Thursday, November 11, 2010
Officers investigate incidents
The Holly Springs Police Department took 19 incident reports last week, according to chief Robert Pearson.
Sunday, Oct. 31
• A simple assault report in the area of Rust Avenue.
• An armed robbery report in the area of MLK Drive.
• An aggravated assault report in the area of Rust Avenue.
Monday, Nov. 1
• A malicious mischief report (stealing copper) in the 100 block of West Woodward Avenue.
• A simple assault in the area of Memphis Street.
Tuesday, Nov. 2
• Burglary of a residence ($800 in coins stolen) in the 600 block of Cottrell Avenue.
• A simple assault in the Bonner Street area.
• A shoplifting in the 400 block of Craft Street.
• A simple assault in the 200 block of McCoy.
Wednesday, Nov. 3
• A disorderly conduct report in the 100 block of West College.
• A shoplifting report in the 900 block of Mackie Drive.
Thursday, Nov. 4
• A simple assault on a police officer in the 100 block of Walthall.
Friday, Nov. 5
• A malicious mischief was reported in the 500 block of Woodland Heights. Two windows were shattered.
• A simple assault in the 400 block of South Maury Street.
• A burglary of a residence (clothing taken) in the 100 block of Park Avenue.
• A report of disorderly conduct in the 600 block of Rosaland Drive.
Saturday, Nov. 6
• A report of armed robbery in the 100 block of East College Avenue. Sixty Lortab tablets were stolen.
• A malicious mischief report in the 100 block of Academy Drive.
• A burglary of a commercial building (theft of vehicle parts) in the 500 block of Sanders Drive.
Officers reported these additional activities for the week - driving while license suspended, 3; no/expired driver’s license, 3; no proof of insurance, 2; careless driving, 1; reckless driving, 1; failure to yield, 1; domestic violence/simple assault, 1; and contempt of court, 5.
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