Mansfield Police Report

07/21/2014 11:12 AM

07/21/2014 11:13 AM

July 5

Country Meadow Drive, 200 block: 3.5 grams of marijuana, mason jar, pill bottle, Zig Zag papers, plastic tube, two grinders, glass pipe and plastic baggies were seized, a vehicle in poor condition was impounded and an individual was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Rockford Court, 2900 block: 8.27 grams of marijuana, 1.0 dosage unit of a prescription drug, drug equipment, multicolored paraphernalia and miscellaneous property were seized as evidence, a 23-year-old vehicle was impounded, and an individual was arrested for possession of a dangerous drug.

E. Broad Street, 1500 block: A suspect attempted to use a stolen debit card at a convenience store.

July 6

Breckenridge Road, 1500 block: The DPF Filter was stolen from a white 2012 Dodge Ram Diesel truck, totaling $7,000 in loss.

Cardinal Road, 1000 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication.

Heritage Parkway S., 500 block: A light green Apple iPhone 5C was stolen from an individual at a city park, totaling $400 in loss.

FM 917, 1100 block: A vehicle was seized for further identification purposes in an incident involving tampering with identification numbers on personal property.

S. Texas 360, 400 block: An automobile accident was reported and an individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

Forest Mill Trail, 100 block: A driver’s license and wallet were confiscated during a traffic stop to be held for safekeeping, and a vehicle was released to a secondary party.

July 7

E. Broad Street, 1700 block: 2.830 grams of marijuana, marijuana pipe and grinder were seized into evidence, a vehicle was left at the scene and an individual was arrested for possession of marijuana.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for assault impeding breathing or circulation.

Heritage Parkway S., 400 block: A burglar used a blunt instrument to enter a silver 2010 Chevrolet Suburban, and a purse containing two checkbooks was stolen, totaling $62 in loss.

Heritage Parkway S., 400 block: A burglar used a blunt instrument to enter a black 2013 Ford F150 truck, and a Forever 21 purse was stolen, totaling $50 in loss.

Woodland Drive, 100 block: A burglar forcibly entered a locked residence by through a rear door, and wheels, tires and a golf cart battery were stolen, totaling $4,000 in loss.

S. 6th Ave, 800 block: A vehicle was impounded, aluminum, iron and copper worth $400 were stolen and recovered, and an individual was arrested for theft of property.

E. Broad Street, 900 block: An individual was arrested for theft of property.

Willowstone Court, 100 block: A burglar forcibly entered a locked residence through a rear window, damaging the window screens, and a Toshiba laptop, a white Samsung Galaxy 4 cell phone, a television and a platinum Rolex watch were stolen, totaling $6,050 in loss.

July 8

E. Broad Street, 3200 block: A fast-food restaurant incurred pecuniary loss due to graffiti.

Nelson Wyatt Road, 2500 block: An incident involving assault by threat was reported.

Kings Way Drive, 300 block: An individual was arrested for criminal trespass.

Kimball Street, 700 block: An incident involving graffiti was reported at a cemetery.

FM 2738, 5200 block: An individual was arrested for unauthorized use of a vehicle.

W. Kimball Street, 700 block: A city park incurred pecuniary loss due to graffiti.

N. U.S. 287, 900 block: Ten ribeye steaks were stolen from a grocery store, totaling $36.81 in loss.

Man Avenue, 2100 block: A burglar used a blunt instrument to damage the windows of a black 2011 Acura MDX at a specialty store, and a purse, driver’s license, credit and debit cards and a Mouser Electronics entry card were stolen, totaling $523 in loss.

National Parkway, 3700 block: A burglar damaged the windows of a locked red 2010 Nissan Versa, and a purse, women’s ring, Texas driver’s license, Social Security card, debit card and keys were stolen, totaling $1,750 in loss.

E. Dallas Street, 800 block: A burglar entered a home through a rear door, damaging a window screen, and boots and a black Apple iPhone 4 were stolen, totaling $580 in loss.

N. Holland Road, 900 block: A burglar damaged the side windows of a white 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe, and a Michael Kors satchel, a Pantech cell phone and Urban Decay Naked makeup were stolen, totaling $690 in loss.

N. Holland Road, 900 block: A burglar used a blunt instrument to damage windows and enter a gold 2009 Honda Pilot, and a Dooney and Bourke handbag, Vera Bradley wallet, Elle handbag, Michael Kors wallet, currency, gift cards, Texas driver’s license, check book, credit and debit cards were stolen, totaling $1,252 in loss.

N. Holland Road, 900 block: A burglar damaged the windows of a white 2011 Honda Pilot, and a purse, wallet, debit and credit cards, currency, Kindle Touch and essential oils were stolen, totaling $667 in loss.

N. Holland Road, 900 block: Windows of a white 2013 Ford Explorer were damaged in an incident involving criminal mischief.

E. Debbie Lane, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

July 9

Kimball Street, 700 block: A lighter, black Samsung cell phone, black Apple iPhone and 0.80 grams of marijuana were confiscated from an individual at a city park.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for assault impeding breathing or circulation.

Bertram Drive, 1800 block: A locked white 2003 Ford Mustang in good condition was burglarized at a residence, and an iPad belonging to a school was stolen, totaling $500 in loss.

N. U.S. 287, 700 block: A gray 2004 Kia Optima reported stolen out of Grand Prairie was recovered by police at a hotel.

Wahoo Drive, 1900 block: An individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury.

Breezy Oaks Drive, 1100 block: An individual was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Doral Drive, 800 block: An individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury.

July 10

Stell Avenue, 800 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

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