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KPD Police reports August 21 – September 3

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The following reports were in addition to on-going investigations by the Kennedale Polic Department. These do not include calls where no report was written Some of the offenses, after further investigation, may have been deemed unfounded. {{more:Read more …}} Read more at Kennedale

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Incident Reports …
08/22 ? Sexual Assault ? Oak Crest Drive: At 9:45 p.m. officers were dispatched to a report of a sexual assault. A 26 year old female was found standing in the roadway, intoxicated and stating that she had been sexually assaulted by two men at a residence. The female stated that she had been drinking alcohol and passed out. When she regained consciousness she was in a bedroom and realized she had been sexually assaulted. She got dressed and left the residence, which is not her own. The victim provided a description of the suspects involved in the offense. The victim was then transported to Harris Hospital for a sexual assault exam and treatment of her injuries. Officers located the residence, which is known to officers due to prior calls for service. Several males were located and interviewed. The bedroom where the alleged offense took place was also checked by officers. The case remains open and under investigation.
08/24 ? Fictitious License Plate ? 1200 block of W. Kennedale Parkway: At 12:09 p.m. an officer observed a red Dodge truck parked at a business. The truck had a tanning bed in the back and was unoccupied. The license plate registered to a 1999 Ford. The officer made contact with business personnel in an attempt to locate the operator. As officers were checking the vehicle the male operator walked up. The male stated that he had purchased the truck from his father with the plate on it. He also did not have an entry key to the truck as he lost it and had to crawl into the vehicle through a window. Once the truck was opened the officers checked the VIN for a stolen report. The VIN registered to the Dodge truck, which was not reported stolen at the time of contact. The officer seized the plate and sticker as evidence and the vehicle was released to the owner.
08/25 ? Emergency Mental Detention ? At 6:09 p.m. officers responded to a suicidal person. A mentally challenged resident of a group home was attempting to cut his wrist and stated that he wanted to go to a hospital for mental evaluation. The resident was transported to a local hospital for evaluation.
08/26 ? Possession of Marijuana ? Mansfield Cardinal Road: At 12:56 p.m. an officer was investigating a loud vehicle when he drove up on a single-vehicle accident. A white Chevrolet sports car appeared to have skidded into the ditch. No one was around the vehicle, which was smoking. The fire department responded to check for fire hazards and a wrecker was dispatched to impound the vehicle. The registration came back to a nearby residence but no one answered the door when officers attempted contact. Officers later observed lights turning on and off in the residence, indicating that someone was home but would not answer the door. Fire department personnel found a bag of marijuana in the passenger compartment of the vehicle during their safety check. A neighbor came out and reported to officers on scene that he has seen the vehicle being operated in a reckless manner in the past. The neighbor provided a description of the vehicle driver. The marijuana was placed in evidence and the vehicle was impounded.
08/26 ? Accident ? 1300 block of W. Kennedale Parkway: At 6:20 p.m. a victim reported that his vehicle had been struck by another vehicle being chased by several Arlington police units. The vehicle did not stop as it struck the victim?s vehicle. Arlington P.D. confirmed the pursuit and stated that the vehicle was being chased as it was reported stolen out of Fort Worth. The suspect evaded Arlington officers while driving back into Fort Worth on Loop 820.
08/26 ? Death Investigation ? 3800 block of S. New Hope Road: At 10:02 p.m. Kennedale P.D. was contacted by the medical examiner?s office about a death at Texas Raceway earlier in the evening. An officer responded to the raceway as the police had not been called for the accident at the time of occurrence. Track personnel reported that at 8:37 p.m. a 77 year old male had been involved in a single-vehicle accident while racing. The male lost control of the vehicle and crashed into the retaining walls twice. The vehicle drove the length of the track, coming to rest on the next door property. The male was transported by Kennedale Fire/Rescue to JPS Hospital where he was pronounced deceased at 9:30 p.m. The cause of death will be determined by the M.E.
08/26 ? Theft $2,500 to $30,000 ? 1200 block of W. Kennedale Parkway: At 8:22 p.m. a victim reported that his 1991 Harley Davidson motorcycle was stolen while he was inside a convenience store. The vehicle was taken by an unknown white male. The offense was captured on video.
08/27 ? Public Intoxication ? 1200 block of W. Kennedale Parkway: At 6:28 a.m. officers responded to a call about two intoxicated males. The males were located in a white Toyota pickup sitting in front of a convenience store. Both males were intoxicated and were arrested. They were transported to jail for booking. The vehicle was impounded.
8/28 – Driving While Intoxicated – 300 block Spring Branch Lane: At 2:14 a.m. an officer observed a vehicle stopped on the wrong side of the road. The vehicle was running and a 32 year old make was behind the wheel. The male was extremely disoriented and smelled of an alcoholic beverage. He was unable to successfully complete a field sobriety assessment and was arrested for DWI. The male was transported to jail for booking, where he refused to give a breath sample. A blood draw warrant was obtained and the jail medical staff obtained the sample to place in evidence.
8/28 – Duty on Striking Fixture/ Landscape – 300 block W. Kennedale Parkway: At 7:40 a.m. officers responded to a hit and run accident. A truck pulling a trailered race car had struck a utility pole and left the scene. The vehicle was located in a nearby neighborhood. The driver of the vehicle was a male who appeared to be intoxicated. After being interviewed by the officers, the male was placed under arrest for the hit and run as well as DWI and transported to jail for booking.
8/28 – Warrant Arrest for Other Agency – 1200 block W. Kennedale Parkway: At 7:20 p.m. an officer observed an assault in progress on a parking lot. The male suspect attempted to leave and was detained by the officer. The victim, another male, had visible injuries but refused to press charges. The suspect had active arrest warrants out of Forest Hill and was taken to their jail for booking.
8/29 ? Fraudulent Use/Possession of Identifying Information – 900 block Shady Creek Drive: At 11:29 a.m. a victim reported that unknown person(s) opened a Pay Pal credit account in his name. The victim had no idea who opened the account. An identity theft packet was provided for completion.
8/29 – Burglary – 3800 block Kennedale New Hope Road: At 10:35 a.m. personnel with a business reported a burglary. Person(s) unknown had entered several office areas overnight and removed a safe, cash, and checks. Fingerprint evidence was left at the scene and was collected for investigators.
8/29 ? Theft – $2,500 to $30,000 – Peachtree Court: At 2:30 p.m. a victim reported that his Volvo sedan was stolen by a known male suspect. The suspect reportedly left the vehicle with the keys in it off of Miller Street in Fort Worth. It was allegedly later stolen from that location. The vehicle was entered as stolen.
8/30 – Online Solicitation of a Minor – Mansfield Cardinal Road: At 1:26 p.m. a counselor and her juvenile client met an officer at the police department. The counselor stated that the victim made an outcry during a session about talking to an adult male through a smart phone messaging app. The male sent the victim numerous photos that were sexual in nature even though he knew she was a juvenile. A report was generated and investigators will follow up.
8/30 – Deadly Conduct – S. New Hope Road: At 7:41 p.m. an officer responded to a report of a person with a gun. The reporting person/victim stated that while at his ex-wife?s home picking up his child, the ex-wife?s boyfriend and the victim got into a verbal altercation. The boyfriend allegedly displayed a handgun but did not point it at the victim. Upon contacting the suspect at the residence no weapon was found. The suspect denied having a weapon but did state that he had a black vapor device in his hand, which may have been mistaken for a handgun.
8/31 – Abandoned/Found Property – 500 block Sublett Road: At 7:32 a.m. an officer observed an abandoned bicycle near the sidewalk. No owner could be located and the bike was impounded for safe keeping.
8/31 – Burglary – 7000 block E. Kennedale Parkway: At 7:15 a.m. an employee reported a business burglary. Person(s) unknown entered the office area after hours, and removed cash and an electronic tablet. No forced entry was observed and it is possible that the suspect(s) had a key.
8/31 ? Vehicle Burglary – 1200 block W. Kennedale Parkway: At 11:50 a.m. a victim reported that two unknown males had removed several hundred dollars in unsecured tools from the bed of his Ford work truck. The truck was parked outside of a business while the victim was inside. The suspects were photographed by a witness as they left. A license plate was observed in the photo. Investigators will follow up.
9/01 – Possession Marijuana < 2oz. – 1000 block Mansfield Cardinal Road: At 3:33 a.m. an officer stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation. The driver had multiple active arrest warrants out of both Dalworthington Gardens and Arlington. As he was being removed from the vehicle the officer smelled marijuana inside of the vehicle. Officers located marijuana and related paraphernalia in the vehicle. The driver was arrested for the narcotics as well as the warrants. He was transported to jail for booking.
9/01 – Assault against an Elderly or Disabled Individual – At 12:02 p.m. a female complainant reported the abuse of a mentally disabled adult living at a group home. The complainant stated that she was employed by Adult Protective Services but refused to provide any identifying information to the officer. After making the report the officer advised her that he would need a copy of her intake report, which has not been provided at this time.
9/01 – Death Investigation – 600 block Mansfield Cardinal Road: At 8:30 a.m. officers responded to an overdose involving a 21 year old female. The female was found unresponsive by family members and appeared to have taken an overdose of an unknown prescription drug. CPR efforts were unsuccessful. The victim was transported to a hospital but was pronounced deceased.
9/02 – Duty on Striking Unattended Vehicle – 1200 block W. Kennedale Parkway: At 3:31 p.m. a victim reported his vehicle was backed into by a vehicle driven by a male. The suspect left the scene without making a report. Several witnesses to the accident were available for interview.
9/02 – Burglary – 200 block Village Street: At 7:40 p.m. a victim reported that a storage building at the KYA Park was broken into. Unknown person(s) removed sports equipment.
9/03 – Aggravated Robbery – At 12:13 a.m. a victim reported that two males had entered his home while he was sleeping. One of the males held a knife to the victim and threatened him over a previous incident with the suspect?s sister. The suspect then took the victim?s cell phone and left. The suspect was known to the victim as well as the officers on scene. The suspect was located nearby approximately one hour later and was arrested for the offense. He was transported to jail but was acting very erratically. Officers were called to respond back to the jail to transport the suspect to JPS for treatment. The suspect had injured himself by running into the wall of his cell until he bled. The suspect had apparently ingested both methamphetamine and GHB before being stopped and arrested. His erratic behavior was possibly triggered by this, according to jail medical personnel. The suspect was taken to JPS for an emergency mental detention and released to their custody.

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