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Police responded around 2:30 p.m. to a burglary at the 600 block of 17th Street, which was being remodeled by the victim. He arrived that day to find several of his tools had been stolen from a tool box. The victim believes the suspect came sometime between Aug. 8-12. Among some of the items stolen were two $400 cordless framing nailers, one $250 corded framing nailer, two $200 DeWalt drills and one $150 circular saw.


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A woman called police after reportedly experiencing a violent assault and an attempted abduction on Aug. 11 at 10:30 p.m. Her vehicle ran out of gas, so she was at the 200 block of Leach walking when two men in a truck pulled up next to her and offered her a ride home. She declined, so the driver offered to look at her car for her. When she again declined again, the driver grabbed her by the shirt, threw her to the ground and started pulling her toward his vehicle. The passenger of the truck yelled, “Hurry up and get that bitch in the car.” She screamed and, when the suspect tried to cover her mouth, she bit his hand hard enough that she could taste blood. The suspect let go and fled to the truck. Investigations continue.


A 17-year-old boy was arrested in Roosevelt High School around 1:30 a.m. after school officials called police for a suspected burglary in progress. The suspect was caught on the school camera walking the halls. He claimed that he was there to meet his girlfriend for a date, but she never showed up. Officers searched his backpack to find it filled with a blanket, popcorn and a laptop. The suspect accepted full responsibility for his actions and was taken into custody. CV

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