Six vehicles broken into
The following vehicle break-ins were reported to authorities from Sept. 16-20: 12000 block of Ironstone Way; 17000 block of Wiley Place; two incidents at Parker Recreation Center, 17301 Lincoln Ave.; 10000 block of Kimball Street; and 10000 block of Twenty Mile Road.
There were no suspects in any of the cases.
Thief leaves Walmart with full cart
Parker police officers responded to Walmart on a report of theft Sept. 16. The reporting party said a man had taken a shopping cart full of items out of the store without paying for them and got into a waiting white SUV.
There was no other information about the suspect, including description.
Phone thief busted
Officers responded to a report of theft at 2 p.m. Sept. 17 at Parker Adventist Hospital. A woman said her phone had been taken and was able to provide a description of the suspect. The suspect returned to the hospital on Sept. 18.
Officers responded and contacted the suspect. During the course of the investigation, it was confirmed that a 25-year-old man had taken the phone and was violating a restraining order. He was subsequently arrested on the restraining order violation and cited for theft.
Woman, 64, cited for shoplifting
The Parker Police Department responded to Murdoch’s around 2:15 p.m. Sept. 18 on a report of shoplifter. During the investigation, it was confirmed that a 64-year-old woman had attempted to steal items from the store.
It is unclear what she allegedly tried to steal. She was cited for shoplifting.
Dog owner ticketed after bite
Officers were dispatched to a dog bite at 2:50 p.m. Sept. 19 in the 8000 block of Cloverleaf Circle. The victim said she was checking her mail when the dog attacked her. She was transported to an area hospital for treatment.
The 19-year-old owner of the dog was cited for dog at large and having a prohibited and dangerous dog.
Burglars caught in act
The Parker police responded around 5 a.m. Sept. 20 to a burglary that had just occurred in the 16000 block of Carlson Drive. The reporting party stated she saw a male and female attempting to break into her unattached garage.
She asked them what they were doing and they got in a truck and left. She looked in her garage and said it looked like nothing had been taken or moved around.
Suspects flee after Legend break-ins
At approximately 10:15 a.m. Sept. 20, school resource officers were advised by security that witnesses at Legend High School were reporting windows broken out of cars in the parking lot.
Two witnesses saw three Hispanic males ages 25 to 35 in a gray or blue sedan drive away from a parking spot at a high rate of speed. It was found three vehicles had windows broken and all three cars had items missing.
Unpaid mechanic dents car
The Parker police responded to a call of criminal mischief at 8:30 p.m. Sept. 22 in the 8000 block of Cottonwood Way.
The reporting party said he scheduled a mobile mechanic to repair his vehicle and when he didn’t pay, the mechanic dented his passenger side door. The case was deactivated to lack of suspect information.