On October 30 a disorderly conduct complaint was filed at a Micha Way location. According to reports, a woman said her 6-year-old son had been playing football in the street in front of her residence. Reports state that the woman said her son was tackled by another boy and following the tackle the 6-year-old allegedly punched the boy who made the tackle. The woman said later when the 6-year-old left the house to retrieve a portion of his Halloween costume from the street, a 12-year-old boy confronted him and a fight ensued. The woman said her son’s $125 glasses were damaged in the fight.

On October 31 a burglary complaint was filed at a Bramblewood Road location. According to reports, a woman stated that when she returned home at 8 p.m. she observed a back door open and called 911. An officer cleared the residence and noticed that the back door appeared to have been kicked open. The complainant reported that nothing appeared missing or misplaced.

On November 1 a fraud complaint was filed at a Saye Creek Drive location. According to reports, a man stated that someone had used his Verizon account to purchase an IPhone in Chicago. The complainant said he had attempted to contact the Verizon fraud department but had been placed on hold a total of 14 hours. He said he did manage to have the account manager status on his online account placed on hold so no more changes on the account would be permitted. He also said the person accessed his checking account information from the online account to complete the $185 purchase.

On November 1 a larceny complaint was filed at a Sulgrave Drive location. According to reports, a woman reported that while she had left her residence to retrieve lunch, someone forced open the front door and removed a LG 50” television, a Sanyo 32” television and a Panasonic laptop computer. According to reports, an officer noticed footprints at the rear of the residence and followed two sets of tracks that led through three yards on Hanover Drive and ended at a storage building on Sulgrave Drive. The officer recovered the two televisions at the storage unit but failed to locate the laptop computer.

On October 31 a larceny complaint was filed at the Caboose restaurant, West Washington Street. According to reports, an employee at the restaurant stated that after he had called an air conditioning repair man to the location, the repair man told him the air conditioning unit lacked freon. The complainant said he noticed that a cap near the freon valve had been removed and that he worried someone had removed the freon from the unit.

On November 2 a larceny complaint was filed at the Chevron station, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man stated that someone had taken a temporary tag that was on a 1997 Toyota Camry parked at the rear of the residence.

On November 3 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Micha Way location. According to reports, a woman stated that someone had removed $7,000 from the glove box of her vehicle. The woman said that the cash had been in a blue bank bag. The woman said she loaned her vehicle to her roommate so he could drive to a truck stop to purchase personal items. The woman said the man returned in the vehicle and locked the vehicle. The woman said since she noticed the money was missing she has attempted to contact the man via text and phone calls but that his phone has been turned off.