- Total Service Calls for the Week 581
- Miscellaneous Calls 30
- Area/Business Checks 401
- Special Details 4
- Assist Other Agency/Citizens 4
- Residential/Commercial Alarms 12
- Follow-Up Investigations 4
- Animal Control 9
Significant Calls of the Week: (These calls include hit-run, domestic disturbance, outstanding warrant, theft, criminal trespass, and assault)
E. Mistletoe Dr. – Officers responded to a domestic disturbance. The complainant advised a family member damaged their property and assaulted them in the process. Charges filed.
N. Little School Rd. at Pennsylvania Ave. – Officers were dispatched to a minor crash involving two vehicles. No injuries were reported.
W Kennedale Parkway – While conducting an after-hours business check, officers made contact with a subject who had warrants. The subject was arrested and transported to jail without incident.
E. Kennedale Parkway – Officers assisted another agency in locating a missing person.
Pennsylvania Ave – A complainant advised their vehicle was damaged after being struck by an unknown vehicle. Officers took a hit and run report and charges were filed.
W. Kennedale Parkway at N. Dick Price Rd. – Officers responded to a hit and run accident. The complainant advised a vehicle had crossed into their lane and struck their vehicle causing damage. The suspect vehicle did not stop to render aid or exchange insurance information.
3rd St.– Officers were dispatched to a theft report. The complainant reported that two AC units were stolen sometime over the weekend. A theft report was taken.
W. Kennedale Parkway – Officers responded to a minor crash. No injuries were reported.
W. Kennedale Parkway – Officers were dispatched to the location for a criminal trespass warning violation. Upon arrival, officers determined that the subject needed medical attention. Paramedics transported subject to hospital. Officers advised the subject that a warrant would be issued for the violation.
W. Kennedale Parkway – A complainant requested a criminal trespass warning for an individual at the location causing a disturbance.
Wildcat Way – An officer took an assault report.
S. Eden Rd. – Officers responded to a domestic disturbance. The victim had visible injuries and witnesses were interviewed. Charges were filed for Assault Family Violence.
E. Mistletoe Dr. – Officers were dispatched to a welfare concern. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the subjects involved and contacted the appropriate agency to conduct a follow-up.
Kennedale Parkway – An officer made contact with an individual who had an active warrant. The subject was arrested and transported to jail without incident.
Colbi St. – Officers responded to a general disturbance. The complainant advised they were assaulted by an unknown individual after throwing a bottle at the person’s car which caused minor damage. Officers arrested one individual for Assault and Burglary of a Habitation and wrote the complainant a citation for Reckless Damage.
NOTE: The above items are based on police reports. They do not include calls for which no report was written, and some of these offenses — after further investigation — may be deemed unfounded. Therefore, this data should not be viewed as or used to calculate official statistics.