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.
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).
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.