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Orange Police Beat 7.2-7.9.2020

From staff reports

The City of Orange Police Department responded to the following calls from July 2 – July 9, 2020:

Thursday, July 2

  • Theft at the 2000 block of Interstate 10
  • Robbery at the 1000 block of Ruby Lane
  • Traffic collision resulting in vehicle damage at the 200 block of Strickland Drive
  • Theft at the 200 block of 8th Street
  • Traffic collision resulting in vehicle damage at State Hwy. 62 and Interstate 10
  • Assault on Lutcher B Circle
  • Traffic collision resulting in injury on Farm to Market 1130 at Ben Mac

Friday, July 3

  • Trespassing at the 600 block of Gardenia Ave
  • Traffic collision resulting in vehicle damage at Farm to Market Road 105 and State Hwy. 87
  • Threats at the 200 block of 8th Street
  • Assault at the 3100 block of Edgar Brown Drive

Saturday, July 4

  • Assault at the 2700 block of Holcomb Road
  • Theft at the 1600 block of Green Ave
  • Traffic collision resulting in vehicle damage at the 3300 block of 16th Street

Sunday, July 5

  • Theft at the 2300 block of Interstate 10
  • Traffic collision resulting in vehicle damage at the 1500 North Lutcher west bound
  • Weapons offense at the 4700 block of Meeks Drive
  • Burglary at the 100 block of Pine Ave
  • Assault at the 600 block of Decatur Street

Monday, July 6

  • Damaged property at the 2800 block of Sunset Drive
  • Theft at the 4100 block of Interstate 10
  • Theft at the 1100 block of 16th Street
  • Theft at an unspecified location on State Hwy. 62
  • Traffic collision resulting in vehicle damage at 16th Street and Interstate 10
  • Theft at the 2300 block of 3rd Street
  • Burglary at the 3300 block of Ridgemont

Tuesday, July 7

  • Burglary at the 3700 block of 16th Street
  • Evading detention on Interstate 10 West
  • Controlled substance at westbound exit 877 on Interstate 10
  • Traffic collision resulting in injury at Womack turnaround
  • Burglary at the 2000 block of 2nd Street
  • Criminal traffic violation at the 700 block of Green Ave.
  • Traffic collision resulting in injury at 16th Street and Sunset
  • Weapons offense at Camellia at 37th Street

Wednesday, July 8

  • Forgery/Counterfeiting at the 3700 block of 16th Street

Thursday, July 9

  • Forgery at the 500 block of Lutcher Drive
  • Controlled substance at the 4300 block of 27th Street
  • Traffic collision resulting in vehicle damage at the 5700 block of 16th Street
  • Traffic collision resulting in vehicle damage at Strickland and Edgar Brown Drive
  • Runaway at the 1900 block of Decker Ave

SOURCE: The City of Orange Police Department

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