Paradise Valley police reports published Wednesday, Dec. 16

The Paradise Valley Police Department is at 6433 E. Lincoln Drive. (File photo)

The Paradise Valley Police Department is at 6433 E. Lincoln Drive. (File photo)

The following reports for service at the Paradise Valley Police Department were published in Dec. 16 Town of Paradise Valley Independent:

A mailbox was damaged Nov. 29 at the 7100 block of N. Quartz Mountain Road. The complainant went to the mailbox and discovered that the mailbox had been damaged. It appeared the suspect/s had used a rock to try to gain entry into the mailbox but was unsuccessful.

Paradise Valley Police were called Nov. 30 to an aggravated assault that had just occurred at the 4300 block of E. Keim Drive. The victim told officers she and another female at the residence had gotten into a verbal confrontation that turned physical. The suspect in the case picked up a knife and attacked the suspect but was restrained by a male who was a witness to the altercation. The suspect female then left the area prior to the police arriving.

Copper wiring was stolen Dec. 1 from a home under construction at the 6300 block of N. Camelback Manor. The suspect/s entered the fenced off gated yard and cut the copper wire from various locations outside of the residence.

A police officer was called Dec. 2 to the 6300 block of Hummingbird regarding the unauthorized use of a credit card. An employee that takes care of his elderly mother had stolen a credit card and used it to buy various items and to get cash. When the complainant was called by the credit card company regarding the use of the card, he contacted the store where the items were purchased. When he described the female employee to the store clerk, the clerk confirmed the description of the suspected employee as the one that had used the card.\

An employee from the Plaza Resort called the police Dec. 4 to report the theft of a purse from her car. She told the officer that she had cashed some checks prior to going to work and placed them in a purse and placed it in between the seat and the center console. When she left work she went to check on the purse and discovered it was missing. Security reviewed the security tape that showed the complainant’s car but it didn’t appear anyone had entered her car during the time she claimed the theft occurred.

A residential burglary was reported to have occurred Dec. 5 at the 4800 block of E. Hummingbird. The homeowner arrived at the house and noticed the door that leads from the garage into the house was open. When she checked the interior of the home, furniture, paintings, mirrors, a washer and dryer and a TV had all been stolen. The home is a furnished rental that was listed for rent during the time of the burglary.

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