Burglary of a vehicle; 1100 block of Hackberry. A bottle of cologne was taken from an unsecured vehicle.
Criminal trespass; 500 block of North Street. Unknown persons broke a window on a building and went inside. Nothing was taken.
Theft; 400 block of Edwards Street. A leaf blower was stolen from near the street.
Burglary of a vehicle; 1500 block of north street. A vehicle had forced entry and several items of personal property were taken.
Theft; 2800 block of North Street. Antonio Bennett was observed taking two 32" televisions out of the front door without paying. He was arrested.
Burglary of a vehicle; 1200 block of Douglass Road. An iPod was reported taken from inside an unsecured vehicle.
Criminal mischief; 1800 block of shady brook. Unknown persons broke a window out of a parked vehicle.
Theft; 1700 block of shady brook. A package that was delivered by ups was stolen from a residence before the owner received it.
Aggravated assault; 5300 block of Northway. Henry waters cut a male victim on the hand during a disturbance. He was arrested.
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