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|11/10/2017||17-P-0665||Theft||An Officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby for a theft that had already occurred.|
|11/10/2017||17-P-0667||Burglary of Habitation||
At 9:14 PM, officers were dispatched to the 3100 block of Nottingham in regards to a residence with an open door. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that an unknown subject(s) forced entry through the residence’s kitchen door and removed items without permission.
|11/11/2017||No crimes reported|
|11/12/2017||17-P-0668||FSGI||Officers and Medical Personnel were dispatched to the 5500 Block of Buffalo Speedway in regards to a Major Accident/FSGI that had already occurred.|
|11/13/2017||17-P-0669||Theft||Officers responded to a theft call at the 4000 block of Bellaire Blvd, The store manager observed a shoplifter walk out of the market without paying for merchandise and the stores loss prevention staff was able to detain the shoplifter until Officers could arrive. The Officer took the shoplifter into custody for Theft.|
|11/14/2017||17-P-0670||Lost Property||An officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby to speak with a subject in regards of lost property.|
|11/14/2017||17-P-0671||Possession of Narcotics-MMDP||An officer observed a vehicle in the 3800 block of University fail to stop at a designated point, a stop sign. During the course of contact, the officer was able to detect an odor of marijuana emanating from within the vehicle. Upon further investigation a vehicle search was conducted and marijuana was found. The driver was given the opportunity to participate in a Harris County drug program, which the driver agreed to participate in. The driver was provided the necessary information and was released from the scene.|
|11/15/2017||17-P-0672||Evading||An officer initiated a traffic stop in the 2900 Duke. The driver of the vehicle refused to stop resulting in a vehicle pursuit being initiated. As the pursuit continued, officers from Southside PD, and HPD responded to assist. After approximately 16 miles, a HPD unit was able to deploy spike strips in the 12200 block of I-10 east that deflated both of the suspect vehicle’s front tires. The driver of the vehicle eventually stopped and was taken into custody without further incident.|
|11/15/2017||17-P-0673||Driving while license invalid||An officer a vehicle traveling northbound in the 6600 block of Buffalo Speedway with expired registration. A traffic stop was conducted and the driver was subsequently arrested for Driving While License Invalid with no valid proof of financial responsibility/insurance.|
|11/15/2017||17-P-0674||Identity Theft||At 4:21 pm, an officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby in reference to a case of fraud that already occurred.|
|11/16/2017||17-P-0675||Identity Theft||At 11:00 am, an officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby for a report of identity theft that already occurred.|
|11/17/2017||No crimes reported|
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