A bevy of crimes were reported to the West University Police Department including three arrests for past warrants, according to the latest West U PD Weekly Crime Report for April 22 through April 29. All three of the warrant arrests were via the assistance of another city’s police department.
On April 22, West U officers were dispatched to the 4800 block of Kirby to meet up with Harris County Precinct 7 to pick up a subject with outstanding West U warrants. Upon arrival the officers placed the subject into custody and transported him to the West U city jail.
The next warrant arrest occurred on April 23 when officers were dispatched to the Houston Police Department Southeast jail facility to pick up a subject with outstanding warrants from West U. Officers placed the subject into custody and transported him to the West U city jail.
On April 25 officers were dispatched to meet with a Fort Bend County Deputy to pick up a prisoner who had warrants from West U. The officer placed the prisoner into custody and transported him to the West U city jail.
Three burglaries were reported starting with the April 22 theft of a vehicle in the 6500 block of Westchester. An officer gathered the necessary information to generate a case for theft of a vehicle.
On April 24 an officer was dispatched to the 5800 block of Annapolis in regards to a burglary of a residence that had already occurred. The officer met with the complainant who advised that an unknown person entered the unsecured garage and took some of her belongings. The officer filed a report concerning the incident.
The second stolen vehicle was reported on April 25 when a victim went to the West U PD lobby to report a burglary of a vehicle. The vehicle was left unsecured in the 6300 block of Westchester.
On April 25 an officer was dispatched to the 5300 block of Kirby in regards to a commercial burglary alarm. It was discovered by the officer that an unknown subject forced entry through the front door and took property.
A stolen front license plate on April 23 caused an officer to be dispatched to the 4200 block of Byron. The necessary information was gathered to generate a report.
Lost property was reported to officers on April 27 and April 28. The former was in regards to a children’s bicycle being found in the 2900 block of Quenby. The latter dealt with a set of keys being turned in at the West U PD lobby. The keys were found at the intersection of Rice and Wakeforest.
On April 25 officers were dispatched to an assault that occurred in the 4000 block of Bellaire. The suspect was detained and transported to Ben Taub Hospital for a mental evaluation.
A minor accident was reported on April 26. The accident occurred at the West U PD lobby. Information was gathered to generate a report.