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May 11, 2012

Orange Police Beat

ORANGE — Staff reports

The City of Orange Police Department responded to the following calls from April 28 - May 4, 2012.

Saturday, April 28

• Robbery at the service road ay Womack.

• Runaway juvenile at the 100 block of Border.

Sunday, April 29

• Sexual assault at the 600 block of Bridal Wreath.

• Forgery at the 1400 block of Main.

• Stolen Vehicle at the 10 block of Childress.

Monday, April 30

• Theft at the 500 Burton.

• Traffic accident at the 1300 block of 16th.

Tuesday, May 1

• Controlled substance at the 1700 block of Main.

• Assault at the 1200 block of 16th.

• Assault at the 7200 block of Valero.

• Assault at the 1500 block of 37th Street.

Wednesday, May 2

• Stolen vehicle at the 3700 block of 16th.

• Controlled substance at the intersection of 2nd and Moreel.

• Warrant service at the intersection of MLK and Sikes.

Thursday, May 3

• Burglary at the 2400 block of McKee.

• Burglary at the 2400 block of McKee.

• Burglary at the 1000 block of West Cherry.

• Burglary at the 2600 block of Fairway.

• Assault at the 300 block of Morrell.

Friday, May 4

• Smuggling at the 200 block of 8th Street.

• Burglary at the 2100 block of 8th Street.

• Theft at the 3700 block of North 16th.

• Controlled substance at the 3800 block of Meeks.

Source: City of Orange Police Department Office

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