Friday, Aug. 4
A wrought iron handrail was reportedly stolen at Surrey Square Apartments on Surrey Lane sometime between 3 p.m. Aug. 1 and 9:30 a.m. Aug. 4. The handrail was ripped out of the ground. There are currently no suspects.
Tuesday, Aug. 5
A resident of Sullivan Avenue reported a break-in around 2 a.m. Responding officers said one of the window screens was cut, but no one entered. There are currently no suspects and the case was closed.
Thursday, Aug. 7
A resident of Mound Street reported her vehicle stolen about 3:50 a.m. after two people the victim knew took it without permission.
Friday, Aug. 8
Two windows were broken at a South Madison Road residence. Police were notified that the break-in occurred from 9:30 to 10 p.m. There was blood and glass on the floor from the window. The case is pending further evidence.
A juvenile was arrested for domestic violence near Stewart Avenue. The suspect reportedly slapped the victim in the face and pushed the victim on the floor. The suspect was mad after the victim tried to take away her phone. After the incident the suspect was placed under arrest and her guardian was notified.
Officers responded to a vehicle break-in on Sullivan Avenue about 3 a.m. after a neighbor called it in. The vehicle’s window had been broken and the door was open. The break in took place between 2:30 and 3 a.m. The owner of the vehicle reported that children’s clothing, a portable DVD player and about seven DVDs were stolen from the vehicle. The window of a residence on the street was also broken, with a brick and glass from the window in the front yard.
Saturday, Aug. 9
David Tracy, 20, was arrested and charged with an OVI about 1:30 a.m. on West High Street. The suspect failed to maintain a lane of travel. The responding officer stopped the suspect and said the suspect smelled of alcohol. The suspect first denied consuming drugs or alcohol, but later admitted to smoking marijuana. After administrating several sobriety tests, Tracy was arrested.
Monday, Aug. 11
Police responded to a domestic violence call near Sheffield Boulevard about 3 a.m. Upon arrival, the officer saw a person slam the door and walk outside crying. At first, the officer could not get the person to stop. The person eventually talked to the officer and said nothing was going on. The person had no visible injuries. The officer then walked inside the residence where there were four adults and one child inside. The adults said the person was just tired of the group arguing. The officer advised to stop arguing and being loud.
Police responded to a domestic violence call at Surrey Lane about 4:30 a.m. The suspect was holding his child when the police arrived, and police later found out that the suspect had put his hands on a victim, pushing the victim into the wall. The suspect requested sex from the second victim, and after that the individual refused, the suspect pushed their face into a bed. The suspect was arrested and transported to Tri-County Regional Jail.