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West Orange Times & Observer Thursday, Sep. 25, 2014 4 years ago

Cops Corner 09.25.14

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by: Tony Judnich

Ocoee Police

Sept. 16

1200 block of Russell Drive. Vehicle burglary. A purse containing jewelry, money and other items, with a total value of $16,414, was stolen from a vehicle parked outside of a residence sometime between 7 p.m. Sept. 15 and 9:20 a.m. Sept. 16.

Sept. 18

400 block of Little Spring Hill Drive. Fraud. Police spoke with a woman who reported that $500 was withdrawn from her Pay Pal account by an unknown person.

Winter Garden Police

Sept. 12

15000 block of West Colonial Drive. Petty theft. Two bicycles, each worth about $100, reportedly were stolen from the outside area of two apartments.

Sept. 15

1000 block of Maxey Drive. Aggravated assault. After an argument, a woman reportedly drove her car directly at another woman, causing her to run across the street to get away, a report stated. Shortly afterward, the two women began fighting. The woman who reportedly had to run away from the car told police she did not want to press charges.

14000 block of Tullamore Loop. Grand theft. A woman’s son allegedly grabbed her bag of clothing, precious metals and jewelry, worth a total of $15,000, as she waited for a taxi. After telling police that the items were “community property” and that he was taking them for his father, the son returned the items to his mother, who declined prosecution and further police action.

Prescription Take Back

The Ocoee Police Department will participate in National Prescription Take Back Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, in front of the Police Department, 646 Ocoee Commerce Parkway.

During the event, people can voluntarily turn in unused, unwanted or expired pharmaceutically controlled substances and other medications to law-enforcement officers for destruction, with no questions asked.

A drive-up drop-off will be available for easy access so that participants dropping off medications will not have to leave their vehicles. To learn more, contact Sgt. Scott Nylander at (407) 905-3160 or [email protected].

CALL STATS

Ocoee Fire

The Ocoee Fire Department (stations 25, 26, 38 and 39) reported 85 calls for assistance from Sept. 11-17:

Fire—1

EMS—56

Vehicle accidents—0

Hazardous conditions—0

Public service—23

False alarms—5.

Ocoee Police

The Ocoee Police Department reported 941 calls for service from Sept. 11-17:

Arrests (adult) — 9

Arrests (juvenile) — 1

Assault and battery — 3

Burglary (residential and business) — 8

Burglary (vehicle) — 4

Child abuse — 1

Criminal mischief — 4

Drug violations — 1

DUI — 0

Robbery — 1

Sexual battery — 0

Thefts — 15

Vehicle accidents — 17

Vehicle thefts — 2

Missing/endangered adult — 0

Missing/runaway juvenile — 0.

Windermere Police

The Windermere Police Department reported 77 calls for service from Sept. 15-21.

Winter Garden Fire

The Winter Garden Fire Rescue Department (stations 22, 23 and 24) reported 86 calls for assistance from Sept. 14-20:

Fires—1

Emergency medical calls—58

Vehicle accidents—7

Automatic fire alarms—9

Public assistance—1

Hazardous conditions—3

Calls for service—7.

Winter Garden Police

The Winter Garden Police Department reported 557 calls for service from Sept. 11-17:

Arrests — Adult, 25; juvenile, 2

Assault/battery — 16

Burglary (residential and business) — 4

Burglary (vehicle) — 2

Child abuse — 0

Criminal mischief — 2

Drug violations — 5

DUI — 3

Robbery — 1

Sexual assault/battery — 1

Thefts — 17

Vehicle accidents — 23

Vehicle thefts — 0

Missing/runaway adult — 0

Missing/runaway juvenile — 2.

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