Mansfield Police Report

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August 19

FM 157, 1600 block; An individual was arrested for possession of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle.

FM 157, 1900 block: An incident involving the theft of service in the form of food from a restaurant was reported, totaling $17.35 in loss.

Matlock Road, 100 block: A red 1991 Dodge Ram that had been left disabled in the roadway without hazard lights on was confiscated by police.

Cardinal Road, 1600 block: An RV stolen from Fort Worth was recovered, a U-haul that was towing the RV was confiscated by police, and two individuals were arrested.

August 20

Logan Drive, 2700 block: License plates worth $65 were stolen from a vehicle at a residence and recovered.

W. Debbie Lane, 500 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

Country Club Drive, 1100 block: A golf cart was stolen from a golf course, totaling $7,200 in loss.

August 21

Sail Fish Drive, 1900 block: An Echo edger and an Echo leaf blower were stolen from a garage, totaling $440 in loss.

Callender Road, 2500 block: A black 200 Chevrolet Tahoe worth $2,000 that had been stolen out of Arlington was found abandoned on the roadway and recovered.

Van Worth Street, 100 block: An incident involving assault causing bodily injury was reported.

E. Broad Street, 700 block: An unattended silver 2001 Lexus IS 300 was struck by a vehicle that did not stop, totaling $500 in loss.

August 22

N. U.S. 287, 1100 block: Two 24-packs of Bud Light beer were stolen from a convenience store, totaling $53.98 in loss.

Matlock Road, 2200 block: An individual was arrested for driving a vehicle registered in Texas without two license plates on the vehicle.

Wedgewood Drive, 1100 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication by a minor with alcohol, and a debit card in that individual’s possession that was not his was confiscated.

E. Broad Street, 1500 block: An individual was arrested for aggravated assault with a knife.

Auburndale Drive, 800 block: A Playstation 4, two Playstation 4 controllers and two video games were stolen from a residence, totaling $579.96 in loss.

FM 157, 1200 block: A burglar broke the right rear passenger window of a locked black 2012 Infinity QX56, and a Louis Vuitton purse, Louis Vuitton woman’s wallet, Michael Kors women’s wallet, debit and credit cards, currency and a Social Security card were stolen, totaling $3,050 in loss.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 900 block: Cable equipment and a Duraglass screen protector were stolen from a store, totaling $54.94 in loss, and an individual was arrested for theft of property.

W. Broad Street, 500 block: An individual was arrested for carrying an unlicensed weapon.

Clover Hill Road, 1700 block: A burglar unlawfully entered a residence, and a ring, several necklaces, rosary, Samsung television, earrings, two passports, two birth certificates, Social Security card, power of attorney and safe were stolen, totaling $11,080 in loss.

August 23

N. Main Street, 1500 block: A double-pane window, mini-blinds and wood floor paneling were damaged at an apartment complex and an individual was arrested for criminal mischief.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 300 block: A red Schwinn sidewinder boy’s bike was found abandoned in a city park.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: Miscellaneous property and a motorized shopping cart were stolen from a store, totaling $4,174.67 in loss.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 900 block: Trailer locks worth $33.94 were stolen from a store and recovered.

Matlock Road, 300 block: A burglar forcibly entered a building at a construction site, and a Makita impact drill, Wacker Jumping Jack, two Honda gas pumps, electric pump, two cutoss saws, transit level, skill saw, two copper rolls and a storage container were stolen, totaling $12,100 in loss.

FM 917, 2700: A mountain bike was confiscated for safekeeping at a convenience store, and an individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

Watergrove Court, 100 block: An Apple iPod classic 120 GB was stolen from a residence, totaling $250 in loss.

August 24

S. U.S 287, 3000 block: An automobile accident was reported and an individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

Walnut Hills Lane, 1800 block: An incident involving the terroristic threat of a household was reported.

FM 917, 2000 block: A flat-bed trailer was seized pending further identification.

August 25

St. Eric Drive, 700 block: An incident involving criminal mischief was reported at a residence, totaling $1,000 in loss.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 900 block: An individual was arrested for theft of property greater than $1,500 with two or more previous convictions, and a second individual was arrested for public intoxication with drugs.

Shady Oak Trail, 1000 block: $10,000 in currency was stolen from a residence.

Travis Boulevard, 4000 block: A gray and white Genesis man’s mountain bicycle was stolen from the unlocked garage of a residence, totaling $250 in loss.

Commerce Drive, 1700 block: A burgular used a blunt instrument to damage windows of a white 2013 Toyota Camry, and two purses, driver’s license, debit cards, health card, small calendar and an Aggie lanyard were stolen, totaling $356 in loss.

N. U.S. 287, 1100 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with drugs.

E. Broad Street, 3200 block: An incident involving possession of a controlled substance was reported.

August 26

E. Debbie Lane, 100 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

E. Broad Street, 3200 block: An individual was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 1000 block: An unattended white 2000 Buick LeSabre was damaged by a vehicle that did not stop, totaling $900 in loss.

August 27

S. U.S. 287, 100 block: An individual was arrested for burglary of a vehicle.

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