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Police Blotter: Landlord Kicks Tenant Out, But Keeps Her Laptop

Part two of the weekly incident report from the Chesterfield Police Department

Nov. 6

Assault – A 27-year-old male grabbed and shook the victim after argument in the 800 block of Westmeade Drive, but caused no injuries.

Dog Running Loose – A 63-year-old male allowed two dogs to run loose in the neighborhood. The incident occurred in the 14000 block of Pocono Circle.

Shoplifting – A 38-year-old male took a hat from a store in the Chesterfield Mall and left without paying.

Shoplifting – Unknown subject took two pairs of jeans from a store in the Chesterfield Mall and left without paying.

Nov. 5

Harassment – A 51-year-old female made phone threats to her former employer at 9 The Pines Court.

Property damage – A 50-year-old male construction worker damaged a wall in the bathroom of a house in the 2100 block of Terrimill Terrace.

Shoplifting – A 53-year-old male took alcohol from a store in the 100 block of Hilltown Village Center and left without paying.

Nov. 4

Peace Disturbance – A 51-year-old male threatened a neighbor over an argument about leaves on his property in the 14000 block of Los Padres Court.

Nov. 3

Larceny, person – An unknown subject took a wallet from the victim’s purse and used her credit cards. The incident occurred in the 1900 block of Grayson Ridge Court.

Harassment -  An unknown subject left a threatening phone message on the victim’s voicemail in the 16000 block of Chesterfield Grove Road. 

Larceny, person – A 32-year-old female and landlord took the laptop of a tenant after she had kicked the individual out. The incident occurred in the 1800 block of Schoettler Valley Drive.

Larceny, person – A 29-year-old male took a women’s iPhone after she left it unattended in the 16000 block of N. Outer 40 Road.

Liquor violation – A 17-year-old male in an intoxicated condition knocked on the victim’s door in the 1100 block of Greystone Manor Parkway. 

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