NPD Theft Report for Dec. 26-28, 2021


Juanice Gray | Editor

Dec. 28

1:17 p.m.; Caller requested officer to Graystone Apartments in reference to a tenant causing $5,000 damage to a unit. Civil suit will be filed.

1:55 p.m.; Caller reported a window damaged in the 200 block of Woodyard Drive. Tenant reported a bullet hole in window caused by an accidental firing of a weapon in the apartment next door.

4:20 p.m.; Caller requested officer to the Police Jury parking lot in reference to someone breaking into a vehicle. Sometime between 8 a.m. and time reported, an unknown subject gained entry into vehicle.

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5:53 p.m.; Caller on East Fifth Street reported a theft of a leaf blower and generator taken Christmas day. Approximate total value, $750.

10:06 p.m.; Caller reported someone damaged front window of residence on Fourth Street. Caller advised an unknown male subject arrived at the residence asking for someone, then did approximately $250 in damage to the window.

Dec. 27

8:06 a.m.; Caller reported a burglary at 328 St. Denis St., City Marshal’s Office. An unknown subject gained entry sometime Thursday morning and time of report.

10:35 a.m.; Caller on Whitfield Drive reported that between 4 a.m.-5:30 a.m. someone broke through the back door and stole $1,700 worth of items from the residence.

2:52 p.m.; Wal-Mart, asset protection called to report a theft in the amount of $208.59. Latrene Brown was arrested.

6:56 p.m.; Caller on Elizabeth Street reported that between midnight and 6 a.m. a vehicle was broken into. A purse containing keys to the car was taken. Value, $450.

Dec. 26

2:23 p.m.; Caller on Lafayette Street reported that during the night, an unknown subject gained entry to their vehicle and stole a debit card and Gucci sunshades valued at $700.

5:17 p.m.; Caller on East Fifth Street reported a residential theft. A generator was taken.

5:36 p.m.; Caller on Sorgee Road reported a gun was stolen from a car last week.

6:04 p.m.; Cingular Wireless on Keyser Avenue, caller reported a subject stole several items valued at $150.

9:45 p.m.; Pizza Hut on Keyser Avenue reported a possible counterfeit bill. The business made a delivery at The Cottage and the subject paid with the fake money.