A Cordoba Circle woman bought a Vintage Working Mid-Century Mahogany Ironite Cabinette for $255 on E-Bay. She was assured by the seller that the furniture functioned properly and it did not. Her attorney was able to get the purchase price back but not the $199 in shipping and handling. The Cincinatti Police Department requested she file a report here and forward it to the CPD for prosecution.
A Hot Springs man blowing leaves on Cantelejo Lane put a tarp on a traffic lane in the street to gather leaves. He blew the leaves on the tarp and removed the tarp from the road upon completion. Someone complained. He promised the police he wouldn’t put a tarp on the roadway again.
Officers provided traffic control for the Hot Springs Village Fire Department on Promesa Place.
Officers provided traffic control in the area of W. Villena and Huelva while Entergy personnel installed a transformer.
There is a lost POA identification card at the Hot Springs Village Police Department. The card was found at the east gate.
An Aquila Way woman said there was a varmit in one of her closets. Officers discovered evidence of a squirrel in her crawl space. She was advised to call a company specializing in varmit removal.
A Sandalo Lane woman accidentally called 911 and hung up before letting the dispatcher know there wasn’t a problem. Officers came to her door to see what was wrong.
A Barcelona Lane woman said her car had been gone through. The console was left open, items had been moved and items were missing. Her car had been unlocked. Missing items are valued at approximately $62.
Officers provided traffic control for the Hot Springs Village Fire Department on South Badalona Drive.
Officers provided traffic control while a man waited for a tow at DeSoto Boulevard and Ponce de Leon Drive.
An Alava Way woman said her car sustained approximately $800 in damages over a months time at different locations.
A Tomino Way man said he would shoot his neighbors dog if it ran loose in his yard again. The dog is very friendly and had jumped the fence. Officers warned the dog owner to keep the dog on a leash or in his yard. Officers warned the complainant that he would be in trouble if he shot the dog.
Several shoppers at a tool sale on Carmona Road and Fresno Road were warned to move their parked cars out of the roadway.
Officers kept the peace on Sanchez Place while a Cambre Circle woman removed some items from the house.
There was a small fender bender on Durango Way. There was minimal damage to both of the cars.
A Fonsagrada Way man reported a mail scam.
There was a fatal fire on Sonora Way.
A Longeta Lane man tried to drive on a suspended license. Officers pulled him over and cited him for operating while suspended. He was warned that if he did it again and was caught he would go to jail.
There was a domestic disturbance on Sanchez Place.
There were two dogs chasing a deer on Diamante Golf Course. The dogs were seen swimming in one of the ponds with the deer. The dogs and deer got out of the pond and ran off.
An Acambaro Place woman reported seeing the dogs and the deer in her yard.
Officers kept the peace on Peralena Way and Pego Way.
Officers blocked roadways where there were power lines down, Toledo, DeSoto Boulevard, Callela Road and Lago Drive.
A Lonjeta Lane woman wanted her houseguest to leave but there was no place to go.
Officers provided traffic control while a truck was removed from the ditch on DeSoto Boulevard at Los Lagos.
Officers provided traffic control while the Hot Springs Village Fire Department found a smoking heat pump on Ponferrada Way.
There was a tree down partially blocking the roadway in the area of West Villena and Villena Circle. An officer used his chainsaw to remove the tree from the roadway.
Officers served a notice to quit on Tomino Way.
There was a broken window on Caceras Way. The wind blew the cardboard covering away causing a passing motorist to report the breakage.
A Balboa Way woman lost control of her car on an icy area of Balearic Road just north of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. She was not injured and the car could not be towed until weather and road conditions improved.
An Adoracion Way man accidentally called 911 and hung up. Officers arrived at his door to see if there was a problem. There was not.
Officers blocked the roadway of DeSoto Boulevard between Carmona Drive and Toledo Drive. There was a hot power line down in the roadway.
A Palisandro Drive woman told officers Regions Bank called her and warned her of fraudulent charges on her credit card. The charges were in Delray Beach, Florida.
A Halcon Place woman had trouble with her generator.
A Sandalo Lane woman was given a ride to Village Inn. Her house did not have power and she was cold.
There was a structure fire on Reddina Lane. Everyone got out safely.
A large limb fell on a Cordero Lane home.
A large pine fell across the power lines on DeSoto Boulevard just west of Minorca Road. Officers provided traffic control.
There was a tree in the roadway at Santistaban Way. Public works removed the tree.
There was a car in the ditch on Balearic Road near Realta Way.
There was a Jessieville School bus stuck in the roadway due to downed trees at Fresno Road and Ponferrada Way. Officers removed the trees.
Officers helped a Ligero Lane woman open her garage door.
A tree fell on a Valls Lane home during the previous evening.
Officers provided traffic control while Village Shell removed a car from a ditch in the area of Balearic Road and Reata Way.
Officers helped a Rollo Lane woman open her garage door.
A Village woman lost her medicare card.
Officers helped a Coronado Lane woman open her garage door.
An Olmedo Place woman warned police that people had moved the barricade at Ponferrada and Fresno Road. Officers replaced the barricades and put up yellow tape across the roadway to keep drivers off the steep hill.
Officers provided traffic control for the Hot Springs Village Fire Department on Pizarro Drive.
A Ponferrada Way woman told police about a mail fraud involving the Suddenlink name.
A Hernandez Lane man told police about a telephone scam.
An Oliva Lane man said his car was sideswiped after he left it at the intersection of Los Lagos and DeSoto Boulevard.
An Arias Way man said his car slid off the roadway on Arias Way. He was given a ride home with his groceries.
An Entrada Way man said his car was crashed into after he left it on Cortez Road.
A Cortez Road man told officers about a mail scam.
A Collado Way woman lost control of her car on Fresno Road near Collado. The woman was driven home and her car was driven to the POA pipe yard and parked until road conditions improved.
Officers provided traffic control for the Hot Springs Village Fire Department on Carmona Road and Asturis Drive.
There was an incidence of battery on Polido Lane, an order of protection and charges are still possible.
A driver trying to enter the Village east gate without identification was cited for driving on a suspended drivers license out of Benton district court.
A San Sebastian Way man said a former girlfriend fraudulently used his debit card charging approximately $1500 in cash advances and purchases.
Officers provided traffic control while Village Shell removed a car from the intersection of DeSoto Boulevard and Saldana.
A Fronterra Circle man was cited with violation of the Garland County Noise Ordinance.
Prescription glasses were found in the back of one of the Hot Springs Village Police Department’s vehicles. Rides were given to several people on February 8. The glasses are in the lost and found drawer at the station.
Officers provided traffic control for Village Shell to remove a car from the ditch at Cortez Road and Baeza.
There was a roll over accident in the area of Carmona Road and Barcelona Road. The Delgado Lane driver had been picked up by a passing motorist. She said she lost control of her car. Damage to the car was approximately $4,500.
A Pandilla Way man said his window valued at $500 or $600 had a small hole in it. Officers checked for owners of BB guns on Tiburon Way
The Balboa Gate was damaged by a white vehicle. The gate is unusable. The cost to repair the gate is unknown at this time.