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July 26, 2013

POLICE BLOTTER: Retailer reports computer theft

Following are some of the offenses, investigations and calls for service reported by the Weatherford Police Department for the period 6 a.m. Wednesday to 6 a.m. Thursday:

Computer theft

A business in the 100 block of East Interstate 20 reported the theft Monday of a laptop computer, valued at $1,399.99, reportedly taken by a juvenile suspect.

Firearm theft

A 33-year-old woman called police just before 2 a.m. Thursday to report that between 9 p.m. and the time she called police her vehicle, parked outside a business in the 2100 block of Tin Top Road, was broken into and burglarized with a pistol stolen. The gun, a Glock 21 tactical pistol with pink grips and a pink firepin retaining plate, was valued at $650. Also taken were two 13-round magazines, a carrying case, and 25 45-auto hollow-point bullets. Damaged to the vehicle window that was broken was placed at $250.

CALLS FOR SERVICE

Wednesday


7:22 a.m., stolen vehicle, 900 block of Vine Street.

12:34 p.m., fight, 800 block of  Sloan Street.

12:43 p.m., minor wreck, 2000 block of Fort Worth Highway.

1:56 p.m., suspicious person, 100 block of College Park Drive.

1:57 p.m., hit-and-run wreck, 1800 block of South Main Street.

2:21 p.m., minor wreck, 500 block of North Main Street.

2:26 p.m., theft, 800 block of Santa Fe Drive.

2:50 p.m., threats made, 200 block of Cottonwood Street.

3:50 p.m., disturbance, 1100 block of Franklin Street.

4:56 p.m., disturbance, 1200 block of South Main Street.

6:16 p.m., theft, 100 block of West Oak Street.

6:48 p.m., suspicious person/panhandling, 2000 block of Santa Fe Drive.

7:12 p.m., suspicious vehicle, 2000 block of Clear Lake Road.

10:42 p.m., suspicious person, 300 block of Love Street.

11:45 p.m., suspicious person, 1800 block of South Main Street.

Thursday

12:04 a.m., prowler, 3600 block of Cliff View Loop.

12:34 a.m., disturbance, 1700 block of Fort Worth Highway.

2:34 a.m., suspicious vehicle,

1700 block of South Main Street.

2:42 a.m., suspicious person, 500 block of Front Street.

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