Police Blotter

April 14, 2011 • Police Blotter

False imprisonment reported on city bus

•Police were called [auth] to the 1000 block of East College Boulevard, Tuesday, with a complaint of false imprisonment. The incident took place in the 1400 block of North Kentucky Avenue. The disabled woman reported that a Pecos Trail bus driver pulled over, locked the doors and wouldn’t let her leave. The victim informed the driver that she had an appointment. The driver responded that she “didn’t count.” The victim managed to get out of the vehicle and called Pecos Trail. An employee picked her up and took her to her appointment.


•Police were called to the 100 block of North Main Street, Tuesday, following a vehicle burglary. The victim received a call telling her that her car door was open. She said she had left it locked. A necklace, a watch, some checks and prescription medication were removed from the vehicle. The missing items were valued at $310.

•Three buildings belonging to the city of Roswell were broken into Monday. Two of the buildings are located on Southwest Way. The third is located on Earl Cummings Loop. A city employee stated he could not find anything missing in two of the three buildings. In the third, copper pipe was removed. Officers found a ladder and a saw at one of the buildings, which were taken into evidence.


•Police were dispatched to Office Max, 2755 N. Main St., Tuesday, after a subject took a 24-inch Samsung monitor, worth $300, and left the building without paying. The store manager reported the subject got into a grey Mitsubishi Gallant four-door with New Mexico plates, number LFZ216.

Anyone having information on these or any other crimes should contact Crime Stoppers, 888- 594-TIPS (8477). Callers may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward.

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