The Baldwyn Police Department reported the following crimes and statistics for February 2018.
- Tag: None, Expired, Covered, Improper 1
- Driver’s License None or Expired 6
- Driver’s License Suspended 1
- DUI 3
- Stop Sign, Running 3
- Resisting arrest 1
- Warrants 8
- Possession of Marijuana 3
- Possession of Controlled Substance 3
- Possession of Paraphernalia 1
- No Proof of Liability Insurance 5
- Careless Driving 1
- Speeding 2
- No Seatbelt 1
- Failure to Stop for an Emergency Vehicle 1
- Failure to Yield Right of Way 1
- Larency 1
- False Pretense 1
- Trespassing 2
- Contempt of Court 3
A married couple came to South 2nd Street in order for the husband to confront a male he believed was romantically involved with his wife.
A resident of East Main Street reported his soon-to- be ex-wife and he had an altercation. He reported she scratched his neck and fell off his truck.
Bull Market management reported a shoplifter took two Reeces candy bars and a 20 ounce drink, left and returned to take more.
A resident of Greenwood Drive reported a female causing a disturbance. The couple are in the midst of a divorce.
A customer at Baldwyn Tobacco, Liquor & Wine reported his wallet containing $60 in cash, a credit card, debit card, prescription card and insurance cards was taken off the counter. The store clerk provided video to the customer of the man taking the wallet.
A Thomas Street male was making bogus 911 calls through Facebook. He reported a female had been shot on Brook Street.
A male resident of Holly Street reported a his estranged wife took his 2006 Trail Blazer without his permission and she refused to return it.
A male on Thomas Street reported his co-worker drinking and calling him with threats.
A female working at 976 Hwy 145 N (Advanced Innovations) reported her Samsung phone taken from from the break room table. Video showed evidence of a female taking the phone. The female agreed to return the phone.
A Martin Luther King Jr Drive resident reported money taken from her purse which was laying on a kitchen chair in her home. She listed three people who had been in her home at the time of the money’s disappearance.
A Pratts Road resident called 911 to report a trespasser at her home. The police arrived to find see the subject running from the shop to his vehicle and trying to escape. The homeowner was yelling at the trespasser. Police officers arrested the trespasser.
A Baldwyn resident reported signs stolen from the exterior of her commercial building located at 229 S West Street and 209 West Water Street.
A customer at Git ‘N’ Go reported a .357 caliber pistol was stolen from the console of his vehicle while he was inside the store.
A female driving on Hwy 370 W was seen by police officers trying to hide a stash of crack in her bra and between the seats of the car.
A resident of Martin Luther King, Jr Drive reported his debit card was stolen form his mail box and used to make a withdrawal from FMBank, to purchase items at Baldwyn U-Save and Baldwyn Mini Mart.
Baldwyn police were called to a residence on Lee Street where a juvenile was throwing things at his mother, refusing to finish eating and go to school.
If anyone has any information regarding these crimes, please call Baldwyn Police Department at 365-1047. For all emergencies, dial 911.