Editor’s note: This list covers all significant crimes from Dec. 3 through Dec. 9. For that time period, there were no significant incidents in the towns of Hemby Bridge and Wesley Chapel. All investigations are considered ongoing unless otherwise stated.
Just wanted to have a look around
Thieves couldn’t find what they were looking for during a break-in Sunday, Dec. 5. The incident happened at a resident on the 700 block of Goose Creek Drive, where the 49-year-old homeowner came out to find her 2001 Ford Windstar had been broken into. Nothing was taken from inside the vehicle and no other damage was done to the property.
Early morning shopping spree
Deputies are investigating after a Fairview resident returned to find thieves had paid a visit. The incident happened just before 8:30am at the 7200 block of W. Duncan Road. Thieves entered through a side door to the home, running out with seven credit cards, keys to the homeowner’s truck, $25 in cash, a $300 purse and a horsetrailer key. No damage was done to the property and neither the truck or the horsetrailer were stolen.
The wrong time to work on the lawn
Over $9000 in landscaping materials were stolen from a home at the 6200 block of Indian Trail-Fairview Road Sunday, Dec. 5. The 59-year-old resident came outside just after 8pm, to find the materials missing. Nothing else was taken and no damage done to the property.
Trash cans vandalized
Deputies were called out to several homes along the 3000 block of Sagebrush Bend Friday, Dec. 3, after vandals caused $1400 worth of damage to trash cans in the area. The incidents happened after 2am that morning. It’s unknown what type of vehicle was used in the incidents. Nothing else was damaged at any of the homes.
Vehicle damaged at local business
Vandals caused over $1,000 in damage to a vehicle sitting at a local business. The incident happened around 3am on Sunday, Dec. 5, at the 6800 block of Creft Circle. The car had been left at Ms Dee Dees After School program. Vandals entered through the side door, causing damage to both the windshield and vinyl seats.
Vandals hit Hickory Bark residence
An estimated $500 in damage was done to a vehicle at the 300 block of Hickory Bark Court Sunday, Dec. 5. Vandals targeted the grey Hyundai Sonata sitting at the property. The 47-year-old resident returned to find the damage done. Nothing was taken from the vehicle and no other damage was done to the property.
Vandals hit local home
Deputies were called out to a home at the 5000 block of Waxhaw Highway, after vandals paid a visit. An estimated $250 in damage was done to the property, with nothing stolen. The incident happened Saturday, Dec. 4, with the homeowner returning around 7pm to find the damage.
Always keep the doors locked
An unlocked vehicle led to a theft in Unionville Saturday, Dec. 4. The vehicle was sitting at the 4900 block of Campobello Drive when thieves opened the door, removed guns and $300 in cash from the Honda Ridgeline. Nothing else was damaged and no other items were reported as stolen from the home.
Gates damaged at subdivision
The iron gates at the entrance to Stradford on Providence were damaged Monday, Dec. 6. Estimated damages were placed at $4100 for the incident, which happened just after 3pm at the 2000 block of Bell Forest Court.