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JUNE 25 

THEFT OF PROPERTY 

An officer responded to the 3600 block of Princeton Avenue on a call of theft of property. The victim stated that at 4:00 PM, she received a call from her next-door neighbor stating that an unknown black male wearing a white tank top ripped her copper downspouts off the corner of her residence. The victim is going to send police her video evidence of the theft, taken by security cameras outside her house. 

DAMAGE TO TOWN PROPERTY 

At approximately 6:33 PM, an officer was dispatched to the area of Roland Avenue and Mockingbird Lane. A semi driver had reported that he hit a sign at the intersection. Photos were taken of the tractor and trailer, and the "Do Not Enter" sign was bent and facing the opposite direction.

THEFT OF MATERIAL 

An officer responded to a report of stolen copper in the 3600 block of Princeton Avenue. The victim stated that she noticed two of her copper downspouts were torn from their hinges in the back of her residence. 


JUNE 26 


THEFT OF PROPERTY 

An officer was dispatched to the 4300 block of Arcady Avenue on a theft at 12:25 PM. The officer met with the victim, who stated that between 12:00 PM on June 24 and 11:00 AM on June 26, two copper downspouts were taken without her permission from the side of her garage. 


JUNE 29 


THEFT OF PROPERTY  

At 3:02 PM, an officer responded to the 3600 block of Harvard Avenue to take a report of a theft of property. The caller stated that she had left her garage door open, and when she went out to close it, she noticed a white vehicle backed into her driveway. A male subject was closing the rear cargo hatch and then getting into the driver's seat. The victim then noticed that a couple of items were missing from her garage. The other man did not have permission to take anything. 

UNATTENDED VEHICLE 

An officer responded to the 4100 block of Mockingbird on a possible car fire. Upon arrival, the officer found a gray vehicle sitting in the drive entrance to the Dallas Country Club. The engine compartment was completely in flames and the driver (reporting person) was standing a safe distance away. The fire was extinguished and the vehicle was towed away. 


JUNE 30 


FRAUDULENT USE OR POSSESSION OF IDENTIFYING INFORMATION 

At approximately 4:40 PM, an officer was dispatched on a report of a stolen driver's license. The victim stated that three days before, at approximately 2:00 PM, she went to get a meal at Burger Street and believed she may have dropped her debit card and credit cards. She didn't notice until the next morning, and now unauthorized transactions have been made on her account. 


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