Bee Hive resident reports missing check

June 20, 2012 • Police Blotter

Police were dispatched to 3100 Delta Loop, Monday, where a resident of Bee Hive Assisted Living reported that an employee took two checks to deposit in the bank [auth] and only one check showed up in her account.


•Police were called to the parking lot at Walmart, 4500 N. Main St., Tuesday, after a subject or subjects gained entry to a vehicle between 11:50 p.m and 12:30 a.m., through a side door and took a Cobra radar detector and an amplifier.

•Police were dispatched to two separate locations on Jemez Court, Monday, to take two reports of vehicle burglary. In one, an ESD 9290 radar detector, valued at $300, was removed from the vehicle. In the second, the owner stated a radar detector and DVD case with DVDs were stolen. The items were valued at $1,120,

•Police were called to the 2400 block of South Baylor Avenue, Monday, where someone gained access to a vehicle and removed a JVC stereo, a Sony X-plode and a Pioneer speaker box. The items were valued at $400; the damages to the dash were estimated at $50.

Criminal damage

Police were sent to the 2900 block of Mission Arch Drive, Monday, after a vehicle owner discovered his tires had been slashed over the weekend.


•Police received a report, Monday, of a water fountain, worth $150, stolen from a yard in the 3300 block of Highland Road.

•Police took a report, Monday, of an LG Marquee Android, valued at $300, stolen from woman at Walmart, 4500 N. Main St. She said she received a request for money to have it returned. She had it locked by the service provider so the person could not use it.

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