n Monday, Dec. 29, 2008: 800 Fort Worth Highway, an employee of Heritage Motors reported that between Dec. 28 and Dec. 29 unknown suspect(s) entered onto the business property and stole auto parts from a Dodge vehicle.
n Tuesday, Dec. 30: 1300 Charles Street, Bill Wright Elementary, a complainant reported that unknown suspect(s) had damaged the building by breaking six glass windows by apparently throwing rocks at the glass.
Burglary of a Vehicle
n Tuesday, Dec. 30: 700 East 2nd Street, a complainant reported that between Dec. 25 and Dec. 26 unknown suspect(s) without permission entered into two vehicles parked in his driveway. The complainant reported that the suspect(s) stole a camera and a tool bag containing communication testing equipment.
n Outstanding Warrants – 1
This Week's Circulars
- Parker County locations set to receive COVID-19 vaccine
- All-Palo Pinto County UIL volleyball team announced; Strawn whiz kid takes MVP honors
- Parker County tops 100 COVID deaths; Registration underway for vaccinations
- Mineral Wells ISD names two athletic directors
- Over 2,000 receive first dose in Parker County vaccinations; 83 now fully vaccinated
- Domestic dispute results in woman being shot, suspect arrested
- PPGH to assist in COVID vaccines; Registration form now online
- Dynamic duo: Sisters open mobile health clinic in Mineral Wells
- State announces list of vaccination hubs
- All-Parker County UIL volleyball team announced
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