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Weatherford Police Department Newsblotter, November 7, 2011

November 8, 2011 by Anonymous

11-03-2011 T. Trevino # 71 - On 11-03-2011 at approx 0722 hours I was dispatched to the 1400 block of South Main Street in reference to an investigation. Upon arrival, I met with the complainant who indicated that sometime between 1700 hours on Thursday,11-03-2011 and 0720 hours on Monday, 11-07-2011, unknown person(s) pried the lock from a 10' X 14' storage building which rests on the property. The complainant indicated that no items were taken but that 3 - 8" X 10" framed pictures (valued at $10.00 each) and 3 - 12" ceramic dolls (valued at $10.00 each) were damaged. The complainant does wish to file charges against the person(s) responsible as they intentionally and knowingly damaged or destroyed the tangible property of anther and without the owner's effective consent. A criminal mischief report was taken.

On 11-07-11 at approx 0730 hrs I, Ofc Beniak was dispatched to 521 W Bridge for criminal mischief. Upon my arrival, I made contact with Lynda Lanier. Lanier advised that between 11-06-11 at 2100 hrs and 11-07-11 at 0730 an unknown person caused damage to the storm door on the front of her residence. A report for criminal mischief was taken. Damage was estimated at $300.00.

I, Officer McCrory, was dispatched to 1711 Santa Fe Dr., Weatherford, Texas 76086 at 0840 hrs in regards to blood stains in the parking lot. On arrival, at 0843 hrs, I noticed a fairly large amount of blood on the ground in the parking lot. The blood had continued on both sides of the business. On the South side of the business the blood drops continued through the parking lot at 1715 Santa Fe Dr., Weatherford, Texas. On the North side of the business the blood drops continued to the rear of 1703 Sante Fe Dr., Weatherford, Texas 76086. After walking to the back of the business 1703 Santa Fe Dr., I observed a back patio that attached to the building and a large amount of blood splatter on the back porch; the concrete wall, window, and along the side of the back door. Detective Westendorf and Detective Wolfenberger were called to the scene to assist in the investigation. I also took photos of scene and booked them into evidence. Report was made for criminal mischief under $50.00.

Monday 11-07-11 reporting officer (Hansen) talked with Jeremy Cohn, an employee of a local business in Weatherford, Texas. He wanted to report additional items stolen from the store that was taken by a known suspect on 11-06-11.

Monday 11-07-11 reporting officer (Hansen) talked with complainant Haley Randolph who lives on Martin Drive in Weatherford, Texas. She advised that sometime overnight on 11-05-2011 some unknown person(s) removed a bottle of perfume from her vehicle that may have been unlocked. No known suspects.

On Monday 11-07-2011 Officer E. Warren met with Robert McClure at 1207 S. Main St., in reference to his business being broken into. Mr. McClure indicated that some time between 1600 hours Friday and 1100 hours today, an unknown person, or persons, entered his business, by breaking out and entering a back window to the business, without his consent. Mr. McClure indicated that there were a few dollars worth of change taken, but was not certain if anything else had been stolen. A report for burglary of a building was taken.

I, Officer McCrory #81, was dispatched to 2425 Fort Worth Hwy, Weatherford, TX 76086, at 1207 hrs in regards burglary of a building. On arrival at 1220 hrs, I spoke with Frank Ellis Woody, owner of the property,who advised me that he noticed a couple of his mobile homes were disturbed and broken into. The only items taken were two couch cushions, valued at less than $50.00. A report was made for burglary of a building and photographs were taken and booked into evidence under this case number.

On 11-7-11 at approximately 2010 hours I, Officer J. Young #80, was dispatched to 1715 Martin in reference to a criminal mischief. Upon my arrival I contacted the victim, Sarah Barnett who directed me to her tan 1986 Oldsmobile Delta that had a flat rear driver's side tire. Sarah told me that a known actor slashed the tire sometime between 1600 and 1830 hours on this date. A criminal mischief over $50 under $500 report was written.

On 11-7-11 at approximately 2339 hours I, Officer J. Young #80, was dispatched to call Jack DeShazo in reference to a burglary of a vehicle that occurred at 1920 Martin Dr . DeShazo told me that he and several students for Aledo High School stopped at the resturant after an event. DeShazo said that they left the Aledo ISD owned school bus unlocked and went in to eat at approximately 2100 hours. They returned to the bus at approximately 2150 hours and noticed that a Canon Rebel camera, a black camera bag, an extra flash, and an extra memory card had been stolen. A burglary of a vehicle report was taken.

Sports Calendar

Saturday, February 6

  • AHS 9th B vs. Burleson at AHS; 12 p.m.

  • AHS Varsity Ladycats Scrimmage at L.D. Bell; 11 a.m. & 12:30 p.m.

Monday, February 8

  • AHS vs. Mansfield Legacy Scrimmage at AHS;

    JV- 4 p.m.

    Freshman- 6 p.m.

  • AHS Varsity at Mansfield Legacy Scrimmage; 4 p.m.

  • AHS JV Ladycats at Crowley; 6 p.m.

  • AHS JV at Crowley; 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday, February 9

  • AHS at Burleson;

    Varsity- 6:30 p.m.

    JV- 5 p.m.

    9th A- 8 p.m.

  • AHS Ladycats at Burleson;

    Varsity- 8 p.m.

    JV- 5 p.m.

    9th- 6:30 p.m.

  • AHS Ladycats scrimmage at Mansfield Legacy;

    Varsity- 6:15 p.m.

    JV- 5 p.m.

  • AHS Varsity Ladycats vs. Burleson at AHS; 6 p.m.

  • AHS Varsity vs. Burleson at AHS; 7:45 p.m.

Friday, February 12

  • AHS vs. Granbury at AHS;

    Varsity- 6:30 p.m.

    JV- 5 p.m.

    9th A- 5 p.m.

  • AHS Varsity at Birdville HS Tournament; all day

  • AHS Varsity Ladycats at Granbury; 6 p.m.

  • AHS Varsity at Granbury; 7:45 p.m.

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