Mansfield Police Report

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November 29

N. U.S. 287, 1600 block: A double-edged switchblade was seized from an individual at a hotel.

December 2

E. Broad Street, 1700 block: Two units of Depo-testosterone were stolen from a medical clinic, totaling $147.14 in loss.

W. Broad Street, 700 block: Three individuals were arrested for criminal trespass.

Sallys Way, 9400 block: An individual was arrested for theft of an automobile.

December 3

E. Broad Street, 2500 block: An individual was arrested for driving too closely to another vehicle, resulting in $261.90 in fines.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for aggravated sexual assault of a child.

E. Broad Street, 3300 block: The windows of a black 2005 Honda Accord were damaged by a burglar in a parking lot, and an HP laptop and a backpack were stolen, totaling $530 in loss.

S. U.S. 287, 100 block: A pair of white sleep pants and a sterling silver girls’ necklace were stolen from a retail store, totaling $65 in loss.

Cedar Street, 200 block: A Nexus computer tablet was stolen from a single-family residence, totaling $292.26 in loss.

S. U.S. 287, 100 block: An individual was arrested for theft of property.

N. U.S. 287, 1500 block: Seven North Face jackets were stolen from a store, totaling $1,400 in loss.

Elizabeth Lane, 500 block: A gold 2005 Chevy Impala was vandalized in an incident involving criminal mischief, totaling $1,000 in loss.

December 4

Alvarado Street, 400 block: The door handle of a red 2005 Ford F-250 was damaged in an incident involving criminal mischief at a single-family residence, totaling $200 in loss.

Stone Creek Drive, 1300 block: The grass front yard at a single-family residence was damaged in an incident involving criminal mischief, totaling $100 in loss.

N. Texas 360, 1200 block: A burglar entered a silver 2006 Chevy Impala and a white 2011 Toyota Avalon parked at a church, and an Apple iPad and an Apple iPhone 3 were stolen, totaling $1,500 in loss.

Shannon Creek Drive, 900 block: An individual was arrested for possession of marijuana in a drug-free zone.

Fairfax Drive, 1800 block: A burglar entered a white 2001 Ford Expedition parked at a single-family residence, and collector’s coins, a fleece jacket and cash were stolen, totaling $160 in loss.

Clayton Drive, 1800 block: A white 1996 Chevy 1500 was burglarized while parked at a single-family residence, and a backpack, an iPad, an iPad case and currency were stolen, totaling $685 in loss.

Hollyberry Drive, 500 block: An incident involving strong-arm robbery was reported.

Clayton Drive, 1800 block: A black 1007 Dodge Ram 1500 was burglarized while parked at a single-family residence, a backpack worth $10 was stolen and recovered, and a purse, a Vera Bradley wallet, a Social Security card, a college ID card, insurance cards, a check book, gift cards and cash were stolen, totaling $292 in loss.

December 5

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: An individual was arrested for speeding in a school zone.

Walnut Creek Drive, 900 block: A DVD, two XBox 360 games, a portable playpen and a washable baby play yard worth $234.84 were stolen from a retail store and recovered, and an individual was arrested for theft of property.

Walnut Creek Drive, 900 block: A Gateway laptop worth $268 was stolen and recovered from a retail store.

Matlock Road, 3000 block: Three individuals were involved in an incident involving possession of drug paraphernalia.

December 6

Walnut Hills Lane, 1900 block: An individual was arrested for failure to attend school.

McCampbell Road, 1100 block: An individual was arrested for theft of an automobile.

December 7

S. 2nd Avenue, 40 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

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