- Criminal Mischief, October 16-17, 2017, 600 block Wyncroft Lane (LT) – Unknown person/s damaged the rear windshield wiper assembly to a vehicle as it sat parked overnight. Total loss: $250.00.
- Theft From Motor Vehicle, October 16-17, 2017, 600 block Wyncroft Lane (LT) – Unknown person/s entered a vehicle as it sat parked overnight and stole a purse and contents. It is unknown if the vehicle was locked or not. Total loss: $44.50.
- Theft From Motor Vehicle, October 16-17, 2017 700 block Wyncroft Terrace (LT) – Unknown person/s entered a vehicle as it sat parked overnight and stole a flashlight, a knife, and assorted change. Total loss: $75.00.
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October 13, 2017:
- Access Device Fraud, 4:00-11:59 p.m., Friday, October 6, 2017, 100 block Turnbridge Drive (LT) – A citizen’s debit card was stolen and then used fraudulently. Total loss: $1,091.50.
October 15, 2017:
- Criminal Mischief, 4:15 p.m., Saturday, October 14, 2017, 600 block Wyncroft Lane (LT) – Unknown person/s threw a pumpkin at a window causing it to break. Total loss: $100.00.
- Theft From Motor Vehicle, September 8-16, 2017, Willis Lane (LT) – Unknown person/s entered an unlocked vehicle as it sat parked and stole $10 in cash, $80 in jewelry, and two firearms. Total loss: $641.00.
October 16, 2017:
- Theft From Motor Vehicle, October 14-15, 2017, Michelle Drive (LT) – An unlocked vehicle was entered as it sat parked overnight and a Sirius/XM satellite radio was stolen. Total loss: $35.00.
Planned Leaf pickup for Monday October 16th 2017
Begin Route #4(River Drive to N. President North of Marietta to Newton)
Tuesday – Signed Streets West and East Side
Wednesday – Signed Streets West and East Side
Thursday Finish Route 4 if necessary and begin Route 1
Friday Finish Route 1 Begin Route 5
Reminder – ONLY LEAVES WILL BE PICKED UP – grass clippings and branches clog and can damage the machinery. If your leaf pile contains grass clippings from your mower and branches WE WILL NOT PICK IT UP. Thanks for your cooperation.
- Theft From Motor Vehicle, 6:39 p.m., Tuesday, October 10, 2017, 1000 block East Orange Street (LT) – An unknown black male was seen entering an unlocked vehicle which sat parked at this location. The male stole a clarinet, GPS unit, and the vehicle’s owner’s manual. The items were later discarded a short distance away and returned to the victim. Total loss: $610.00.
- Theft By Deception, September 20-October 3, 2017, 200 block Perthshire Drive (LT) – A resident of this location fell victim for a scam after talking to an unknown person they met on match.com. The victim sent $19,045.22 in cash and two (2) cell phones valued at $1,519.00. The victim was told the person needed the money for the building of a business and was promised to be repaid. The transactions were sent to the countries of Turkey and South Africa.
- Retail Theft, 11:13 a.m., Tuesday, October 10, 2017, 1360 Columbia Avenue – Giant (LT) – An unknown Hispanic male left the store with a shopping cart full of shrimp valued at $265.94. Store employees attempted to stop the male and he fled without the merchandise. Investigation continues.
- Hit & Run Crash, 3:20 p.m., Wednesday, October 11, 2017, Columbia Avenue at Abbeyville Road (LT) – A black Nissan Versa struck another vehicle and fled the scene. No injuries reported. Investigation continues.
- Theft, October 10-11, 2017, 1300 block Belle Valley Road (LT) – Unknown person/s stole a wind chime and small water fountain from the front yard of a residence. Total loss: $40.00.
- For signed streets, it begins October 17; ends week of December 6 (weather permitting). There will be NO WARNING NOTICES; parking tickets will be issued.
- If you reside on a street with signed parking restrictions (the first & third Tuesdays and Wednesdays of the month), please abide by the schedule as it appears on that sign to avoid a parking ticket. The no-parking regulation allows a more complete leaf pickup and provides safety for the crew members. The police will enforce street signs that prohibit parking on certain days.