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Flower Mound Police Calls PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 27 October 2013 00:00

Here is a list of recent police calls reported by the Flower Mound Police Department.

 

September 29 – 4400 block Blue Stem Court – Police conducting surveillance at home after receiving numerous narcotics and prostitution complaints arrested a female leaving the residence for failure to possess a valid driver’s license.

September 30 – 5700 block Morriss Road – Theft – iPad 4 stolen from individual at Marcus High School.

September 30 – 5900 block Flint Ridge Drive – Residential Burglary – Cash taken from residence.

September 30 – 4100 block Morriss Road – Theft – Two bicycles stolen from a residence.

October 2 – 5800 block Long Prairie Road – Theft – Two watches stolen from a department store.

October 3 – 1400 block Sedalia Court – Criminal Mischief – Pickup truck was vandalized.

October 5 – 5400 block Shepherd Place – Burglary of Vehicle – $2,500 worth of tools and equipment stolen from work van parked in residential driveway.

October 6 – 3800 block Long Prairie Road – Theft – iPhone 5 stolen from restaurant.

October 7 – 2200 block Ellis Drive – Burglary of Vehicle - Purse containing cash and credit cards stolen from vehicle.

October 7 – 1700 block Timbercreek Road – Theft – iPad taken from individual at LISD Natatorium.

October 7 – 1700 block Timbercreek Road – Theft – Car keys taken from individual at LISD Natatorium.

October 10 – 6100 block Long Prairie Road – Criminal Mischief – Vehicle vandalized in shopping center parking lot.

October 10 – 1700 block Justin Road – Theft of Motor Vehicle – Ford F250 was reported stolen and later recovered.

October 14 – 1800 block Justin Road – Burglary of Business – Cash taken from business.

October 14 – 800 block Paisley Drive – Residential Burglary – Jewelry valued at $1,800 stolen.

October 14 – 2700 block Cross Timbers Road – Theft – Cash taken from restaurant.

October 15 – 2200 block Long Prairie Road – Criminal Mischief – Convenience store sustained $500 in damage.

October 15 – 5900 block Long Prairie Road – Theft – Samsung Galaxy 3 stolen from department store.

October 15 – 4000 block Quail Run Road – Theft – Angus cow stolen valued at $1,500.

October 15 – 3600 block Justin Road – Burglary of Vehicle – Computer and briefcase valued at $3,300 taken from vehicle.

October 16 – 3100 block Churchill Drive – Theft - $50 cash stolen by a known suspect.

October 16 – 1000 block Cross Timbers Road – Theft - $370 stolen from restaurant.

October 16 – 600 block Enterprise – Theft – iPad taken from office building.

October 16 – 4800 block Timberview Court – Theft - $18,000 in jewelry taken from residence.

October 17 – 2100 block Long Prairie Road – Theft –Pre-paid cash card valued at $1,009 taken from convenience store.

October 17 – 9100 block Cherokee Traile – Vehicle Burglary – Cameras and equipment valued at $1,900 stolen from vehicle.

October 17 – 2400 block Covington Drive – Theft – Jewelry valued at $25,000 taken from residence.

October 18 – 3800 block Long Prairie Road – Theft – Tool valued at $1,000 taken from construction site.

October 18 – 4100 block Morriss Road – Residential Burglary – Home theater equipment valued at $1,600 stolen from residence.

October 19 – 3300 block Augusta Drive – Theft – Item valued at $1,000 taken from residence.

October 20 – 3200 block Beth Drive – Criminal Mischief – Residence sustained $200 in damage.

October 20 – 5100 block Remington Park Drive – Criminal Mischief and Theft reported at residence.

October 20 – 5100 block Cross Timbers Road – Theft – iPhone 4S stolen and later recovered.

October 21 – 1400 block Lakehurst Drive – Vehicle Burglary – Items stolen from vehicle.

October 22 – 1100 block Noble Way – Theft – Antique lamp valued at $6,000 taken from residence.

October 22 – 100 block Cherokee Path – Burglary of Building – Lawn equipment valued at $700 taken from storage shed.

October 23 – 6100 block Long Prairie Road – Theft – Five purses valued at $690 taken from department store.

October 23 – 5800 block Long Prairie Road – Theft – Earrings valued at $1.99 taken from department store.

 

 

 

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