Sometime between Nov. 16 and Feb. 11, a resident called police to report stolen guns from his home.
The 81-year-old resident who lives on the N7000 block of Westwood Drive told police two pump-action shotguns were taken from his residence. The man believed they were taken sometime after Thanksgiving. The man’s grandson lives with him, but the grandson denied involvement when interviewed.
The guns are between 25 and 60 years old.
Also in the reports:
- Three suspects stole two cameras from Best Buy on Feb. 1. The security wires for the display cameras were clipped. The trio was caught in Eden Prairie, MN, on Feb. 8. The stolen cameras from Falls were found in their possession.
- Between 5 p.m. Feb. 11 and 8:30 a.m. Feb. 12 a person entered an unlocked vehicle parked on the W16000 block of Maple Crest Lane and stole numerous items. The thief stole prescription bottles of Vicodin and Tramadol, two walkie-talkies, two flashlights, a utility knife, business checks, and $50 in loose change. There was a delay in reporting the crime, as the victim believed his children had rummaged through his vehicle.
- At 1:07 p.m. Feb. 10, an unknown person threw brake rotors through a window of a home on the W13000 block of Lilly Creek Drive damaging a window and a shutter. In all $1,000 in damage was done to the home. The homeowners suspected it was a friend of their daughter.