Police blotter 6/25

Samplings of recent calls received by the Clovis Police Department, according to police reports:
Police responded about 2:30 a.m. on June 15 to the 1300 block of Hickory where a pregnant woman reported that her ex-boyfriend broke into the house and began yelling and pulling her hair with her children present.

Police arrived at the 1200 block of West Fourth Street on June 16 to find a resident who reported that her front door was missing its doorknob. Examination showed scratches indicating that someone may have tried to break down the door. The resident reported nothing was missing from inside the house.
In a similar incident, police responded on Monday morning to the 3700 block of Linkwood and took a report that two windows of a home were broken in while the family was out of town.
Police also took a report of broken windows Monday morning at a business on the 1200 block of North Prince.

Shortly after midnight Tuesday morning, police arrived at the 900 block of Brady in response to an aggravated assault. Two young female victims reported they had been threatened by an woman in her mid-20s carrying a gun; the two ran inside the house and called police, at which time the woman with the gun fled the scene.

A Clovis rental business called police Tuesday morning to report a theft of a tiller and trailer combination and a concrete saw from a locked and gated parking area. Police found the chain in the grass near the gate and determined that it had been cut with bolt cutters.

A service shutoff may have led to a tenant damaging an electrical service box. Responding Tuesday morning to the 200 block of Hickory, police found that the utility company tag and a padlock had been cut off the box.

Police are looking for the person who stole $1,200 worth of electronics from a home at the 1400 block of Sheldon. Police determined that a Sony Playstation, a Microsoft X-box, a Sony camcorder, and a scanner were taken by a person who used a concrete block to break a window and gain entry into the home.

A man and woman came into a business on the 2100 block of North Main Street to fill out an employment application but store employees say he left with a $240 amplifier. Employees told police Tuesday morning that the man appeared to have something under his shirt when he left and a check of display cases showed the amplifier was missing.

An auto dealer called police Tuesday morning to report that someone broke the window of a car parked in the lot and stole a $500 CD player out of the vehicle.

A resident of the 2900 block of Harrison called police Tuesday night to report that he had heard two loud “thuds” outside his house; upon checking, he found that his car parked in front of the house had its left front window and driver’s side door window smashed out.