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photo.JPG Here is the photo again, the earlier version I posted is damaged. Again, please me or Detective Kobli know if you can help locate this person. Thanks!
Do you know the man in the attached photo? He is wanted for credit card fraud committed 5/13 at the 116th & Olio Kroger, and the 96th Wal-Mart. If you know his identity or see this man around, please respond to this post or contact Detective Kobli at firstname.lastname@example.org, 317-595-3328 Thief-Kroger%205-13-12.pdf
I was wondering the same, Lawrence. There has to be more of a description. I can empathize with your situation with Fishers PD. I have a disability that resembles someone drunk or high. Years ago I had some scary police encounters, mainly sheriffs, Fishers only had 2 cops. I now say hi and introduce myself to police I encounter in everyday situations. Haven't had any issue in years. I know PD do jump to wrong conclusions sometimes, and it stinks, I understand why it happens.
Our family is praying for this lady and her family. Is there more description, besides what the report just described? A group of men with the height of 5'9-5'10 could be anyone. Unless we are to make assumptions. I understand the guy was covered but did he have skin showing or an eye color and how did he sound? Assumptions: The only reason I asked, about 4 years ago I was held at multiple gun points along with the K-9 unit in my own yard by Fishers Police Dept. because I fit the description of a teenage white kid. More description if you have it would be nice and it would help people be on the look out for this person.
Thanks for the info. I wondered what was happening. It looked like every cop in the county was out here between 11 & 12 last night. There's a fair number of people who walk around this area late at night. It's a little creepy.
On May 10, 2012 Fishers Police Officers responded to a home invasion in the 13100 block of Cresswell Place (126th Street and Olio Road). At approximately 10:51pm The Hamilton County Dispatch Center received a call from Circle City Alarm Company advising that one of their clients had been assaulted in her home.
Officers quickly responded to the area and set a perimeter. Officers and K-9 Units searched the area, but were unable to locate the suspect. Evidence Technicians responded and processed the scene.
The homeowner told police she was alone and asleep in her master bedroom when a man approached her and demanded she give him money. The man pushed her into the master bathroom and shut the door. When she was certain the man was no longer inside her home she exited the bathroom and activated her alarm system. She then locked herself in her bedroom until police arrived and cleared the interior of the home. During the initial investigation the homeowner discovered several pieces of jewelry were missing along with her laptop computer.
The victim described the suspect as 5’9 to 5’10 with a thin build. The suspect wore dark pants, a gray hooded sweatshirt and a dark mask or scarf over his face. It appears the suspect entered the residence by breaking a basement window.
This case is under investigation as Detectives follow up on possible leads. Anyone with information regarding this case is strongly encouraged to contact Detective/Sergeant David Flynn at 317-595-3300.
Crime watch info from Fishers 3-8-2012
On Wednesday January 18, 2012, Lawrence police were involved in avehicle pursuit involving two male juveniles that had stolen a car from afemale at gun point at 42nd Street and Post Road.The two suspects fled the scene in the victim’s vehicle but were spottedby a Lawrence police officer driving east bound on Pendleton Pike.When our officer attempted to stop the vehicle, it continued to flee easton 56th Street into Hancock County where it ultimately crashed. Bothsubjects were apprehended but the gun they used in the commission ofthe crime was not located.The suspects confessed that during the chase they threw the gun outthe passenger window, possibly between Pendleton Pike and GermanChurch Road, on 56th Street.An area search was conducted by multiple agencies to locate the gunboth Wednesday night and Thursday morning, but was hampered bythe snowstorm that began late Thursday morning. We have contactedschools and businesses in the area to be on the lookout for the gun. Iflocated, do not touch it or retrieve it but call 9-1-1 and report it.Sgt Tom AshcraftLawrence Police Dept317email@example.com
On October 31, 2011 at approximately 8:15pm The Hamilton County Dispatch Center received a 911 call from an employee of The CVS Store located at 10580 E. 96th Street near 96th Street and Mollenkopf Road. The employee told the Dispatcher that a white male walked into the store and robbed them of prescription medication.
Fishers Police Officers quickly arrived in the area and searched for the suspect. The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department and Noblesville Police Department assisted in the search. A K-9 track was conducted however the suspect was not located. At this time the suspect remains at large.
Detectives and Evidence Technicians from The Fishers Police Department responded to the scene. Three CVS employees were interviewed and gave similar accounts. According to the employees the suspect entered the store thru the front door and walked to the Pharmacy. The suspect approached a Pharmacy Technician and handed her a note. The suspect’s note demanded prescription medication and indicated that he would hurt someone if they did not comply. The Pharmacy Technician gave the suspect and undetermined amount of medicine. The suspect ran out the rear door of the store.
The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 5’7” tall and in his twenties. The suspect wore sunglasses, jeans and a large dark colored coat with a hood.
The Fishers Police Department is asking anyone with information regarding this armed robbery to contact Lieutenant/Detective Todd Crowder at 317-595-3300.
yes, it does sound like more suspicious activity in Canal Place....10:30pm last night...small silver car chasing girls who were outside hanging out....when the girls ran ...the guy in the car yelled "patrol" ,,,,!
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