Theft report for March 6-8, 2022


Juanice Gray | Editor
March 6
11:24 a.m.: vehicle theft: Caller on Rapides Drive advised sometime between 2 p.m. March 4 and 10 a.m. March 6 an unknown subject stole the catalytic converter and exhaust off his vehicle. Value of damages is $3,000.
Unknown: Caller advised someone made entry into a vehicle on Kaffie Street taking a wallet valued at $50.
March 7
8:24 a.m.: theft: Caller at the Quad Apartments advised sometime between midnight and time of report, an unknown subject gained entry into a vehicle, took various items and a 9mm Taurus handgun. Value $469.
10:30 a.m.: theft: Family Dollar Store on Texas Street, Caller stated an unknown male suspect took items from the store.
11:21 a.m.: theft: Caller advised an unknown suspect gained entry into a structure on Short Seventh Street and was sleeping inside at night without permission.
3:56: p.m.: theft: Complainant stated an unknown suspect used his bank card without permission.

This article published in the March 12, 2022, print edition

March 8
7:03 a.m.: Attempted residential burglary: Complainant in person at NPD reported homeowner has surveillance of someone attempting to gain entry to the residence on Dixie Street at approximately 5 a.m.
9:04 a.m.: theft: Super 1 on Keyser Ave. caller stated a male suspect identified as Gregory Washington came in to the store and attempted to remove two briskets. Approximate value $118.
11:05 a.m.: Business burglary: Keri Fidelak called from 917 South Drive. Stated an unknown suspect broke into the building and caused damage to windows and door.
3:37 p.m.: theft: Caller on Dixie Street reported a known female took a cell phone.