This week in Cops Corner..
On the lookout for a tricycle
6:03 p.m. — 700 block of Flamingo Drive
Larceny. Police responded to a local home regarding a stolen adult tricycle, missing from its normal spot in the home's front yard.
The tricycle is mint green in color with a black basket on the back, and a white basket in the front, according to the incident report. The victim told police she noticed i missing when she went to use it that afternoon. The responding police officer spoke with neighbors, but no one had cameras nor did they remember seeing anything.
The victim told police she would like to press charges if a suspect is found.
11:53 p.m. — First block of Cherokee Trail
Information. Police recently documented a civil issue involving a man on a ventilator, a missing wallet and a suspicious roommate.
According to an incident report, the man's niece told police she was taking care of her uncle's estate as he would soon be removed from life support, and, that her uncle's brother asked her to check her uncle's banking accounts because his wallet and credit cards were missing. He also wanted her to confirm her uncle's stimulus check was deposited. When she went through her uncle's accounts, the niece discovered he only had $5 in his savings account and $11.30 in his checking account.
She told police she suspected her uncle's roommate had removed the money illegally. Thus, she made contact with said roommate, who told her that her uncle promised him that money. The roommate then became angry, the niece told police, and threw a set of car keys toward her and exclaimed, n a profane manner, that he was getting swindled once again.
Because her uncle is still alive, and the niece had yet to acquire power of attorney, police advised her that they would document the incident for the time being, until she can legally file a theft report.
The doctor will not see you now
1:35 p.m. — 300 block of Clyde Morris Boulevard
Disorderly intoxication. A 42-year-old Ormond Beach man was arrested after he punched walls inside a local medical building to the point that his knuckles bled.
According to his arrest report, staff in the building had seen him drink vodka and the man said it was due to high blood pressure and that he needed the vodka to bring his heart rate down. He was escorted out of the building and when police arrived, he was sitting down in the parking lot yelling that the doctor was not willing to see him.
Because he continued to yell and scream in the parking lot, and refused to leave, police placed him under arrest,. In the backseat of the patrol car, he began spitting and kicking everywhere, the officer noted in the man's arrest report. He was taken to jail