Law Enforcement Police Report

Topics: Camera, Digital single-lens reflex camera, Number Pages: 2 (739 words) Published: February 4, 2013
Mountain Home police Department
Case Officer: Officer Jessica Bond
Inclusive dates: 04/20/2005
Primary suspects: Daniel “Slink” Webb, Johnny “Fingers” Moser Leander Thompson “AKA” Leander Jones.
Victim: Chubby Princeton of Cubby’s electronics 312 South Main Street. Witness: Myrtle Sykes
Summary: On 04/20/2005 the above store was burglarized sometime during the late night the missing merchandize was that of a new Canon video camera: serial number C34966457. Also a new Sanyo DVD player: Serial number 13521EA and a new Fuji digital camera: Serial number 1-78891356. And the last item that was stolen was a used Cingular cell phone: Serial number 0105069873D. All stolen items valued at $1,450. At this current time there are no current suspects except we do have description of at least three foot prints left at the scene. There have been other recent burglaries where Daniel “Slink” Webb was the primary suspect. On April 20th 2005 approximately 10:05pm I Officer Jessica Bond and my partner officer Bethany was dispatched to investigate a silent alarm report at chubby electronics at 312 south main street. On my arrival to the scene I observed that the front of electronics store appeared to be secure. I soon discovered that the rear door of chubby electronics had appeared to have been by persons breaking the door glass. Three visible foot prints near the rear door area that to appear to have been made by athletic or tennis shoes of the suspects. The shoe prints are of a man’s size 11-12 shoe. I photographed the outside of the scene and then continued into the store for further investigation. While investigating the inside of the store I found some electronic equipment missing from inventory. The store owner William “Chubby” Princeton reported a new Canon video camera, a new say no DVD player, a new Fuji digital camera and a used cell phone missing total loss was $1,450, my partner Bethany marked it as evidence. I also processed the...
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