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Saturday, February 25, 2017
Saturday Crime Report
A Leoma resident reported to deputies that, following a shopping trip to Walmart in Lawrenceburg, she discovered that someone had taken her bank card then used it to make $406 in purchases.
Deputies responded to a Stephenson Road home where the victim reported that someone had stolen a Honda TRX 90 four wheeler and Honda CRF 50 motorcycle from beneath the carport beside his barn. Deputies noted there were drag marks on the ground where it appeared one of the vehicles had been moved. It appeared that it was dragged down a trail through the woods on the backside of the property. Loss in the case is $1,700.
A resident of Bluff Drive in Lawrenceburg spoke with police officers Tuesday, indicating that someone had broken into his residence while he was away. Entry was gained by breaking a window on the southeast corner of the home. A PlayStation 4 gaming system and a Toshiba brand computer were reportedly stolen, resulting in a loss of around $474.
Early Thursday morning police officers spoke with a Fall River Road couple who reported that a relative had stolen a wallet and a Dell laptop computer. They estimated their loss to total $355.
A Rabbit Trail Road resident filed a theft complaint with deputies, indicating that she was checking out at a Lawrenceburg business when she discovered that her H&R Block Emerald card was missing. Shortly afterwards she received a text message, alerting her to a fraudulent $406 transaction that had been made at Walmart.
Deputies investigated a report of a burglary at an empty house on Kelso Road that was being used for storage. The victim reported that several items, including a water heater, 50” TV, riding lawnmowers, bicycles, hardwood flooring, and a dining table and six chairs, were stolen, resulting in a loss of $1,200. Holes were found in walls where wiring had been stripped from the structure. A neighbor was able to provide a description of a suspect vehicle, saying that she had seen it at the property a few weeks prior.
Security personnel at Walmart filed two separate reports with police officers last week, indicating that a man had been caught on video shoplifting twice on the same day. During the first incident the man had concealed a JBL flip speaker, valued at $79.88 in his backpack and left the premises. He returned after only a short time and concealed a Phillips brand speaker under his jacket and left the store again. That speaker had a value of $99.88.
Police officers answered a call to Clearview Avenue Friday where a resident reported that, sometime between 11:45 the previous night and 10:00 that morning, someone had cut the outside sidewall of the passenger side rear tire on his 2006 Chevrolet Impala. Damages totaled around $140.
Officers started an investigation Sunday after a manager at McDonalds on North Locust Avenue reported that an employee had stolen $100 from the cash register. They said that the crime was shown on security video. Investigation in the matter is on-going.
Officers responded to a Granddaddy Road home Saturday where the resident reported that his Stihl brand trimmer had been stolen from his carport area. He said that he had been working out of town and had just noticed that it was missing. He was uncertain when the crime occurred. He estimated his loss to be $219.95.