Police blotter

Lincoln Park
Golf equipment leads list of missing items
Thieves got a big haul March 13 from a 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe parked in the 800 block of London.

Missing items included a $400 radio face plate, a $150 subwoofer, 60 CDs valued at $15 each, a golf bag and clubs ($1,500), a black leather jacket ($150), and a gold necklace and gold ring ($150 each).

A laptop computer and a tool box full of tools also were taken; value of both items was unknown at press time.

Vehicle vandals go on spree
Several vehicles were damaged last Sunday.

The rear windows were broken out of a 1994 Chevrolet Cavalier in the 900 block of St. Johns and a 2003 Chevrolet Impala in the 1000 block of St. Johns.

The windshield and rear window were broken out of a 1998 Jaguar in the 1500 block of Michigan.

The driver’s side mirror was broken off a 2008 Dodge Nitro in the Goddard.

Rear windows targeted
A number of vehicles were damaged last Sunday.

The rear windows were broken on a 1996 Jeep Cherokee in the 13100 block of Wesley, a Ford van in the 12700 block of Veronica, a 1999 GMC Yukon in the 13200 block of Spruce, a 2002 Chrysler Sebring and a 2000 Chrysler Voyager in the 12800 block of Brest and a 1999 Honda in the 15800 block of Howard.

The driver’s-side mirror was broken off a 1998 Jeep Cherokee in the 13000 block of Plum.

Cooler comes in from cold
A couple was awakened in the 13300 block of Greenview early last Sunday by a loud crash.

A cooler belonging that had been on the front patio of the residence had been thrown through the bedroom window. Damage is estimated at $250.

Man swings shovel at neighbor
A neighborhood dispute finally came to a head last week when a resident of Margrette was arrested for swinging a snow shovel at his neighbor.

The alleged attacker has had an ongoing feud with his neighbor, and the shovel-swinging incident was the third time two days that reports were filed with police.

The first was filed by the neighbor’s wife, who said she found dog feces just before 3 p.m. March 11 in the spot on her driveway where she parks her vehicle. She said the alleged attacker yelled threats at her while she was picking up the feces.

In the second report, the neighbor was letting his dogs out about 8 p.m. March 11 when he heard something strike his door. He then looked down and found an ice cube on the concrete near his back door.

Finally, the neighbor said he was putting trash into a container and had rested the lid briefly against the alleged attacker’s fence. The man then swung the shovel, knocking the garbage can lid shut, and swung the shovel at least two more times, nearly hitting the neighbor in the head.

Police found marks on the fence near the garbage can and arrested the alleged attacker, who told them he was “only defending his property,” and that they couldn’t arrest him because he was taking care of his elderly mother.

Police arrested the man and enlisted his son to look after the mother, who was asleep inside the alleged attacker’s house.

High school descreened
Seven 44-inch-by-60-inch window screens were taken from the east side of Trenton High School, 2601 Charlton, between 3 p.m. March 10 and 7:45 a.m. March 11.