An employee from the El Ranchito Market at New York Avenue and John Street reported that two B/F’s and 4 B/m’s juveniles were throwing rocks at the windows after one of the females came in and exchanged words with the caller. The subjects were heading towards John Street. Officers checked the area with negative results.
Hammond PD reported receiving a call from a male subject at the BP Gas Station at New York Avenue and Indianapolis Blvd. reporting that 4 M.H in a Blue Ford Taurus pulled a gun out on him. The caller reported that they also shouted racial slurs at him. Hammond advised for officers to keep an eye out for the vehicles and occupants.
A resident in the 1800 block of Pennsylvania reported that a F/W and a W/M just broke into the house across the street. Lt. Abner, Lt. Tobias and Ofc. Macon were detailed to the scene. Officers reported locating both parties involved. Officers reported that they are friends of the home owners son and they are house sitting for the family and they had locked the keys to the house inside. Officers advised that they went through a window. All clear.
Dispatch received a call of a H/M in a white shirt rummaging through a car and the caller believes that the car is not his. Lt. Tobias and Ofc. Macon advised that the subject known to them in a black Chevy Malibu. Officers reported that the vehicle belongs to the subjects wife.
A resident in the 1700 block of Oliver Street reported a theft from her back yard. Ofc. Macon reported speaking with the complainant who reported three large bags of aluminum cans were taken. Each bag contained approx. 200 aluminum cans.
An employee from Nathan Hale reported that near the kindergarten building that there is a suspicious male subject with long hair in a ponytail and carrying a back pack looking into cars. Offices were dispatched to the area and reported negative results.
Whiting PD was dispatched to the City Garage in reference to a burglary that had been committed. Officers reported that persons unknown went behind the City Garage and removed a piece plywood that was covering the rear window to gain entry.
A resident in the 2100 block of New York Avenue reported a theft from his vehicle. Officers reported that persons unknown has stolen the catalytic converter from his 1997 Pontiac. The theft occurred between 8-7-15 and 9-14-15.
A resident in the 1400 block of John Street requested officers at their property. Sgt. Hale and Ofc. Prevatte reported that the owners of the property unearthed bones while doing yard work. Officers reported they were animal bones.
Hammond PD requests assistance BP Gate 42. Sgt. Hale reported that Hammond PD handled.