Police Blotter: Woman Flees From Kinky Video Shoot At Local Motel; Burglars Brave Razor Wire For Ice Cream Treat

Monday, August 4, 2014

A man told police a woman who had agreed to take $2,000 in exchange for taking part in an explicit video in which her head would be shaved took off with the cash before the cameras rolled.

Daniel Robertson said the woman had answered a Craigslist ad and he had picked her up at the bus station on Airport Road.

He said they went to LaQuinta Inn on W. 21st Street and she signed a contract and was given the money.

He said she then showered. However, she afterward apparently became frightened and bolted from the room, leaving her bags behind. He said the bags contained only some clothing and $2 in cash. There was no ID for the woman in the bags.

He said the woman bit him on the hand when he tried to stop her. Police said he had several marks on his hand.

Police said Robertson "was not forthcoming on what he had done to frighten her."

He said the film was intended for a fetish website and was to be "sexual in nature."

Police concluded that the woman "may not have been told the full extent of what he wanted from her."

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A woman said she was sitting in her apartment on Wilson Street when she heard her bedroom window shatter.

Police found a large rock in the grass near the window that was apparently used to break it.

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The manager of the Urban Stack at Fountain Square reported the theft of a steel patio table and six steel patio chairs.

He said they had been locked with a cable.

The cable had been cut.

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A woman on Boyce Street reported the theft of a push lawn mower from her son's front yard.

She said a black male backed a late-model, four-door Chevy King Cab into the son's gravel driveway.

He got out and helped himself to the mower.

The son ran out yelling, but the burglar sped away.

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At Old Navy at Hamilton Place Mall, a white female was seen leaving with an armful of men's clothing.

She hurried off in a gold Toyota 4Runner.

The value of the stolen clothes was put at $300.

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Rosemary Williams said she realized soon after checking out at Lowe's on Gunbarrel Road that she no longer had her wallet.

She ran back in the store and the manager checked the video.

It showed her dropping the wallet while in line, and the woman behind her quietly picking it up.

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Officials at Frosty Treats on 34th Street found that a delivery van had been raided of $300 in ice cream.

A video showed two men cut razor wire and enter the van. They helped themselves to the frozen delicacy.

Damage to the fence was put at $350.

The ice cream heist took just three minutes.

 


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