Mansfield Police Report

08/25/2014 12:00 AM

08/22/2014 4:02 PM

August 9

S. U.S. 287, 1400 block: An individual was arrested for possession of marijuana.

Bertram Drive, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

FM 917, 2800 block: Aluminum, iron or copper was stolen from an office building, totaling $1,000 in loss.

W. Debbie Lane, 700 block: An individual was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.

Heritage Parkway S., 400 block: An accident causing injury or death was reported.

Matlock Road, 2200 block: An incident involving harassment was reported.

E. Broad Street, 1500 block: An individual was arrested for criminal trespassing.

August 10

Maple Terrace Drive, 1300 block: An individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury.

W. Debbie Lane, 700 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

Oak Street, 500 block: A black 2000 Ford Expedition worth $2,500 was stolen in an incident involving unauthorized use of a vehicle.

FM 157, 1700 block: A blue 2004 Ford F150 was struck in a parking lot, totaling $1,000 in loss.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 900 block: A 16-ounce can of Red Bull was stolen from a store, totaling $3.68 in loss.

N. Main Street, 500 block: An individual was arrested for possession of between 4 ounces and 5 pounds of marijuana in a drug-free zone.

August 11

E. Broad Street, 1500 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication.

W. Debbie Lane, 1100 block: An individual was arrested for trespassing on school grounds.

FM 157, 2800 block: An individual was arrested for disregarding a stop sign.

S. Wisteria Street, 100 block: A blue Apple iPhone 5C and two black Apple iPhone 5 cell phones were stolen from individuals on government property, totaling $1,549.99 in loss.

E. Broad Street, 1300 block: An individual was arrested for burglary of a habitation, unlawful entry.

FM 157, 1700 block: A sign was damaged at a fast-food restaurant in an incident involving reckless damage or destruction, totaling $1,000 in loss.

S. U.S. 287, 100 block: A burglar threw an object to break a window of a locked black 2010 Pontiac G6 in a parking lot, and a purse, wallet, Social Security card, Olympus camera, Apple iPod, credit and debit cards were stolen, totaling $605 in loss.

E. Broad Street, 1300 block: An individual was arrested for aggravated sexual assault of a child.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: An individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

August 12

Indian Hill Drive, 5700 block: An individual was arrested for theft of property.

Adam Grubb Drive, 3800 block: An individual was arrested for assault impeding breathing or circulation.

E. Broad Street, 1300 block: An individual was arrested for aggravated sexual assault of a child.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: An automobile accident was reported and an individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

Meadowbrook Lane, 800 block: An Apple iPad and a white Apple iPhone 5 were stolen from an individual at a residence, totaling $1,200 in loss.

Tanglewood Drive, 1200 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

August 13

Lillian Road, 800 block: An incident of arson was reported involving a metal mailbox at a residence, totaling $15 in loss.

Matlock Road, 2000 block: Ten plant pots and five urns were stolen from a specialty store, totaling $629.85 in loss.

Heritage Parkway, 1600 block: Six unknown pill capsules were found in the backseat of a vehicle and confiscated by police.

N. U.S. 187, 1800 block: An assortment of hair products worth $63.48 was stolen from a retail store and recovered, and an individual was arrested for theft of property.

Country Grove Trail, 2600 block: A burglar damaged a front door and triggered an alarm at a residence, totaling $800 in loss.

August 14

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: An unattended black 2011 Ford F150 was struck in a parking lot by a vehicle that did not stop, totaling $100 in loss.

August 15

Magnolia Street, 100 block: A vehicle was released to its owner, a driver’s license found during a traffic stop that did not belong to any of the subjects on the scene was confiscated, and an individual was arrested for public intoxication with drugs.

E. Broad Street, 1700 block: An individual ran a stop sign, incurring $240 in fines.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: A Casio watch and a Lifeproof cell phone case worth $129.98 were stolen from a retail store and recovered and an individual was arrested for theft of property.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

August 16

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 500 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with drugs.

E. Dallas Street, 1500 block: An incident involving assault causing bodily injury was reported.

Kimball Street, 700 block: An individual was arrested for driving with defective tail lamps.

August 17

S. 2nd Avenue, 1400 block: A license plate and motor vehicle inspection/registration sticker reported stolen were confiscated by police.

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: A pair of boots was stolen from a specialty store, totaling $174.98 in loss.

E. Broad Street, 700 block: A pair of purple Ear Buddy headphones worth $5 were stolen from a dollar store and recovered, a vehicle in poor condition was impounded, and an individual was arrested for driving without a driver’s license or proof of insurance.

N. U.S. 287, 1300 block: An individual was arrested for theft of property.

W. Debbie Lane, 700 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

August 18

Palmer Drive, 4200 block: A Yamaha tenor trombone and a trombone case were stolen from a residence, totaling $4,338 in loss.

N. Texas 360, 300 block: A stainless steel Whirlpool microwave oven was stolen from a construction site, totaling $375 in loss.

Thousand Oaks Drive, 100 block: An incident involving terroristic threat of a family or household was reported.

FM 917, 2700 block: A trailer that was suspected of being stolen was confiscated by police for further investigation.

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