Assault – A man called police on Oct. 25 saying that his 13-year-old son had been in an altercation with his other son. When the man told his son to go to his room, the son came out of the room causing damage to the inside of the residence and charged the father, knocked him to the ground and then kicked, punched and bit him. Police arrested the 13-year-old for assault causing bodily injury/family violence.
Theft – On Oct. 24, employees from a store at the 400 block of North U.S. Highway 75 told police that a woman changed the UPC codes on products from more expensive items to less expensive items. The police report also said woman attempted to exit the store with concealed items for which she did not pay. She had previously received a criminal trespass warning for all Walmart properties. Police arrested the woman for burglary of a building and theft over $50.
Criminal Mischief – A complainant informed police on Oct. 26 that an unknown suspect had damaged a large plate glass window in a business located on the 2100 block of South Woodlawn, causing $235 in damage.
Theft – The victim told police that on Oct. 27 someone removed a 27-inch television worth $300 from his bedroom at the 500 block of West Sears. Police will be following up on leads.
Burglary – The victim told police that on Oct. 27 an unknown suspect removed a toolbox and tools worth $7,500 from the bed of his pickup at the 600 block of East Sears.
Burglary – On Oct. 28, a complainant told police that an unknown suspect was observed coming down from the ceiling in a bathroom in a building at he 700 block of West Chestnut. Officers responded and were unable to locate anyone inside the building. The investigation is continuing.
Burglary – The victim told police that on Oct. 28 an unknown suspect removed the catalytic converter, worth $2,500, from his pickup at the 3100 block of Frances.