A 56-year-old FL woman who is a live-in caretaker for a Woodmill Dr. man failed to appreciate his kindness on July 21 at 2:52PM. She had been drinking and arguing with him; he called WPD and asked that she be taken to a local hotel. She got a room, but took a cab back to the house 2 hours later and started in on him again. She was then arrested for DCI.
A 51-year-old female clerk at a Main St. store was punched in the stomach in the course of a strong-arm robbery on July 20 around 5:30PM. Two black female suspects, both over six feet tall, apprx. 300lbs. with medium length black hair entered the store and separated. One put 2 pr. of jeans into her bag, and then hit the clerk when she tried to recover them. The suspects fled in a burgundy Ford with a Hawaiian lei on the visor. The victim had to get permission from corporate HQ to report the matter; said permission was not granted until July 21.
A Hunters Pt. man was notified by his tax preparer on July 21 that some unknown suspect had submitted a false return to the IRS. On July 22, he found out that a replacement debit card for his bank account was to be sent to a Tampa, FL address. That card was cancelled before it could be used.
A 23-year-old Columbia Station woman and a 20-year-old Lakewood man were arrested for RSP and PCT (Possession of Criminal Tools) after a July 23 theft of 2 19in TV sets from a Center Ridge Rd. store. The suspects fled the scene, but not before a store employee got the license plate number off their vehicle. Lakewood PD stopped the vehicle at the owner’s residence; WPD recovered the TVs and made the arrests. PCT stems from the use of the car to transport the stolen goods.
A 27in brown Free Spirit bike was taken from a Center Ridge Rd. man’s back stoop on the night of July 22. No suspects.
Coins, a camera, and jewelry belonging to 2 related families disappeared from a Hunters Point residence between June 18 and 29 as one household moved to a new home in Avon. 3 different movers were involved in the transfer of the furniture and furnishings; the missing items are valued at a minimum of $45,000.00. The matter was reported to WPD on July 23.
A Yeoman Dr. woman reported the theft of her $8000 engagement ring from her home on July 24; she suspects relatives. The investigation continues.
A black/white unlocked mountain bike belonging to a 16-year-old Westlake boy was stolen from the Porter Library on July 24 between 11:15AM-4:30PM. No suspects.