Paradise Valley police reports published Wednesday, Dec 30

The following reports for service at the Paradise Valley Police Department were published Dec. 30 in the Town of Paradise Valley Independent:

Assault    

An aggravated assault occurred Dec. 7 at the Doubletree Resort when a male knocked on the door of a guest stating that he was room service. When she opened the door the male pointed a gun at her and told her not to scream. The female guest closed the door and called police.

Business Burglary

A coke machine was broken into Dec. 7 and the money stolen. This occurred at the Doubletree Resort.

Vehicle Burglary
A vehicle burglary was reported to have occurred Dec. 8 at the 33000 block of Claremont. Two vehicles were entered and rummaged through but no items of value were stolen.

Motor Vehicle Theft
A pickup truck was stolen sometime during the night Dec. 8 from the 3400 block of Claremont. The owner went to his truck in the morning and discovered that it was stolen. The keys were left in the truck.

Residential  Burglary

Pool equipment was stolen from the backyard at the 4700 block of Saguaro Place on Dec. 8. The home that is currently under construction had a pool pump, vacuum and other pool equipment stolen sometime between September and December.

Theft

A resident contracted a carpenter off of Craig’s List to rehab a dining table from the 4700 block of E. Saguaro Place. A deposit was given to the contracted male along with the dining set with an agreement that the table would be back by Thanksgiving. When the complainant tried to retrieve his table, he was unable to make contact with the suspect. His associate checked the address given to him by the contractor and discovered that the male no longer lived there.

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