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5 Vehicles Broken Into at Days Inn Hazelwood

And, license plates were taken from a trade-in vehicle at Bommarito Nissan in Monday's crime report.

Here are a few of the crimes that have occurred in the throughout the past two weeks. Hazelwood Patch attained the accounts from the .

May 14

Second-Degree Burglary: An individual forced entry through the rear window of a residence in the 800 block of Coachlight Lane. Two televisions and two shotguns were stolen. Several items were later located.

Second-Degree Burglary: An individual entered a residence in the 700 block of Riderwood Drive through an unlocked rear door a stole a television.

Property Damage: The window at Prime Jewelers at St. Louis Mills was broken.

May 15

Failure to Comply/Resisting Arrest: Two people were arrested in the 700 block of Riderwood Drive after failure to comply to police and resisted arrest. The arrests were the result of pedestrian checks.

Stealing: A woman was arrested for stealing at Old Navy.

Drug Arrest: A traffic stop resulted in the arrest of the driver for possession of marijuana at the intersection of Dunn Road and Sieloff Drive.

Animal Bite: A dog bit a juvenile in the 4800 block of Rose Blossom Lane.

May 16

Drug Possession: An individual was arrested for possession of drugs in the 30 block of Teson Garden Walk.

Stealing/Property Damage to a Vehicle: A vehicle was broken into at the Days Inn Hotel. A GPS device, DVD player, television and cash were stolen.

Stealing/Property Damage to a Vehicle: A vehicle was broken into at the Days Inn Hotel. A GPS device was stolen.

Stealing/Property Damage to a Vehicle: A vehicle was broken into at the Days Inn Hotel. A GPS device and six nail guns were stolen.

Stealing/Property Damage to a Vehicle: A vehicle was broken into at the Days Inn Hotel. A GPS device was stolen.

Peace Disturbance: A woman in the 7000 block of Woody Court called the police because her ex-boyfriend was making threats against her.

Drug Possession/Drug Paraphernalia: An individual was arrested for having drugs and drug related items on their person in the 300 block of Chaparrall Creek Drive. The incident resulted from a call about a verbal disturbance.

Stealing: An iPod Touch was stolen from a residence in the 700 block of Holiday Avenue.

Stealing: License plates taken from trade-in vehicle at Bommarito Nissan.

Vehicle Theft: A vehicle was stolen in the 7200 block of Morningaire Circle.

Stealing/Property Damage to a Vehicle: A vehicle was broken into at the Days Inn Hotel. Several items were stolen.

Ashley June 11, 2012 at 08:40 PM
It's good to know that NoCo residents think they can still leave the door to their homes and vehicles unlocked and feel safe doing so. The sad part is that no matter WHERE you live...north, south or west, you can't.

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