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Woodbury PD Blotter: June 24-29

Several incidents of homes and cars hit with paintballs recently.

The following information was obtained from recent police reports.

A laptop computer, digital camera and GPS device were reported stolen from a vehicle parked at the 2100 block of Woodcrest Drive on June 24. The owner said she believed she locked the car but there was no sign of forced entry.

Residents at the 2100 block of Woodcrest Drive ran off some suspicious juveniles on June 24 and later learned that two cars parked the area had been broken into and had items stolen from them.

A resident at the 2500 block of Eyrie Drive called police on June 24 after a small bird ran into her garage door and appeared to have injured its leg. An officer contained the bird and transported it to Powers Lake Park, where the animal was able to move around and partially fly under its own power.

A vehicle parked at the 1900 block of Spinaker Drive was hit with two shots from a paintball gun during the overnight hours of June 24.

Two two-way radios valued at $30 were reported stolen from a vehicle at the 8800 block of Pheasant Run Road on June 24.

A man who lives at the 7800 block of Penny Lane whose vehicle had been scratched by what appeared to be a bike pedal a few weeks ago called police June 24 after a cyclist bike went past his home and took a swipe at a mirror on his car as he biked past. The bicyclist was a juvenile.

Police were called to the 8100 block of Somerset Knoll after a cab driver became upset for having to fill out a new slip when a man tried to tip the cabbie $12 on a $9.50 tab. The man said to “make it $12,” but when the cab driver filled out $12 on the slip the man said he meant to make it a $12 tip. The cab driver called police, saying it was unreasonable to have to fill out a new slip for the credit card. Police made the cab driver fill out a slip for $9.50 and made the man sign the form.

A laptop computer and GPS device were reported stolen from a vehicle parked at the 8900 block of Springwood Drive on June 25.

A man stopped for suspicious activity at the Starbucks on Valley Creek Plaza was found to have a warrant out for his arrest for possession of more than $600 counterfeit currency. He was arrested and authorities found 25 counterfeit $10 bills in his possession.

Clothing valued at $375 total was reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle at the 8400 block of Marsh Creek Road on June 25.

A resident who lives at the 2200 block of Lamplight Drive called police on June 25 after juveniles in a dark Oldsmobile Intrigue fired paintballs at his vehicle. Officers extensively checked the area with negative results.

A resident at the 1700 block of Lamplight Court called police on June 26 after haring footsteps on his roof. Police checked the area with negative results.

A Woodbury man called police on June 26 to report that a man was walking his dog without a leash at Carver Park.

A resident at the 7400 block of Wyndham Way called police June 26 after finding his trailer had been shot with paintballs the night before.

Nine boulders valued at $300 total were reported stolen June 26 from a home at the 7700 block of Pinehurst Road. The theft happened sometime between the snowmelt and the time of the call.

A man who lives at the 2800 block of White Eagle Drive found that his home had been hit with paintballs and called police about it on June 27.

The city’s Public Works building was defaced with spray paint during the overnight hours of June 26-27.

Police were called to Joann Fabrics on June 27 after a man was seen exposing himself.

Areas of Lakeview Park, Powers Lake Park and Colby Lake Park were defaced with spray painted last week.

A home at the 2900 block of Edgewater Drive was reported egged on June 28 after residents found shells and stains on the home.

Several items valued at $2,300 total were reported stolen from a garage at the 2600 block of Mallard Drive on June 29.

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