This week we had one home burglary and two UBEVs (Unlawful Breaking and Entering Vehicles).
The home burglary occurred on Shannon Lane at approximately 11:55 a.m. on June 23. The thief entered a back door and took jewelry, cash and a MAC Book Pro. These victims did have an alarm system, and it was activated by the thief.
The first UBEV occurred on the CVS pharmacy lot in Crestline between 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. on June 24. The thief broke a front passenger window and removed the victim’s purse and other items.
The second UBEV occurred between June 19 and June 25 on Cold Harbor Drive. A necklace, checkbook and sunglasses were taken from the victim’s vehicle. The vehicle was likely unlocked as there was no sign of forced entry.
A man and his wife had an argument. According to her, he was angry and yelling. She called the police. He left before the police arrived.
One of our patrol officers encountered a man staggering by the side of Montevallo Road. When questioned by our officer about where he was going, the man stated that he was going to his home in Inverness. He stated that he had some drinks and had wrecked his truck. The officer explained to him that he was headed in the wrong direction, but the man insisted that he was on 280 and had walked that way before. He was arrested for “public intoxication.”
At approximately 2:30 p.m. on June 21, a pair of sunglasses was stolen from a business on Cahaba Road. As of this date, there is no description of the thief. A video will be available soon, and hopefully the thief’s identity will be discovered.
A report was taken at Cahaba Village Plaza concerning a case of criminal mischief. According to the victim, he was involved in a road rage incident on U.S. 280, and the other involved individual followed him and keyed his vehicle.
A woman reported that her Apple iCloud account had been hacked and all her personal information had been compromised.