Mansfield Police Report

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June 19

Fern Drive, 1400 block: A white 1998 Jeep Cherokee was vandalized in an incident involving criminal mischief, totaling $250 in loss.

Matlock Road, 3200 block: A burglar unlawfully entered a single-family residence, and a passport, Hyundai Sonata key fob, Samsung Galaxy 3, and Blu-ray disk combo pack were stolen, and a pair of Interceptor boots were damaged, totaling $705 in loss.

N. Main Street, 1000 block: The catalytic converter was stolen from a white 2002 Toyota Sequoia parked on a street, totaling $2,500 in loss.

St. Joseph Drive, 3000 block: An individual was arrested for having an expired driver’s license.

Brittany Lane, 1700 block: An individual was arrested for not having a valid inspection sticker.

Atlanta Court, 100 block: An incident involving the violation of a bond or protective order was reported.

June 20

N. U.S. 287, 1400 block: The catalytic converter was stolen from a white 2010 Dodge Ram 2500 parked at a hotel, totaling $2,000 in loss.

Forest Park Circle, 2300 block: A burglar forcibly entered a single-family residence by damaging a door frame, and a Nintendo Wii electronic game system, a Sony Playstation 3, a document safe, a Dell laptop computer, and a VCR/DVD player were stolen, totaling $1,970 in loss.

N. U.S. 287, 100 block: Currency was stolen from a motel, totaling $250 in loss.

Almond Drive, 1000 block: Miscellaneous papers and business cards, currency, debit cards, a driver’s licenses, miscellaneous costume jewelry, gun cleaning supplies and tools, gold ammunition, an amunition box, a watch jewelry box, an ESQ watch, a Movado watch, a Guess watchand a men’s bracelet were found abandoned in the front yard of a single-family residence.

Hickory Circle, 1000 block: A burglar forcibly entered and ransacked a single-family residence, and a Toshiba laptop computer, an Apple iPhone 5, currency, a silver western cross, necklaces, a ring, twelve bracelets, two pair of earrings, an ammo can and a turquoise rock were stolen, totaling $2,334 in loss.

Paladium Drive, 4600 block: A burglar forcibly entered a single-family residence by damaging a door jamb, and several men’s watches, a sliver bracelet and a jewelry box worth $1,340 were stolen and recovered, and a silver necklace, gold necklace, and two Movado watches were stolen, totaling $2,650 in loss.

Rocky Creek Drive, 500 block: A silver 2006 Chrysler Sebring was vandalized at a single-family residence in an incident of criminal mischief, totaling $1,500 in loss.

Johnson Street, 1700 block: A burglar cut two locks on a white 2008 trailer owned by a utility company, and a yellow satellite transmission key was stolen, totaling $6,025 in loss.

N Texas 360, 300 block: A burglar forcibly entered a building at a construction site, and a specialized light, two tripods, three grinders, a cordless hand saw, a thread machine, a drill, a band saw, a level, a generator and a trailer were stolen, totaling $10,823 in loss.

Inverness Court, 100 block: An incident involving terroristic threat causing fear of imminent serious bodily injury was reported at a single-family residence.

S. Main Street, 100 block: A burglar forcibly entered an automotive services business by breaking an overhead door window, and sixty-one tires were stolen, totaling $7,195 in loss.

Hollyberry Drive, 400 block: An individual was arrested for speeding in a school zone.

Fern Drive, 1500 block: Auto body parts, windows and built-in electronics of a silver 2011 Hyundai Sonata parked at a single-family residence were vandalized with a blunt instrument, totaling $2,800 in loss.

June 21

Atlanta Court, 100 block: An individual was arrested for violation of a protective order.

S. 4th Avenue, 200 block: An injured person was reported.

Cardinal Road, 800 block: An individual was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

St. Amanda Drive, 3000 block: A white 2004 GMC box truck and a white 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 were involved in an incident of criminal mischief causing substantial inconvenience.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for driving a motor vehicle without a driver’s license.

June 22

Raintree Court, 100 block: An individual was arrested for fighting in public.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 700 block: A wallet containing currency, a driver’s license and a school ID card was seized, a vehicle was impounded, blood was drawn, and an individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 900 block: An incident involving aggravated robbery with a firearm was reported.

Barbados Drive, 1800 block: An individual was arrested for a passenger without a seat belt.

Ridgemar, 1800 block: Two individuals were arrested for aggravated robbery.

Ridgeway Drive, 4500 block: A brown 2004 Dodge Durango was stolen from a single-family residence, totaling $8,000 in loss.

Main Street, 2000 block: An individual was arrested for theft of property.

Smith Street, 100 block: An orange Espirit multi-speed bicycle was found on railroad property and was collected by police.

June 23

Chesterwood Court, 2800 block: An incident involving assault causing bodily injury for the second time within twelve months was reported.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 1800 block; An individual was arrested for improper parking in a handicap zone.

Mansfield Highway, 3200 block: An individual was arrested for theft of property less than $1,500 with two or more previous convictions.

S. Cooper, 4300 block: An individual was arrested for fraudulent transfer of a motor vehicle less than $20,000.

Savannah Drive, 2200 block: A burglar unlawfully entered an unlocked white 1996 Toyota 4 Runner, and a purse, three cashier’s checks, a Texas driver’s license, a Social Security card and two debit cards were stolen, totaling $464 in loss.

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