The original item was published from March 12, 2020 5:38 AM to March 12, 2020 6:12 PM
FTO: W. Helms #1572 /
RO W. Bartee #1754
OFFICER: B. Page #0796
OFFICER: E. Peterson
OFFICER: R. Corrigan
OFFICER: J. Jarrell #1631
CAD EVENTS: 80
CASE NUMBER: 200300142
TIME OCCURRED: 1640
City Ordinance Violation – 2635 Westwood Avenue.
A ten day notice was placed on the vehicle for not having a registration
attached to the vehicle. A report was
taken for documentation.
CASE NUMBER: 200300143
TIME OCCURRED: 1712
SYNOPSIS: Domestic Disturbance – 503 Wayne Avenue #C.
Officers responded for a domestic disturbance between a husband and
wife. After an investigation, it was
determined that a crime did not occur. A
report was taken for documentation.
CASE NUMBER: 200300144
TIME OCCURRED: 1801
SYNOPSIS: Stalking - 1798 SR44 (Burger King). A female reported her ex-boyfriend was stalking her at her place on employment. A report was taken. Ongoing investigation.
CASE NUMBER: 200300145
TIME OCCURRED: 2033
SYNOPSIS: Vehicle Accident – South Peninsula Avenue/Columbus Avenue. Two vehicles, major damage, no injuries, and
one citation issued.
SYNOPSIS: Fraud – 269 Middle Way. The victim advised an
unknown person used an online application to take money from her business bank
account. The victim could not provide a
suspect. A report was taken for
SYNOPSIS: Battery (Domestic) – 1115 Magnolia Street. A husband and wife got into a verbal argument
that turned physical. The husband was found
to be the primary aggressor and was arrested for battery. He was transported to the Volusia County
Branch Jail with no bond.
SYNOPSIS: Found Property – 903 South Myrtle Avenue. An unidentified piece of property was found
and placed into property. A report was
taken for documentation purposes.
SYNOPSIS: Traffic Stop – 10th Street/FEC
Rail Road. A male was operating a
vehicle with a suspended license with knowledge. He was arrested and transported to the Volusia
County Branch Jail. The vehicle was
towed from the scene by rotational towing.