Police reports for Sept. 17

Published 9:47pm Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The following information comes directly from the City of Suffolk Department of Media and Community Relations. It should be noted that a criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate a conviction has or will be attained nor that the party listed in the arrest report is guilty of the crime listed.

September 17

Incidents

Petit larceny, Ocklawaha Avenue

Fraud flimflam, Holland Road

Grand larceny, North Main Street

Vandalism of private property, Jackson Street

Vandalism of private property, Jackson Street

Larceny from a coin-op machine or device, North Main Street

Indecent exposure, North Main Street

Vandalism of private property, East Pinner Street

Vandalism of private property, North Main Street

Larceny – shoplifting, College Drive

Simple assault, Chestnut Street

Larceny – shoplifting, East Constance Road

Breaking and entering into a residence, Pruden Boulevard

Simple domestic assault, South Quay Road

Simple domestic assault, East Constance Road

Hit and run with property damage, North Main Street

Simple assault, Holland Road

Simple domestic assault, Indian Trail

Destruction of property, Hollywood Avenue

Credit card/ATM fraud, College Drive

Simple domestic assault, Burbage Landing Circle

Forcible rape, location withheld

Grand larceny, Driver Lane

Simple domestic assault, Wellons Street

Arrests

Shavika Vondrea Thompson, 35, credit card theft (F)

Dawn Gay, 21, larceny of property valued at more than $200 with intent to sell (F)

Micah Moten, 22, larceny of property valued at more than $200 with intent to sell (F)

Rakan Ali Mansour, 25, driving under the influence of alcohol (M)

Ryan Devonte Lawrence, 20, concealment, price alter of merchandise valued at less than $200 (M)

Frederick Robert Tester, 31, assault and battery of a family member (M)

David Allen Burford, 54, trespassing (M)

M – Misdemeanor

F – Felony

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