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October 8, 2012

Chickasha Police Reports

CHICKASHA — Chickasha Police Reports

• Domestic abuse was reported at the 0 block of Hazy Brook CR.

• A second degree burglary was reported in the 1300 block on S 9th ST.

• A found property report was issued at the 1600 block on S 17th ST.

• An unauthorized absence was reported at the 700 block on S 13th ST.

• Larceny of an automobile was reported at the 2500 block on S 4th ST.

• A second degree burglary was reported at the 100 block on Glenhaven Dr.

• An unauthorized absence was reported at the 500 block on S. 6th ST.

• Wesley Schrock was arrested for driving with a defective tail lamp, driving under suspension and driving under the influence of a drug at the 700 block on South 4th ST.

•A second degree burglary was reported at the 2300 block W Iowa Ave.

• A second degree burglary was reported at the 1500 block on Stewart Dr.

• A second degree burglary was reported at the 1500 block S 8th ST.

• A vandalism report was taken in the are of 800 N 29th ST.

• Officers took a report of grand larceny at the 1100 block on N 11th ST.

• Embezzlement was reported at the 1700 block on S 1st ST.

• A man was arrested for driving while impaired and no state driver’s license at the 800 block on W Choctaw Ave.

• Information was received at the 1400 block on W Grand Ave.

• Possession of a firearm after conviction of a felony was reported at the 1600 block on W Oregon Ave.

• A runaway juvenile was reported at the 1400 block on W Frisco AV.

• Information report was received at the 600 block W Grand AV.

• Officers took a larceny of gasoline at Gas Mart South after a man pumped gas and left without paying.

• Officers took a domestic abuse report at 12th and Washington.

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