DWI issued when driver can?t open car door plus lost keys, theft of storage unit and cell phone stolen in store

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Seven incidents were reported by the Kennedale Police Department last week.
On Tuesday (03/04) KPD reported a DWI on Dick Price Road. At approximately 6:45 p.m. an officer was dispatched to a possible intoxicated driver. The officer located the vehicle parked sideways in a driveway. {{more}}
The male driver appeared lethargic and confused about how to open the car door, which was locked. An ambulance was called due to a possible medical condition but it became obvious upon getting the door open that the male was extremely intoxicated. The male was too intoxicated to complete a field sobriety test without being a danger to himself. He was arrested and transported to the Mansfield jail.
Early that week on 03/02, a good citizen turned in a set of keys found in the roadway at one of the roundabouts on Little School Road. The keys were secured until claimed
On Wednesday a theft of property of $500 to $1,500 was reported by T-Mobile Store on Little School Road when a cell phone was stolen. According to the report two suspects entered the store and removed a display cell phone.
On the same day in the 300 block of Bolen Road, KPD officer responded to a burglary of a storage unit. Unknown person(s) entered the unit by kicking out the wall of an adjoining unit, removing items valued at $2,854.00.
The following is the Kennedale Police Department for March 2, 2014 to March 8, 2014

3/2 Abandoned / Found Property; 300 block Little School Rd

3/2 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; 1200 block Little School Rd

3/3 Burglary of Building; 5800 block E I-20 Service Rd

3/4 DWI; 500 block S. Dick Price Rd

3/5 Burglary of Building; 300 block Bolen Rd

3/5 Theft 500 < 1500; 1200 block Little School Rd

3/5 Theft ? Bicycle 50 < 500; 200 block Collett Sublett Rd

These statistics are based on police reports. They do not

include calls where no report was written. Some of the offenses, after further

investigation may be deemed unfounded. In other words, this data should not be

construed as official statistics.

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