12/01 — Public Intoxication/Alcohol300 block of S. Dick Price RoadAt 3:11 a.m. officers responded to a hit and run accident. A homeowner reported that he heard noises outside of his home and looked to find a vehicle that appeared to have struck his mailbox. There was no one around the vehicle at the time. The officers identified the possible driver/suspect from a wallet left in the vehicle. Contact was made with an emergency contact, who reported that she had heard nothing from the driver/suspect. A tow truck was dispatched to impound the vehicle pending further investigation. During this time a vehicle pulled up to the scene. A male exited the vehicle to approach the tow truck. The male appeared to be intoxicated but stated that he was not the driver of the vehicle. Further questioning of the male revealed that he was the suspect and had left the scene after striking the mailbox. The suspect admitted to drinking at a bar earlier in the evening. He was cited for public intoxication and released to a third party who responded to the scene.
12/01 — Assault by Contact (Family)100 block of W. Mistletoe DriveAt 1:41 p.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance. A male and female were in the process of separating. The male had come to the residence to collect some of his property when an argument occurred. The male pushed the female during the argument and then attempted to prevent her from calling 9-1-1. A second female was present at the scene as a witness. The male was placed under arrest for the assault and interfering with the 9-1-1 call. The female/victim requested a protective order.
12/02 — Incident (Other)200 block of Hillside DriveAt 4:48 p.m. a female victim reported that she received two pieces of mail addressed to an unknown male and female. The mail had her address and the names used her last name but different first names. The mail contained prepaid credit cards in the names of the two addressees. The victim had no idea who the people were and did not authorize any prepaid cards. She reported the possible identity theft to her bank.
12/02 — Possession of Drug Paraphernalia100 block of W. Kennedale ParkwayAt 10:19 p.m. officers stopped a vehicle for driving without headlights. An odor of marijuana emitted from the vehicle’s interior. Officers located marijuana residue and paraphernalia in the vehicle. The driver was cited and released.
12/04 — Attempted Burglary1300 block of Mountain View LaneAt 9:45 a.m. an officer responded to a burglar alarm at a residence. While checking the residence a glove was found in the back yard. The homeowner stated it was not hers. The glove was collected for evidentiary purposes. Entry was not made into the residence.
12/04 — Theft $2,500 to $30,0001000 block of Kennedale Sublett RoadOn 12/03/2019 a resident made a report to police that he had paid a roofer for repairs to his home. The repairs were not made and the roofer would not return the homeowner’s calls. The resident reported that he knew a criminal case was filed by another police department on the roofer for the same type of complaint. A detective investigated and found that a case was, in fact, pending at the district attorney’s office. After consulting with the prosecutor on 12/04/2019, it was decided that the detective would present the Kennedale case to be included with the pending case.
12/04 — Assault by Contact (Family Violence)100 block of N. Dick Price RoadAt 6:35 p.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance. A female victim reported that her suspect husband, who was not on the scene, had come into the home screaming and yelling at her. During the incident the suspect struck the victim in the face with a roll of paper towels. The suspect left the residence before officers arrived. The victim did have a slight injury consistent with her complaint.
12/05 — Credit/Debit Card Abuse300 block of South Dick Price RoadAt 3:57 p.m. a victim reported that unknown person(s) used her identity to purchase items fraudulently over the internet.
12/05 — Criminal Trespass700 block of E. Kennedale ParkwayAt 5:40 p.m. officers responded to a complaint of criminal trespass. A complainant reported that a known suspect had entered the property illegally after being warned earlier in the day. The suspect female had been evicted from the property along with others during the day shift. The trespass warning was issued at the time. The female was placed under arrest and transported to jail for booking.
12/06 — Criminal Mischief $100 to $750700 block of W. Kennedale ParkwayAt 3:15 p.m. officers responded to a disturbance. The city code compliance officer was attempting to remove an inoperable vehicle from a property when the property owner confronted the officer and the towing company driver. The vehicle was eventually moved from the location.
12/06 — Hit and Run Accident800 block of W. Kennedale ParkwayAt 1:45 p.m. a victim reported a hit and run accident. The victim stated that she was struck from behind by another vehicle while driving on Kennedale Parkway. The other vehicle left the scene but the victim was able to get the license plate number. The suspect vehicle was registered to a local business. Officers went to the business and contacted a representative, who was cooperative. The vehicle and driver were located on site. The driver stated that the victim's vehicle had changed lanes, striking his vehicle with her bumper. The case is still under investigation.
12/07 — Death Investigation300 block of S. New Hope RoadAt 4:25 a.m. officers responded to an assist call with the fire department. An 89-year-old male was non-responsive and CPR was in progress. After several minutes it was determined that the male was deceased and could not be revived. The wife of the victim reported that he had several health issues and was under a doctor’s care. The medical examiner’s office was contacted and authorized the release of the victim to a funeral home.
NOTE: The above items are based on police reports. They do not include calls for which no report was written, and some of these offenses — after further investigation — may be deemed unfounded. Therefore, this data should not be viewed as or used to calculate official statistics.