Woman Runs to Drugstore, Finds Arnold Home Burglarized Upon Return
The following information was supplied by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. Arrests or charges mentioned in this report do not indicate convictions.
Monday, Dec. 3
- A 2003 black, dual-axle utility trailer worth $2,050 was stolen from a driveway on Valley View Drive in Arnold. The victim told police that he used a heavy duty tongue lock in an effort to keep the trailer from getting stolen.
- Police arrested a man for stealing $650 in tools from a contractor at an apartment complex on Miller Road in Imperial.
Tuesday, Dec. 4
A resident on Casa Blanca in Arnold told police she drove to a local Walgreen's to get her prescription filled and when she returned home, her garage door was open and her house was in disarray. Missing from the home were two LCD televisions, an xBox with controllers and several games and several items of clothing. The items were valued at $3,000. Witnesses told police they saw a man driving a red, full-sized Chevrolet truck in the area. Other witnesses said that they observed the pick-up truck backed up to the home, but did not see anyone around the vehicle.