West U Crime Roundup: Ten crimes reported in six days

June 17, 2016

Ten crimes were committed in West U from June 10th to June 15th, according to the city’s latest weekly crime report. The crimes ranged from burglary to found property and more.

Below are the ten crimes:

On June 10, a person walked into the city’s police lobby to report a forgery. The reportee advised that a person that he could identify had forged his signature on a personal business check. The complainant provided a copy of the check that had been forged. A report was generated.

That same day, an officer was dispatched to the 4200 block of Riley in regard to a theft of lawn leaf blowers from a yard crew working in the area. The incident was reported to have occurred at 11:20 a.m. as they stated discovering they were missing at 11:40 a.m.

Found property was also found on June 10. It involved an officer inspecting his patrol vehicle and located contraband in the back seat area that had been discarded by a suspect.

Two days later, an officer was dispatched to the 3700 block of University in reference to criminal mischief. The time of offense is unknown.

That same day, an officer was dispatched to the 4200 block of Case in reference to a theft that had occurred. During the investigation it was discovered the subject responsible for the theft was an employee of a moving company hired by the complainant. The subject was taken into custody at the scene.

On June 13, an officer observed a vehicle travelling northbound in the 5700 block of Buffalo Speedway with no rear license plate visible. The officer initiated a traffic stop in the 3100 block of Sunset. Upon further investigation it was discovered that the driver was intoxicated. The driver was subsequently arrested.

On June 14, an AT&T Blackberry cell phone which was found by a Parks and Recreation was dropped at the West U police department lobby.

On June 15, an officer was dispatched to a building in the 6100 block of Auden in regards to a request for a criminal trespass warning. Upon reviewing the facts surrounding previous circumstances, a criminal trespass warning was issued to the subject in question.

That same day, an officer observed a vehicle that failed to signal prior to turning. The vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation in the 3700 block of University Boulevard. Upon contact with the driver, an odor of marijuana was emanating from the vehicle. The vehicle was searched and a bag containing marijuana was located. The driver was subsequently arrested and charged for possession of marijuana.

An officer was dispatched to the 5800 block of Annapolis in regard to a report of a burglary of a motor vehicle that had occurred. A report was subsequently generated.