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September 1, 2013

POLICE BLOTTER: Sweet-toothed burglar

Sweet-toothed burglar

A reported burglary in the 900 block of Charles Street resulted in the reported theft of $50 worth of candy bars from the Weatherford Little League association.

The burglary reportedly happened between 2:30 p.m. Tuesday and 10 a.m. Thursday.

Ring, cash theft

An elderly woman in the 200 block of Harmon Street told police a man who came to her house to reportedly work on her electricity went inside her home and stole a $300 diamond ring and $75 cash.

The incident reportedly took place between 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Thursday.

The ring was described as a marquise blue sapphire ring with small diamonds around it.

Lawn tools theft

A man in the 100 block of Shady Lane reported the theft Thursday of two grass trimmers and a leaf blower he said were taken from a flat-bed trailer parked outside his home. All three items were Stihl models with a combined value of $1,023.

CALLS FOR SERVICE

Thursday


10:48 a.m., criminal trespass, 300 block of North Main Street.

11:12 a.m., theft in progress, 200 block of East Spring Street.

1:19 p.m., minor wreck, 2100 block of Bethel Road.

1:38 p.m., minor wreck, 1200 block of Mineral Wells Highway.

3 p.m., disturbance, 200 block of  Atwood Court.

3:19 p.m., suspicious person, 300 block of South Alamo Street.

3:58 p.m., minor wreck, 2000 block of Fort Worth Highway.

5:31 p.m., domestic disturbance, 900 block of Eureka Street.

6:45 p.m., suspicious vehicle, 1300 block of King Street.

7:26 p.m., animal call, 200 block of Hickory Lane.

9:54 p.m., suspicious vehicle, 100 block of West I-20.

10:03 p.m., intoxicated person, 100 block of West I-20.

Friday

12:31 a.m., suspicious person, 300 block of Adams Drive.

1:49 a.m., disturbance, 200 block of College Park Drive.

2:49 a.m., suspicious vehicle, 1800 block of South Main Street.

 

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