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February 2019 Security Update

  • 2/1/19 at 2145 hours a resident at Camellia Ave reported the theft of a firearm. The resident advised they have a caretaker that allows her boyfriend to come over while she is on shift. The caretaker’s boyfriend has caused problems at the home recently, and as of today, the firearm is missing. It is unknown who took the firearm exactly, but the only people in the home were the caretaker and her boyfriend.
  • 2/2/19 at 1518 hours the complainant asked Officers to conduct a welfare check on a 12 year old child at Camellia Ave. Officers arrived and were unable to contact anyone at the home.
  • 2/3/19 at 0031 hours an anonymous complainant advised Officers of loud music coming from Tulip Street. Officers arrived and did not hear any loud music in the area. Officers were unable to contact anyone at the given address.
  • 2/6/19 at 1943 hours a resident at Park Bl. called Officers to complain of a neighbor’s dog barking in the apartment above hers. Officers attempted to contact the resident with the dog, but nobody answered the door.
  • 2/9/19 at 1531 hours, the complainant asked Officers to conduct a welfare check on his ex-wife at Camellia Ave. Upon arrival, Officers spoke with the ex-wife and learned the complainant has been stalking her. The complainant was just released from jail for stalking charges. The complainant was unable to be contacted initially, but later arrived at the Camellia address. The complainant was then advised by Officers to leave his ex-wife alone and not to return.
  • 2/10/19 at 2146 hours, Officers responded to the complaint of dogs barking at Park Bl. The complainant advised the dogs had been barking for 8 hours today nonstop. Officers attempted to reach the owner of the dogs, but were unsuccessful. Officers advised the complainant to call animal control.
  • 2/12/19 at 2220 hours, Officers responded to a disturbance at Kleinert Ave. The resident advised someone had been calling her back-to-back, over 30 times, from an unknown number. The resident could not block the calls, and when she spoke to the person, she could not understand what they were saying. Officers were unable to trace the call because the caller was blocking their number.
  • 2/12/19 at 2313 hours, Officers responded to the block of Tulip Street relative to an anonymous complaint of loud yelling in the area. Upon arrival, Officers did not locate anyone yelling or any loud noises in the area.
  • 2/13/19 at 2038 hours a resident at Camellia Ave. reported a burglary. The resident advised he is moving out of the home and things stored in the garage that he intended to move. The resident admitted to recently hiring a “shady” guy recently to help with the move, and that the guy knew items were in the garage. The garage also did not properly close, and the guy knew that as well. The resident reported numerous items valued at over $1,000 were missing. The resident also advised that all items were missing within the last three days, and did not come up missing at one time.
  • 2/17/19 at 0530 hours, I, Off. Stafford, was flagged down by a resident walking his dog who advised someone was passed out in the front yard of Wisteria Street. I contacted this person and observed she was heavily intoxicated. This individual refused EMS assistance and behaved in a disorderly manner once she woke up. This individual also refused assistance to leave the Garden District area, stating she was at home, when in fact she lived in Denham Springs. I transported the female to 1st District where I issued a Summons for Disturbing the Peace by Public Intoxication and called a ride for the female.
  • 2/18/19 at 2117 hours a resident at Myrtle Ave advised of a suspicious incident. Officers reported the resident stated a black male walked to their door but did not ring the doorbell. The male left the resident after a few minutes in a newer model white SUV with a luggage rack on top of it. The male was said to be African American, in his fifties, wearing a hat that stated “news boy,” and a gray plaid jacket.

 

John WilliamsFebruary 2019 Security Update
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