Monday, February 28, 2011

Break Ins Follow Up - Incident 2.



As we shared this past week, we reached out to the Milton Police Department requesting information on the recent breakins throughout the city.

Thanks to Police Chief Harrell and Katherine Fies of the Milton Police Department, we have received police reports involving these burglaries.

Out of respect for the victims, we will not post their names or numerical address. In addition, any information that could aid our Milton Police Officers regarding this or any other investigation will be removed. However, the rest will be complete and verbatim via the officer's report.

Additional reports will be posted one at a time every 24 hours.

Many thanks to the Milton Police Department for coming to those in need.
Agency Name: Milton Police Department.
ORI: GA 0605700
Location Of Incident: XXXXX Providence Lake Drive, Milton GA 30004
Crime Incident: Burglary / No Force / Residential.
16-7-1 Resi No Force
Crime Incident: Entering auto to commit a theft
Premise Type: Resident / Home
Case #: 11-00244.
Date time reported: 02/15/2011 03:36 Tue
Last Known Secure: 02/15/2011 03:36 Tue
At Found: 02/15/2011 03:36 Tue
Weapon / Tools : Not applicable / None.
Victim 1: XXXX, white male / 41
XXXXX Providence Lake Drive, Milton GA 30004
Victim 2: XXXX, white male / 58
XXXXX Providence Lake Drive, Milton GA 30004
Officer / ID#: Wong, J. (1198)
Invest ID#: Barry, K. (1188)
Supervisor: Borsey, J. (1115)
Assisting Officer: Hickerson, J.M. (1166)
Narrative: On Tuesday, February 15, 2011 I was dispatched to a report of a burglary at XXXX Providence Lake Drive. The complainant;XXXX; stated that he observed two unidentified offenders inside of his garage.

The complainant stated the he observed two offenders, described as white males age 16 to 18 years wearing hooded pullovers and baseball caps, inside of his garage at the incident location. One male was approximately 5 '8
and the other male was approximately 6'. The offenders fled on foot from the incident location and headed north on Providence Lake Drive.

Shortly after calling 911 to report this incident, the complainant observed the offenders across the street at XXXXX Providence Lake Drive by a 2006
Infiniti Sport Utility vehicle bearing GA license plate XXXXX. The complainant yelled at the offenders, who then fled on foot northbound on Providence Lake Drive.

Alpharetta Police were called to the incident location in order to perform a canine track, but were unable to locate the offenders.

It was then determined that the offenders entered the garage by using a garage door opener. The opener was stolen out of the complainant's unsecured vehicle, described as a 2010 Jaguar sedan bearing Ohio license plate XXXXX. The complainant's vehicle was parked outside of his residence in the driveway. The complainant had examined the vehicle prior to police arrival. No developable friction ridge impression evidence could be located.

I contacted XXXXX, the homeowner at XXXXX Providence Lake Drive and the registrant of the 2006 Infinity Sport Utility vehicle XXXXX stated that he left that vehicle unlocked. XXXX then verified that nothing was removed from the vehicle. No developable friction ridge impression evidence cold be located.

The complainant stated that the only stolen item was the garage door opener. No serial or model number information could be provided at the time of this report.


Anonymous said...

I thought the community was suppose to look for two black males in an old Altima, Nissan.

Anonymous said...

Me too. What happened to that report?