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Aledo ExtrA

October 7, 2013

Parker County Sheriff’s Report Sept. 19-30

Staff Reports

Sept. 19

Burglary of habitation

Deputies responded to the 100 block of Woodland Hills Drive in reference to a criminal mischief investigation. The female complainant said she left her residence in the afternoon for a few hours and returned home to find her garage door open. She said an unknown suspect entered her residence and broke several antique china pieces. A case for burglary of habitation was generated.

Sept. 18

A deputy spoke on the phone with a 41-year-old female victim who stated that an unknown suspect had damaged her vehicle in the 1300 block of Jenkins Road, Aledo. The case was forwarded to investigations for review.

Sept. 25 Criminal mischief Deputies were dispatched a little after 11 a.m. to Weatherford Physical Therapy at 519 Pine St. in Aledo in reference to a criminal mischief and contacted a female employee. The employee reported that an unknown suspect threw a rock through the front glass door of the business. She did not specify the amount of damage, but a report was created for criminal mischief, $50 — $500.

Sept. 27

Criminal mischief, theft

Between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. deputies responded to the 8600 block of the I-20 south service road in Aledo to investigate a reported burglary. Upon arrival they determined an unknown suspect broke through the front gate of the business, causing $1,000 in damage. Once inside, the suspect removed approximately 500 gallons of diesel fuel from different auxiliary located at the business worth $1,950. An offense report for criminal mischief from $1,500 to $20,000 and theft $1,500 to $20,000 was filed with the sheriff’s office.

Sept. 29


At 12:20 p.m. deputies were dispatched to the 100 block of Tanglewood Drive, Aledo, in reference to a domestic disturbance. The 50-year-old male victim reported that he had been assaulted by a juvenile family member. An offense report for assault causing bodily injury to a family member was generated.

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