Police reports: Disappearing smartphones, gaggle of giggling girls, Freeziac freak-out, more ...Woodbury police reports from Oct. 30 to Nov. 5.
A juvenile female reported October 30 that she left behind a smartphone at Kohl’s, 7100 Valley Creek Plaza. When she went back to the changing room, the phone was gone. Loss: $500.
Police responded Oct. 31 to a residence in the 9000 block of Pinehurst Road for theft of political signs from the previous weekend. The report notes that five days earlier, four people had been caught at a Pinehurst Road location in possession of 23 stolen political signs. Three of the signs were believed stolen from the Pinehurst Road residence. Five other signs were released to the Senate District 53 chairman.
A resident in the 8200 block of Emerald Lane reported Oct. 31 that a political lawn sign had been stolen from her property. The woman said the sign, which was in favor of the marriage amendment, was the ninth stolen from her property.
Police were called Oct. 31 for a theft in progress at a location on Hudson Road. A complainant reported that two females entered a store, picked out merchandise, concealed them in a plastic tote in a shopping cart and left without paying for the merchandise. Police made contact with the registered owner of the suspects’ vehicle, who said her daughter uses her vehicle.
A Woodbury woman reported Nov. 1 that she saw a Sam’s Club employee exit the store and pull on car doors. A suspect was identified. Police did not include any further information.
A school bus driver reported Nov. 1 that a suspicious vehicle was following her during her route in the Wedgewood Heights area the previous day. Police located the suspect, a juvenile male, who said he was dropping off friends in the area and denied following the bus.
Police on patrol Nov. 1 noticed a large group of people near a room at the Red Roof Inn, 1806 Wooddale Drive. The officer determined the incident to be a costume and drinking party. The partygoers were all identified as adults, ordered to dump out the alcohol and find sober rides home. No citations were issued.
A Woodbury resident reported Nov. 1 that she heard a noise in her home and found items askew in the house. Police checked the house.
Police were called Nov. 2 to Freeziac, 1960 Donegal Drive, for a suspicious activity report. Workers there said a man entered the store and asked if employees are usually alone there and if there were cameras present at Freeziac. The man, who was described as having long, dirty fingernails, began speaking with a Southern accent that he eventually dropped during the conversation. The Freeziac manager asked the man if he planned robbing the store. The suspect smiled and replied, “No.”
A Woodbury High School student reported Nov. 2 that he left his iPhone unattended at the school. When he went to retrieve it, the phone was gone. Loss: $600.
A Woodbury female called Nov. 3 to report suspicious activity at her residence. The suspicious sound was the unexpected arrival of her brother’s friend. There was no criminal activity.
Police were called Nov. 4 to the 2100 block of Vining Drive for a disturbance report. Officers learned high school girls there were having a get-together. Much laughing and giggling was reported; the resident reported the party was over and that everyone had left.
Officers responded Nov. 4 to a Woodbury location, where a male was reported leaving the store with electronics.
Police responded Nov. 5 to a Woodbury residence for a theft report. Someone entered an open garage and took an interlock ignition device valued at $1,500. Other items of value were left undisturbed.
Police were called Nov. 5 to the 6900 block of Collingwood Lane for an assault report. A caller reported she had been assaulted by another female. Police did not include any further information.