Parking Lot Smash and Grab, Bicycle Theft, Other West U Crimes

May 13, 2014

Parking Lot Smash and Grab
At 10:05 pm, an officer was dispatched to 3636 Rice, Tiny’s No. 5, in regards to a burglary of a motor vehicle that already occurred. Upon investigation, it was discovered that an unknown subject(s) shattered the victim’s rear passenger window and took items without permission.

Bicycle Theft
At 4:15 pm, an officer was dispatched to the 6500 block of Vanderbilt in reference to a burglary of a building that had already occurred. Upon the officer’s arrival, the victim stated an unknown person(s) removed his bicycle from his garage without his consent.

Arrested for Suspended Licence and Drug Paraphernalia 
An officer, was on uniform patrol in the area of 3600 Corondo Court. While on patrol in the area, the officer observed a traffic violation. The officer stopped the vehicle and found that the driver, who had a criminal record, was driving while license invalid. The driver was arrested and during the vehicle inventory narcotic paraphernalia was located. The subject was transported to the West University Place jail, where he was booked in for dwls and cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Delivery Box Theft
At 10:46 am, an officer was dispatched to the 2600 block of Wroxton in reference to a suspicious person. The complainant stated a subject removed something from an Amazon box and left eastbound on Wroxton across Kirby. Upon officer’s arrival and after further investigation, the box and its contents belonged to a resident in the 3900 block of Arnold.

Jewelry Theft
At 12:45 pm, a police officer was dispatched to the 4200 block of Albans in reference to a theft, which had already occurred. The victim stated she discovered several pieces of jewelry were missing, before leaving for church. Information was gathered and a report was generated.

Identity Stolen
At 7:03pm an officer was dispatch to the 2800 block of Bissonnet to meet with a victim of fraud. The officer arrived on-scene and met with the victim who advised that an unknown person used without consent their personal identifying information with intent to defraud. Several accounts at Houston area telecom stores were opened.