Police Blotter: Suspected Golf Club Thief Grabs More than $500 in Merchandise

Part one of this week's collection of incident reports from the Chesterfield Police Department.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Chesterfield Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

Jan. 16

Drug paraphernalia, I-64 and Long Road – A 33-year-old female was found in possession of marijuana paraphernalia after being stopped for a traffic violation.

Jan. 17

Credit card fraud, 6XX Broadmoor Drive – A 35-year-old male used the victim’s debit card without permission.

Assault, 2XX W. Manor Drive – A 52-year-old male and a 17-year-old male pushed each other after an argument, causing minor injuries.

Property damage, 13XXX Kingscross Lane – An unknown subject broke window on a security door with a rock.

Jan. 18

Burglary, 14XXX Olive Boulevard – Sometime between Jan. 18 and Jan. 22, an unknown subject broke the window on a business in an attempt to gain entry.

Shoplifting, 1XX THF Boulevard – An unknown subject took printer cartridges and left store without paying.

Jan. 19

Shoplifting, 1X THF Boulevard – A 57-year-old male took more than $500 in golf clubs and left a store without paying.

Harassment, 9XX Doresay Lane – Sometime between Jan. 19 and Jan. 20, a 31-year-old female made unwanted phone calls to the victim.

Drug possession, E. Chesterfield Parkway and Schoettler Valley Drive – A 24-year-old female was found in possession of marijuana and paraphernalia after being stopped for a traffic violation.

Shoplifting, 1XX THF Boulevard – A 43-year-old male pushed a grocery cart full of merchandise out of a store without paying.

Jan. 20

Larceny, 13XXX Kingscross Lane – Sometime between Jan. 20 and Jan. 22, a 16-year-old male took valuable coins from the victim’s coin collection.

Drug possession, Clarkson Wilson Court and Clarkson Woods Drive – A 19-year-old male was found in possession of marijuana and alcohol after being stopped for a traffic violation.  


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