Stealing, Shoplifting at Walmart Tops Eureka Police Log
POLICE LOG: Eureka Police Department officers responded to the following developments between Dec. 10-16, including another attempted suicide, a fraudulent use of a credit device and identity theft cases.
Following are recent incidences handled by Eureka Police Department officers:
Three warrants for arrest were processed at the Eureka Police Station; one on Dec. 10, the second on Dec. 13 and the third on Dec. 15.
Police responded to an attempted suicide at a Fairway Estates Court residence on Dec. 11.
A case of shoplifting was handled at the Walmart Supercenter on Dec. 11.
A resident living off of Hunters Lake Court filed an identity theft report due to an attempted credit card fraud case.
The fraudulent use of a credit device was filed at Eureka City Hall against a person in North Carolina who stole a Eureka resident's identity and made changes as well as purchases on the victim's credit card.
A Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) arrest was made on Eureka Road on Dec. 14.
Another case of shoplifting at Walmart was handled on Dec. 15.
A resident came to Eureka City Hall on Dec. 16 to report an identity theft and credit card fraud.
Details for this article were provided by Eureka Police Department officers.