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Seckman Vandalism, Child Abuse Are Among Top Police Stories in Arnold

The two stories were among the most read police stories on Arnold Patch in April 2013.

Want to know what's going on in your neighborhood? Here are the 10 most-read police stories from Arnold Patch for April 2013:

1) Arnold Police Respond to Sign Fiasco at Polling Place

A disturbance broke out between Mayoral Candidate Doris Borgelt and a group holding signs opposing her campaign at the Fox C-6 Service Center on Election Day.

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The Barnhart woman faces child abuse charges after an investigation showed that she punched her daughter, police say.

3) Woman Witnesses Stranger Walk Into Her Arnold Home

The homeowner, who was in the garage, heard a noise and walked to the front of the house. That's when she saw another woman walk into her house through the front door.

4) FOX2 VIDEO: Police Investigating Vandalism at Seckman High School

The school and new athletic fields were tagged with "Fox 2013" and other words of profanity.

5) Details Remain Unclear in Polling Place Disturbance in Arnold

A vocal opponent of Ward 1 Councilwoman Doris Borgelt said he witnessed her harrassing a group of campaigners outside of an Arnold polling place on Election Day.

6) Suspicious Person Call Leads to Heroin Bust at QuikTrip on Jeffco

It was among the list of other drug- and alcohol-related incidents the Arnold Police Department handled between March 25 - 31.

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It was among the list of drug- and alcohol-related incidents the Arnold Police Department handled between April 1 - 7.

8) Rockport Heights Teacher Reports Being Assaulted by Student

It was among the incidents handled by the Arnold Police Department for the period ending April 10.

9) Fox School Superintendent Disheartened by Vandalism at Seckman

"Were going to get them - sooner rather than later," Critchlow said. "I'm just hoping it's not our children who are responsible."

10) Woman Arrested After Being Found Passed Out in Car at Gas Station

It was among the list of drug- and alcohol-related incidents the Arnold Police Department handled between April 8 - 14.

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