7/2/19 at 0216 hours, Officers responded to the complaint of a suspicious vehicle in the alley near the 2100 block of Wisteria. However, there was no vehicle in the alley when Officers arrived.
7/4/19 at 1714 hours, Officers responded to the 2100 block of Cherokee Street relative to a suspicious incident. The resident reported that a white male with a ponytail and purple shirt knocked on her door, then advised he was at the wrong house. Officers were unable to locate the male in the area.
7/6/149 at 1505 hours, the complainant reported an unknown person left a suspicious note on the front steps of the church at 601 Park Blvd. The note did not contain any threats, and this report was made for documentation purposes.
7/7/19 at 1847 hours, Officers responded to a suspicious incident in the 2100 block of Cherokee Street. An anonymous complainant reported 3-4 black males on bicycles pulling car door handles in the area. Officers patrolled the area and did not locate the males.
7/10/19 at 1149, a resident in the 2100 block of Tulip St. reported her neighbor kept parking on her grass, so she left a note on their car. The neighbor then left a written response. Officers contacted the resident who left the response. He apologized and moved his vehicle.
7/10/19 at 1418 hours, Officers responded to a call in the 2100 block of Tulip. The resident advised her ex-husband’s son’s friend hit her in the back of the head several times when she told him he had to leave her home. Note** the suspect in this case was the same male that left the note on the resident’s vehicle in the call on 7/10/49 at 1149 hours.
7/11/19 at 1226 hours, Officers responded to an emotionally disturbed person in the 2100 block of Kleinert Ave. The complainant reported her nephew lives at this address, and he had called her stating he was hearing voices. EMS transported the nephew to the hospital prior to Officers’ arrival.
7/11/19 at 2013 hours, Officers responded to a suspicious incident where the front door was left opened in the 2200 block of Kleinert Ave. Upon arrival, Officers cleared the residence and no one was inside. Officers were unable to contact the homeowners, and secured the door.
7/14/19 at 1821 hours, Officers responded to the 2100 block of Kleinert Ave. relative to an overdose. The resident was overdosing, possibly on heroin. He was transported to the hospital.
7/20/19 at 0208 hours, a Taxi Cab driver reported a theft in the 2200 block of Kleinert Ave. The driver reported the resident at this address owed money for his fare, and did not pay. The resident did not have the money, and could not locate anyone to borrow the money from. The Taxi driver wished to have the resident banned from using their services.
7/23/19 at 1330 hours a resident in the 900 block of Camelia Ave. called to report harassment by her neighbor over a situation regarding abuse/neglect to the neighbor’s dog. The complainant stated she has been calling Animal Control for a while regarding their neighbors abusing and neglecting their dogs. The complainant advised she saw a post on Nextdoor where the dogs were loose, and she commented on the post. Since then, the neighbors have been harassing the complainant and sending derogatory messages. The complainant did not want to pursue charges, but wanted Officers to contact the neighbor to diffuse the harassment. Officers contacted the neighbor who complained that the complainant took the dog, refused to give it back, and started harassing them first. The neighbor advised they were seeking legal advice and would no longer contact the complainant since the dog has been returned.
7/30/19 at 0830 hours, a resident in the 1200 block of Park Blvd. reported a firearm had been stolen during a vehicle burglary that occurred overnight. There was no forced entry to the vehicle, so it is likely that it was left unlocked.
7/30/19 at 1257 hours, a resident in the 1200 block of Park Blvd. reported a residential burglary that occurred between 4/20/19 and 7/30/19. The door was kicked off of the frame and several electronics were stolen.
7/30/19 at 1450 hours, a resident in the 1200 block of Park Blvd. reported a vehicle burglary that occurred overnight due to the vehicle being unlocked. A wallet, debit card, and tablet were stolen from the vehicle.
ALL BURGLARIES ARE PENDING INVESTIGATION
7/31/19 at 1227 hours, an anonymous complainant reported a purse and clothing in the area that appeared to have been dumped. Officers arrived and were unable to locate the items.