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City reports 12-29
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Matter of record

Dec. 16 – A woman reportedly became upset when her ex-husband showed up at Little Caesar’s, where she works, demanding to speak to the her about child custody issues. She said the man has been ordered by a judge to stay away from her place of employment. The officer explained how to get a temporary protective order and was given a case number.


Domestic offense

Dec. 17 – A Shady Hill Circle resident said her and her husband have repeatedly fought over his whereabouts during the weekend. She said her husband went into their house on Dec. 17 and forced the bedroom door open, damaging it. The woman added that she had changed the lock earlier. The woman said her husband then took his 12-gauge Mossberg shotgun from under the bed and told her he’d be home Tuesday morning "to deal with her." Police asked if she feared that her husband might harm her and she said yes.


Simple assault

Dec. 18 – A custody dispute allegedly turned physical at Denny’s on Hwy. 17. The reporting officer met with the woman first who said that when she went to get her son from the suspect, who is the child’s father, he reached inside of her car. According to the father, he and the child were inside eating when the woman showed up shouting that he needed to bring their son out to car immediately. He said he brought the boy out to the car and opened the door to let the child in and that was the only time he touched the vehicle, the report said. Neither person had signs of injury; both were given a case number.


Criminal trespass

Dec. 18 – Police were dispatched to Evergreen Oak Drive in response to a complaint that someone had placed veterinary medications and a bag of chewable dog bones in the complainant’s yard, near his dog. The man said he was home all day, except for one hour that he left to go to the grocery store. The medication had another Richmond Hill resident’s name and address on it and included heartworm pills, anti-inflammatory pills and others. The complainant said he was unsure what his dog had ingested before discovery. He was given a case number.


Theft by conversion

Dec. 18 – A man was reportedly stolen from by a man who was doing some work for him. The man said it happened in mid-September and he is missing a DVR with a built-in Sony CD burner, a 14" color monitor and a security system, valued at over $1,800 the report said.


Deposit account fraud

Dec. 19 – A landlord said he was renting his property on Cypress Lane to a couple. He received a check for the rental payment that was later returned from Woodlands Bank, written on a closed account. The man said he had attempted to collect the monies owed with no resolution. The report said the man was familiar with how to get a warrant and provided a copy of the certified letter he had sent to the renters.

Incidents taken from reports on file at RHPD.

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