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12/13/2011 - Bruglary at Rosser Gin Company
On Tuesday, December 13, 2011 unknown person or person entered in to a building and removed some items without the owner`s consent.If you have any information please help us with this burglary.

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11/25/2011 - ARMED ROBBERY OCA #2011821 Forney Police Department

 On Friday, November 25th, 2011, at around 10:45 am, Forney Police Officers were dispatched to an alarm at the local Bank of America located in the 100 block of US HWY 80. Upon arrival it was discovered the suspects were already gone, headed west on US HWY 80. Officers confirmed everyone was ok inside the bank and began getting witness statements. 

 The suspects were described as two males wearing ski masks, gray sweatshirt / hoodies and jeans. Both suspects brandished weapons during the robbery. The vehicle was described as a late model four door white car.

 If anyone was in the area around the time of this incident that may have seen a person or persons leaving the area that matches the description of the suspects, or possibly seen any vehicles leaving the area around that time, or have experienced or witnessed any similar type of incident, or has any information concerning any crimes, please contact the Criminal Investigations Division at the Forney Police Department at 972-564-7600.

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11/13/2011 - Theft of Wheels Mabank, Texas

Sunday 11/13/11 at approximately 08:34 hours Officer Kenneth Otterline 405 responded to 815 West Mason street Mabank, Texas on a theft already Occurred.

 Officer Otterline arrived and found that Three vehicles had tires and wheels removed and one vehicle had the wheel caps removed. A 2012 Black Chevrolet 2500HD crew cab four wheel drive had four tires and rims stolen and cut and split wood placed under all wheel disc. A 2012 white Chevrolet 2500HD crew cab Four wheel drive was three tires and wheels stolen and a 2012 red Chevrolet 2500HD crew cab Four wheel drive had the left rear stolen. The fourth Vehicle was 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 two wheel drive the wheel nut caps were removed and placed on the ground behind the wheels.

 Officer Otterline had Mabank dispatch contact Chief McAfee, Lieutenant Bradshaw and the owner Randy Teague. All Three Individuals arrived on scene. Lieutenant Bradshaw assisted in attempting to recovery any fingerprints. The wheel caps from the 2011 Chevrolet Silverado1500 and all wheel nuts from all three of the Chevrolet 2500HD`s were seized evidence recovery. A witness affidavit from Jody Farrell was obtained and photos were taken of all vehicles.

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11/11/2011 - Burglary on College St, Crandall,

The Crandall Police Dept. would like your help in solving a burglary of a habitation.  Several guns in a brown colored Browning brand gun safe were taken on 11/22/11 from a residence on College St in Crandall some time between 1pm and 9pm.  The list of guns includes:

A 45/410 Smith and Wesson Governor pistol

Colt 32 auto pocket pistol

Colt 22 single action Frontier pistol

Colt agent 38 Special pistol 

Colt 22 Woodsman pistol

Smith and Wesson 686 357 Magnum Pistol

Two Smith and Wesson 1006 10mm pistols

Two Glock Model 20 10mm pistols

Berretta 22 Tomcat pistol

Two Colt Single action army pistols

Smith and Wesson 500 50 Caliber pistol

Ruger Mini 30 Ruger Rifle

Ruger Mini 14 Ruger rifle

Remington 1100 12 Gauge Shotgun

Saiga 12 Gauge Shotgun with a box magazine

Browning A-5 Shotgun

Two Ruger 10-22 Rifles

BSA 375 H&H rifle

Winchester 30-06 Model 70 rifle

AK47 AKM 90 rifle

Remington 243 Model 70 rifle

Colt AR-15 rifle

H&K 91 rifle

Colt AR-15 rifle

Please contact Det. Sisson 469-447-4129 if you have any information or leave an online crime stoppers tip.

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11/10/2011 - Burglary of a Vehicle Mabank, Texas

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 Thursday 11/10/11 at approximately 09:09 hours Officer Kenneth Otterline 405 responded to 101 Carley Lane on a burglary of a vehicle already occurred.

 Officer Otterline arrived and spoke with William F Reese who stated his 2006 Chevrolet pickup truck was broken into sometime during the night. A Topcon surveying instrument, scientific calculator, Toshiba Tecra laptop computer, three bottles of medication and prism pole were taken from the vehicle. Mr. Reese stated that the vehicle was locked when he went inside for the night. The tool box in bed of the truck was not locked and that`s where the prism pole was stored. Mr. Reese Got up and went to work that`s when he noticed that his calculator was missing. Mr. Reese came back to his residence and searched for the calculator and noticed other items were missing and notified the Mabank Police Department to file a report.

 Officer Otterline obtained an affidavit from Mr. Reese, a list of the stolen items and took several photos of the vehicle. Officer Otterline did not observe and signs of forced entry or damage to the vehicle. Mr. Reese went through the Vehicle looking for the stolen items no fingerprints were recovered.

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8/11/2011 - Burglary of a Building CR 4075

On 08/11/2011 a burglary of a building occurred in the 17000 block of CR 4075. The burglary occurred between approximately 0330 and 0340 hours. Items take during the burglary included a 2006 Green Polaris Ranger UTV 700CC, 2003 Yellow Polaris Sportsman 600CC ATV, Red Lincoln 110 Wire Welder, and Remington 12 Gauge Pump Shotgun along with miscellaneous hand tools.

Two males were seen in riding the stolen utility vehicles off the property. If you have any information regarding the burglary contact crime stoppers.

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8/6/2011 - Stolen Farm Equipment
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The Kaufman Police Department is asking for the communities help in solving a theft of a Kubota farm tractor. It is orange in color and is a model M4900S-F that was stolen between August 06 – 07, 2011 from Cordell Farm & Ranch Store Inc. located in the 700 Block of East Mulberry, Kaufman, Texas.

 

 Not actual stolen tractor but similar model and style

 

We are asking our neighbors and the community to assist us in keeping crime down. If you see suspicious behavior, please call the Kaufman Police Department at 972-932-3094.

If you have any information about this crime, or other crimes, please call the Kaufman County Crime Stoppers at 1-877-TIPS-KCC (1-877-847-7522).

 

Kaufman Police Department

972-932-3094

Sgt. Doug Barker

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7/26/2011 - Vehicle Burglary
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Burglary of Motor Vehicle that occurred at on 07/25/2011 at Brookshire’s at 2235 South Washington in Kaufman. Video shows subject leaving in a Silver/Gray small passenger vehicle believed to be a Scion TC and the vehicle is missing its right / passenger side front fender off the vehicle.

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7/26/2011 - Residential Burglary - Kaufman

The Kaufman Police Department is investigating the Burglary of a Residence in the 1700 Block of South Washington on June 26, 2011. The Kaufman Police Department is still investigating leads on this case but need our communities help.

            Kaufman Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000.00 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) who committed this crime.  If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call, text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.  If you prefer to contact the police at the numbers listed below: 

           

Kaufman Police Department

Detective L. Edwards

972-932-3094

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5/30/2011 - Burglary - Trinity Valley Community College
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On May 30, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. two Hispanic males broke into the maintenance building at the Trinity Valley Community College, 1200 East IH 20, in Terrell, Texas. The suspects stole various types of lawn and gardening equipment, shop tools and other miscellaneous items. The suspects were driving a white late 1990’s or early 2000’s model Chevrolet Suburban or GMC Yukon. This vehicle has a very distinctive gray or faded black stripe that runs horizontally down the center of both side and rear doors. The suspects loaded this vehicle with hand tools and handheld lawn equipment before they left the scene several minutes later.

 

At 4:15 p.m., the same two suspects, along with a third suspect, returned and stole some additional lawn equipment and shop type tools. They also loaded a riding lawn mower into the back of the van before leaving.

 

 

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5/13/2011 - City of Terrell Parks Department Burglary

On Monday May 9, 2011, the Terrell Police Department began investigating the burglary of two storage buildings owned by the City of Terrell Parks Department. The buildings are located in the 100 block of Lions Club Road and were burglarized during the night on May 8, 2011. The suspect(s) stole several pieces of lawn equipment, power tools, and various other types of equipment from inside the buildings. Anyone with information concerning this crime or the identity of the suspects is encouraged to submit tips to Kaufman County Crimestoppers, or contact the Terrell Police Department at 972-551-6622.

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5/5/2011 - Burglary Headquarters Hair Salon

The Kaufman Police Department is investigating the Burglary of a Building at Headquarters Hair Salon located at 1407 South Washington on May 5, 2011. The Kaufman Police Department is still investigating leads on this case but is looking to our community for help.

            Kaufman Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000.00 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) who committed this crime.  If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call, text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.  If you prefer to contact the police at the numbers listed below: 

           

Kaufman Police Department

Detective L. Edwards

972-932-3094

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5/3/2011 - Burglary Sun Flower Park Maintenance

The Kaufman Police Department is investigating the Burglary of a Building at Sun Flower Park Maintenance Building located at 1803 E Hwy 243 on May 03, 2011. The Kaufman Police Department is still investigating leads on this case but is looking to our community for help.

            Kaufman Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000.00 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) who committed this crime.  If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call, text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.  If you prefer to contact the police at the numbers listed below: 

           

Kaufman Police Department

Detective L. Edwards

972-932-3094

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4/25/2011 - Burglary 1800 Block of Elizabeth

The Kaufman Police Department is investigating the Burglary of a Residence in the 1800 Block of Elizabeth on April 25, 2011 involving two subjects. The Kaufman Police Department is still investigating leads on this case but need our communities help.

          Kaufman Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000.00 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) who committed this crime.  If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call, text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.  If you prefer to contact the police at the numbers listed below: 

           

Kaufman Police Department

Detective L. Edwards

972-932-3094

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4/14/2011 - AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION VANDALISM - Terrell
On March 14th and again on March 23rd, unknown persons committed vandalism to Heavy Equipment at the Terrell Airport Construction Site for the New Airport Terminal.  Significant damage to various equipment and structures.  Anyone with information concerning this crime or the identity of the suspects is encouraged to submit tips to Kaufman County Crimestoppers, or contact the Terrell Police Department at 972-551-6622

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