- 12/15 – Assault by Contact – S. Dick Price Road: At 4:48 p.m. officers responded to a domestic assault. On arrival, a juvenile victim reported that she had been assaulted by her mother during an argument. The suspect had left the scene before officers arrived. The assault was witnessed by another family member who was still present. The victim had injuries consistent with her account of the assault.
- 12/15 – DWI – W. Kennedale Parkway: At 6:13 p.m. officers responded to a report of an accident at Kennedale Parkway and I-20. A vehicle with heavy front end damage had pulled into the parking lot of a business. A witness stated that the vehicle appeared to have just struck an object but the witness did not actually see a collision. A check with area police agencies revealed that no accidents had been reported involving a vehicle like the one wrecked. The driver/suspect had left the scene before officers arrived and he was located in a field behind the business. The suspect was passed out and medics were called to check his status. He was transported to the hospital for treatment with an officer escort. The suspect appeared to all parties to be extremely intoxicated. He was also in possession of marijuana as well as alcohol. A blood draw warrant was obtained for presentation to the hospital staff. The suspect’s blood was drawn to submit for analysis. He was left at the hospital as his condition was unknown. A warrant will be issued at a later date for his arrest. The suspect has three prior convictions for DWI.
- 12/16 – Hit and Run Accident – 100 block of S. Dick Price Road: At 5:25 a.m. officers responded to a hit and run accident. A victim reported that his trailer was struck and damaged by a vehicle that crossed the center stripe of the roadway. The vehicle, a new Camaro, fled the scene without contacting the victim. The suspect was later located at a nearby restaurant and appeared to be disoriented, possibly from injuries. He was transported to the hospital by medics for treatment. The vehicle was impounded.
- 12/16 – Recovered Runaway– Pennsylvania Avenue: At 7:23 p.m. officers responded to a report of a runaway female out of Arlington being harbored at the address. On arrival the juvenile was located but the resident was unaware that she was listed as a runaway. The female was returned to her foster home.
- 12/16 – Hit and Run Accident – W. Kennedale Parkway: At 6:46 p.m. a victim reported to police that her vehicle was struck by a female driver who left the scene. The vehicle was legally parked in a parking lot when the incident occurred. Witnesses stated that the suspect was an elderly female who struck the victim’s car several times but refused to stop when told to. Witnesses obtained a license plate number to locate the driver.
- 12/16 – Theft Under $100 – Jake Circle: At 5:58 p.m. a victim reported that an unknown suspect removed packages from her front porch during the day. Security video from the home showed a vehicle stop and a male exit the car. The male walked to the front door area and removed the packages. He re-entered the vehicle and it drove away.
- 12/17 – Assault Bodily Injury (Family Violence) – At 1:16 a.m. officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance. On arrival the officers determined that two adult brothers had been smoking marijuana and had gotten into a disagreement. The brothers began fighting with each other over the marijuana, which was missing. Both were issued citations for assault by contact as they were not injured during the fight.
- 12/18 – Assault by Contact – At 9:48 p.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance. This was the second complaint of that evening at the address. An adult male had assaulted his adult sister by pushing a door open into her arm, causing pain. The brother was arrested for the assault and transported to jail for booking.
- 12/19 – Theft $100 to $750 – Spring Branch Lane: At 4:39 p.m. a victim reported to police that his former housekeeper had stolen his credit card numbers and was making large purchases with them. The housekeeper refused to stop using the numbers or to pay the money back for the charges.
- 12/19 – Emotionally Disturbed Person – At 6:34 p.m. officers responded to a report of an emotionally disturbed female. The female stated that she feared that she would hurt herself or someone else and wanted help. She was placed in emergency detention and transported to JPS for a mental evaluation.
- 12/21 – Criminal Mischief Under $100 – 6300 block of
Treepoint Drive: At 1:50 p.m. a victim reported that her business, a self-serve
car wash, was damaged by three suspects. The suspects were observed by a
witness who related the information to the victim. The suspects left the scene
on foot before the business owner arrived. Damage was estimated at $75.00.
- 12/22 – Burglary – 1100 block of N. Little School Road: At
11:31 a.m. a victim reported to police that a male suspect had just attempted
to sell him some stolen property. The victim reported that a Kennedale home he
was preparing for an estate sale had been burglarized a few days earlier. A
male suspect entered his business in Arlington on the day of the report and
attempted to sell the stolen items back to him. The suspect was identified but
not detained as he was gone before police arrived.
- 12/22 – Theft $750 to $2,500 – Roanoke Court:
At 7:48 p.m. a victim reported that his property was stolen by an employee of a
business hired to do contract work at the home. The employee removed $810.50 in
property and cash from the residence during the overnight hours. The employee
did not show up for work and did not respond to repeated attempts at contact.
The employee was located by the contractor in another city but attempted to
assault him when confronted.
- 12/23 – Theft $750 to $2,500 – Coker Valley
Drive: At 11:45 a.m. a victim reported that a known suspect who is a family
member removed property from the victim’s garage. The suspect removed tools
valued at $789.00 and pawned them. The suspect was recently arrested on a
probation violation warrant and admitted the theft to the victim during a jail
- 12/23 – Improper Photography/Visual Recording – At 4:02 p.m. a female victim reported that her estranged husband
had been planting cameras in her bedroom to record her activities. The suspect
admitted to placing the cameras and ultimately removed them. Detectives are
consulting with the District Attorney’s office on what charges may be filed.
- 12/23 – Burglary – Tealpond Drive: At 2:46
p.m. a victim reported that a known suspect had broken into her home and stolen
her television valued at $300.00. The suspect, a homeless male, had stayed with
the victim and her roommate earlier in the month. He returned after moving out
and committed the burglary.
- 12/23 – Aggravated Assault – S. New Hope Road:
At 5:00 p.m. a victim reported to police that a known female suspect had rammed
his parked vehicle causing body damage. The victim stated that he and a female
friend had gone to a friend’s house to visit. As they were preparing to leave,
the suspect pulled into the driveway behind their vehicle. When the victim went
to the vehicle to ask her to move, the suspect pulled a knife and threatened
him. The suspect then intentionally drove forward into the parked vehicle,
causing the female passenger inside to sustain a minor injury. The suspect then
left the scene and drove home where she refused to open the door when officers
arrived later. A warrant will be issued.
- 12/24 – Forged/Altered Prescription – 300 block of W.
Kennedale Parkway: At 4:34 p.m. officers responded to a forged prescription
being passed at a pharmacy. The suspect, a female, was still on scene and had
her 12 year old son with her. The suspect admitted to trying to pass the
prescription for a friend. The suspect was arrested and the child was picked up
by the suspect’s mother. She was transported to jail for booking.