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Police report

Hot Springs Village police received more reports of scams in the past week.

Jan. 31
After an officer responded to a complaint about a man cutting trees in the Fineza Way area, it was found to be a logger with a Property Owners’ Association contract to cut trees.
The driver of a 2017 Ford Fusion that collided with a 2006 GMC Sierra at DeSoto Boulevard and Fresno Road was cited for careless and prohibited driving. Both vehicles had been eastbound. The report said the driver of the Ford told an officer she started to turn left, but decided not to turn. Damage: Ford, $3,000.
The driver of an eastbound Nissan on DeSoto Boulevard said he had to move to the right to avoid a vehicle that had made a sudden stop to turn left onto Emperado Way, and was able to stop, but was hit by a Toyota. Both vehicles had about $1,000 damage each. The Toyota’s driver was cited for following too closely.

Feb. 1
A deer died at the scene after being struck by a truck on Fresno Road, near Vascongadas Way. The truck’s bumper had about $850 damage.
A 2003 Oldsmobile Alero reportedly tailgated in Balboa Gate.
A Mesero Place resident told police a man had entered a neighbor’s house he was watching and was walking around taking measurements, but he would not identify himself. The house is in foreclosure, and it was determined the man had the legal right to be there.
A Villager told police someone had stolen two paddleboards, four paddles and a rack from his patio. One is a 10.5-foot blue-and- white Surf Tech and the other is an 11.5-foot red-and-white BIC. Both are standup boats made of hard plastic, and are valued at $900 and $1,100. The two paddleboard paddles and two kayak paddles had metal handles and plastic on the ends.
A Daganza Place resident told police she had allowed her roommate to use her car to pick up her boyfriend the previous day, and had not seen them since. She had heard they had both been arrested in North Little Rock. The car owner must contact the NLR police to learn how to get her car back.

Feb. 3
A tennis player told police someone broke the window of her parked car at Coronado Tennis Center and stole her purse.
A Trevino Place resident told police she believes a former roommate slashed the rear tires on her golf cart on Jan. 28, and came in the residence and damaged a cabinet door. The cart’s tires had already been changed.

Feb. 4
A man who was recently banned from a Village store left a heavy ice chest at the store, claiming it was a “peace offering.” The chest had random household items, which were logged into the lost and found area.
Two complainants said a Malaga Way resident was either making pictures or shooting a video of a man painting a deck. The resident was told to not be harassing the man and woman. He said he has a restraining order against the two and another man and was documenting their presence. He did not have a copy of the order with him.
An officer found freshly cut medium-sized trees on Felicidad Way.
An officer picked up a medium-sized black dog walking on Cortez Road near Entrada Way, and took it to the animal shelter. It had a collar, but no identification. No homes were nearby.
A tour bus hit Balboa Gate when exiting the Village, breaking off the buses’ mirror and a camera. The gate had no apparent damage.

Feb. 5
A medium sized dog was barking continuously in the backyard of an Esplendor Way home.
The Daganza Place owner of a 1999 blue Honda Civic wanted to press charges on her roommate for not returning the car. She told police she had checked the Pulaski County jail’s website and learned her boyfriend and roommate had been released, but she had not heard from them.
An officer assisted Arkansas State Police with a two-vehicle no-injury wreck on Highway 7.

Feb. 6
A La Vista Place resident said a friend who had borrowed her bar was refusing to return it, and was trying to sell it.
A Villager told police a caller sent a $4,300 scam check. She blocked his number.
Another Villager told police after he responded to an mail soliciting a mystery shopper, he received and cashed a $1,000 money order, most of which was to be sent to two Texas addresses.
A full-sized white truck reportedly was driven erratically on DeSoto Boulevard.

Feb. 7
A deer and vehicle collided on Maderas Drive. The vehicle had $250 damage to its step. The deer died.
The driver of a Toyota missed a turn off West Villena Drive onto Salamanca Way, knocking down a stop sign. Damage: sign, $150.
A red Nissan Frontier reportedly tailgated in Balboa Gate.
A severely injured deer found at Barcelona Way and Campo Way died at the scene. A Villager stopped to comfort the animal before it died. It was unknown if or where a vehicle had struck the deer.

Feb. 8
An Arias Way resident said he would turn the music down for the night.
A dog was barking non-stop in the backyard of an Esplendor Way home.
Officers placed a bat in a holding container to take to the animal shelter.
A white Toyota truck reportedly tailgated in Balboa Gate.
An officer controlled traffic while a tree was cut down at the Barcelona Road-Cortez Road intersection.
Police and firefighters went to La Vista Lane, where the fire department determined a heat and air compressor had malfunctioned.

Feb. 9
An officer went to a family disturbance at Alhaja Way.

Article source: http://www.hsvvoice.com/news/20180213/police-report

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