The following incidents occurred Oct. 15-23. If anyone has any information regarding these cases, or any others, contact Brazil City Police Department at 446-2211.
1. Monday, Oct.15: Patrolman Henry Wallen responded to a theft report by Becky Westfall, 920 W. Noble St. Westfall reported someone entered her vehicle while parked in front of her home, taking the car keys and her ID.
2. Monday, Oct.15: Sgt. Mark Loudermilk responded to a theft report at the Smith residence at 435 S. Leavitt. A family member reported Halloween yard ornaments had been stolen sometime during the night.
6. Monday, Oct. 22: Officers responded to a conversion/theft report by employees of Dollar General Store located at Forest Park Plaza. An employee reported a person taking items from the store.
7. Monday, Oct. 22: Patrolman Jeffrey Bucklin II responded to a theft by Jesse Mathews, 129 N. Turner St. Mathews said someone took his mail from the residence. The mail was located and later returned to Matthews.
8. Thursday, Oct. 25: Officers responded to a theft by Christina Lawson, 122 W. Jackson St. Lawson said that someone stole her medication from her vehicle while it was parked outside her home.
9. Tuesday, Oct. 23: Patrolman Andrew Whittington responded to a theft report by Jesse Jackson, 19 E. Church St. Jackson said that someone took his medication from his vehicle while parked in front of his home.
3. Monday, Oct.15: Patrolman Michael Perrine responded to a criminal mischief report by Matthew Pieske, 622 ½ N. Washington St. Pieske reported someone spray painted the numbers 252 and indecent words on his vehicle.
4. Monday, Oct.15: Patrolman Michael Perrine responded to a criminal mischief report by Mark Secrest, 104 E. Logan St. Secrest said someone spray painted the numbers 252 and indecent words were written on the vehicle. On Tuesday, Oct.16, Brazil City Police made two juvenile arrests for the vehicle painting incidents.
5. Sunday, Oct. 21: Sgt. Mark Loudermilk responded to a criminal mischief report filed by the Brazil Housing Authority. Police were called to 601 W. Central Ave., Apt. F-14, because someone broke into and damaged the interior.