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Police & Sheriff’s Reports 11-18-2020

Sunday afternoon, about 2:44 p.m., LaGrange Police responded to Laurel Crossing Apartments on Park Place in reference to found property.

Officers arrived and met with the complainant who stated her juvenile daughter had found a purse in some shrubs near the pool area. She stated some items were scattered around the purse so they put them back inside of it.

The purse was turned over to police, along with a newer driver’s license belonging to a female on White Oak Drive.

Police later relocated to White Oak Drive where contact was made with the license holder. She stated that someone had entered her vehicle on Nov. 6 while it was parked at Laurel Crossing Apartments near the 1500 building.

The victim stated she went to the location around 8 p.m. to style her friend’s hair. Her purse had been left on the front passenger seat, and the doors were unlocked. She stated she later came back out to the vehicle around 10:30 and noticed that the purse was gone.

The victim advised that she was going to wait until someone used her debit or credit cards before she reported the incident.

The victim stated that someone tried to use her Cash App card, but there was no money on it.

The only items reported missing from the purse were the Cash App card and a Chime card.

This incident is still under investigation.

Sunday morning, about 7:40 a.m., LaGrange Police responded to Pegasus Parkway in reference to a case of theft.

Officers arrived and met with a complainant about a theft that happened on his hunting land.

The complainant stated that on Nov. 7 he noticed that two of his deer stands, valued at $250, along with a set of 25-foot section of steps, valued at $60, were missing from his hunting property off of Old Hutchinson Mill Road.

The victim stated that he was on his property on Saturday and found the stands along with the steps just on the other side of his property leaning against a tree. He stated that he recovered the items and took them to his residence.

Several trail cameras were placed on the property, which showed a black male driving a white GMC pickup truck driving along the sewer line that butts up against the hunting property on Oct. 21.

The victim stated that he didn’t recognize the person driving, and he contacted DNR to let them know that someone might be hunting illegally on his property.

This incident is still under investigation.


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