NPD Theft report for April 9-11, 2022

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April 12
12:21 p.m.: residential burglary: Caller advised someone broke into a residence on Texas Street. Officer reports no signs of forced entry. There is barely any room to move around the location due to so many items accumulated. They were unable to tell if anything was missing.
2:23 p.m.: electricity theft: Michael Braxton with the City power advised a male and female who are tenants at Ark Apartments were stealing electricity. He is going to evict them and once evicted they will be banned.

April 11
10:23 a.m.: simple burglary: Complainant requested officer to Parc Natchitoches. He stated an unknown suspect removed a generator valued at $600 from a trailer belonging to him.
1:23 p.m.: theft: Complainant stated an unknown suspect charged transactions to her bank account amounting to $2,400.
1:55 p.m.: theft interior of vehicle: Complainant stated on the night of April 10, an unknown suspect gained entry into a vehicle on Amulet Street and removed two purses valued at $600.
4:04 p.m.: theft: Complainant stated a known suspect used his vehicle without permission.

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April 10
2:57 a.m.: theft interior of vehicle: Officer states while out at the National Guard Armory on another call a vehicle was observed with a broken window. Value $150. Nothing was taken.
9:39 a.m.: theft interior of vehicle: Caller at The Hampton Inn reported a vehicle burglary. Nothing was taken.
10:10 a.m.: Caller at Hampton Inn reported his vehicle was broken into sometime between 10 p.m. April 9 and time of call, possibly at the Events Center. Approx total value $200.
12:20 p.m.: theft: Complainant on Bayou Vista stated she lost a set of vehicle keys at Trinity Episcopal Church and believes an unknown male may have stolen them.
12:29 p.m.: theft: Caller on Washington Street stated an unknown suspect took a trailer full of furniture from the property. Value $10,000.
4:18 p.m.: theft interior of vehicle: Complainant stated an unknown suspect gained entry to a vehicle at Magnolia Place Apartments and removed items including a laptop. Value $1,050.
5:57 p.m.: theft interior of vehicle: Complainant came in to station reporting his vehicle was broken into while parked at the National Guard Armory on Fairgrounds. A Springfield AR and two loaded magazines were taken.

April 9
6:04 a.m.: theft interior of vehicle: 911 caller advised an unknown suspect forced entry into his vehicle at Holiday Inn Express by breaking in the driver’s side window doing $250 in damage. $1,000 in cash and $20 in change was taken.
12:33 p.m.: residential burglary: Complainant on Martin Luther King advised two juveniles took the hot water heater from the residence. Caller advised she thinks her two nephews took it. Declined to file report stating they would handle it amongst the family.
7:53 p.m.: theft interior of vehicle: Complainant at 714 Third Street advised someone broke into her vehicle and removed a pair of Jordans and a credit card.
8:09 p.m.: theft interior of vehicle: Complainant at 714 Third Street reported a vehicle burglary stating unknown subjects broke the front window and removed an iPhone SE/wallet valued at $500.
10:16 p.m.: theft interior of vehicle: Third complainant at 714 Third Street reported a vehicle burglary stating a purse was taken in this incident.