Police Reports for Jan. 6-9

Published 7:56 pm Friday, January 13, 2023

The following information comes directly from Suffolk Law Enforcement’s Event Map.

 

January 6

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Overdose, Pruden Boulevard

Missing person, Oak Street

Abandoned vehicle, Bosley Avenue

Vandalism of private property, Kenyon Road

Animal bite, Kensington Boulevard

Assault police officer, North Main Street

Simple assault, Godwin Boulevard

Forced entry, Bouy Court

Emergency custody order, Prices Fork Boulevard

Driving under the influence of alcohol, Pruden Boulevard

Vandalism of private property, Ferguson Place

Emergency custody order, Godwin Boulevard

 

January 7

Lost or stolen, South 5th Street

Emergency custody order, River Road

Simple assault domestic, Centerbrooke Lane

Petit larceny, University Boulevard

Shoplifting larceny, College Drive

Counterfeiting, Holland Road

Simple domestic assault, Kilby Shores Drive

 

January 8

Natural death, White Marsh Road

Hit and run, Suburban Drive/Portsmouth Boulevard

Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, Lummis Road

Hit and run, Magnolia Drive

Theft of motor vehicle parts or accessories, King Highway

Emergency custody order/temporary detention order, Godwin Boulevard

Assault police officer, Henley Place

Natural death, Skeetertown Road

Theft of motor vehicle parts or accessories, Twin Pines Court

Petit larceny, Prices Fork Road

Hit and run, East Washington Street

Simple domestic assault, Second Avenue

Overdose, Maple Street

Natural death, Crittenden Road

 

January 9

Destruction of property, Old Townpoint Road

Natural death, Turman Road

Drug overdose, Brooke Avenue

Hit and run, Second Avenue

Simple domestic assault, East Washington Street

Natural death, Holland Road

Theft of motor vehicle parts or accessories, Holly Lawn Parkway

Shoplifting larceny, North Main Street

Destruction of property, North Main Street

Hit and run, University Boulevard

Hit and run property damage, College Drive

Non-reportable offenses,  Godwin Boulevard

Threatening phone calls, East Pinner Street

Destruction of property, Proctor Street

Theft from a motor vehicle, James Avenue

Falsely identify self to law enforcement, College Drive

Recovered stolen property, College Drive

Brandishing a firearm, Portsmouth Boulevard