Community Crime Watch
June 22, Larceny of private property: Unknown person(s) gained access to an unsecured vehicle and removed a wallet and purse.
June 22, Driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol: The Directorate of Emergency Services as notified of a possible DUI in progress. An investigation revealed that the driver was observed by an individual outside of his idling vehicle, exhibiting signs of intoxication. He admitted to driving from the bowling alley. The driver was administered standardized field sobriety tests, which he failed. He failed to provide sufficient breath samples.
June 24, Simple assault: The Directorate of Emergency Services was notified of a fight in progress. An investigation revealed that the subjects entered into a verbal altercation, which turned physical when subject one slapped subject two's hands down as he was attempting to communicate. Subject two then struck subject one with a closed hand in his face.
June 27, Larceny of private property: Unknown person(s) removed a wallet, handbag, credit and debit cards, a wedding band and ring, and various other items that were in the victim's handbag and wallet, from her unsecured and unattended vehicle.
June 29, Shoplifting: AAFES loss-prevention personnel at the Exchange reported that the subject took a pair of sunglasses, removed the price tag, concealed the glasses underneath her shirt and departed the Exchange without rendering proper payment.
June 26, Larceny of private property: The victim stated that his DVD player with the cord, a BlackBerry smartphone and Galaxy Sprint Android phone were stolen from his wife's vehicle.
June 29, Domestic assault: The victim stated her husband, while drunk, physically assaulted her by throwing her against the wall, grabbing her about the neck and causing multiple scratches on the neck, shoulder and arms.
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May 24, 2013
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