Thursday, November 4, 2010
Police investigate larceny, mischief
Calls concerning malicious mischief dominated the Holly Springs Police Department report for the week of October 24-30.
Chief Robert Pearson released the following list of calls.
Monday, Oct. 25
• In the 200 block of North Memphis, there was a report of malicious mischief. A vehicle was damaged.
• There was a report of grand larceny in the 100 block of West Woodward. Aluminum frames, air conditioner condensers, copper lines and fittings were stolen.
Wednesday, Oct. 27
• Malicious mischief was reported in the 800 block of West Lake Drive.
• There was a report of a burglary of a dwelling in the 400 block of Ridgecrest. Nothing was reported missing from the scene.
• Malicious mischief was reported in the 100 block of West Woodward. Ceiling tiles and wiring were damaged.
Thursday, Oct. 28
• In the 300 block of West College Avenue, there was a report of malicious mischief. A mailbox was damaged.
• Forgery was reported in the 700 block of Highway 7 South.
Friday, Oct. 29
• In the 200 block of West College, there was a report of malicious mischief. A vehicle window was shattered.
Saturday, Oct. 30
• Petit larceny was reported in the 300 block of N. West St. A tire and rim were stolen.
• In the area of East Valley and Walthall, there was a report of simple assault.
• Statutory rape was reported in the area of North Chesterman.
Officers also reported the following activities for the week – speeding, 2; disregard for traffic device, 1; driving while license suspended, 2; no/expired driver’s license, 3; no proof of insurance, 1; improper equipment, 1; passing school bus, 1; exhibiting a weapon, 1; disobeying a police officer, 1; receiving stolen property, 1; stalking/repeatedly following, 1; contributing/delinquency/minor, 1; contempt of court, 7.
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