The Richmond Register

November 26, 2013

Assault, robbery reported near Rally’s

Register Staff Report

FRANKFORT — Richmond police were called Nov. 19 to Baptist Health Richmond after receiving a report about an assault. The victim told police he was walking behind Rally’s on the Eastern Bypass when he was approached by four men who were unknown to him. The victim said the men kicked and punched him several times while taking his wallet and cash, according to the report.

The victim had several bruises, a puncture to his chin and a laceration to his left ear. Estimated loss: $615.            

Thefts & burglaries

Nov. 22

• The owner of a vacant residence on North Madison Avenue reported that the home had been broken into some time during the previous three days and an unknown brand miter saw and some copper piping had been removed. Entry was gained by forcing open the rear door. Estimated loss: $450.

Nov. 21

• A resident of Grand Campus at Yorick Place apartments, Barnes Mill Road, reported that her silver Apple MacBook Pro laptop compu

Nov. 20

• A representative of Gates Hyundai, Atwood Drive, reported that two iPads had been stolen from the reception area of the business within the past several months. The two stolen items were described as an iPad Mini and an iPad Equis. Estimated loss: $1,000.

• Residents of an apartment in the 300 block of Claiborne Drive reported that several items had been stolen from the home sometime in mid-August. The following items were reported missing:  a black PlayStation 3 gaming system; a black Toshiba laptop computer; a black Element 42-inch television, a black Sony Nex 5 digital camera in black bag with lenses; a white iPad mini, 16 GB; and a black Sharp sound system with five small speakers and a small subwoofer. Estimated loss: $2,643.

Nov. 19

• Police were dispatched to the 100 block of South Keeneland Drive after receiving a criminal mischief complaint. The victim told police someone had used some sort of tool to damage the left side tires on his pickup, which rendered them irreparable. The victim said the mischief must have taken place during the previous 15 hours. Estimated damages: $280.

Nov. 18

• Richmond police responded to the 200 block of North Second Street after receiving a report of a burglary. The victim told the investigating officer that after returning home from work, it was discovered that the residence had been burglarized. The victim reported $60 had been taken from a wallet inside the home.

• Police responded to the 700 block of Cimarron Road after receiving a complaint about a stolen debit card. The victim told police his debit card had been missing since some time in October. The victim also said that when he reviewed his bank statement this month two charges he did not make in October were recorded. Estimated loss: $236.

• A resident in the 300 block of Hill Street reported that her home had been entered between midnight and 1 p.m., and an LG 60-inch plasma television, worth $1,300, was stolen. Entry was gained through an unlocked front window.

• A resident in the 1400 block of Arlington Drive reported that a Garmin Nuvi GPS unit, worth $150, had been stolen from his parked vehicle during the night. There were no signs of forced entry.          

• A resident in the 1000 block of Merrick Drive reported several items were stolen from his parked and unlocked vehicle during the night. The following items were reported missing: an Alpine amplifier mono-power amp; a Sony Xplod amplifier; and two Alpine 15-inch subwoofers in a gray carpeted subwoofer box. Estimated loss is $300.

Anyone with information about these cases is asked to call the Richmond Police Department at 623-1162.