Mansfield Police Report

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September 3

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: Seventeen purses, a small lamp, light bulbs, five bug lights, an XBox controller, a package of socks, two packages of underwear, a PS3 Bluetooth headset, a Microsoft wireless headset, Energizer batteries, a baby camera/monitor system, five sets of curtain panels, a package of disposable gloves, five necklaces, nine rings, a bracelet, two plastic boxes, two oil jugs, 10 cleaning brushes, eight carpet cleaner products, two Scotchguard fabric protectors, five curtain rods, two bottles of Clorox cleaning product, a suitcase, a Hoover stick vacuum, an LED spotlight, a package of washcloths, a wireless door chime, a Sony PlayStation charger, a computer mouse, a pair of Sketchers shoes, a package of forks and spoons, a cabinet in a box, an XBox chat pad with a headset, three pairs of woman’s shorts, five woman’s shirts, two purple towels, two packages of fabric softener, 10 perfumes, a blue plastic box, a toilet brush and three packages of Tide laundry detergent pods were seized; two purses, six bras, six pairs of underwear, two shirts, a basket, two cosmetic bags, two fragrances, and 10 perfumes worth $938.08 were stolen and recovered, a vehicle was impounded, and an individual was arrested at a retail store for theft of property less than $1,500 with two or more previous convictions.

September 4

N. U.S. 287, 1600 block: The passenger window of a Chevy 1500 was vandalized in an incident involving criminal mischief at a hotel, totaling $400 in loss.

September 5

Bergen Lane, 1300 block: An individual was arrested for assault impeding breathing or circulation.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for theft of property.

N. U.S. 287, 1900 block: An individual was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and a second individual was arrested for failure to identify a fugitive or intent to give false information.

Matlock Road, 3000 block: A gray 2010 Honda Accord parked at a store was damaged by another vehicle whose driver did not stop, totaling $900 in loss.

Hillcrest Street, 400 block: An individual was arrested for aggravated assault with a firearm.

Sentry Drive, 200 block: A fence was damaged at a business in an incident of criminal mischief, the windows and door lock of a white 2013 Ford E250 van were damaged by a burglar, and several cordless drills, three electric saws, an air compressor, six batteries, and two nail guns were stolen, totaling $2,260 in loss.

E. Broad Street, 3100 block: A black Under Armour backpack was found abandoned in the roadway and was picked up by police for safekeeping.

September 6

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for burglary of a building.

Callender Road, 2400 block: A white Samsung Galaxy II cell phone was stolen from a business, totaling $125 in loss.

Miriam, 2100 block: An individual was arrested for parole violation.

E Broad Street, 2700 block: An incident involving assault causing bodily injury was reported.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: Three T-shirts, two pairs of pants, a pair of jeans, two cardigans, a blouse, a tunic, three pairs of shorts, a pair of slippers, two dresses and two 12-packs of Dr Pepper worth $344 were stolen from a retail store and recovered and two individuals were arrested for theft of property.

Monticello Drive, 100 block: An incident involving fraudulent use or possession of identifying information was reported at a bank.

E. Broad Street, 900 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: A pocket motorcycle reported stolen in Dallas was identified at a convenience store and held for identification.

September 7

Walnut Creek Drive, 700 block: An individual was arrested for aggravated assault against a public servant with a dangerous weapon.

S. Willow Street, 400 block: Two individuals were arrested for possession of marijuana, 2.430 grams of marijuana blunts and 11.980 grams of marijuana were seized, and a vehicle was impounded.

FM 157, 1700 block: A minor was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

E. Debbie Lane, 1500 block: Two wooden locker doors at a fitness center were damaged, and currency and a wedding ring were stolen from one locker, totaling $2,015 in loss, and a black and red Apple iPhone 5 cell phone and currency were stolen from another locker, totaling $1,650 in loss.

N. Holland Road, 900 block: The side window of a white 2007 GMC Yukon was damaged in an incident involving criminal mischief at a city park.

E. Broad Street, 1900 block: An individual was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, Hydrocodone tablets and forged prescription papers were seized, and a vehicle was impounded.

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: A pink wallet containing a Texas driver’s license, a Social Security card, an AARP card, a Costco card, a Sam’s Club card and two bank cards was stolen at a store in an incident involving credit card or debit card abuse.

Turner Warnell Road, 400 block: A thief climbed a back wall at a single-family residence, and a gray man’s bike and a purple woman’s bike were stolen, totaling $510 in loss.

Tyler Terrace, 1600 block: A gray 2005 Ford Escape was recklessly damaged, totaling $3,000 in loss, and a JVC car stereo worth $400 was stolen and recovered.

E. Broad Street, 2900 block: An individual was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: An incident involving the possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication with alcohol was reported at a theater, prescription medications were seized and an individual was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.

September 8

North Street, 600 block: An individual was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

FM 157, 1500 block: The bumper of a white 2002 Honda Civic was damaged while it was parked at a specialty store by a vehicle that did not stay at the scene, totaling $800 in loss.

Main Street, 1300 block: An individual was arrested for driving with an invalid license.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: Pajama pants, a slice of cake, a reusable shopping bag, a Nerf toy accessory, a three-pack of dry erase markers, two Tech4kids snacks, a pair of shorts, five shirts and two pairs of pajamas worth $141.90 were stolen from a retail store and recovered and an individual was arrested for theft of property.

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: A burglar entered a restaurant through a rear door, an alarm system and a safe were damaged, and a 42-inch television, a desktop computer and a thermostat were stolen, totaling $3,875 in loss.

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: A burglar entered a retail business through the rear door and a speaker was stolen, totaling $415 in loss.

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: A burglar entered a business, a phone access box was damaged, and a desktop computer, a camera key pad and an ethernet router were stolen, totaling $1,995 in loss.

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: A burglar entered a women’s apparel store, a door lock and a safe were damaged, and 375 pairs of underwear, 91 bras, five pairs of shoes, 10 skirts, 16 shirts, 15 pairs of earrings and currency were stolen, totaling $14,519 in loss.

Heritage Parkway S., 500 block: An individual was arrested for assault by contact.

N. U.S. 287, 900 block: An individual was arrested for speeding.

Lone Star Road, 1900 block: An incident involving assault causing bodily injury was reported.

Woodcrest Lane, 4200 block: An incident involving assault by contact was reported.

Heritage Parkway S., 500 block: A bat bag, three softball bats, two softball gloves, a pair of turf cleats, a wallet, vehicle keys, a driver’s license and a gas card were stolen from an individual at a bar, totaling $980 in loss.

Turtle Cove Drive, 2000 block: An incident involving assault causing bodily injury was reported.

September 9

E. Kimball Street, 400 block: A gray 2010 Chevy Silverado was struck while parked at a single-family residence by a vehicle that did not stop, totaling $900 in loss.

FM 157, 1700 block: An individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated with an open container of alcohol, and a vehicle was impounded.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for driving with an invalid license.

Oxford Drive, 1700 block: A boy’s Redline MX20 black and gray bicycle was stolen from a single-family residence, totaling $400 in loss.

Griffin Lane, 1600 block: An incident involving possession of a controlled substance was reported and an individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury.

N. Main Street, 1000 block: A black Apple iPhone 5 was reported stolen from a business.

N. Texas 360, 300 block: A white 2009 Nissan Altima was reported stolen in an incident involving unauthorized use of a motor vehicle at a single-family residence.

N. U.S. 287, 200 block: An individual was arrested for driving while a driver’s license was invalid.

September 10

N. U.S. 287, 1900 block: An individual was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

E. Debbie Lane, 1500 block: An individual was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Breezy Oaks Drive, 1000 block: An individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury for the second or greater time within 12 months.

McKown Drive, 600 block: An incident involving criminal trespass of a habitation was reported.

Bayonne Drive, 100 block: A blue 1998 Ford Ranger and a black 2006 GMC Envoy were damaged at a single-family residence in an incident involving reckless damage or destruction, and an injured person was reported.

S. Cooper, 1900 block: An individual was arrested for theft of material.

S. 5th Avenue, 500 block: An incident involving hindering apprehension or prosecution of a known felon was reported.

S. Fifth Street, 500 block: An individual was arrested for theft of material.

FM 157, 1600 block: 1.330 grams of marijuana were seized and a vehicle was impounded at a convenience store in an incident involving possession of marijuana.

Heritage Parkway S., 500 block: A burglar damaged the windows of a black 2013 Volkswagen Passat at a city park, and an Apple Macbook Air laptop computer and a backpack were stolen, totaling $1,710 in loss.

N. Holland Road, 900 block: A burglar damaged the windows of a gray 2004 Saturn Ion at a city park, and a Dell laptop computer, a laptop bag and an ID badge were stolen.

Greenbriar Drive, 2500 block: A burglar entered an unlocked black 2008 GMC Yukon parked at a single-family residence, and a Coach purse, Coach wallet and an overnight case containing currency, a Texas driver’s license, a U.S. passport, three Visa cards, makeup, a Smashbox lipstick, Michael Kors sunglasses, perfume, two gift cards and two children’s ID cards were stolen, totaling $1,308 in loss.

Wimbledon, 1000 block: An individual was arrested for evading arrest or detention.

N. Main Street, 200 block: 1.230 grams, 1.230 grams, and 1.06 grams of marijuana, a digital scale and paraphernalia were seized into evidence, a vehicle was impounded and an individual was arrested for possession of marijuana.

Abbey Road, 3300 block: A burglar stole $10 in currency from a gray 2013 Land Rover Sport vehicle parked at a single-family residence.

September 11

Wildpointe Court, 3200 block: A black 2010 Nissan Armada was stolen from a single-family residence, totaling $25,000 in loss.

Clover Hill Road, 1400 block: Two individuals were arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

Heathcliff Drive, 3400 block: A burglar damaged the rear window of a gray 2009 Infinity parked at a single-family residence, and a briefcase, birth certificate, a wallet, credit cards, a Social Security card, a passport application and a Dell laptop computer were stolen, totaling $1,438 in loss.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for hindering apprehension or prosecution of a known felon.

Piedmont Drive, 1300 block: An individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury.

Franciscan Drive, 3000 block: An individual was arrested for the manual delivery of a controlled substance.

Matlock Road, 3400 block: An individual was arrested for delivery of marijuana.

High Point, 700 block: An individual was arrested for the unlicensed possession of a firearm by a felon.

Wedgewood Drive, 1100 block: A burglar damaged the passenger windows and car stereo of a silver and black 2005 Ford Mustang in a parking lot, and an amplifier and a Dell laptop computer were stolen, totaling $2,000 in loss.

September 12

McGarry Lane, 1700 block: An individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury.

Riviera Drive, 900 block: An individual was arrested for having an animal without required vaccination.

Springfield Street, 1000 block: A burglar unlawfully entered a single-family residence, and an Apple iPad 2 belonging to Mansfield ISD, a Playstation electronic gaming system and a semiautomatic handgun were stolen, totaling $1,700 in loss.

Oxford Drive, 1700 block: An individual was arrested for driving 56 mph in a 40 mph zone.

Kings Way Drive, 600 block: An individual was arrested for failure to display a driver’s license.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: An incident involving strong arm robbery was reported.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: An incident involving assault causing bodily injury was reported.

N. U.S. 287, 1500 block: An individual was arrested for robbery.

September 13

N. U.S. 287, 1100 block: 1.05 grams of Xanax and 50 ML of an unknown substance were seized into evidence, a vehicle in poor condition was impounded, and an individual was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication with drugs.

Albany Lane, 7700 block: An individual was arrested for possession of child pornography.

Vinewood Drive, 1300 block: An unattended green 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 was damaged by a vehicle that did not stop, totaling $1,000 in loss.

N. U.S. 287, 2400 block: A burglar in a mask forcibly entered a rental specialty store, and two right-angle electric drills, three electric saws, four gas chain saws, four 60-pound demo hammers, two 24-inch gas hedge trimmers, a sander belt, two hand-held core drills, electric drill, 2-inch water pump, 7-inch right-angle grinder, and five 14-inch gas demo saws were stolen, totaling $23,038.10 in loss.

W. Debbie Lane, 1100 block: An individual was arrested for speeding.

FM 1187, 2200 block: A burglar forcibly entered a specialty store, and three backpack leaf blowers, a hedge trimmer, four edgers and 12 chainsaw cases were stolen, totaling $3,481.12 in loss.

September 14

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 1100 block: An individual was arrested for offensive physical contact.

Matlock Road, 1000 block: An individual was arrested for not having a driver’s license.

E. Dallas Street, 1300 block: An individual was arrested for not having a valid driver’s license.

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: An individual was arrested for disregarding a stop sign.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 700 block: An incident involving forging or altering a prescription was reported and an individual was arrested.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: An incident involving the fraudulent use or possession of identifying items was reported.

E. Debbie Lane, 1600 block: A burglar entered the side window of a black 2007 BMW 530i parked at an apartment complex, and a radar scanner worth $300 was stolen and recovered.

September 15

W. Debbie Lane, 1100 block: An individual was arrested for driving 80 miles per hour in a 60 mph zone.

Country Club Drive, 2200 block: A wallet containing a driver’s license, Social Security card and currency was stolen from a medical facility, totaling $548 in loss.

S. U.S. 287, 2700 block: An individual was arrested for not having a driver’s license.

Whispering Bend Court, 100 block: The hood of a silver 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer was damaged in an incident involving criminal mischief, totaling $600 in loss.

Woodcrest Lane, 4300 block: A boy’s Diamondback bike was found abandoned at a single-family residence and was confiscated by police.

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