Janis Evans noticed the damage right away as she prepared to leave her Sunset Hills home for work that morning.
$1,000 in copper; $30 in rose bushes and $3,400 in tools and supplies
She dashed in — someone broke in.
Someone jimmied the window open.
The thief put the pedal to the metal.
“They destroyed everything.” Those were the words of Lynton Musik after he came home to find a burglar had ransacked his house one mid-morning in October.
The Victim: Michael O’Mara The Crime: Criminal mischief Date: Tuesday, Aug. 14 Sponsored Message Time: 10:09 a.m. Location: 1300 block…
The Victim: Teddie Cundiff The Crime: Theft Date: Saturday, July 21 Time: Between 8:15 p.m. and 7 a.m. Location: 1500…
The Victim: Norma Alejandro
The Crime: Burglary
Date: Friday June 15
Time: 9:20 p.m.
Location: 2600 block of Wilbur
Property damage crimes go in one ear and out the other.
The thief stole a license plate from a woman’s car.
The back door was kicked in.