From Evansville Police Department Incident Reports - July 6, 2012.
ALL SUSPECTS ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW
City of Evansville Parks Dept - Victim of Theft-other at 2899 N Heidelbach Ave Evansville, IN between 00:00 07/05/2012 and 00:00 07/06/2012.
Reporter states that unknown person or persons stole the metal fish sculpture that hung along the Greenway.
Willett, Breanna - Arrest on charge of Narc-dealing methamphetamine (manuf) at 613 Adams Ave......Kirk, Kristin - Arrest on charge of Narc-dealing methamphetamine (manuf)......Evans, Travis - Arrest on charge of Narc-dealing methamphetamine (manuf)......Bridge, Charles - Arrest on charge of Narc-dealing methamphetamine......Society - Victim of Narc-dealing methamphetamine (manuf) at 613 Adams Ave Evansville, IN between 14:57 07/06/2012 and 15:56 07/06/2012.
Officers were dispatched to 613 Adams Ave on 07/06/2012 at approximately 1457 in reference to narcotics activity. Once on scene, officers met with the residents of the address and were given written consent by all of them to search the residence. During the search, officers found methamphetamine making materials. Officers removed everybody from the residence for safety and the Meth Suppression Unit was called to the scene. Once the Meth Suppression Unit arrived, they made the scene safe and in the process found more methamphetamine making materials in the residence. Four of the residents were arrest for dealing in methamphetamine. One of those arrest is also charged for resisting law enforcement.
Walmart - Victim of Theft-other 50-200 at 335 S Red Bank Rd Evansville, IN between 01:35 06/13/2012 and 09:00 06/21/2012. Reported 07/06/2012.
Offender was an employee. Offender took a store gift card that was already activated.
Arbors at Eastland - Victim of Criminal Mischief at 6649 Old Boonville Highway Evansville, IN between 12:30 07/05/2012 and 12:41 07/05/2012. Reported 07/06/2012.
On 07/06/2012 at approximately 1041 hours, I was dispatched to 6649 Old Boonville Hwy, Arbors at Eastland, in reference to a criminal mischief report. Upon arrival I spoke with the assistant manager who stated that on 07/05/2012 at approximately 1230 hours, a fire had broke out in a field next to the apartment complex. The fire department was called out and was able to extinguish the fire before it reached the apartments themselves. The reported stated that they took pictures and she informed her supervisor of the situation. The reporter was informed sometime on today's date by a resident that there were several children that either lived in the complex or had family who did, were seen setting off fireworks in the field and that is what caught the field on fire. The reporter immediately called her supervisor and informed her of the latest update. The supervisor asked the reporter to file a police report so that they can in turn evict those responsible and collect on damages. The reporter gave me addresses and a list of the children involved. I then attempted to speak with the aunt of one of the children but was met with no answer at the door. I then went over to the second apartment and was able to speak with the children's mother. The mother stated it was impossible for her children to be involved because they either weren't home or were too young. I stressed the seriousness of the offense to the mother and she stated her children still didn't do it. The reporter has numerous pictures of the damaged grass on their property and will be seeking restitution for it.
Evansville man arrested on multiple charges when police respond to second gun related call at east side restaurant