Sunday, September 9, 2007

Weatherford Democrat - Crime Report

My sister lives in Weatherford. I used to work in Weatherford. I had a real nice office on the third floor of the newly-renovated Parker County Courthouse. I had an awesome view straight down South Main.

Before I get all misty-eyed, let me get back to what I was talking about. Ever since my sister and her family moved to Weatherford, I've always found it enjoyable to pick up the local newspaper (The Weatherford Democrat) and read through the crime reports. Some of them are rather humorous. I always rib my brother-in-law, a native Weatherfordite, about some of the "heinous crimes" that are committed in Parker County.

Here's just a sample:

Aug. 28

At the 200 block of College Park Drive, a complainant advised that between Aug. 9 and Aug. 27, a known person who had been staying with them stole their debit card and used it to make several charges including bailing himself out of jail. At this time, no arrests have been made and the case is under investigation.

Monday, Aug. 6

In the 1300 block of South Main, a complainant advised that a white male was observed concealing two Monster drinks on his person and then exit the store without paying for them. A 26-year-old white male of Weatherford was issued a citation for theft under $50.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007
In the 900 block of Fort Worth Highway, a complainant reported that between June 18 and July 18 unknown suspect(s) stole a tailgate off of a 2005 Dodge pickup bed.

Thursday, July 19
In the 1800 block of South Main, at approximately 7 p.m. an employee of Wal-Mart reported that two unknown female suspects were observed concealing bottles of suntan lotion under their clothing. When the suspects exited the store the suspects were detained by store employees until police arrived. The suspects were later issued citations for the theft and then released.

Monday, July 23
In the 1200 block of Mikus Road, an employee of Crown Valley Golf Course reported that between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. unknown suspect(s) stole approximately 200 gallons of gasoline from a storage tank located at the property.

July 16
In the 100 block of Otto Drive, a complainant advised that sometime between July 8 and July 15, unknown person(s) made forced entry into a storage building and stole an inflatable water slide. Total loss $749.

Monday, June 18
In the 1800 block of South Main, a complainant reported that between 10 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. June 15 a known acquaintance had entered into her vehicle and stole a cowboy hat.

Weatherford Democrat - Crime Report

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