Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

POLICE BRIEFS; Speakers, Other Sound Equipment Are Stolen

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

POLICE BRIEFS; Speakers, Other Sound Equipment Are Stolen

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Byline: Christopher F. Aguilar, Times-Union staff writer

Following is a list of arrests and crimes reported by Beaches area police departments

ATLANTIC BEACH

A man reported Oct. 2 that someone broke into his car in the 100 block of Levy Road and stole a stereo/CD player, an amplifier, two pairs of speakers and pair of sunglasses with a combined value of $1,100.

A man and woman reported Oct. 2 that someone stole two video games, a porcelain doll and a stereo receiver from their apartment in the 100 block of West 11th Street.

A resident told police Oct. 5 that he heard a gun shot near his home in the 100 block of Forrestal Circle and looked outside and saw a man near his fence. The man shouted that someone was shooting at him and asked the resident to call police. The resident told his family to get back in the house when he heard another shot.

The man jumped the fence and ran. The resident saw a car make two passes through the area and then leave for Mayport Road. Police found the man at the American Legion and discovered he had a history of mental illness and took him to the Mental Health Resource Center.

A man reported Thursday that someone stole his disc jockey mixer, two turntables and a board with a combined value of $1,600 from his home in the 200 block of East Coast Drive.

JACKSONVILLE BEACH

Police arrested a man Thursday and charged him with sexual battery by fondling or molesting a physically incapacitated person after a 22-year-old woman reported an incident that occurred at a hotel in the 100 block of First Avenue North.

Police arrested a man Thursday and charged him with battery, resisting an officer and disorderly intoxication after the man tried to take photos of a child in the 600 block of Beach Proper North.

The child's father refused to let the man take a picture of his child, but the man pushed the father away while trying to snap the photo. The camera didn't have any film in it. …

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