Thursday, July 8, 2010
Police respond to variety of calls
The Holly Springs Police Department responded to burglaries, assaults, threats and many other calls during the past two weeks.
Chief Robert Pearson released the following report.
• Officers responded to a report of someone disturbing the peace on Minor Street.
• A report of theft in progress in the area of the old skating rink on MLK when the owner drove up and witnessed subjects attempting to steal a graveling trailer. Suspects were apprehended.
• A report of petit larceny was filed by Walmart.
• A report was taken of petit larceny of a handicap sticker.
• Officers responded to a report of child abuse in the area of the 200 block of West College.
• A report of domestic violence in the 500 block of East Van Dorn.
• A report of grand larceny at Days Inn with carpentry equipment stolen from a pickup in the parking lot.
• Officers responded to petit larceny in the 300 block of South Chesterman where a PSP (PlayStation Portable) was taken.
• A report that Citi Trends received a counterfeit $5 bill.
• Responded to a report of auto theft in the 500 block of West Boundary. It was later discovered it had been borrowed by a friend.
• Officers took a report in reference to stalking in the 300 block of Hwy. 311.
• Officers responded to a burglary in the 400 block of Gresham Cv. A flat screen was taken. Suspect is believed to have entered through the front door, although no forced entry was detected.
• An arrest was made after officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in the 200 block of Crestview Dr.
• Responded to a fight in progress involving a juvenile in the 200 block of W. Valley. The juvenile then caused damage to a person’s vehicle.
• Responded to the 100 block of Marbury in reference to a burglary. The suspect entered through an unsecured window then took a jewelry box and some German silverware.
• An arrest was made when officers responded to a domestic assault.
• Took a report of a minor accident in the parking lot of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department.
• Responded to the 200 block of Bonner St. where a domestic assault had taken place.
• A report was taken in reference to an assault that took place involving juveniles the night before.
• Officers responded to two separate reports of assault that occurred at Short Stop.
• A report was taken on the theft of a digital camera taken from a residence in the 300 block of W. Valley St.
• An arrest was made when an officer responded to the 100 block of N. Spring St. in reference to indecent exposure.
• A report was taken on an assault that occurred the night before at Holly Market.
• A report of a hit and run in the 200 block of W. College.
• Officers responded to a report of trespassing in the 200 block of MLK.
• A report of aggravated assault in the 500 block of West St.
• A simple assault in the 200 block of Landfill Rd.
• A report of a threat in the 400 block of Mallory.
• A report of a threat with weapon at East Van Dorn and South Chesterman.
• A report of a hit and run at the Magnolia Inn.
• A report of strong arm robbery at Rankin Cr. with more than $1,000 taken.
• A report of simple assault in the 400 block of Hwy. 178 W.
• A report of commercial burglary in the 100 block of S. Memphis St. Cash and checks were taken. A suspect entered through a window in the roof.
• A report of trespassing at Days Inn.
• Responded to a report of domestic assaults in the 200 block of Shelby Dr.
The Holly Springs Police Department made one felony arrest for grand larceny. Chief Pearson said Esther McNeal, 29, was charged.
Other activity by police included – disregard for traffic devices, 2; driving while license suspended, 4; no/expired driver’s licenses, 2; no/expired tag, 6; no proof of liability insurance, 4; speeding, 7; improper passing, 3; DUI, 2; other violations, 2; reckless driving, 1; seatbelt violation, 1; leaving the scene of an accident, 1.
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