Burglary of a vehicle; 5300 block of Northway. Unknown persons entered an unlocked vehicle and removed a laptop computer.
Possession of a controlled substance-possession of marijuana; 1400 block of Orton Street. Officers stopped a vehicle occupied by a suspect known to have outstanding warrants. Two suspects were found to be in possession of marijuana and a controlled substance. The two were arrested
Unattended death; 1500 block of Dolphin Street. A female was found deceased in her home. No obvious signs of foul play.
Burglary of a habitation; 3100 block of Logan Circle. Entry was forced to a residence and a jar of change was taken along with a sony play station.
Burglary of a coin operated machine; 1500 block of South Street. Entry was forced to the change compartment and an undetermined amount of change taken.
Burglary of a vehicle; 2700 block of Logan Circle. Some cash and a pair of sunglasses were taken from inside a vehicle where entry was forced.
Assault; 800 block of Jordan Street. During a disturbance, a known suspect struck complainant in the face.
Burglary of a vehicle; 2800 block of pearl. An unlocked vehicle was entered and a small amount of change taken.
Criminal mischief-resisting arrest; 1300 block of pruitthill. Byron McClelland damaged complainant's door. Upon officer's arrival, the suspect resisted arrest and transport.
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