Thief grabs cash register, flees
Around 2 a.m. Feb. 25 a police officer pulling up to the intersection of East Park Place and E. High Street witnessed a male run in front of his vehicle carrying something in his hand. When the male saw the police officer, he dropped the object and ran. After the object had been dropped, the officer identified it as a cash register drawer filled with cash. It was later determined that it belonged to the Will’s Pizza stand located outside Brick Street Bar and Grill. The employee working stated that the male subject approached the pizza stand, grabbed the drawer and sprinted off. Several people chased him but the subject was not found.
Vehicles damaged during birthday bash
At 4:50 a.m. Feb. 25, residents of 1 Wooster Pl. reported damage to several vehicles parked near their house and theft of a purse from their house. They believed the theft occurred during a birthday party held at their house that evening. Damage of the vehicles included four slashed tires, a broken rear window and a large dent in the side of one of the vehicles. There are no suspects at this time.
Male cited for McDonald’s trespass
Around 11:30 p.m. Feb. 22, a trespass call was made to an officer from McDonald’s. A 21-year-old male, identified as Caleb Crooks, walked into the fast food restaurant after specifically being told not to return, according to McDonald’s employees. Crooks received a citation for Criminal Trespass.
Female reports suspicious vehicle
At approximately 10:30 p.m. Feb. 26, an unnamed caller reported observing a suspicious station wagon pull into the parking lot at 909 Arrowhead Dr. and observed two males get out of the car. The caller believed the males were attempting to siphon gas from the vehicles. The caller believed the males saw her looking out of the window and then quickly left the scene. The males’ vehicle could not be located in the area.