The following information was obtained from recent police reports.
A resident at the 10944 block of Eagle View Circle flagged down a community-service officer to report that a car came up to his neighbor’s house and took two suits that were hanging by the front door. The officer made contact with the homeowner, who said it was his dry-cleaning being picked up.
A motorist who was stopped at Valley Creek and Woodlane roads on suspicion of driving with a suspended license did not obey officer commands to put his hands up and was taken into custody. He was cited and released for driving with a suspended license and obstructing the legal process.
A driver told police another motorist flipped him off and tried to block other cars and at one point stopped and tried to flag him down in an apparent road rage incident near Bailey Road and Radio Drive.
Police received a report of an SUV parked so its lights were shining on an ATM at Wells Fargo at about 12:30 a.m. The caller said the lid on the ATM was open. Officers arrived and the vehicle was gone and the ATM appeared normal.
Police advised youngsters who were shaking a light pole that came loose at a bus stop not to do it again.
A Fairfax Lane resident told police he responded to his doorbell and found three juvenile males laying on his front yard. He approached them and they would not move, and they appeared to be filming him with their phones. The homeowner yelled at them to make them leave, and they ran down the street. A short time later a Mercury Mountaineer sped through he area. Police were following up.
An ongoing issue between neighbors flared up again; one drove slowly past the other’s house and stared at the occupants in the latest incident. The resident wanted the incident documented.
A window at a Woodbury home was damaged in a possible attempted break-in.
The garage service door of a home on Edgewater Drive was kicked in and several items were reported stolen. Police cleared the home and checked the area but did not find anyone.
There was a report of 40 juveniles in the parking lot of the Woodbury 10 Theatre yelling at each other. They were gone by the time police arrived.
After a case of mistaken identity at the Red Roof Inn in which one man thought another was soliciting a woman for sex, a fight broke out. Police were unable to establish the aggressor and had conflicting stories about what happened. Those involved were intoxicated. The parties were escorted back to their rooms and told to stay away from each other. The fighters refused medical attention.
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