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KPD Incident Reports for June 17- June 30, 2018

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The Kennedale Police Department reported the following 11 incidents for the two week period June 17 through June 30, 2018. The reports included burglary, criminal mischief, DWI, hit and run, abandon vehicle and assault by contact. {{more: continue …}}

These reports and others were in addition to on-going investigations. These do not include calls where no report was written. Some of the offenses, after further investigation, may have been deemed unfounded.
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Incident Reports

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6/18 – Burglary – Creekside Court: At 12:06 p.m. a report was filed reference a burglary. The reporting party stated that her late father?s safe in his residence had been opened. Person(s) unknown removed numerous items of jewelry and coins worth several hundred dollars. The offense is alleged to have occurred in the first week of June, 2018.
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6/18 – Application for Mental Detention and Observation – At 11:30 a.m. officers responded to an emotionally disturbed person. An 86 year old male was on scene and was refusing to go back to his dementia treatment facility. The male had been temporarily released from the facility to his daughter. After a period of time, officers convinced the male to voluntarily be committed to Sundance Hospital.
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6/21 – Abandoned/ Found Property – E. IH 20: At 8:59 a.m. an employee of Goodwill contacted police. A donation had been received the day before. While going through the items, a .32 caliber Colt handgun was found wrapped in paper. The weapon did not show to be stolen. It was entered in a national database as lost. Officers are trying to locate the owner.
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6/22 – Criminal Mischief $100 to $750 – Parkview Trail: At 8:08 p.m. a victim reported that two vehicles belonging to family members had been vandalized. Person(s) unknown had sprayed purple spray paint on the vehicle while they were parked in the driveway.
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6/23 – Vehicle Burglary – 4th Street: At 8:31 p.m. a victim reported that person(s) unknown had entered his unlocked vehicle while it was parked in front of his home. Several items were taken including a cell phone. A trace on the cell phone showed that it turned onto the system at a residence a short distance away. Officers went to the location but no one was home.
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Incident Reports
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6/25 – Driving While Intoxicated – Mansfield Highway: On this date an officer stopped a vehicle for investigation of DWI. The adult female driver exhibited signs of intoxication and denied having had any alcohol to drink. She was unable to successfully complete a field sobriety assessment. She was arrested and transported to jail for booking. Pursuant to a search warrant, the female was transported to a hospital for a mandatory blood draw.
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6/25 – Burglary – W. Kennedale Parkway: At 5:47 a.m. a victim reported that unknown suspect(s) broke into a business during the overnight hours. Two cash registers were pried open and an unknown amount of cash taken. Entry was gained by breaking a small window.
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6/27 – Application for Mental Detention and Observation -? At 8:09 p.m. officers responded to a report of an emotionally disturbed adult female. The female is known to officers through prior contacts as someone who struggles with mental illness. According to a family member, the female had not been taking her medication and was acting erratically. She had physically struck the family member but did not cause injury. The female was detained and transported to JPS Hospital for an emergency evaluation.

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6/27 – Driving While Intoxicated – W. Kennedale Parkway: At 5:36 p.m. an officer received a call of an intoxicated driver. The officer located the vehicle at a traffic light but it took multiple police units to get the driver, an adult female, to stop. The driver exhibited signs of intoxication and was unable to successfully complete a field sobriety assessment. She was arrested and transported to jail for booking and a blood draw.
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6/29 – Abandoned Vehicle – W. Kennedale Parkway: At 11:45 p.m. an officer observed a male in a business exit the property without paying for merchandise. The officer detained the male and took him back into the store where he was allowed to pay for the items taken. As the officer was leaving he noticed that the temporary license plate on the male?s vehicle was expired and he waited to speak to the male when he exited the building. An employee came out and told the officer that the male had run out of the opposite end of the business and left the property. The vehicle still had the keys in the ignition. The vehicle did not show to be stolen but the registered owner could not be contacted and the male never returned. The vehicle was impounded for safekeeping pending further investigation.

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6/28 ? Hit and Run Accident – Little School Road: At 10:11 p.m. a victim reported that his vehicle had been struck in the front end by a second vehicle that abruptly changed lanes. The second vehicle fled the scene without stopping. The victim was able to get a vehicle description and license plate number for the suspect vehicle.
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6/29 – Assault by Contact – S. New Hope Road: At 11:40 a.m. officers responded to a report of a disturbance. Two adult females had been in an altercation and one was alleging assault on the other. Further investigation revealed that while there was contact between the two, it was unintentional and no assault occurred.
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