himself or anyone else.
  • On 12/27/20 at 2050 hours, Officers responded to 2656 Myrtle Ave. relative to a burglary. The resident reported they were away from home but observed an unknown male walking out of their backdoor. Officers arrived and cleared the residence. Officers reported the residence appeared to be in disarray as if someone had just went through several drawers and burglarized the home. The resident was not in town to respond to the home but advised he would determine what was missing when he returned.

November 2020

  • On 11/3/20 at 1518 hours, Officers responded to the 1300 block of Drehr Ave. The resident reported a black male in a black Toyota Corolla pulled up in the alley way next to their home and tried to open their garage door. The door wouldn’t open, so the male returned to his car and retrieved a hammer. The resident’s dogs then began barking, which scared the male off. The resident captured this incident on video surveillance and turned it over to Police.
  • On 11/3/20 at 1917 hours, Officers responded to 903 Camellia Ave in response to a theft. The resident advised that at 1431 hours, a black male driving a black Toyota Corolla with no license plate, pulled up on the side of their residence and entered their yard. The male stole two packages and attempted to steal a generator. The resident captured this incident on video surveillance and turned it over to Police.
  • On 11/7/20 at 0012 hours, Officers responded to an anonymous call in the 1900 block of Olive St. relative to a white male banging on the doors of multiple residents. Officers patrolled the area and were unable to locate the male.
  • On 11/11/20 at 2119 hours, Officers responded to the 2100 block of Olive St. relative to a suspicious person. Multiple anonymous residents in the area advised two heavyset black males wearing blue jeans and white shirts were hanging out in the alleyway. The residents reported the males ran when they walked outside. It is unknown what the males were doing in the area, and Officers were unable to locate them during a patrol of the area.
  • On 11/13/20 at 2110 hours, Officers responded to an anonymous complaint of possible shots fired in the area of 1966 Cherokee St. Officers reported they did not see any signs of shots being fired in the area and did not locate anyone needing Police assistance.
  • On 11/15/20 at 1224 hours, Officers responded to a burglary at 718 Park Blvd. The resident reported they noticed their fence was damaged when they returned home, and that two of their bikes had been stolen from the home.
  • 11/20/20 at 1225 hours, Officers responded to an alarm at 2663 Oleander St. The resident was on scene advising their backdoor was opened. Officers arrived and determined the back door had been kicked in. Officers cleared the home and did not find anyone inside. The resident advised nothing appeared to be missing.
  • 11/27/20 at 0836 hours, Officers responded to the 2900 block of Kleinert Ave. relative to an anonymous complaint of a black female with blue hair pulling on door knobs in the area. Officers located and contacted the female, Angela Coleman. Coleman advised she only pulled on a door to a home that had a for sale sign in the yard. Officers could not take any further actions, other than warning Coleman to stay away, since the complainant was anonymous (meaning there was no victim to say a crime occurred).

October 2020

  • On 10/3/20 at 1840 hours, Officers responded to the 1800 block of Tulip St. relative to a suspicious incident. The complainant advised a black male in a bright pink shirt was banging on several residence doors in the neighborhood. The complainant advised the male had been riding a bike through the neighborhood since 1300 hours as well. Officers patrolled the area and were unable to locate the male.
  • On 10/4/20 at 0519 hours, Officers responded to the 2100 block of Oleander St. relative to an anonymous complaint of a black male pulling on car door handles. Officers patrolled the area and did not observe anyone in the area.
  • On 10/6/20 at 1213 hours, Officers responded to a home invasion at 2512 Olive St. that occurred at 0200 hours. The resident advised she and her ex-boyfriend began arguing so she asked him to leave her residence. He left and later returned without permission. When the resident attempted to call Police, the ex-boyfriend grabbed her phone and slammed it into the floor, causing it to break. The resident grabbed her firearm and asked the ex-boyfriend to leave but he slapped her in the face. The resident advised the ex-boyfriend eventually left but she was unable to call Police until now when she used someone’s phone to call. The resident advised she did not wish to press charges against the ex-boyfriend.
  • On 10/8/20 at 0040 hours, Officers responded to the 2500 block of Olive St. relative to a disturbance. The resident advised her ex-boyfriend was beating on her bedroom window. The ex-boyfriend was no longer there upon Officer’s arrival.
  • On 10/9/2020 at 1604 hours, a resident in the 2500 block of Olive St. called the telephone reporting unit to report their ex-boyfriend slashed their tires overnight on 10/8/2020-10/9/2020. The resident did not notice the damage until they woke up this morning.
  • On 10/10/20 at 1004 hours, a resident in the 2500 block of Olive St. reported that she had just returned home as she was away overnight due to the hurricane. Upon returning, she noticed several windows in the back of her home had been busted. The resident thinks their ex-boyfriend busted the windows overnight but was not sure as they could’ve been damaged in one of the ex-boyfriend’s prior cases and she was just noticing them.
  • On 10/18/20 at 1921 hours, a resident in the 900 block of Park Bl. called the 2nd District desk to report a male subject walked onto their porch and stole two packages on 10/17/20 at 2158 hours. The resident advised they would turn surveillance into Officers at a later date and they did not provide a description over the phone.
  • On 10/21/20 at 1105 hours, Officers responded to 2101 Klienert Ave. relative to a man down in the area. Officers located a male experiencing medical issues in the area and EMS transported him to a hospital for treatment.
  • On 10/23/20 at 1405 hours, the complaintant reported a theft from 2354 Myrtle Ave. to the telephone reporting unit. The complainant stated he paid a male to do a plumbing job at that location. The male was also given the supplies needed to do the job. The male did not complete the job or return the supplies.
  • On 10/27/20 at 0757 hours, Officers responded to a burglary at 1930 Oleander St. The complainant reported both vehicles in their driveway were burglarized overnight. The suspect stole a diaper bag and coin change from the vehicles.
  • On 10/28/20 at 1503 hours, Officers responded to a suspicious incident in the 700 block of Park Bl. The complainant advised they observed a white male pull out a large meat cleaver on a group of children that was playing. Officers patrolled the area but were unable to locate any white males walking in the area that matched the description the complainant provided.
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Claire PittmanFall 2020 Security Update
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Summer Security Update

June Calls

  • On 6/2/20 at 2131 hours, Officers responded to the area of Broussard St. and Perkins Rd. relative to an anonymous complaint of a male walking in the roadway. Upon Officers’ arrival, there was no one walking in the roadway.
  • On 6/3/20 at 0557 hours, Officers responded to the 2100 block of Terrace Ave. relative to a sexual assault. This case is under investigation and no further details can be released due to the nature of the case.
  • On 6/8/20 at 1000 hours, the resident at in the 1100 block of Drehr St. called the telephone reporting unit to report that an unknown male suspect stole packages from their front porch on 6/7/20. The resident advised they were unable to get a good description of the suspect from their surveillance cameras, but they could tell that he left riding a bicycle.
  • On 6/11/20 at 1359 hours, a resident went to 3rd District to report that an unknown caller repeatedly calls their phone regarding their child. The resident advised the person calls from an unknown number and tells them about their children.
  • On 6/19/20 at 2048 hours, Officers responded to a home in the 900 block of Park Blvd. relative to a fallen tree in the roadway. The tree damaged a home.
  • On 6/24/20 at 2156 hours, Officers responded to a call from the 2100 block of Tulip Street relative to an anonymous complaint of shots fired in the area. Officers patrolled the area and did not hear gunfire or find any evidence of gunfire in the area. Individuals in the area reported they had not heard any gunshots.
  • On 6/27/20 at 2328 hours, Officers responded to a call from the 2300 block of Tulip Street relative to an anonymous complaint of shots fired in the area. Officers patrolled the area and did not hear gunfire or find any evidence of gunfire in the area.

July Calls

  • On 7/2/20 at 2259 hours, Officers responded to the 2000 block of Tulip Street relative to an anonymous shots-fired complaint. Officers advised there were fireworks in the area and the sound was likely mistaken as gun shots. Officers did not locate anyone in the area needing Police assistance.
  • On 7/3/20 at 0447 hours, Officers responded to the 800 block of Camellia Ave. relative to an unresponsive subject. The subject was deceased and homicide detectives were contacted. The report has been blocked from viewing so no further information is available.
  • On 7/3/20 at 0905 hours, Officers responded to 1800 Camellia Ave. relative to a traffic complaint. Residents in the area advised a large trash dumpster was in the middle of the road in the alley. Officers contacted the company listed on the dumpster and they later arrived to move it.
  • On 7/6/20 at 1032 hours, Officers responded to the area of Drehr Ave. and Cherokee Ave. relative to a stranded motorist. There was flash flooding in the area at the time and the vehicle was immobilized due to flooding. Officers pushed the vehicle out of the road to a safer area.
  • On 7/6/20 at 1108 hours, Officers responded to the area of Cherokee Ave. and Park Bl. relative to complaints of flooding in the area caused a wake to damage homes when motorists drove through the high waters. Officers notified DPW to put barricades in the area to stop traffic until the water receded.
  • On 7/7/20 at 1939 hours, Officers responded to the 2000 block of Olive St. relative to a disturbance. The resident’s mother called Police to check on the resident due to the resident arguing with their spouse. The resident was transported to their mother’s home per their request until things between them and their spouse calmed down.
  • On 7/7/20 at 2200 hours, Officers responded to an anonymous complaint of a suspicious person near the 2000 block of Kleinert Ave. The complainant stated a white female was walking barefoot in the road and appeared to be having trouble maintaining her balance. Officers patrolled the area for the female but were unable to locate her.
  • On 7/8/20 at 0738 hours, the resident called the telephone reporting unit to report a vehicle burglary in the 3000 block of Kleinert Ave. The resident reported their vehicle was burglarized overnight. The vehicle was left unlocked and money was stolen from it.
  • On 7/8/20 at 1023 hours, a resident in the 2100 block of Olive St. reported two of their garbage cans were missing to the telephone reporting unit.
  • On 7/10/20 at 0721 hours, Officers responded to a disturbance in the 900 block of Park Bl. The resident advised a subject was in the area panhandling but left prior to Police arrival.
  • On 7/12/20 at 1138 hours, Officers responded to the 2000 block of Myrtle Ave. relative to a disturbance. Two family members were having an argument.
  • On 7/15/20 at 1736 hours, the complainant called the telephone reporting unit to report a disturbance that had already occurred in the 800 block of Camellia Ave. The complainant stated they went to feed the cats for a family member, and got into an argument with another family member. The complainant only wanted to report this incident for documentation purposes.
  • On 7/21/20 at 0750 hours, the resident of the 2200 block of Myrtle Ave. reported to the telephone reporting unit that someone had stolen all of their patio furniture. A black male, tall, skinny, and bald, who was wearing a white t shirt and mask was seen committing the crime via video surveillance at 0500 hours on this date. This case is pending investigation.
  • On 7/23/20 at 1016 hours, Officers responded to the 2000 block of Cherokee Ave. relative to a burglary. The resident reported someone pried the lock off the shed and stole several tools from within the shed. This case is pending investigation.
  • On 7/27/20 at 1525 hours, Officers responded to the 2000 block of Olive St. relative to a vehicle burglary that occurred between 0100-0900 hours on this date. The resident left the doors unlocked and the suspect took their wallet, passport, and a set of keys that went to the home. The resident stated the suspect may have tried to enter the home, but they were unsure. The keys were left in the yard of the home. This case is pending investigation.
  • On 7/28/20 at 1131 hours, Officers responded to the 800 block of Drehr Ave. relative to black male wearing all black and a white mask was walking through the neighborhood taking pictures of houses. Officers patrolled the area and were unable to locate the male.
  • On 7/28/20 at 1209 hours, Officers responded to 500 block of Camelia St. relative to an anonymous complaint of a black male wearing a light colored jacket walking through the neighborhood making threats and gestures as if he wanted to fight people. Officers arrived on scene and were unable to locate the male.
  • On 7/28/20 at 1220 hours, Officers responded to the 2000 block of Olive St. relative to a welfare check. The complainant wanted Officers to check for someone at this location to see if they were okay. The person did not answer the door and there was no indication that anyone was at home.
  • On 7/29/20 at 0855 hours, Officers responded to the 2000 block of Olive St. relative to a disturbance. A couple were arguing at their home in another city so the male brought the female to this home per her request. While there, an altercation occurred that led neighbors to call Police. Officers contacted the male and female, and then went to contact witnesses of the altercation. As Officers were contacting witnesses, the male pulled off in his vehicle at a high rate of speed, nearly hitting other vehicles parked on the side of the street. The male wrecked his vehicle into a fence separating two properties at the corner of McGrath St. and S. Eugene St. The male fled from the vehicle and was unable to be located. The female advised the male fled because he had punched her during the altercation. The vehicle was officially stored and the male cannot retrieve it from the wrecker company without turning himself in for applicable pending charges.
  • On 7/29/20 at 1832 hours, Officers responded to the 2000 block of Cherokee Ave. relative to a suspicious incident. The complainant stated a black male wearing all black with a mask is walking up the street taking pictures of license plates and houses. The complainant was advised by Officers that the subject was not breaking any laws and for them to contact Officers if the subject came onto their property.

August Calls

  • On 8/1/20 at 0037 hours, Officers responded to a call in the 2100 block of Oleander Street relative to a vehicle burglary. The complainant was a neighborhood resident who reported they observed a white male burglarizing a vehicle at this home while walking their dog. The complainant stated they observed the suspect flee into the alley way and then called Police. The suspect was described to be approximately 5’8, with a slim build, blonde hair. The suspect was in his late 20s to mid-30s, and was wearing a tight black t-shirt with loose khaki pants. The resident advised nothing was missing from their vehicle.
  • On 8/1/20 at 0854 hours, Officers responded to the 2500 block of Olive St. relative to a disturbance. The complainant advised their landlord was trying to lock them out of their apartment without properly evicting them. Officers contacted the Landlord and explained to them that they needed to go through an eviction process in order to remove the tenant from the home.
  • On 8/2/20 at 2142 hours, Officers responded to the 2100 block of Cherokee Ave. relative to a disturbance. The complainant advised their former dating partner had come to their home in another part of town uninvited. The complainant advised the suspect had made copies of their keys and entered the home uninvited. The complainant left their home and came to their parent’s home on Cherokee Ave. to call Police. Police were unable to locate the suspect at this time. The complainant left Cherokee Ave. and called back at 0121 hours advising that the suspect returned to the complainant’s home and was peeking through the windows. Police arrived to the home in the other part of town and located the suspect hiding in the bushes. The suspect ran from the area but was apprehended and arrested for Stalking and Resisting an Officer.
  • On 8/3/20 at 1725 hours, Officers responded to the 2300 block of Tulip Street relative to a suspicious incident. The complainant advised that an unknown person in a maroon vehicle was photographing their neighbor’s home. Police arrived and the complainant would not come to the door. Police contacted the homeowner of the home that was being photographed and learned they had food delivered and the driver was driving a maroon vehicle.
  • On 8/7/20 at 0833 hours, Officers responded to the 2300 block of Tulip Street relative to a burglary. The resident advised someone broke into their shed overnight and stole tools. This case is pending investigation.
  • On 8/9/20 at 1456 hours, the resident of the 2000 block of Wisteria Dr. called 2nd District to report someone dumping trash in the alley. The resident advised they located hypodermic needles in the trash. The resident later brought the needles to 2nd District to safely dispose of them.
  • On 8/9/20 at 1614 hours, an anonymous complainant reported a male subject overdosing in a camper in the 2600 block of Oleander St. BRFD and EMS rendered aid to the male and transported him to the hospital.
  • On 8/10/20 at 0658 hours, Officers responded to an anonymous complaint of a vehicle traveling on Oleander Street near Park Street. Officers patrolled the area and were unable to locate the vehicle or any loud music.
  • On 8/10/20 at 2100 hours, Officers responded to the 3100 block of Kleinert Ave. relative to an anonymous complaint of a loud party at the residence. Officers advised they observed no signs of a party or loud noises coming from this location.
  • On 8/12/20 at 0245 hours, Officers responded to an anonymous complaint of shots fired near Oleander and Camellia Ave. Officers advised they patrolled the area and did not observe anyone needing assistance or any signs of a shooting in the area.
  • On 8/12/20 at 1620 hours, the complainant called the telephone reporting unit to report their parent’s identity had been stolen. The complainant stated their elderly parent’s SSN was used to open a Cox cable account, and the account now has an outstanding balance of $734. Another account for Charter Communications was opened in Texas and that account balance is now $261. This case is pending investigation by Detectives.
  • On 8/14/20 at 2010 hours, the resident in the 2300 block of Myrtle Ave. reported their vehicle had just been stolen. The resident advised they had been having an issue with their key fob, but the vehicle was supposed to be locked. Moments later, the vehicle was located on W. Johnson St. Two arrests were made, and the vehicle was returned to the resident.
  • On 8/25/20 at 0922 hours, the resident of the 1900 block of Tulip Street called the telephone reporting unit to report a burglary. The resident advised their vehicle was burglarized overnight and their wallet was taken.
  • On 8/26/20 at 2252 hours, Officers responded to the 2500 block of Olive Street relative to a burglary in progress. Officers responded and contacted the complainant/resident inside of the home. Officers observed a shotgun next to a glass bong used to smoke methamphetamine while speaking with the complainant. The complainant was apparently under the influence of narcotics when making the complaint of the burglary. Officers located a large amount of crystal methamphetamine and three other different legend drugs that the complainant did not have a prescription for. The complainant was arrested for several drug charges as well as for possessing the firearm as a convicted felon and for possessing the firearm in the presence of controlled dangerous substances.
  • On 8/31/20 at 1320 hours, Officers responded to the 600 block of Camellia St. relative to the theft of a 4-wheeler. The resident advised a juvenile black male, wearing a gray and blue hoodie, broke the lock on their alley gate, entered their fenced in yard and pushed their 4-wheeler. The resident advised the 4-wheeler was taken at approximately 1240 hours. The resident spotted it on Government St. shortly after it was taken. At that time, the 4-wheeler was being operated by a black male with a flat-top haircut, who was wearing a tank-top and shorts. The male fled the area at a high rate of speed when the resident followed him on Government St. The resident continued driving around the area and later saw it at North St. and N. 30th but lost sight of it again. The resident then reported it to Police, who helped the resident continue to look for it. However, the resident and Police were unable to locate it. The resident believes the suspect lives in the area of Spain St. or 18th St. This case is pending further investigation.
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September 2019 Security Update

  • 9/1/19 at 0217 hours, Officers responded to an alarm on Tulip Street. Upon arrival, they determined the alarm was triggered by a burglar. Officers cleared the home and noticed it appeared as if a television was missing from a bracket on the wall. Officers contacted the homeowner who was out of town. The homeowner advised they observed the suspect enter and exit through the rear of the residence, leaving with the television.
  • 9/3/19 at 1009 hours, Officers responded to Camellia Ave relative to a suspicious incident. The caller advised a suspicious black male was riding a bicycle in the area. Officers patrolled but were unable to locate the male subject.
  • 9/7/19 at 1235 hours, Officers responded to Myrtle Ave. relative to a heavyset black male riding a bicycle in the area. The caller advised the male was looking into the window of a home under renovation. Officers patrolled the area but were unable to locate the male subject.
  • 9/15/19 at 1446 hours, the resident on Park Bl. reported a burglary of their home. The resident advised as they approached their home, they observed a black male, wearing no shirt, standing on their front porch. The male had removed two chairs and a bag of candy from inside of the home. The resident advised Officers they argued with the male over the chairs and candy. The male left the chairs on the porch and left with the candy. The resident then called Police, and Police were unable to locate the male suspect upon arriving.
  • 9/15/19 at 1940 hours, Officers responded to Park Bl. relative to a loud music complaint. The resident at 1130 Park Bl. complained that the resident at 1207 Dare St. plays their guitar too loudly. Officers contacted the resident on Dare St., and advised them to keep the noise at a minimal level.
  • 9/17/19 at 1916 hours, Officers responded to Park Bl. relative to an incoherent black male lying on the ground. The male was transported to the hospital via EMS.
  • 9/18/19 at 1113 hours, Officers responded to a burglary at Oleander Street. A neighbor reported hearing the alarm activate, and then seeing a black male in his 20’s wearing black sweat pants with a flat top haircut. The neighbor advised the male was walking in the alley way by Cherokee Street and then turned east onto Oleander Street. The homeowner arrived and advised it didn’t appear the suspect made entry into the home, although a window pane was broken on the back door, and the air conditioning unit had been removed from a rear window. Officers were unable to locate the male suspect in the area.
  • 9/24/19 at 0920 hours, the resident on Oleander Street called 2nd District to report a theft. The resident advised several items were stolen from their porch. On 9/27/19, the resident determined the identity of the suspect from a neighbor. Officers located the suspect and arrested him. The resident was able to retrieve their stolen items.
  • 9/24/19 at 1115 hours, a visitor on Park Bl. reported a vehicle burglary that occurred between 1000-1110 hours. A note was left on the visitor’s vehicle by a neighbor informing the visitor that the neighbor saw someone open the door and take something. The visitor reported a book bag missing. The book bag was located at 1529 hours on the same date in the alley way of Olive Street. It was returned to the visitor/owner.
  • 9/25/19 at 1309 hours, the resident on Park Bl. reported a burglary. The unknown suspect had shattered the front window to gain entry, but did not take anything from the residence. The resident had been out of town, so the exact time the burglary occurred is unknown.
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Claire PittmanSeptember 2019 Security Update