Community Crime Watch
April 18, Wrongful damage of private property: Unknown person(s) by unknown means damaged the driver's door of the victim's vehicle.
April 19, Wrongful damage of private property: Unknown person(s) kicked open the front door to vacant quarters, causing damage to the door.
April 20, Larceny of private property: The victim stated that his prescription sunglasses were missing from Defense Media Activity. He checked with the security desk, which informed him that the front desk had his sunglasses. When he went to the front desk to retrieve his sunglasses, the security guards checked their file cabinet and the sunglasses had been taken out by person(s) unknown by unknown means.
April 21, Larceny of private property: A portable DVD player in an unsecured vehicle was removed by person(s) unknown and by unknown means.
April 22, Larceny of private property: The victim stated that he placed his black, aviator prescription sunglasses in the center console of his vehicle. When he returned to his vehicle, the glasses were missing.
April 22, Spousal abuse: Two units were dispatched to a domestic argument in progress. They found an opened door with two individuals just inside the doorway, arguing. An investigation revealed that the husband and wife were involved in a verbal argument, which turned physical when the husband punched his spouse with a closed fist multiple times in the head and face.
April 22, Larceny of government property: A unit conducting a foot patrol noticed papers blowing around on the ground. An investigation revealed they belonged to the victim who made contact with the unit. A check of the victim's vehicle revealed that an unknown individual entered her vehicle and removed her military identification, debit card and driver's license.
April 22, Larceny of private property: The victim stated that after he went to the barber shop on post, he returned to his barracks and noticed his credit card was missing.
April 23, Wrongful damage of private property: Unknown person(s) by unknown means damaged a vehicle legally parked in the driveway. Damages consisted of a broken, driver-side rear light and scratches to the driver-side quarter panel.
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Dec 7, 2013
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