Police Blotter: Woman Visits Health Department: Loses Tire, Lug Nuts

Sunday, September 15, 2013

A woman said she parked on the top floor of the health department parking garage while visiting the facility and lost a tire and four lug nuts in the process.

The woman said she came back out and found a cinder block in place of her $200 Michelin tire on her 2009 Honda Accord.

Four of her lug nuts were also gone.

The responding officer put her spare tire in place of the missing one.

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Don Adair said he was only inside the McDonald's on Rossville Boulevard for a few minutes.

It was long enough for someone to swipe his black duffle bag with his Smith and Wesson 9mm handgun inside.

He had left the windows rolled down on his Lincoln Navigator.

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A black male got out of a white Nissan Maxima and picked out three cases of Corona Extra at the Kangaroo Express on Brainerd Road.

The clerk told him it was too late to purchase the beer.

He responded, "Oh really, what time is it?"

While the clerk was getting ready to answer, he ran out of the front door with the beer. He jumped into the vehicle that was driven by another black male.  


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