_ 3657 Ringgold Rd.: Police were patrolling near the Cascades motel early Monday morning and noticed a Ford van with Michigan plates. According to a police report, the officer checked a criminal data base to determine if the tag belonged to the vehicle. It was determined that the tag was reported stolen. The report states the officer spoke with a clerk at the motel to find out what room the occupants of the car were staying in. The officer spoke with occupants of the room, a white female and a black male. The woman said she bought the vehicle in Michigan and produced a title to the van. The woman told the officer that the tag was on the car when she purchased it and she had no knowledge of it being stolen. The man, identified as Save It Bonner, was determined to have an active warrant through the U.S. Marshals Service. The report states that Bonner was taken by ERPD to the Federal Building on Georgia Avenue at the request of U.S. Marshals. The stolen tag was removed from the van and placed into property and evidence.
_ 1518 McDonald Rd.: Police were called to the address on Saturday in regard to a theft from a vehicle. According to a police report, an officer spoke with a woman who said that someone had stolen luggage from the back of the family car as they prepared to go on vacation. The victim told police that the family packed a Nike duffel bag and two other suitcases on the evening before taking off on the trip. When they went to leave at about 5:30 a.m. they noticed that their suitcases were all missing from the Ford Explorer. According to the report, the victim said that her son went out to the vehicle one last time the night before leaving and left the vehicle unlocked. Items stolen were three suitcases and miscellaneous clothes and shoes. The report states that the value of the stolen items was about $600.
_ 5500 Clemons Rd.: Police responded to the address on Monday afternoon in regard to an aggravated burglary. According to a police report, when an officer arrived he spoke with a man who said that he was in the process of moving, and when he came to the house today it had been ransacked. The victim stated that the only thing missing was his son’s Nintendo Switch and seven games. The victim told police that the doors had been locked but the backdoor did not have the deadbolt locked.
_ 100 Dorroh Ln.: Police were dispatched to the address late Monday night on an auto burglary. According to a police report, police spoke with a woman who said she set her alarm at 10:30 p.m. to get ready to go to work. She went outside and noticed that the driver side window to her car had been shattered. The victim told police she opened the door to the car and immediately noticed that her backpack had been taken from the vehicle. The report states that victim had her drivers license, credit cards and a piece of jewelry inside the backpack. The victim told police that she noticed a black male she had never seen before wearing a red bandanna near the car earlier that evening. The estimated damage to the car was placed at $400. There is no further suspect information.