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Tuesday, 13 July 2010

On June 26 a report was received of the theft of jewelry from a residence on Wilderness Road.


On July 4 a report was received the theft of cash, jewelry, and grocery items from a location on Nevels Grocery Road.


On July 6 a report was received of a burglary to a residence on Tunnel Ridge Road. Perpetrator(s) gained entry to the residence by breaking out glass on the back door. The burglary occurred on the 6th between 13:50 and 17:30. Taken was a 32 inch Dysnex LCD TV.


On July 6 a report was received of a burglary to a residence on KY 1470 East. Perpetrator(s) entered through a kitchen window. The theft occurred between 16:30 and 19:00 on the 6th. Taken were a 22 caliber Smith and Wesson kit handgun, a 26 inch LCD TV with built in DVD player, and miscellaneous jewelry.


On July 6 a report was received of vandalism and theft at a substation on Pine Tree Road. Perpetrator(s) gained entry into the substation by cutting the chain link fence. Taken were copper fence grounds and structure grounds approximately 8' in length.


On July 6 a report was received of the theft of a firearm from a residence on Hogue Road. There was no forced entry to the residence. Taken was a DPMS brand AR15, serial F139284. The weapon was entered into the NCIC system.


On July 8 a report was received of vandalism and theft at a substation on Beulah Heights Road. Taken were fence and structure grounds.


On July 8 a report was received of a burglary to a residence on East Williamsburg Street. There were no signs of forced entry. Taken were an Emerson VCR, model 3001, serial 10230722947, and a Symphonic DVD player, model WF 104, serial J35428549A. The items were entered into the NCIC system.


On July 10 a report was received of a vehicle wrecked in a yard on Southern Highway. The driver approached the resident to ask for assistance. The resident suggested that he call 911, at which time he left on foot. When an officer arrived on scene, he was met by the owner of the vehicle who stated that the vehicle had been taken from his driveway without his consent. The vehicle was damaged in the wreck. The vehicle was turned over to the owner.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 13 July 2010 )
 
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