PD Blotter, Police Department

Weekly Blotter:

February 3, 2023


January 22-28, 2023






Weekly Arrests 
(Includes cite/released):
54 Homicide        0
Weekly Calls for Service: 1,927 Assault—Great Bodily Injury 1
Weekly Reports Taken:245 Burglary— Non Residential  7
Weekly Complaints
(against HPD):
0 Burglary—Residential  0
Weekly Calls Received:5,056   Larceny  28

This data is subject to change and based on crimes that were re-ported to have occurred during the time frame of this report. 

Some reports may yet to be initiated and/or reclassified during investigations.                                                                                                                      

                 Larceny From Auto  19
Robbery  5
Vehicle Theft  33
Mental Health CFS  7
Reports of Gunfire  0


Assault with a deadly Weapon: On 01/25/2023, at 2:28 AM, the victim and suspect are known to each other and got into an argument near the 22000 block of Myrtle St. The suspect grabbed an object, struck the victim, and fled the scene. The victim received treatment at a local medical facility for non-life-threatening injuries. (Report #2023-004720)

Robbery: On 01/25/2023, at 5:16 PM, the victim was standing outside her vehicle near the 22000 block of Mission Blvd when she was approached by the suspect. The suspect used force and took property from the victim before he fled the scene in a vehicle. (Report #2023-004866)

Robbery: On 01/26/2023, at 4:44 PM, the victim was walking near the intersection of Tennyson Rd and Leidig Ct when he was approached by the suspect. The suspect simulated a handgun and demanded property from the victim. Out of fear, the victim gave the suspect his property and the suspect fled the scene on foot. (Report #2023-005054)

Home Invasion Robbery/Domestic Violence: On 01/27/2023, at 1:22 PM, the suspect forced entry into a residence near the 1600 block of E St and assaulted his girlfriend inside. The suspect then stole property from the residence and fled the scene. (Report #2023-005188)

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