WEEKLY POLICE BLOTTER – August 7th, 2017 – August 13th, 2017

TOWN OF DUCK POLICE DEPARTMENT

1259 DUCK ROAD ● DUCK, NORTH CAROLINA 27949

(252) 261-1112 ● FAX (252) 261-2108

policeinfo@townofduck.com

Weekly Police Blotter

August 7th, 2017 – August 13th, 2017

Total Calls for Service: 329

 

TRAFFIC

Officers issued 29 traffic enforcement actions.

 

PROPERTY CHECKS

143 Business Checks were made.

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

 

INCIDENTS OF INTEREST

Larceny (1240 Duck Road – Islands by Amity)

A group of teenagers came in the store “looking around”. The shop employee found their activity suspicious and walked around the areas they were in after they left. She found several empty hangers in the area, but she was unable to determine what had been taken. The group was described as 3 females and 1 male approximately 14-16 years old.

 

Larceny (1176 Duck Road – Outer Banks Surf Shop)

A group of 4 teenagers entered the surf shop. The complainant advised a white female approximately 14-16 years of age entered a changing room to try some items on and upon her leaving the store he checked the dressing room and found 3 items damaged from attempted removal of the security tags and one item missing. The store manager advised this female was accompanied by 3 other females and a male.

 

Larceny (114 Mallard Court)

Two unsecured kayaks were stolen from the sound access at Tuckahoe Drive. The theft occurred between July 25th and August 9th.

 

Larceny (140 Sea Eider Court)

Approx. $1,500 in beach equipment was dropped off at a rental property by Duck Village Outfitters. When the tenant arrived, he found the equipment missing.

 

Drunk Disturbance 1242 Duck Road

Officer observed an intoxicated male in the area of Tommy’s Market throwing hula hoops into oncoming southbound traffic. The officer conducted an interview with the subject and found out the hula hoops were stolen from Roadside Bar and Grill. Roadside declined prosecution. The hula hoops were returned and the male subject was picked up by his father.