Theft Report – NPD

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Juanice Gray | Editor

Jan. 31
Time unknown: Caller advised sometime during the night a vehicle at Church Street Inn was broken into, however nothing was taken. Damages valued at $300.
11:25 a.m.: Caller at Texaco on College Avenue had more information on a previous incident. Reported a known subject took a scratch off worth $10,000.
4:12 p.m.: Caller reported mufflers being cut off vehicles at location on Texas Street. Caller advised he went outside around 2:30 p.m. and observed a pipe hanging from a truck and the catalytic converter, valued at $500, missing. Another vehicle had damages valued at $100.

This article published in the Feb. 12, 2022, print edition

Feb. 1
11:05 a.m.: Someone fraudulently used an account at Stine Lumber. An unknown person attempted to charge $1,600.
1:36 p.m.: First Federal Bank at 701 Keyser called in reference to someone gaining access to a customer’s debit card and charged $977.50.
7:14 p.m.: 911 caller on University Drive found out credit cards were taken out in her name. Total $900 value.
10:44 p.m.: Caller at Holiday Inn Express stated his car was broken into. Unknown subject broke the right back window causing $300 in damages and stole a shotgun worth $800.
Feb. 2
12:33 a.m.: A caller on Ouida Drive reported someone took his vehicle sometime between 11 p.m. and time of report.
4:43 a.m.: A resident on Posey Street reported a residential burglary.
6:43 a.m.: 911 caller at Antoon’s Package Liquor reported a purse was stolen from a vehicle.
7:37 a.m.: Resident on Hill Avenue reported that between 10:30 p.m. andtime of call, an unknown subject removed a Michael Kors purse from a vehicle. Value is $285.

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Feb. 4
9:53 a.m.: Residential burglary reported on Fox Run. Officer learned young child may have left the door open. Everything ok.
10:57 a.m.: Complainant advised two women took money from his account and put it in other accounts while they were being his caregivers.
2:37 p.m.: Wal-Mart had a shoplifting suspect in custody. D. Joseph Audirsch was arrested for theft in the amount of $84.26 and given court date of May 10.
9:49 p.m.: Complainant at IHOP advised she had been scammed. Complainant stated a guy pretended to be from corporate called and got her to send a $375 money card over the phone and she found out it was a scam.

Feb. 5
4:37 p.m.: Caller at Family Dollar on Texas Street advised a known male subject entered the store wearing a large jacket and left with multiple items in the jacket. He was advised to stop and then made verbal threats toward employee.
5:18 p.m.: Caller, at home on South Drive, advised someone stole her phone from Bingo Paradise on Washington Street.

Feb. 7
6:16 a.m.: Caller advised Zippy B was broken into. Damages total $1,700 for the door and $1,000 value in items stolen.
11:31 a.m.: Caller advised an identified suspect attempted to take two items valued at $50 from Stine’s Lumber
1:52 p.m.: Caller advised an older black male took four bags of shrimp from Super 1 on the By-Pass valued at $279.
2:52 p.m.: A walk in complainant stated an unknown black male took and later returned her cell phone.
4 p.m.: Gamestop reported a theft. An unknown suspect removed 4 PC keyboards.
9:29 p.m.: Wal-Mart customer had her purse stolen. Officers learned the complainant’s purse was returned to her and she had the wrong buggy.

Feb. 9
7:06 p.m.: Vehicle burglary at Lafayette and Fourth Street. A male subject was observed exiting the complainant’s vehicle. No items were taken.