• At 10:35 p.m., April 24, an officer was dispatched to a Kingston Pike residence for a hit-and-run. When officer arrived, complainant-victim said while she was inside, someone hit her 2019 BMW Z4M and left the scene. There were no cameras or witnesses on scene to identify the suspect.
• At 12:11 p.m., April 24, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report a theft at Cotton Eyed Joe, 11220 Outlet Drive. He advised between 2 and 2:30 p.m., April 24, his cell phone was stolen while he was in the business. Complainant was advised to call back with a serial number before NCIC entry could be made. Value of loss was listed at $900.
• At 1:05 p.m., Friday, April 23, a complainant called KCSO to file a report on a theft at a Maple Tree Drive address. Complainant advised he placed a check in his mailbox around 6 p.m., Thursday, April 22. At 8 a.m., Wednesday, April 23, complainant advised he found his mailbox door open and the check was missing, adding the mail had not run during that time. He advised an unknown suspect took it. Complainant called Bank of America and they cancelled the check.
• At 11:17 p.m., Monday, April 19, an officer responded to a North Campbell Station Road business for a disturbance. Upon investigation, the clerk at Comfort Suites said he called about a female wandering around the property. Officer located the eventual arrestee at the top of a stairwell and noticed several syringe caps on the floor around her and a syringe lying on some things in a milk crate. She gave consent to check some of her bags, and officer reported noticing a bent spoon, consistent with narcotic usage, in a metal container, and saw a blue elastic tourniquet strap lying beside her.
Eventual arrestee was hard to understand and had trouble identifying where she was supposed to be. Officers were unable to make contact with several people who may be able to transport the arrestee to a safe location for her safety. She was offered the BHUCC but refused. While arrestee was taken into custody, she said she had several syringes located in her bra. Arrestee grabbed the syringes, dropping a loaded syringe.
• On April 19, officers were dispatched to a Commodore Lane residence for an investigation into a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers made contact with complainant. He advised he had been away for the weekend and noticed earlier that afternoon a portion of his yard and a trampoline had been damaged by a fire that his neighbor had set over the weekend. Complainant said several neighbors advised him the neighbor had been burning leaves in a barrel during the weekend. There were burn marks along the fence line between both properties leading from a barrel in his neighbor’s yard. The fire caused damage to complainant’s trampoline. A welfare check was conducted on the neighbor due to complainant’s concern for her mental health. Neighbor made contact with complainant and advised she would pay for any damages to his property. Value of damage was listed at $200.