WEEKLY POLICE BLOTTER – August 1st, 2016 – August 7th, 2016




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Weekly Police Blotter

August 1st – August 7th, 2016

Total Calls for Service: 297



Officers issued 24 traffic enforcement actions.



297 Business checks were made.

1 Extra Patrol Checks were made at the request of the property owner.



  • Damage to Property (162 Four Seasons Lane)

Two bicycles parked in the bike parking area were damaged by an unknown source along with the helmets left on the bikes. Bikes were rentals from Kitty Hawk Bike Company.


  • Fraud (122 Old Squaw)

Complainant contacted Dare Central requesting an officer to call in reference to a Craigslist scam. The caller rented a house through Craigslist and left a deposit. On arrival to the house she found that the property was already rented and the person she rented from was unreachable and untraceable. The caller did not return calls from Police and was not on the property.


  • Suspicious Person (Blue Point)

A suspicious person was called in around 2:07 am in the Blue Point area of the Waterfront Shops. The subject was acting unstable. Same was determined to be playing Pokemon Go.

  • Suspicious Condition (Christopher Drive)

Unknown subjects set up tables, chairs and other items in the middle of the road between the Cotton Gin and Twiddy Realty. This occurred around 11:30 pm on 8/5/16. Officers found the items and moved them from the roadway.


  • DWI Arrest & Vehicle Seizure (Duck Road, Aqua S)

Off duty Officer Knight observed a black BMW reported earlier in the day as signal 13 (revoked for DWI) in the area of Red Sky. Officer Knight contacted Officer Edwards and advised him of the vehicles current location. Officer Edwards arrived in the area and observed the vehicle and driver and stopped same for the driver’s license violation. Driver had an open container of Rum and a mixed drink. Driver was arrested and the vehicle was seized. Driver placed under a $10,000 bond.


  • 1209 Duck Road ABC Violation (attempted)

Two white males attempted to get someone to buy them beer at Handee Hugos. Same was called in by a customer that they approached. Both males were underage and made to leave the premises by police. Management notified of the situation