Police Blotter: 9-26-04

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports:
Police responded Tuesday to the 400 block of Starlight Drive in reference to a harassment complaint.

The officer responding to the scene met with the male subject, and advised him to stop calling the two women accusing him of harassment. The officer told the subject a previous harassment report had been filed by one of the women.

The subject said the harassment accusations started when he accused one of the women of stealing checks from his residence and cashing them.

He signed an affidavit at his bank to this effect, but decided not to press charges because the dispute was among family, and the money had been repaid.

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Police responded Tuesday to the 300 block of North Connelly Street in reference to a theft of a camera.
The victim said she had left her residence open to a female subject who was supposed to be doing computer work.

When the resident returned home, she tried to locate the camera to take a picture of her son but it was missing. The victim could not provide the make, model or serial number of the camera.

She said the woman she let into her residence had a history of stealing things.

Police blotter is compiled by CNJ staff writer David Irvin. He can be contacted at 763-6991 or:
david_irvin@link.freedom.com