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Drills, a band saw, skill saw, jig­saw and grinders were stolen from a work site in the 2600 block of Elec­tron­ics Way. The bur­glar cut through a chain-link fence on the prop­erty to ac­cess the locked tool­box.


A woman in the 700 block of 53rd Street told po­lice her state ID and debit card were stolen. She said she was at a store with a com­pan­ion, and the items were in her purse at that time. How­ever, when she got home she re­al­ized they were miss­ing. She con­tacted her com­pan­ion and asked about the ID, and the com­pan­ion promised to re­turn it to her via a mu­tual ac­quain­tance. How­ever, when the woman asked that per­son, he said he did not have the ID. The woman did not have much in­for­ma­tion to give po­lice on her com­pan­ion. No money was miss­ing from her debit ac­count, she said.


A man in the 700 block of Lo­cust Street re­turned home to find the glass por­tion of his rear door shat­tered. The door was still locked, and noth­ing was dis­turbed in­side the house. Blood was found on the step out­side the door and on the door frame, which po­lice be­lieve came from the wouldbe bur­glar. A man’s Smith & Wes­son hand­gun was stolen from a night­stand at his res­i­dence in the 3300 block of Broad­way. The man said he did not leave his door un­locked, but there was no sign of forced en­try.


A man was en­ter­tain­ing a male friend in his apart­ment in the 500 block of Cheer­ful Street when the friend ac­cused him of giv­ing him “craz y eyes.” An ar­gu­ment en­sued, which caused the man’s dogs to start fight­ing. The friend hit one of the dogs on the head, then started throw­ing the man’s be­long­ings around the re sidence. When hi s friend hit him on the head with a wooden stick, the man re­tal­i­ated and struck him with a stick. The man told po­lice he and his friend have never lived to­gether but oc­ca­sion­ally en­gage in in­ti­mate ac­tiv­i­ties. He said the friend is home­less. Dam­age to the res­i­dence was es­ti­mated at $200.

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