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West Orange Times & Observer Thursday, Jun. 19, 2014 4 years ago

Cops Corner 06.19.14

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Vandal causes major damage

Two speed limit signs, a “No Exit” sign and part of a fence were pulled from the ground and crepe myrtle trees were damaged along Montgomery Avenue in Ocoee at about 2:50 a.m. June 5.

“A surveillance camera at the front of the Admiral Pointe subdivision shows what appears to be a white male pulling the signs from the ground and damaging the fence,” Ocoee police said in a statement. “The suspect is with another male, who picks up the first sign and appears to want to stop the suspect from pulling another sign as the suspect throws the sign in the street. The suspect appears to be intoxicated as the video shows him stumble while walking along Montgomery Avenue. The total amount of damage is estimated at $1,000.”

Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Ocoee Police Department at 407-905-3160 or Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS or www.crimeline.org.

Winter Garden police

The Winter Garden Police Department reported 549 calls for service from June 5-11:

Arrests — Adult, 47; juvenile, 5

Assault/battery — 8

Burglary (residential and business) — 14

Burglary (vehicle) — 6

Child abuse — 0

Criminal mischief — 4

Drug violations — 15

DUI — 3

Robbery — 0

Sexual assault/battery — 0

Thefts — 8

Vehicle accidents — 19

Vehicle thefts — 3

Missing/runaway adult — 0

Missing/runaway juvenile — 0.

Winter Garden fire

The Winter Garden Fire Rescue Department (stations 22, 23 and 24) responded to 84 calls for assistance from June 8-14:

Fires—1

Emergency medical calls—57

Vehicle accidents—7

Automatic fire alarms—7

Public assistance—1

Hazardous conditions—3

Calls for service—8

Oakland police

The Oakland Police Department reported 191 calls for service in May: 

Felony arrest — 1

Misdemeanor arrests — 7

Traffic stops — 200

Traffic crashes — 8

Business checks — 735

Vacation house checks — 33.

Ocoee fire

The Ocoee Fire Department’s stations 25, 26, 38 and 39 responded to 109 calls for assistance during the period of June 5-11:

Fire—2

EMS—65

Vehicle accidents—5

Hazardous conditions—1

Public service—28

False alarms—8.

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