Saturday at about 7:20 p.m., Officer Alfred Dixon responded to an injured subject call in the 500 block of Westmoreland Street. APD Dispatch had been notified by a concerned citizen that he saw a male subject lying in the street and did not know if the subject was hurt or intoxicated. The concerned citizen called APD Dispatch a second time when he saw the subject get off the ground and enter a residence in the same block. When Officer Dixon arrived, he observed a male subject in the affected residence and heard a female screaming about the male subject not belonging at the residence. The female victim further alleged that the male subject had her car keys. The female victim alleged that when she encountered the male subject, the subject held his finger over his mouth telling her to be quiet. Keys belonging to the victim were recovered and the subject was arrested for felony burglary of a habitation.
Sunday afternoon at about 3:40, Officer David Humber responded to a shoplifter call at a business in the 1600 block of Hwy 351. APD Dispatch had been contacted by a loss prevention employee that they had contacted a female suspect for allegedly stealing merchandise from the store. Officer Humber's investigation revealed that the female suspect was selective in scanning merchandise and that the suspect had failed to scan several merchandise items before leaving the store without paying for them. The suspect was cooperative and approximately $33.00 of merchandise was recovered. A records check revealed that the suspect had previous theft convictions. The suspect was arrested on an enhanced charge of felony theft based on the previous convictions.