Police Blotter

April 16, 2011 • Police Blotter

•Police were called [auth] to Kmart, 1705 S. Main St., Thursday, after two male subjects threatened the loss prevention officer with a gun. The victim said he was in the parking lot observing a group of male subjects. He went to his vehicle to retrieve something and when he looked up, he discovered a van had pulled up behind his vehicle. One of the subjects asked if he had found anything good “like this” and pointed a gun at him.


•Police were dispatched to the 100 block of East Summit Street, Thursday, where two woman got into a physical fight over a parking space. A third person tried to get between the two subjects and was punched in the face.


•Police were called to the 1600 block of South Michigan Avenue, Thursday, for a combined vehicle-residential burglary. Subjects removed an Alpine digital player, a JL audio subwoofer, an Easter audio subwoofer and a pair of Oakley sunglasses from the vehicle. They then broke the rear sliding door into the residence and removed a Remington 270 pump action shotgun, a Rock River with bull barrel AR, a Mossberg Maverick 1200 gauge, a Gamo Whisper pellet gun, a 55-inch Samsung TV, an Xbox 360, a Marantz center channel speaker and a Gateway laptop computer. Total value of stolen items is estimated at $8,300, with damages estimated at $450.

•Police were dispatched to Broken Arrow Road, Thursday, after subjects removed a Miller Blue Star Welder, worth $1,620.42, from a vehicle.

•Police were dispatched to the 300 block of South Beech Avenue, Wednesday, where a subject broke a window to gain entry into a residence and removed a 30-inch flat screen Emerson TV, an Xbox 360 with two controllers, 35 games and a cup containing coins. The value of missing items is estimated at $1,080.


•Police were called to the 2000 block of North Louisiana Avenue, Wednesday, after someone siphoned gas from a parked truck. The victim stated that he had a full tank of gas when he parked the previous night. When he returned to his vehicle half the gas, valued at $50, was gone. Examination revealed the screws had been removed from the filler neck to his vehicle. Cost of repairs is estimated at $100.

•Police were dispatched to Billy Mitchell Place, Wednesday. The victim reported she heard a loud noise and saw a male subject riding off on her son’s bicycle, worth $150. He was followed by a second male subject on foot.

Shots fired

•Police were called to the 900 block of West 13th Street, Thursday. The victim was awakened during the night by “a noise like the sound of a vase breaking.” The individual looked outside and saw nothing. The following morning, he discovered four spent shell casings outside the residence.

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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