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Police & Sheriff’s Reports 01-06-2021

  • Monday morning about 5:55 a.m., LaGrange Police responded to Ware Street in reference to a case of entering auto.

Officers arrived and met with the complainant, who stated that she had gone outside to warm her  white 2004 Honda Accord and noticed that several items had been moved from out of her dash and the recess under her radio.

The complainant stated that two unknown cell phones had been left inside her vehicle.

The victim advised that nothing of value was left inside the vehicle and that it did not appear that anything was taken.

The vehicle was believed to have been entered sometime during the night. The car was reportedly unlocked at the time of this incident.

Officers processed the vehicle for fingerprints, but did not attempt to canvass the area for potential witnesses due to the time of the report.

Police were unable to immediately locate the serial numbers for the cell phones, but they were taken into evidence.

This incident is still under investigation.

  • Sunday night about 8:24 p.m., LaGrange Police responded to Wynnwood Drive in reference to a burglary.

Officers arrived and met with the complainant, who stated he believed his ex-girlfriend had entered his residence and had stolen two pairs of shoes from him.

The victim explained that the female purchased one pair of shoes for him while they were dating, but he purchased the second pair.

The complainant valued the first pair of shoes at $200 and the second pair at $500. He stated he was also missing two pairs of Gucci socks, valued at $100 a pair, and a $12 iPhone charger.

The victim advised that he has been sleeping on his sister’s couch and further stated all of his property was either on the couch or behind the couch in the living room.

The complainant believes his ex entered the residence on New Year’s Eve due to neither his sister nor him being at the residence. Both he and his sister left the residence around 5:40 p.m. on New Year’s Eve and did not return to the residence until the next day.

The door to the residence was reportedly unlocked at the time of the incident.

The complainant mentioned he had been threatening the suspect with calling the police regarding his missing property and provided a photograph of the messages that have been exchanged between both parties.

The text conversation consisted of the complainant advising the suspect that if she wanted her stuff back then she needed to return his stuff as well. She replied stating, “I just took my stuff back, simple.”

This incident is still under investigation.

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