Mansfield Police Report
08/11/2014 10:10 AM
08/11/2014 10:11 AM
E. Broad Street, 1500 block: An unattended white 2007 Toyota Corolla was damaged at a convenience store by a vehicle that did not stop.
Matlock Road, 3200 block: A black 2001 Toyota Camry was vandalized at an apartment complex, totaling $200 in loss.
Mansfield Highway, 5300 block: An individual was arrested for theft of an automobile.
Hope Town Drive, 1700 block: An incident involving aggravated assault with a knife was reported.
McKown Drive, 600 block: An incident involving assault causing bodily injury was reported.
Matlock Road, 3100 block: An individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated for a third or greater time.
Matlock Road, 2000 block: Shrubbery and miscellaneous property belonging to an electric company were damaged and a wrecked vehicle was impounded, totaling $1,000 in loss.
Don Drive, 4400 block: A gray 2003 Dodge 1500 pickup was vandalized in an incident involving criminal mischief, totaling $200 in loss.
N. Walnut Creek Drive, 900 block: The catalytic converter was stolen from a gold 1995 Toyota 4Runner parked at a store, totaling $200 in loss.
Remington Ranch Road, 1100 block: An incident involving strong arm robbery was reported.
E. Broad Street, 3800 block: Two packages of Newport 100’s cigarettes were stolen from a convenience store, totaling $12.36 in loss.
Heritage Parkway S., 400 block: A burglar used a blunt instrument to enter a white 2013 Toyota Camry, and a purse, Texas driver’s license, currency and credit card were stolen, totaling $140 in loss.
N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: A 12-inch silver Kitchen Aid toaster oven worth $75.79 was stolen from a retail store and recovered, and an individual was arrested for theft of property.
Walnut Creek Drive, 900 block: Currency and an American Express Bluebird card were stolen from a retail store, totaling $455 in loss.
N. U.S. 287, 1700 block: An individual was arrested for driving with an invalid driver’s license.
National Parkway, 3700 block: A burglar used a blunt instrument to forcibly enter a white 2013 Ford Expedition in a parking lot, and a purse, currency, checkbook, credit and debit cards were stolen, totaling $79 in loss.
Matlock Road, 2900 block: A two-liter bottle of Coke, hamburger buns, two gallons of milk, sandwiches, Post-It Notes, four 5-Hour Energy drinks, Quilted Northern toilet paper, Rigatoni Chicken, bananas, Expo dry erase markers, baby wipes, paper plates, Glade air freshener, bubble gum, three pounds of ground beef, sausage patties, barbecue chicken wrap, raspberry lemonade, Honey Buns, Fiji Water, Ozarka water, Jimmy Dean breakfast sandwiches, three packages of tilapia, cinnamon toast and Lever soap worth $112.47 were stolen from a grocery store and recovered, and two individuals were arrested for theft of property.
St. Charles Drive, 2700 block: An individual was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.
N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: A maroon 2007 Ford Focus was damaged in an accident, totaling $8,000 in loss.
Sentry Drive, 100 block: An incident involving terroristic threat causing fear of imminent serious bodily injury was reported.
Harmon Road, 3000 block: An 18-inch wrench, wrench set, hammer, cord rope, two pair of work gloves, 30 gallons of diesel fuel, three batteries, 60 battery cables and 100 feet of hydrant hose were stolen from a business, totaling $1,260 in loss.
N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: A white iPhone 4s and a blue and green case were stolen from an individual at a store, totaling $405 in loss.
Rocky Creek Drive, 400 block: The side view mirror of a white 2013 Dodge Ram 2500 was damaged in an incident involving criminal mischief, totaling $200 in loss.
Cancun Drive, 2200 block: An incident involving assault causing bodily injury was reported.
W. Debbie Lane, 900 block: An incident involving driving while intoxicated was reported.
W. Debbie Lane, 900 block: An individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated.
W. Debbie Lane, 700 block: An individual was arrested for consumption of alcohol by a minor.
S. Main Street, 900 block: An individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated.
Matlock Road, 3200 block: A burglar entered a green 1997 Ford Escort through the driver’s side door, and a stereo and a shifter were stolen, totaling $220 in loss.
N. Walnut Creek Drive, 900 block: A tire repair kit, boxer shorts, portable DVD player, toy helicopter, v-neck t-shirt, wash cloth assortment, headphones, men’s socks, dry erase markers, rechargeable batteries, work gloves, sunglasses, toilet cover, dog food, soap dish, laptop charger, men’s watch, Powerade, dog treats, propane cylinder, canned chicken, laundry detergent, assorted fruit, men’s shoes, cookie tray, toilet brush, toothbrush holder, shower hooks, waste basket, women’s shoes, shorts, shower curtain liner, blanket, bath rug, toilet brush holder, men’s underwear, eight-pack of men’s undershirts, flashlight, work boots, multi-tool, marker set, highlighter set, pen, notebook, clipboard, shower curtains and a bathroom tumbler worth $767.96 were stolen from a retail store and recovered and an individual was arrested for theft of property less than $1,500 with two or more previous convictions.
Newcastle Drive, 1700 block: A brown 2014 GMC Sierra parked at a residence was burglarized, and a Dell Latitude laptop, battery pack, charging backpack and checkbook were stolen, totaling $2,040 in loss.
Matlock Road, 3200 block: A burglar entered an unlocked silver 2005 Chevy Malibu at an apartment complex, and a Texas driver’s license, Social Security card, college ID, wallet, currency and debit card were stolen, totaling $104 in loss.
Turner Warnell Road, 700 block: An incident involving assault causing bodily injury was reported.
Farmington Drive, 1700 block: An Apple iPod Nano was stolen from a red 2000 Isuzu Rodeo at a residence, totaling $150 in loss.
E. Debbie Lane, 1400 block: A dark gray Samsung Galaxy S5 cell phone was stolen from a specialty store, totaling $590 in loss.
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