Windsor Law & Order for Sept. 30
October 3, 2012
GANG AFFILIATION NOTHING TO DREAM OF
Police were called to Windsor High School on Sept. 12 at 1:40 p.m. on a report of a suspicious activity. When police arrived, a 15-year-old boy told officers that while he was on his way to school, he received a Facebook update from a person with the name “lil $peedy.” He said the message read: “As soon as I find out where you are at, I am going to lay my hands on you and kill you.” The boy said he tried to reply to the post, but the sender had blocked him, which also removed the post from his Facebook wall. The boy said he didn’t know anyone by that name and didn’t recognize his picture. He said he did have prior gang affiliation but didn’t get “jumped in” and doesn’t have a problem with anyone. A friend thought maybe they posted it to the wrong wall, which is why they removed it so quickly. The boy’s mother told police her son did not have a prior gang affiliation, and she didn’t know why he said that.
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LIGHTS OUT On Sept. 13 at 8:17 p.m., police were called to the 800 block of Stone Mountain Drive on a report of trespassing. When police arrived, a woman told officers that she caught her neighbor unscrewing the light bulb to her outside lights and wanted the woman warned not to touch her property. Police warned the woman to leave the other woman’s property alone, and she agreed she would.
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FOUND AND FOUND Various dates: Several bicycles have been found across town and turned in during the past few weeks. There are also wallets and phones that have been turned in. A Radio Flyer, three-wheeled scooter was found at Main Park on Sept. 17 and remained there for more than 24 hours. It is also at the police department. Anyone missing anything should contact the police department and give a description of the item.
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MISSING A PET? On Sept. 17 at 11:18 a.m., police were called to the 200 block of Chestnut Street on a report of loose snake. When police arrived, the caller told police he found a 4-foot white albino corn snake — which is a popular pet among snake lovers but rare in pigment — in front of his yard and wanted it removed. The police officer took the snake to his home and put it in a cage incase someone claims it.
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NOTHING’S GETTING PAST THIS WOMAN On Sept. 18 at 10:23 p.m., police were asked to call a woman about a suspicious incident at Boardwalk Park. When police spoke with the woman, she told officers that while she was at the park about 4 p.m., she watched a man enter the women’s bathroom. She said he remained in there for about 10 minutes and then went into the men’s bathroom for about a minute. He then walked around the concession stand and north down the path along the lake. The woman said the man was wearing a brown hoodie with orange writing, black jeans, black sneakers with pink soles, was tall, thin, brown scraggly bans, dark eyes, possibly Caucasian, thin mustache and was a smoker. Police said they would keep an eye out for the man.