Friday Blotter: Man Displays Unwanted Affection

Two credit cards stolen, clerk sells liquor to minor.

"Readers are reminded that an arrest by the police does not constitute a finding of guilt, and that the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty," according to a statement from police Cmdr. Michael Fujara. All information comes directly from police reports. Charges do not indicate a conviction.

Criminal damage to property

On Aug. 9, unknown offender(s) broke a bench in the Harrer Park gazebo and spray painted the concrete floor.

Criminal damage to vehicle

All four tires were punctured on a vehicle, Aug. 7, while it was parked on the 6000 block of Davis Drive.

Deceptive practice

A person reported that an unknown offender has used their debit card number on four different websites.

A company credit card was stolen and used to buy $1,070 worth of merchandise from Gadzooks online.

Liquor law violation

Both BP gas station, 5601 Dempster St. and employee Abraham Vettikattil, were ticketed on Aug. 3 after Vettikattil sold beer to an underage female. 

Telephone harassment

On Aug. 5 a woman reported that a man had been calling her several times a week for two months expressing unwanted affection for her. Police called the offender and told him to stop.

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