Police were called to Superior Ambulance Service, 108 W. Deming St., Monday, after subjects gained entry into a locked vehicle that an employee had left in the parking lot.The victim reported a HP laptop computer, valued at $700, and a lab kit, worth $50, were stolen.
•Police were sent to the 700 block of West College Boulevard, Sunday, where a Clarion DVD player/stereo ($599), a Rockford Foxgate 15-inch woofer ($179) and a Pioneer amplifier had been removed from a vehicle. The value of m issing items is estimated at $929.
Police received a call about a suspicious activity near the Ice House, 1101 N. Virginia Avenue, Sunday. The person reporting the incident stated that he saw a person getting picked up by someone in a car. Officers investigated and discovered a bag with cut copper pipe, cut copper tubing, a copper stake, gloves, a pair of pliers and bolt cutters.
Police were dispatched to the 900 block of West Hendricks Street, Sunday, following a report of shots fired around 1 a.m. The investigation revealed the bullets had travelled through both front windows of a vehicle and stuck in the side of the residence. Damage to vehicle and house was estimated at $550.
Police were called to the Elks Lodge Pool, 404 E. Poe St., Saturday, when a witness saw a man leaving the facility “with something in his hands.” Officers talked to a member of the Elks who said the pool was not open to the public. Officials stopped a man, with a crowbar in his pants and a skateboard in his hands. He admitted that he had gone there to do some skateboarding and had carried the crowbar in case he needed to break-in. The 35-year-old was arrested on outstanding warrants and is now facing additional charges of criminal trespass.
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.