Thursday, February 12, 2009
Police investigate burglaries
Holly Springs police officers responded to four burglary calls for the week ending February 9, according to chief Robert Pearson.
A work site was reported burglarized Monday, Feb. 2, in the 500 block of J.M. Ash Drive. Taken from the site were a Ramset nail gun, two DeWalt cordless drills, a DeWalt four and a half angle grinder, a Bostitch nail gun and air compressor, a Craftsman air compressor, one 28-foot extension ladder and two 100-foot extension cords.
A commercial building in the 200 block of Whaley Drive was reported burglarized and vandalized Tuesday, Feb. 3.
Officers responded to a burglary on Sunday, Feb. 8, in the 100 block of Van Dorn. Burglars broke the window out of a business and took an undetermined amount of Black and Mild cigars.
Police made one arrest for the week, Pearson said.
Michael L. Smith, 37, of Byhalia, was arrested Sunday, Feb. 8, and charged with burglary of a commercial building, according to the police chief.
Officers responded to other activities for the week including driving while license suspended (four); expired driver's license/no license (one); no proof of insurance (4); no tag/expired tag (one); speeding (two); reckless driving (one); disregard for traffic devices (three); seatbelt violation (one); child restraint (one); driving without headlight (one); public drunk (two); disorderly conduct (1); malicious mischief (1); possession of a controlled substance (1); and credit card fraud (one).
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