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Jun 05

June 5, 2020 (0430-1630)

Posted on June 5, 2020 at 5:22 PM by Joshua Holloway

SUPERVISOR:  J. Holloway #0987

FTO:  R. Hunnefeld #1377/T. Norman #1759

OFFICER: J. Jones #1395

OFFICER: C. Gray #1561

OFFICER: K. Beatty #1609

OFFICER: J. Ishikawa #1737

OFFICER: D. McCallister #1753

 

CAD EVENTS: 107

 

CASE NUMBER:  200600046

TIME OCCURRED: 0752

SYNOPSIS: Trespass Warning (Transient) – 412 Canal Street (Little Drugs Pharmacy).  A male was issued a trespass warning at the request of management.                                                          

 

CASE NUMBER:  200600047

TIME OCCURRED:  0842   

SYNOPSIS:  Trespass Warning (Transient) – Spoil Island.  A male and female were discovered living on the island, creating a large amount of litter.   Both were issued trespass warnings and a report was taken for documentation.                                           

 

CASE NUMBER:  200600048

TIME OCCURRED:  1025   

SYNOPSIS:  Burglary (Business) – 1111 Magnolia Street.  The victim advised an unknown person entered his unsecured vehicle during the night and stole several items.  Ongoing investigation.                                            

             

CASE NUMBER:  200600049

TIME OCCURRED:  1314   

SYNOPSIS:  Traffic Crash (Hit and Run) – Canal Street/N. Dixie Freeway.  Two vehicles, minor damage, no injuries, and the at-fault vehicle immediately fled the scene without providing required information.  Ongoing investigation.                       

       

CASE NUMBER:  200600050

TIME OCCURRED: 1431    

SYNOPSIS:  Trespass Warning (Transient) – 357 Otter Boulevard (Holland Park).  A male and female were observed living in the woods near the park. Both were issued trespass warnings and a report was taken for documentation.                     

                        

CASE NUMBER:  200600051

TIME OCCURRED:  1628

SYNOPSIS:  Information – S. Causeway/Bouchelle Drive.  Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle with a reported stolen tag.  After further investigation, it was determined the tag was never stolen and it was a clerical error on Orange County Sheriff’s Office.  Report taken for documentation.