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Kennedale Police Reports for April 21 through April 27, 2019

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The Kennedale Police Department reported the following 9 incidents for the one week period April 21, 2019 through April 27, 2019. The reports included criminal mischief, possession of control possession and burglary. {{more: continue …}}
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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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Police Reports …
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4/21 – Criminal Mischief $100 to $750 – Woodland Court: At 9:37 p.m. an officer responded to a criminal mischief complaint. A victim reported that he had parked his vehicle, a white Ford 500, in the driveway at 4:00 p.m. on the 21st. At 9:00 p.m. he found the driver side window broken when he attempted to drive the vehicle again. Nothing was missing from inside the vehicle. It appeared that entry was attempted but not accomplished.

4/21 – Criminal Mischief Under $100 – At 10:18 p.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance. A male suspect was detained for breaking out a rear window of a tan 1999 Oldsmobile. A male and female were present at the time that the offense occurred. The suspect came to the location and observed the female with the victim male at his (suspect?s) residence. He became angry and threw a rock through the rear window of the male victim?s vehicle.

4/22 – Application for Mental Detention and Observation – Sublett Road: At 8:23 a.m. officers responded to a report of an emotionally disturbed male armed with a large knife. The subject was located and officers made contact. He did have a large knife in the side pocket of a back pack. The male?s behavior and speech were erratic and he appeared to be having a mental episode of some type. The male told officers that he was bipolar and suffered from schizophrenia. The male was detained for his safety and transported to JPS for an emergency mental detention and evaluation.

4/22 – Criminal Mischief (Substantial Inconvenience) – At 4:55 p.m. an officer responded to a criminal mischief complaint. A complainant stated that his neighbor was trespassing on to his (the complainant?s) property to dig drainage trenches. The complainant stated that he has asked the neighbor not to enter the property to dig trenches. Upon contacting the neighbor, the officer was informed that the developer for both homes had dug the trenched to allow for drainage run off. The neighbor stated that the complainant kept filling in the trenches and causing flooding on his property. The neighbor was advised that he could not enter the other property.
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4/22 – Fail to Identify (Fugitive from Justice) – E. Kennedale Parkway: At 9:31 p.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance. As officers arrived a vehicle was observed leaving the residence. The vehicle was stopped and the two male occupants were identified. The passenger identified himself verbally as he had no identification on him. Further investigation proved that the passenger was in fact part of the domestic disturbance. He admitted to lying about his identity due to his having a felony arrest warrant issued for him. The warrant was confirmed and he was placed under arrest. He was also charged with Failure to Identify (Fugitive). There was no assault that occurred during the domestic so no charges were filed. He was transported to jail for booking.

4/23 – Indecency w/ Child -? At 6:20 p.m. an officer received a report of uninvited sexual contact between two students at the junior high school. The suspect was listed as a juvenile female and the victim a juvenile male.
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4/24 – Burglary – North Road: At 5:31 p.m. a victim reported that unknown person(s) had entered her residence without permission. The victim reported that the front door was not secured fully and this is how entry was made. The suspect(s) removed several items valued at $349.00
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4/26 – Possession Control Substance, Possession Marijuana – W. Kennedale Parkway: At 9:00 p.m. an officer stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation. As the vehicle was coming to a stop dispatch advised that the license plate on the vehicle, a red Ford F250, was reported stolen out of Arlington. The adult female driver and her adult male passenger were removed from the vehicle and secured. The license was confirmed as stolen but the truck was clear. The female was found to be in possession of marijuana and cocaine. She also had arrest warrants out of four cities. The female was transported to jail for booking.
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4/26 – Burglary – W. Kennedale Parkway: At 6:03 a.m. officers responded to a burglar alarm at a business. Officers found the rear door had been forced open. A business representative responded to inspect the premises. Security video showed the suspect entering through the rear door and removing items from the stock. An inventory will be needed to tell what was taken.?

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