Blotter: Three throw eggs at vehicle of off-duty officer

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Three people picked the wrong jeep to throw eggs at Saturday morning.

The jeep belonging to an off-duty officer, witnessed passengers in a car throw the eggs at his vehicle at the intersection of Briar Forest Drive and Teasley Lane. The officer reported that he was traveling through that intersection when he passed a parked silver Volkswagen Jetta.

The occupants threw the eggs and fled the scene. The officer attempted to follow the vehicle and lost sight of the car at one point during the chase.

However, the officer found the car and issued the occupants three citations for criminal mischief.

 

Other reports

600 block of East Hickory Street — A woman reported an unknown person took her car keys and decided to take her 2012 Nissan Altima on Saturday afternoon, according to a police report.

The woman told police that she lost her keys at a bar on Hickory Street. According to the report, the car was worth about $30,000.

At the time the police report was made, no arrests were made and the caller’s car was still missing, according to the report.

1100 block of Bernard Street — A man reported that two debit cards, a high school class ring and $80 in cash was missing from his room Saturday evening.

The man told police that his roommate left the front door to the apartment unlocked, according to the police report.

When they returned to the apartment, the caller’s items were missing, according to the report.

The caller told police he had no idea who took the items, according to the report.

500 East Hobson Lane — An officer reported that a vehicle was at a local park after closing time Saturday night and decided to investigate, according to a police report.

The officer saw three people exit a restroom and stopped the people to question them about being at the park after hours. After questioning, the officer arrested the driver of the vehicle for possession of cocaine.

— John D. Harden

 


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