Theft Report – NPD


Juanice Gray | Editor

Jan. 15
3:28 p.m. 911 caller at Stine Lumber advised two unknown subjects attempted to purchases items using an employee account without authorization.

This article published in the Jan. 27, 2022, print edition

Jan. 16
9:48 a.m.: 911 caller stated between midnight and time of report, an unknown subject took a 2017 gray Ram with Texas license plates from Best Western on University Parkway.
10 a.m.: Caller on S Williams Avenue reported a vehicle burglary. Advised a gas can was removed as well as tools valued at $900.
2:11 p.m.: Caller on Aloys Circle reported her purse was taken from her vehicle. Approximate value was $363.
2:15 p.m.: Caller at Magnolia Place Apartments advised a generator valued at $495 was stolen.
8:57 p.m.: Caller advised unknown subject gained entry into a vehicle and removed several clothing items valued at $155.

Jan. 17
3 a.m.: Complainant walked into NPD alleging his vehicle was broken into on Robert Circle. Owner stated sometime between 9 p.m. Jan. 167 and 2 a.m. Jan. 17 an unknown subject gained entry and a wallet with contents was taken from the seat.
10:32 a.m.: Complainant on Aloys Circle alleged someone broke into their truck. Caller advised a Jennings 9mm bearing serial #1450116 valued at $350 was missing from the truck.
1:37 p.m.: Resident on S. Williams Avenue advised she noticed a back door was kicked in and an X-Box was missing along with a laptop. Value stated at $1,200.
3:14 p.m.: Complainant walked into the NPD alleging on Dec. 28 she had two iPhones delivered by UPS but when she opened the box there was only one in the box. Complainant stated the value of the phone is $700.
4:40 p.m.: Complainant walked into NPD advising a gun was taken from a vehicle while moving furniture Jan. 12 from Breda Avenue. Officer spoke with complainant and a second person who stated both their weapons were stolen.
6:37 p.m.: Caller reported an armed robbery at Texaco on South Drive. A male subject was spotted walking around the building and was observed waiting until the business was empty. He then entered with a gun and requested money.

Jan. 18
1:27 p.m.: Someone went to the police station in reference to a theft. The complainant advised that on Jan. 12 a generator valued at $879 and a Stihl weed eater valued at $299.99 was stolen from a storage shed on Old Robeline Road.
3:48 p.m.: Caller requested an officer to Chevron in reference to a customer refusing to pay. Officer on call reported the subject paid for the items taken and was advised to leave the premises.

Jan. 19
7:39 a.m.: 911 caller reported a vehicle burglary on Demeziere Street. Two laptop computers were allegedly stolen from the vehicle with an approximate value of $800.
12:36 p.m.: Caller reported a vehicle burglary on Parkway Drive. Caller stated someone tampered with his vehicle, but no items were taken.
2:03 p.m.: Officers requested at Darren’s Automotive on Hwy 3110. Owner reported between Friday Jan. 14 and Jan. 19 unknown subject(s) entered the property and removed catalytic converters from four vehicles. Items valued at $10,800.
7:08 p.m.: Caller reported an armed robbery at Subway on South Drive. A w/m subject allegedly entered the business wearing a gray hoodie, jogging pants, black mask and gloves. The subject had a firearm and demanded all the money and left the store running toward Kaffie Drive.
9:20 p.m.: 911 caller on North Street advised she would contact NPD the following Monday in reference to her television.
10: 30 p.m.: A female went to the police station to report damage to her vehicle. Sometime between 3 and 10 p.m. a suspect damaged the side mirror on her vehicle, valued at $100.
Unknown time: Caller advised someone hacked their information. Complainant said he was notified by his financial institution that an $8,744 lawnmower was purchased Jan. 10 using his information and that a card had been purchased in his name.