Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Police Briefing

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Police Briefing

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The following are crimes and other incidents reported recently in the Southside, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office:

-- An undetermined amount of cash was stolen from the offices of Chase Manhattan Bank and Proctor & Gamble, 10151 Deerwood Park Blvd. Police said someone pried open the office doors between 5 p.m. May 12 and 7 a.m. Monday and rummaged through locked desks.

-- A Southside teen was arrested May 13 and three others are being sought after police said they stole a videocassette recorder, four video games, 22 game discs, a Pokemon card collection and a radio-controlled truck valued together at $2,200 from a trailer at 10960 Beach Blvd. Police said someone pried open the back door between 9 a.m. and 8:35 p.m., then stole the items from the home. Police said one boy was tracked to his home and arrested.

-- An undetermined amount of money was stolen by a gunman Monday from the Sunrise Food Mart, 8575 Beach Blvd. Police said a man walked in at 7:30 p.m., pulled a small handgun and demanded cash from the 39-year-old clerk, then fled north on Grove Park Boulevard.

STRONG-ARM ROBBERY

8300 block of Beach Boulevard -- A 14-year-old Southside boy was punched and robbed of $2 and a baseball cap at 1:40 p.m. Sunday when another boy attacked him.

AGGRAVATED BATTERY

Apartment at 11990 Beach Blvd. -- A 20-year-old Southside woman was arrested at 1:28 a.m. Wednesday on a charge of aggravated battery after police said she attacked a man with a tennis racket.

9700 block of Nimitz Court -- A 42-year-old Southside man was arrested at noon Monday on aggravated battery charges after police said he hit and kicked an officer while being arrested.

BATTERY

Apartment at 4755 Radcliff Court -- A 22-year-old Southside man was arrested at 5:30 p.m. Sunday on a battery charge after police said he threw a beer at his wife. …

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