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Police Reports Oct. 4-Oct. 10

Friday, October 12, 2012

October 4

There was a report of a theft in the 300 block of East Hickory Street. A Dell Inspiron Laptop was reported stolen overnight from an unoccupied home. An individual known to the victim is being sought.

There was a report of a theft in the 700 block of East Austin Boulevard. Copper tubing from an air conditioning unit was reported stolen from a business. The theft occurred between 9 p.m. and 4 a.m. A suspicious blue Chevy S10 pickup with several occupants was observed nearby moments before the theft.

October 6

There was a report of a vehicular theft in the 700 block of North Cedar Street. A 1999 Toyota Tacoma was reported stolen by a person who was quickly identified by police. The suspect was later arrested and held, pending warrant application.

There was a report of a second-degree burglary in the 600 block of North Cedar Street. Three subjects broke a back window of an apartment and unlawfully entered the residence. Neighbors witnessed the break-in and reported the burglary to police. Two men and one woman were arrested and held, pending warrant application.

October 8

There was report of a theft in the 500 block of East Lee Street. Six solar powered yard lights were reported stolen while the resident was gone.

3:30 p.m.: An accident occurred at 200 N. Ash St. involving an SUV driven by Kayla A. Horton, Nevada, and a car driven by Tiffany J. Stroer, Nevada. No injuries were reported.

October 9

There was a report of a burglary in the 700 block of North Clay Street. A 16-inch Phillips flat screen television, PlayStation 3 console with three games, and medication were stolen from a residence. A suspect is being sought.

October 10

5:04 p.m.: A one-vehicle accident occurred in the 300 block of West Atlantic Street when a car driven by Harlie L. Kirkendoll, Nevada, swerved to miss a vehicle and went into a creek. Kirkendoll and Emily N. Knox, a passenger in the vehicle, reported minor injuries.