This person tried to break into the office at Heritage Square Apartments, 501 Houston St, on 9-25-13 at about 3:15AM. When he saw the surveillance camera he cut the wires on the camera in an attempt to render it inoperable.
Anyone with information about this offense should contact Det. Sgt. Bobby Gray at 469-309-4432 or email@example.com
Waxahachie Police are trying to determine who stole ¾ “ copper pipe and several windows out of two new homes under construction in the 100 Blk of Blue Moon and the 100 blk of Omaha Ct. These are located near the new Park Place addition, located at the end of Sagebrush St. Anyone with information about these crimes can contact Waxahachie Crime Stoppers, or Lt. Todd Woodruff @ firstname.lastname@example.org or 469-309-4431.
Between 7/19/13 and 7/22/13, thieves removed copper wiring from a home that was under construction in the 300 blk of Moonlight Trail. Wiring was cut at another unfinished home in the 200 blk of Stardust, but suspect appears to have left hurriedly without actually removing the wiring. Anyone with information about these crimes should contact Det. Kyle Ranton at469-309-4439 or email@example.com
On May 31, 2013 at approx. 2:50PM, a pizza deliveryman reported being robbed in the 700 blk of Perry St.
A female suspect approached the deliveryman as he was leaving the area, claiming she had a gun and demanding his money. She is described as 5’5 tall and weighing about 200 pounds, wearing a multi-color sleeveless shirt with black yoga type pants.
Anyone with information about this case should contact Det. Dale Sigler at 469-309-4437 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Waxahachie Police are trying to find out who stole the batteries out of several school buses that were parked at the Life School at 3295 N. Hwy 77 on the night of 7/7-7/8/13.
White male driving white SUV , 20-40 years old , broke into the dollar bill changer at the car wash at 3390 N 77 on 6-19-13. Contact Det. Bobby Gray if you have any information.
On 06-15-2013, an Officer was dispatched to a home in the 1800 blk. of Ferris Ave. in reference to a burglary of a habitation. Upon arrival the homeowner reported that two bikes were stolen out of his attached garage. Between 2200 hrs on 06-14-2013 and 0830 hrs on 6-15-13 an unknown person(s) entered his attached garage, through an open door, and removed his Pacific mountain bike and his wife’s Schwinn bicycle. The Pacific bicycle is gun metal gray with blue letters. His wife’s Schwinn bike is silver with green trim.
On 06/12/2013 an officer responded to a location in the 500 blk of Ferris Ave. in reference to a burglary of a building. A storage shed on the back of that property had been broken into and several landscaping tools were stolen. An Echo brand leaf blower, a Stihl “weed eater”, and a Ryobi chainsaw were stolen. Anyone with information about this offense should contact Sgt. Bobby Gray at email@example.com or 469-309-4432.
On 06/04/2013, at approximately 06:29 AM, a WPD Officer was dispatched to a home in the 100 blk of Chapman Cir in reference to a criminal mischief.
The resident reported that sometime last night (night of 06/03/2013 and 06/04/2013) unknown subject(s) egged his white Chevrolet Silverado on the outside and inside of the vehicle.
The vehicle’s doors were unlocked and the subject(s) threw multiple eggs inside the vehicle causing damage.
Anyone with information about this crime should contact Lt. Todd Woodruff at 469-309-4431or firstname.lastname@example.org
On 5-13-13 at 9:21AM, WPD officers were called to a home in the 100 blk of Driftwood on a burglary in progress. A neighbor reported seeing three males in the back yard of her neighbor’s home. She approached them and they all ran to a “beat up” gold SUV (possibly a Dodge Durango) parked on the street and drove away. Officers discovered the home had been broken into. A large flat screen TV was taken along with miscellaneous jewelry items. Anyone with information about this case should contact Det. K. Ranton at 469-309-4439.
Thieves are breaking into cars at the Optimist Ball Park parking lot off Spencer St. These are occurring right after dark on Friday and Saturday nights. Anyone with information about these offenses should contact Lt. Todd Woodruff at 469-309-4431 or email@example.com
On March 18, 2013 at approximately 4:53 PM , a WPD officer was dispatched to an apartment at Northtown Village, 1231 W 287 Bypass in reference to a Burglary of a Habitation.
The resident reported that between 12:00PM and 4:50M, an unknown person made entry in his apartment without consent and took multiple items.
It appeared the suspect(s) made entry through one of the windows.
A television and Playstation 3 were taken, along with a television and shoes. Anyone with information about this crime should contact Detective Gray at 469-309-4432
On Friday, March 8th, 2013 ,at approximately 12:24 PM, Officer E. Maldonado responded to a robbery that just occurred in the 500 block of W 287 Bypass Service Road.
A 15 year old victim reported being robbed of cash while walking home from school. The suspect was said to be a light-skinned, black male about 6ft 1in tall, thin, short hair, no facial hair, approximately 19 years of age, wearing a gray shirt, possibly armed with a knife. The offense occurred about 20 minutes prior to the call and the suspect ran south (though the Indian Village Apartments) from the service road.
On 02-27-2013, at 2:25 pm , WPD Officers were dispatched to 1540 N. Hwy 77( Belk) in reference to a theft. They were told that three males had entered the store, grabbed several ladies purses off the display table, and then ran out of the store without paying.
Suspects fled the location before police arrived. It was reported that a fourth male was waiting outside in a silver or gray small 4 door car.
The suspects made off with about 40 purses.
The Department has received several reports over the last few months of gas being siphoned out of cars at Northtown Village Apartments, 1231 W.287 Bypass. The offenses are occurring at night and are most prevalent near apartments 17-23.
Detectives are investigating a Burglary that occurred at the Sea Shack restaurant, 220 S. 77, between 12/01/2012 20:30 hours and 12/03/2012 at approximately 08:30 hours. Unknown subject(s) broke the glass in the front portion of the business and made entry into the restaurant . The subject(s) stole cash, a two computers, , a black CD case with multiple CD’s, a set of kitchen knives valued at $1,000, and a Robo Coupe kitchen mixer valued at $1,000.
Anyone with information about this offense should contact Detective Ron Clayton at 972-937-9940 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently investigating a rash of car break-in’s at area restaurants. During dinner hours , thieves are breaking out windows of vehicles in which items such as laptops, purses and briefcases have been left out on the seats. The hardest hit areas are the restaurants located along the 287 Bypass service road near Hwy 77. We urge patrons of these businesses to remove or hide their valuables and personal items before going inside.
On 11/06/2012, a WPD Officer was dispatched to a residence at 201 West U.S. Hwy 287 in reference to a theft report.The victim reports that someone stole a large bronze eagle statue. Victim reports that the bronze eagle had been lying on the ground in the front yard near the driveway of the residence. Theft occurred between 10/31/12 and 11/6/12. The statue weighs several hundred pounds. The residence is located at the corner of Hwy 287 Bypass and Brown St in Waxahachie.
Waxahachie Police Dept. detectives are looking into at least three incidents where suspects have recently “fished” the drop-boxes at several apartment complexes. Suspect is putting tape, putty or some other sticky substance on a string and pulling checks and envelopes out of rent drop boxes at the apartment offices. These have been reported at Hunter’s Cove, Blue Lake Villas and Indian Creek Apartments.
On 10-23-12 ,at approximately 12:30AM, a Waxahachie Police officer reported that tires and wheels appeared to have been stolen off of two vehicles parked at Carlisle Chevrolet , 1701 W. 287 Bypass. The theft is believed to have occurred shortly before the Police Officer discovered the offense. Suspect left a backpack and floor jack at the offense location. Several prior, similar thefts at this location are being investigated.
Detectives are still investigating a daytime burglary of a residence in the 900 blk of E Ross that occurred on 9/27/12. Suspect(s) stole several guitars, a guitar amplifier, and firearms while the resident was away. A side door to the residence was pried open. Anyone with information should contact Det. Bobby Gray at 972-937-9940 or email@example.com
Our detectives are investigating an alleged home-invasion type robbery that occurred on 9/2,4 at approx. 5:45 PM, at an apartment located in the 1800 blk of John Arden Dr. The resident there reports that two men barged in and robbed him of cash and other items before firing at least one gunshot and fleeing the location on foot. No one was shot. The handgun believed used in the crime was recovered near the scene.Persons at the complex report that one suspect ran south towards John Arden and another ran through the apartment complex. They are described as two Latin males in their 20’s. There may be a 3rd suspect involved. Anyone with information about this crime should contact Det. Casey Borders at 972-937-9940 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Lt. Todd Woodruff at email@example.com
Over the last twelve months there have been several residential air conditioning units stolen from mobile homes at the mobile home park located at 3450 S IH 35, Waxahachie
, TX . Suspect (or suspects) are taking the entire outdoor unit (compressor/condensers) Anyone with information about these offenses should contact Lt. Todd Woodruff at 972-937-9940 firstname.lastname@example.org
On 8/24/2012 at approximately 11:41am, a Waxahachie Police officer was dispatched to 101 Mushroom (Kinro Composites) in reference to a theft report.
A representative for the business reported that someone stole two pallets of copper wiring. He explained there were two pallets of copper electrical wiring kept at the back of the warehouse. These two pallets were stored under some warehouse racking near the rear door of the warehouse. The two pallets were discovered missing at approximately 8:00am that morning and were last seen at approximately 1:00pm the previous day. The wire was described as 4.0 gauge to 500 MCM electrical wiring. Each pallet of wiring weighed approximately 1,000 lbs. each.
On 08/17/2012 at 07:19hrs, a WPD Officer was dispatched to 118 Pinto in reference to a burglary. The reporting person stated that sometime between 08/16/2012 16:30 and 08/17/2012 07:00hrs someone forced entry into the unoccupied residence at 118 Pinto Dr . Once inside the residence the suspect pulled the stoppers up on all the drains and turned the water on, causing the residence to flood completely.
The damage was estimated at $20,000.00.
Between 7/25/12 and 8/7/12 someone entered the residence at 710 E.Main St , Waxahachie and removed the copper tubing from the air conditioning unit inside the home’s attic. During this period someone has also stolen the home’s hot water heater. A ladder was also taken from inside the residence. The home is a rent house that was between tenants. Anyone with information should contact Det. Robert Gray at 972-937-9940 or email@example.com
Waxahachie Police have received a report that the Historical Marker located in the 3900blk of N. Hwy 77 has been stolen. It is the 1936 Texas Centennial Highway Marker that was located at the roadside just south of FM 342. Only the brass plate was stolen. The theft occurred between 7/20/2012 and 7/29/12.
On 7/21/12, at approx. 10AM, a man was seen allegedly masturbating inside at car while parked at a business parking lot in the 1300 blk of N. 77. He is described as a white male between the age of 35-45, with short brown hair, no facial hair, no shirt, average build, wearing glasses and driving a Honda Prelude with worn red paint. The reporting person said he drove away onto 287 Bypass headed towards Midlothian.
On 07-11-2012, at approximately 2:40 PM, a WPD Officer was dispatched to a home in the 100 blk Williams St in reference to a burglary of a habitation report.
The resident there said someone forcibly entered a sliding glass door and removed a white Whirlpool double door refrigerator and a white GE electric stove. According to the resident, the offense occurred between 3:00 PM on 7/10/12 and 2:40 PM on 7/11/12. The case is assigned to Sgt. B. Gray. He can be contacted at 972-937-9940 or firstname.lastname@example.org
On 07/06/2012, a WPD Officer was dispatched to 905 Ferris Avenue (Ellis County Back Institute) referencing a graffiti report. The business owner reported that sometime during the overnight hours suspect(s) spray-painted the storage building located directly behind the main office building and the front entrance sign on Ferris Avenue. The spray paint was black and it had the markings “ATR” and “ZONE”. Officers have recently taken several reports around Waxahachie involving these same markings. Bethesda Assembly of God Church also experienced graffiti a few weeks ago….1097 W Highway 287 Bypass. Anyone with information about this offense should contact CrimeStoppers or WPD Detective Derek Mckie at 972-937-9940 email@example.com
On 5/19/09 ,at approx. 10:00 PM, police officers responded to a home in the 200 blk of Perry St , located on the east side of Waxahachie . A 56 year -old man reported that someone fired several gunshots at him from a car that had been parked on the street near his home. Waxahachie Police are seeking witnesses to this offense. The man suffered several gunshot wounds and has recovered.