Crime Watch Report continued from July 22, 2010 to July 29, 2010
PRESTONCOUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT ACENIES HAVE RECENTLY SEEN AN INCREASE IN LARCENIES FROM UNLOCKS AUTOMOBILES. EVERYONE IS ENCOURAGED TO LOCK THEIR CARS AND NOT LEAVE VALUABLES INSIDE THEM.
CASE #10-2930 SHOPLIFTINGOn Thursday, July 22, 2010, Deputy Sinclair received a shoplifting complaint from a Masontown business. A suspect has been identified and this investigation is continuing.
CASE #10-2976 LARCENYOn Thursday, July 22, 2010, Deputy Sinclair received a call from a resident of Albright who stated that her purse had been stolen from her vehicle while parked at the North Preston Qwik Stop. Her identification and credit cards were stolen.
CASE #10-3011 LARCENYOn Sunday, July 25, 2010, Sgt Turner spoke to a victim who stated that her purse, camera, checkbook and cash were stolen from her vehicle while it was parked near the Kingwood Fire Department.
CASE #10-2978 LARCENYOn Monday, July 26, 2010, Deputy Sinclair received a call from a resident of Newburg who stated that his handgun was stolen from his vehicle along with his registration and insurance card.
CASE #10-3016 LARCENYOn Monday, July 26, 2010, Deputy Bagget and Cpl Dotson spoke with a property owner in Fellowsville who stated that automotive parts were stolen from his building near Route 92/50. This is still under investigation.
CASE #10-2990 LARCENYOn Tuesday, July 27, 2010, Deputy Sinclair received a call from a resident of Snider Loop Road, near Kingwood, who reported that his 2009 red and white Yamaha YFZ 450R ATV was stolen. Any witnesses are asked to contact Deputy Sinclair.
CASE #10-3007 DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTYOn Tuesday, July 27, 2010, Deputy Sinclair received a call from a resident of Herring Road, near Kingwood, who stated that damage had been done to her fence. Approximately 20 feet of fence and two posts were damaged. Any witnesses are asked to contact Deputy Sinclair.
CASE #10-3000 LARCENYOn Tuesday, July 27, 2010, Cpl Root spoke with a victim that stated that a stereo had been stolen from a vehicle while it was parked along Independence Road, near Independence. The complainant was unsure of when the stereo was stolen since the car had been immobile for quite some time.
CASE #10-3004 BREAKING AND ENTERINGOn Wednesday, July 28, 2010, Deputy Rodeheaver and Officer Childers responded to Company House Road, near Tunnelton, in regards to a breaking and entering in progress. When officers arrived the complainant stated that subjects had gone into an abandoned building. No one was located.
CASE #10-3008 LARCENYOn Wednesday, July 28, 2010, Deputy Sinclair received a call from a resident of Bruceton Mills who stated that someone had stolen three (3) garbage cans full of garbage from his yard. This matter was documented for the complainant’s fear of his personal information being obtained.
CASE #10-3015 LARCENYOn Thursday, July 29, 2010, Cpl Pritt spoke with a resident of Tunnelton who stated that while she was parked at Tri-MServiceCenter in Tunnelton her Blackberry phone was stolen. Any witnesses are asked to contact Cpl Pritt.
CASE #10-3022 LARCENYOn Thursday, July 29, 2010, Deputy Tichnell received a phone call from a resident of Timmons Road, near Gladesville, who stated that a broken down, Red, Farmall Tractor had be stolen from her field. Anyone with information is asked to contact Deputy Tichnell.