Seven incidents were recorded for the week including one indecent exposure and three thefts.
The following is based on the City of Kennedale Police reports for the time period given. This does not include calls for which no report was written, and some of these offenses — after further investigation — may be deemed unfounded. Read more @ http://www.cityofkennedale.com/99/Police
Incident report for the week of November 22-28, 2020
11/23 — Fraudulent Use/Possession of Identifying Information Fawn Meadow Trail … At 12:33 p.m. a victim reported that an unknown person filed for fictitious unemployment benefits using her identity.
11/23 — Indecent Exposure W. Kennedale Parkway … At 3:22 p.m. officers responded to a report of indecent exposure. A customer and two business employees observed a male in their parking lot committing a lewd act. The victims wrote statements and the male, who was located by arriving officers, was taken into custody for transport to jail.
11/23 — Theft $2,500 to $30,000 W. Kennedale Parkway … At 6:55 p.m. a victim reported that his vehicle was stolen by a known female suspect. The vehicle was stolen from a convenience store when the victim left the suspect in the car to make a purchase.
11/24 — Theft $100 to $750 Woodland Court … An officer was dispatched to meet with a victim in regards to stolen items. The victim stated that he invited a female to stay at his home during the past few days and that items were missing from the home. A check of dispatch records showed that the male had made the same complaint four days earlier when the female was on the scene. She had none of the missing items at the time.
11/27 — Theft $100 to $750 Peachtree Court … At 12:33 a.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance. A female victim reported that a known male suspect had stolen her phone from the residence. The suspect was not present at the time of the report.
11/27 — Application for Mental Detention and Observation Kennedale …
At 9:07 a.m. officers responded to an emotionally disturbed person. An adult male was observed in a driveway and appeared to be having a mental crisis. The male was reported by a witness to have threatened to kill himself. He was taken into custody for an emergency mental detention and evaluation. He was transported to JPS Hospital.
11/28 — Voluntary Emergency Detention Kennedale … At 7:08 p.m. a female juvenile was reported to be making threats to do self-harm. The officers were familiar with the juvenile from previous calls at the residence. The juvenile’s mother arrived while officers were on the scene. An officer gave the juvenile a courtesy transport to JPS Hospital where her mother took custody of her and did a voluntary admission for an emergency mental detention and evaluation.
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.