On the Clock5/8/2013
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WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS
A neighbor called police after noticing the victim’s door was open, and she knew the vicitm was in jail and no one should be there. Police found the home, located at the 2100 block of 38th Street, in disarray with drawers rummaged through and items thrown about. Suspects broke in through a rear window and exited through the rear door sometime between 1-3 a.m. on April 28. The victim’s friend responded and indentified missing items including the victim’s family jewelry.
BEWARE OF THOSE BACK-BITERS
The victim says his ex came to his residence at the 1900 block of Capitol around 9:30 a.m. on April 26 to retrieve concert tickets. When he asked her to leave and she refused, he stood in her way to prevent her from entering. That’s when she jumped on him and bit him on the back. She told police the victim had pulled her hair, and he admitted he may have while trying to get her off him. She said he has been assaultive in the past. No arrests were made.
HERE’S SPIT IN Y’ER EYE
Officer was dispatched to the 1200 block of Washington at 4:30 p.m. on April 26, where a woman claims the mother of her half-sibling spat in her face. She said inflammatory statements were exchanged between the two before the spitting took place. Officers advised her to avoid contact with the woman. There were no injuries. CV