3:48 p.m. Wednesday, July 17, 7000 block of W. 84th Way
An unknown person trespassed a woman’s vehicle and stole two purses from the car while it was parked at an apartment complex between 8:30 p.m. July 11 and 7:30 a.m. July 15.
The woman’s maroon 2002 GMC Envoy was unlocked when it was entered. The vehicle was not damaged.
Both purses stolen were valued at $15. In one purse were two checks — one for $6 and one for $22 — and a pair of sunglasses valued at $10.
In the other purse was a wallet valued at $10, a $20 Best Buy gift card, a Burlington Coat Factory gift card with $2 left on it, and a checkbook with seven unwritten checks in it.
The woman was not able to provide any suspect information.
10:52 a.m. Friday, July 19, Home Depot, 5215 CSH 121
A man filed a report of harassment after someone placed items beside and under his truck, and wrote a profanity in the dirt on the truck.
The victim told police he parked his Ford pickup truck in a contractor parking area directly in front of the contractor entrance to Home Depot.
When he returned 20 minutes later, he found a pro-trailer parking sign moved directly by the driver’s door and three flatbed carts pushed underneath the pickup truck.
The suspect also wrote ”I am a lazy [expletive]” in the dirt on the side of the truck.
The man removed the items from around his truck and asked a Home Depot employee if there were surveillance cameras facing the area. The employee said there weren’t.
When the man went outside again, he found the sign had again been placed by the driver’s side door. The man was not able to find anyone who could have been a suspect.
The man said he thought the person involved could have been his ex-wife, with whom he has been having ongoing problems and recently obtained a temporary civil protection order against.
No suspect was found on the scene, therefore no action was taken.
2:08 p.m. Monday, July 19, Target, 7800 CSH 121
A woman’s purse was stolen from a cart outside of a Target store.
The woman told police she placed her purse in the front of the cart while she was returning it to the cart kiosk in the parking lot.
As she was returning the cart, a vehicle pulled into a parking spot near the kiosk at a high rate of speed, almost hitting her.
The vehicle then left the parking spot without ever going into the store
When the woman went back to her car, she realized she had forgotten her purse. She went to retrieve her purse and found it was gone.
She said the purse would cost $280 to replace, and her wallet would cost $100 to replace.
In her wallet were her driver’s license, and her and her children’s Social Security cards.
The wallet also contained $176 cash, the woman’s Coors Credit Union Master Card debit card, two Victoria’s Secret gift cards totaling $250, a DSW gift card for $100, and a Bath and Body Works gift card for $50.
Inside the purse were also two rings with a combined value of $1,100, a pair of diamond earrings valued at $500, cosmetics costing about $60, and a checkbook with about 20 unwritten checks in it.
The woman put a hold on her debit card account and closed her checking account.
There is no suspect information in the case.
12:37 p.m. Tuesday, July 20, 7000 block of W. 62nd Place
An unknown person reportedly stole a man’s wallet while at a garage sale.
The man told police he was at a garage sale between 12:30 and 12:35 p.m. on July 20 when he set his wallet down on a table to pay for some items.
He then returned to his vehicle, forgetting his wallet.
When he realized he forgot his wallet, he went back to the table and found it was gone.
Inside the wallet were his driver’s license, $200 in cash, his Chase Bank Visa, his Southwest Airlines Visa, a Vita Bucks card with an unknown amount of money on it from his employer, and a GSA card that can be used to purchase gas.
He told police he has cancelled both the Chase and Southwest Airlines Visa cards.
There is no suspect information regarding the theft.
5:32 p.m. Saturday, July 20, 6400 block of Oberon Road
A man was driving southbound on the 6400 block of Oberon Road when a juvenile reportedly hit his windshield with an object shot from a slingshot.
The man was driving his 2010 Lexus RX 350 when he hard a loud bang on his windshield and saw a round crack about six inches in diameter on the bottom part of the passenger side of the windshield.
The man saw a boy running toward Oberon Road and spoke to him. The boy denied any involvement in breaking the window.
The man asked the boy to have his mother come talk to him, at which point his mother came out of their residence and said she wished to help pay for the damages. The boy continued to deny involvement despite his mother finding a slingshot on his person.
The man told police he did not wish to pursue criminal charges, but just wanted his window replaced.
The mother of the suspect called police and said she wanted to help pay for the damages.
Both parties said they would be in contact with each other about replacing the triple-glazed windshield with rain sensors that is valued at approximately $1,200.