Police report

05/27/2014 3:47 PM

05/27/2014 3:48 PM

Keller

Keller Pkwy., 900 block: Driving while intoxicated. May 17.

Keller Pkwy., 1100 block: Building burglary. May 17.

Bear Creek Pkwy., 100 block: Driving while intoxicated. May 18.

West Park Dr., 600 block: Driving while intoxicated, second. May 19.

College St., 100 block: Possession of controlled substance. May 19.

Birchmont Ln., 1600 block: Possession of controlled substance. May 20.

Bursey Rd., 200 block: Criminal trespass. May 20.

N. Main, 400 block: Criminal mischief, criminal trespass. May 8.

S. Main, 800 block: Driving while intoxicated. May 9.

Pearl St., 400 block: Identity theft. May 11.

Bursey Rd., 300 block: Theft $20,000 to $100,000 of electronics at Indian Springs Middle School. May 12.

Keller Pkwy., 800 block: Driving while intoxicated/open alcohol container. May 12.

Kelsey Dr., 1500 block: Identity theft. May 13.

S. Main, 1800 block: Theft $500 to $1,500. May 11.

Rufe Snow Dr., 2000 block: Forged check arrest. May 14.

Taylor St., 100 block: Building burglary. May 7.

Rancho Grande Tr., 200 block: Theft $500 to $1,500. April 13.

Mount Gilead Rd., 300 block: Theft of copper. May 1.

Willis Ln., 1600 block: Possession of marijuana. May 15.

Roanoke

Henrietta Creek Rd., 700 block: Possession of marijuana

Henrietta Creek Rd., 700 block: Driving while license invalid, fictitious inspection and registration. May 13.

N. Hwy. 377, 1300 block: Driving while license invalid/ previous conviction and outstanding warrants. May 17.

Hwy. 114, 100 block: DWI. May 18.

Hwy. 377 N., 1200 block: DWI. May 16.

Trophy Club

Trophy Club Dr., 800 block: Possession of a Controlled Substance. May 15.

Trophy Branch Dr., 300 block: Burglary of a Building. May 17.

Westlake

Hwy. 114, 2200 block: Driving while intoxicated. May 17.

Village Cir., 1 block: Public intoxication; possession of drug paraphernalia. May 7.

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