Alamo Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Alamo Heights Police Department
  • Address: 6116 Broadway St, San Antonio, 78209 TX
  • Chief: Richard L Pruitt, Sr (Chief of Police)

Alamo Heights Police Department is located at 6116 Broadway St, San Antonio, 78209 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard L Pruitt, Sr. The Alamo Heights Police Department phone number is 210-822-3321.

Alamo Heights Police Department News

Weekly Police Blotter Period: Oct 30, 2017 / Nov 5, 2017 10/30/17 Criminal Mischief 100 blk. Evans Sliding glass door broken by possible BB or pellet gun 10/30/17 Burglary, Apartment 100 blk. Mary D Rear door forced open to an apartment; miscellaneous property stolen 10/31/17 DWI 100 blk. Cleveland Court Driver of a vehicle stopped for running a red light was found to be under the influence of alcohol and impaired 11/02/17 Wanted Person 4700 blk. Broadway Driver stopped for a traffic violation was found to have an invalid driver's license and active arrest warrant issued by Nueces County for driving with an invalid driver's license 11/02/17 Theft / Shoplifting 4800 blk. Broadway Male subject arrested for shoplifting; charges enhanced due to the subject have multiple convictions for theft 11/02/17 Wanted Person 6900 blk. Broadway Driver stopped for a traffic violation had not ever had a driver's license issued; follow-up investigation discovered the subject had an active arrest warrant issued by Bexar County 11/02/17 Evading Arrest 200 blk. Kennedy Male subject accused of making terroristic threats against a family member fled in his vehicle almost striking officers who were investigating the threats; subject arrested the following day after investigators obtained an arrest warrant 11/04/17 Narcotics Violation 100 blk. Mary D When an off-duty officer attempted contact with a male subject who was hiding behind a shed the subject fled on a bicycle; the subject was later contacted by an on-duty officer, investigation discovered the subject was in possession of an illegal club and methamphetamines 11/04/17 Theft 100 blk. Terrell Rd Leafblower stolen from an open trailer bed Total Calls for Service: 139 Total Persons Arrested: 7 Total COAH Warrants: 2 Total Traffic Contacts: 65 Total Crime Prevention: 139

Weekly Police Blotter Period: Oct 23, 2017 / Oct 29, 2017 10/25/17 Assault, Bodily Injury 500 blk. Austin Hwy. Person pumping gas was approached by a male subject who hit him in the face for no reason 10/25/17 Theft, Bicycle 200 blk. Abiso Unsecured bicycle stolen from front porch 10/26/17 Criminal Mischief 4800 blk. Broadway Vehicle parked in a parking lot received damage by a sharp instrument to the exterior paint 10/27/17 Burglary 800 blk. Evans Tools stolen from a house under construction 10/28/17 Narcotics Violation 5700 blk. Broadway A traffic violation contact resulted in a driver and passenger being arrested for possession of marijuana and heroin 10/28/17 Theft, Bicycle 100 blk. Mary D Bicycle stolen from porch; security cable cut 10/28/17 Vehicle Burglary 5800 blk. Broadway Vehicle unlawfully entered by punching a door lock; purse and handgun stolen 10/29/17 Narcotics Violation 5300 blk. Broadway A traffic violation contact resulted in a driver and passenger being arrested for possession of marijuana and hydrocodone 10/29/17 DWI 5100 blk. Broadway Vehicle stopped for weaving across traffic lanes; investigation determined the driver was under the influence of alcohol and impaired 10/29/17 DWI 6100 blk. Broadway Vehicle stopped for speeding and swerving across traffic lanes; investigation determined the driver was under the influence of alcohol and impaired Total Calls for Service: 161 Total Persons Arrested: 8 Total COAH Warrants: 4 Total Traffic Contacts: 150 Total Crime Prevention: 124

Weekly Police Blotter Period: Oct 16, 2017 / Oct 22, 2017 10/20/17 Theft 500 blk. Normandy Two (2) ladders stolen from front porch 10/21/17 Public Intoxication 100 blk. Barilla Intoxicated person approached an officer creating a disturbance; subject returned home and released to a relative 10/22/17 Public Intoxication 5100 blk. Broadway Intoxicated male subject observed sitting on the sidewalk in front of a closed business; subject determined to be homeless and intoxicated; transported to Haven for Hope Total Calls for Service: 176 Total Persons Arrested: 3 Total COAH Warrants: 5 Total Traffic Contacts: 134 Total Crime Prevention: 145

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Weekly Police Blotter Period: Oct 9, 2017 / Oct 15, 2017 10/9/17 Wanted Person, Resist Arrest, Narcotics Violation, Criminal Mischief, Fail to Identify/Wanted Person 6400 blk. Broadway Male subject reported as suspicious repeatedly gave false identifying information; when the subject was identified he was wanted for a parole violation; further investigation discovered the subject was illegally in possession of controlled prescription drugs and paraphernalia; subject was removed from patrol vehicle after causing damage to the interior; subject violently resisted officers attempting to re-apply handcuffs he had moved to the front of his body 10/10/17 Wanted Person 6100 blk. Broadway Driver of vehicle stopped for a traffic violation was found to have an active arrest warrant for theft from the elderly 10/11/17 Wanted Person 800 blk. Estes Driver of vehicle stopped for a traffic violation was found to have an active arrest warrant for assault/bodily injury 10/11/17 Emergency Detention 100 blk. Arcadia Female transported to a hospital for evaluation after making statements she intended to harm herself 10/11/17 Vehicle Burglary 100 blk. Alamo Heights Blvd. Vehicle forcibly entered to steal a purse left in open view 10/11/17 Narcotics Violation 6400 blk. Broadway Driver stopped for a traffic violation had never been issued a driver's license; further investigation discovered he was in possession of marijuana 10/12/17 DWI 2nd 100 blk. Ellwood Driver found passed out in the 100 blk. Ellwood; investigation revealed the driver was under the influence of alcohol and impaired 10/12/17 Emergency Detention 200 blk. Arcadia Female in mental crisis transported to a medical facility for a psychiatric evaluation 10/13/17 Forgery / Attempt 5400 blk. Broadway An alert teller recognized a possible fraudulent check presented by a male subject; leaving his identification card subject fled the bank as the teller was attempting to verify the check 10/14/17 Forgery, Evading Arrest, Wanted Person, Identity Theft 5200 blk. Broadway Male subject who attempted to cash a forged check fled from officers in a vehicle until he jumped from the moving vehicle which crashed into a parked vehicle; the subject continued to flee officers but was captured in a residential back yard; subject identified and found to have an active warrant for evading arrest; subject vehicle contained a large amount of counterfeit checks and multiple identifications 10/14/17 Attempted Theft 4800 blk. Broadway Male subject took a purse from a shopping cart when the owner was distracted; a child in the cart at the time alerted the owner who chased after the subject; subject dropped the purse in the parking lot and fled in a waiting vehicle 10/14/17 Wanted Person, Narcotics Violation 100 blk. Arcadia Driver stopped for a traffic violation had never been issued a driver's license; further investigation discovered an active warrant for probation revocation; the driver and a passenger were also found to be in possession of methamphetamines and narcotics paraphernalia Total Calls for Service: 218 Total Persons Arrested: 7 Total COAH Warrants: 5 Total Traffic Contacts: 130 Total Crime Prevention: 150

Police Officer of the Year Corporal Donny Fonseca helps a young man with his tie before Cotillion class. Way to go Donny.

Weekly Police Blotter Period: Oct 2, 2017 / Oct 8, 2017 10/02/17 Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon 5300 blk. Broadway Officers investigating a suspicious male subject checked a back pack and found a 9mm pistol, electronics, jewelry and gift cards; subject arrested for weapons violation 10/02/17 Narcotics Violation, Possession Counterfeit Money 1000 blk. Cambridge Oval Driver stopped for a traffic violation did not have a valid driver's license; investigation discovered methamphetamines, drug paraphernalia and counterfeit money 10/03/17 Emergency Detention 5200 blk. Broadway Female subject threatening suicide was transported to a hospital for evaluation 10/05/17 Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Burglary 100 blk. Terrell Rd. Officers observed a suspicious vehicle parked behind apartments during late night hours; while interviewing a female subject in the vehicle officers observed a male subject peeking over a fence; the subject fled from officers but was found in a near-by storage building; subject was in possession of two pistols, cash and collectible coins; subject was convicted of multiple felonies and booked into jail on the weapons charge; after daylight officers found an apartment that had been burglarized and discovered the property taken from the male subject was stolen from the apartment; additional charges of burglary will be filed 10/06/17 Evading Arrest, Resisting Arrest, Wanted Person 100 blk. Chichester Driver stopped for a traffic violation had an active theft warrant; driver attempted to run from the officer and resisted arrest Total Calls for Service: 309 Total Persons Arrested: 6 Total COAH Warrants: 5 Total Traffic Contacts: 98 Total Crime Prevention: 25

JOIN US FOR NATIONAL NIGHT OUT Rain or Shine tonight's Alamo Heights National Night Out 2018 Event is still on for this evening. We will have all activities in the AH Fire Bay. It will begin at 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Come and meet your Public Safety Officers, city staff and neighbors! Hope to see you tonight!

Weekly Police Blotter Period: Sept 25 / Oct 1, 2017 09/29/17 Narcotics Violation 5600 blk. Broadway Driver stopped for a traffic violation did not have a driver's license; passenger was arrested for possession of controlled prescription drugs without a prescription 09/29/17 Abandon/Endanger Child With Intent to Return 5800 blk. Broadway fourteen (14) month old infant left inside a vehicle parked in a restaurant parking lot while the parents were inside eating 09/29/17 Emergency Detention 5100 blk. Broadway Subject found in a parking lot suffering from mental crisis; subject transported to a hospital for evaluation 09/30/17 Altered Temporary License Plates; Wrong Registration Stkr. 200 blk. Austin Hwy Vehicle displaying an altered temporary dealers plate was found not to have a driver's license issued; further investigation discovered the registration sticker on the vehicle belonged to another vehicle; marijuana and paraphernalia found belonging to the driver 10/01/17 DWI, Minor 200 blk. Henderson Officers investigating a female screaming contacted a female subject who had left her boyfriend's house after an argument; the boyfriend drove to where the officers were and was observed to be under the influence of alcohol and impaired 10/01/17 Criminal Mischief 200 blk. W. Elmview Back windshield broken out Total Calls for Service: 156 Total Persons Arrested: 5 Total COAH Warrants: 6 Total Traffic Contacts: 120 Total Crime Prevention: 163

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TXDot will began a major street and sidewalk improvement projects at Patterson and Broadway towards Austin Hwy and N. New Braunfels. The scope of work includes, driveways, sidewalks, curb, curb ramps, and a section of asphalt between Grove PL and Arcadia. These projects will be phased and a more detailed timeline for each section will be given in the future to help keep citizens informed of the work. TxDOT does not foresee the need to cut off access to existing businesses, but some facilities may have limited access. TxDOT will have Traffic Control Plans and individuals on-site to help direct traffic. The first project will begin tomorrow, Tuesday September 26, 2017 around the Historic Trolley stop at Broadway and Patterson. • The right hand turn lane to Patterson will be shut down, as well as the southbound lane adjacent to the stop.

Weekly Police Blotter Period: Sept 18 / Sept 24, 2017 09/20/17 Public Intoxication 5000 blk. Broadway Officer stopped to investigate an observed disturbance between a male and female at a bus stop; female subject was determined to be under the influence of alcohol and intoxicated; transported to a detoxification facility 09/20/17 Criminal Mischief 100 blk. Barilla Vehicle in a parking lot sustained damage consistent with an attempted forced entry 09/20/17 DWI 6900 blk. Broadway Officers investigating a reported unconscious driver in a vehicle at a traffic light; investigation determined the driver was under the influence of alcohol and impaired 09/21/17 Theft 5100 blk. Broadway A wallet left on a counter was stolen when the owner of the wallet was distracted Theft 5100 blk. Broadway A laptop was stolen from an office Theft 100 blk. Arcadia Unsecured bicycle stolen from front porch area 09/23/17 Narcotics Violations, Weapons Offense 6700 blk. Broadway Driver stopped for a traffic violation did not have a valid driver's license; further investigation discovered marijuana, controlled narcotics and a firearm in the vehicle Total Calls for Service: 209 Total Persons Arrested: 9 Total COAH Warrants: 10 Total Traffic Contacts: 136 Total Crime Prevention: 132

Weekly Police Blotter Period: Sept 11 / Sept 17, 2017 09/11/17 Criminal Mischief 100 blk. Morton Rear window of a vehicle was broken out by unknown means 09/11/17 Theft 5300 blk. Broadway Purse left behind when the owner changed tables was stolen 09/11/17 Theft 5000 blk. Broadway An i-Phone was stolen from an unattended briefcase; phone was recovered badly damaged by officers near the Olmos Dam by using a phone tracker 09/13/17 Narcotics Violation 6100 blk. Broadway The driver and passenger of a vehicle stopped for a traffic violation were arrested when officers discovered marijuana, crack cocaine, and over 100 assorted pills identified as controlled prescription drugs 09/16/17 Wanted Person 6000 blk. Broadway Driver arrested for active arrest warrant issued for theft. Total Calls for Service: 185 Total Persons Arrested: 3 Total COAH Warrants: 0 Total Traffic Contacts: 67 Total Crime Prevention: 112

Weekly Police Blotter Period: September 4 / September 10, 2017 09/04/17 Wanted Person, Narcotics Violations 5500 blk. N New Braunfels Driver stopped for a traffic violation had never been issued a driver's license; further investigation discovered the driver had an active arrest warrant for Terroristic Threats; a passenger in the vehicle was arrested for possession of controlled substances and other dangerous drugs without a prescription. 09/06/17 Theft 5100 blk. Broadway A female subject posing as a customer went to an employee break area and stole a wallet from an unattended purse 09/07/17 Theft 200 blk. Argyle Jewelry was discovered missing after three workers from a cleaning service has departed 09/07/17 Vehicle Burglary 100 blk. Harrison Vehicle unlawfully entered and rummaged through Total Calls for Service: 172 Total Persons Arrested: 4 Total COAH Warrants: 5 Total Traffic Contacts: 83 Total Crime Prevention: 119

Weekly Police Blotter Period: August 28 / September 3, 2017 08/29/17 Wanted Person 7200 blk. Broadway Driver stopped for a traffic violation had never been issued a driver's license; driver had an active arrest warrant isued for vehicle burglary 08/30/17 Wanted Person 100 blk. Claywell Driver stopped for a traffic violation did not have a valid driver's license; driver had an active arrest warrant isued for narcotics violations 08/31/17 Wanted Person 6100 blk. Broadway Vehicle passenger found to have an active arrest warrant for probation violations 09/02/17 Burglary/Garage, Vehicles 100 blk. Cardinal Unlocked vehicles and an unlocked garage were unlawfully entered; several coolers stolen from garage but no property stolen from vehicles 09/03/17 Burglary/Apartment 100 blk. Elizabeth Apartment unlawfully entered through front door; resident suspects an ex-roommate whose property he was holding until owed rents were paid 09/03/17 Burglary/Business 200 blk. Viesca Surveillance cameras recorded a male subject enter a concession stand and steal cash; suspect is believed to be the fiancee of an employee Total Calls for Service: 161 Total Persons Arrested: 7 Total COAH Warrants: 11 Total Traffic Contacts: 117 Total Crime Prevention: 181

Weekly Police Blotter Period: August 21 / August 27, 2017 08/22/17 Wanted Person 6600 blk. Broadwway Driver stopped for a traffic violation had an active arrest warrant for narcotics violations 08/23/17 Public Intoxication 5800 blk. Broadway Intoxicated person trying to get in a vehicle was contacted by police; released to a relative 08/23/17 Evading Arrest 6200 blk. Broadway Driver stopped for a traffic violation fled from officers after first stopping; officers did not pursue due to the danger it posed to the public; driver later stopped by SAPD and identified 08/25/17 Vehicle Burglary 200 blk. Harrison Unlocked vehicle entered and loose change stolen 08/26/17 Emergency Detention 4800 blk. Broadway Officers contacted a subject who expressed intentions to hurt himself or others; subject transported to hospital for evaluation 08/26/17 Public Intoxication 5100 blk. Broadway Officers conducted a welfare check on a male subject reportedly passed out in a wheelchair; investigation determined the subject was intoxicated; transported to the Center of Health Care Service for treatment 08/27/17 Narcotics Violation, Evading Arrest/Detention 500 blk. La Jara An officer observed a vehicle traveling at a high speed disregard a stop sign; as the officer attempted to stop the vehicle it ran several more stop signs until coming to a stop in a residential driveway in the 300 blk. Alamo Heights Blvd; the driver of the vehicle was uncooperative and resisted officers attempts to detain him; once in custody the driver was found in possession of methamphetamines and other controlled drugs 08/27/17 Wanted Person 100 blk. W Castano Motorcycle operator stopped for a traffic violation was found to have multiple felony warrants for Aggravated Robbery (x2), Aggravated Assault w/ Deadly Weapon (x2) and Possession of a Forged Instrument Total Calls for Service: 187 Total Persons Arrested: 12 Total COAH Warrants: 27 Total Traffic Contacts: 89 Total Crime Prevention: 138

Alert Bulletin 5 - August 26, 2017, 8:00 am This bulletin contains current information regarding Hurricane Harvey and local weather predictions. •Hurricane Harvey continues to slowly push northwestward and weaken. As of this update, Harvey has weakened to a Category 1 hurricane, however, models continue to stall this system over the next few days which will result in an extended period of heavy rainfall over much of South Central Texas. •Areas along the I-35 corridor and eastern Hill Country, including the City of San Antonio and Austin, should expect 8-15 inches with isolated higher totals possible, especially east of I-35. •Wind velocities of 40-50 mph are expected within this area now under a Tropical Storm Warning with gusts to 60 mph in rain bands. This includes the San Antonio, New Braunfels and San Marcos areas. Damage to trees and power lines are possible, leading to scattered power outages. •There is a marginal risk for tornadoes east of I-35 and I-37 through Saturday. These small tornadoes are typically very fast moving and short-lived. Please monitor local news stations for more information concerning Hurricane Harvey and to keep updated should elevated weather alerts be issued for the Bexar County area.

Hurricane Harvey remains a severe threat to south Texas including Bexar County. Hurricane Harvey remains off-shore at the time of this bulletin but as it moves closer to shore the local impact will be varying light to heavy rainfall and increasing winds. The exact path Hurricane Harvey will take after moving inland is still to be determined but this storm should be considered a serious threat and preparations should be taken. The City of Alamo Heights website is being updated to provide direct links to a variety of public utilities and services. Also found on the City website are road closure information and locations for parking personal vehicles of guests/evacuees, boats, trailers and RVs relocated from areas in the path of Hurricane Harvey. Keeping roadways clear of vehicles will be very important to ensure large emergency vehicles have a clear travel route to a potentially higher level of emergency responses

City of Alamo Heights Non-Emergency for Hurricane Harvey – 210-832-2229  This number has been setup for residents to contact the City of Alamo Heights to report such things as tree limbs in roadway, debris in roadway, water or sewer problems, etc.  For critical emergencies, please call 911. City of Alamo Heights Emergency Street Closures - http://www.alamoheightstx.gov/about/resources/emergency‐street‐closures/ CPS Energy to report Outage – 210‐353‐HELP (4357) or www.cpsenergy.com  Contact CPS for all power outages  If you are household has a member who is on a life support system/machine during power outage call 911. City of San Antonio Emergency Street Closures – http://www.sanantonio.gov/Public- Works/Emergency-Street-Closures Bexar County Emergency Street Closures – https://apps.bexar.org/roadclosures/ Bexar County Emergency Management – https://www.bexar.org/672/Office-of-Emergency- Management TxDot Highway Conditions – drivetexas.org or/and transguide.dot.state.tx.us National Weather Service – www.weather.gov National Hurricane Center – www.nhc.noaa.gov American Red Cross – www.redcross.org

CITY OF ALAMO HEIGHTS WARNING - HURRICANE Alert Bulletin 2 - August 24, 2017, 4:00 pm Tropical Storm Harvey is undergoing rapid intensification and projected to reach Category 3 strength by the time makes landfill Friday evening. Once Harvey makes landfall, it is expected to stall somewhere inland from the middle Texas coast, possibly for several days. Updated maps project the storm path to include Bexar County. If Harvey stalls over an area including Bexar County there could be a very significant and lasting rainfall event. It is stressed these projections should be taken seriously and personal preparations made for a storm event including heavy rainfall for sustained periods of time and high winds predicted to reach 40-50 miles per hour. Other concerns include the following: • Residential property damage resulting from high winds; • Localized flooding of low water crossings and terrain; • Fallen trees and/or large tree limbs potentially damaging residential structures; • Be alert for downed power lines that could be tangled in fallen trees or tree limbs and treat every downed wire as if it is a charged electrical wire. As a matter of your personal preparation planning, do not forget to arrange for family pets. Should it be necessary to leave a home due to damage or flooding many shelters will not accept pets with the exception of service animals. If a hotel is the family choice be certain it is a pet friendly location. Private kennels will fill up fast so if that is your choice do not delay in making your reservation. It is recommended that local news and weather stations are monitored throughout the evening and tomorrow for updates on this very dangerous storm. Several of the coastal cities have already initiated evacuations including Rockport and Port Aransas. We will continue to send updated information by email and on the City website should there be any significant changes.

PLEASE STAY SAFE AND STAY OUT OF HIGH WATER!!

CITY OF ALAMO HEIGHTS - HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENT Alert Bulletin 1 - August 24, 2017, 1:30 pm The City of Alamo Heights Emergency Management Office has issued the following warning for those who live, work or visiting in the City of Alamo Heights. The Emergency Operations Center was activated at Level II at 12 noon on Thursday, August 24, 2017. The Emergency Operations Center will remain activated 24 hours a day until this event has concluded and all damages are assessed. Regular bulletins will be sent from the Emergency Operations Center and posted on the City of Alamo Heights website (www.alamoheightstx.gov) regarding changes in local conditions, road closures and other important information. Residents are urged to monitor local news stations to follow the progress of Tropical Storm Harvey. Current storm information can be obtained NOAA Weather Radio or the following websites: National Weather Service – www.weather.gov National Hurricane Center – www.nhc.noaa.gov Residents are also urged to begin to prepare for an extended storm event, high winds and loss of electrical services for extended period of time. The following resources are provided to assist residents with their personal emergency/preparedness plans: American Red Cross – www.redcross.org NOAA Costal Services Center – www.csc.noaa.org or www.nws.noaa.gov/os/hurricane/resources/TropicalCyclones11.pdf Tropical Storm Harvey Local Statement (August 24, 2017, 10:29 am) ** Tropical Storm Harvey to bring a significant life-threatening heavy rainfall event to South Central Texas ** CHANGES TO WATCHES AND WARNINGS: • A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for Bastrop, Bexar, Caldwell, Fayette, and Guadalupe counties • The Tropical Storm Warning has been upgraded to a Hurricane Warning for DeWitt and Karnes counties CURRENT WATCHES AND WARNINGS: • A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for Atascosa, Bastrop, Bexar, Caldwell, Fayette, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Lavaca, and Wilson counties • A Hurricane Warning is in effect for DeWitt and Karnes counties

Weekly Police Blotter Period: August 14 / August 20, 2017 08/14/17 Wanted Person 300 blk. Redwood Officer located a hit & run vehicle from San Antonio and detained the driver who was intoxicated; further investigation discovered the subject had active arrest warrants issued by Bexar County and Nueces County (x2) 08/14/17 Theft (shoplifting) 4800 blk. Broadway Male subject arrested for stealing two bottles of wine; charges enhanced due to previous theft convictions 08/14/17 Emergency Detention 200 blk. W Elmview Male subject transported to a hospital for evaluation and treatment of self inflicted injuries 08/14/17 Identity Theft 5000 blk. Broadway Driver of a vehicle stopped for reckless driving was found to have a suspended driver's license; further investigation discovered a large amount of drug paraphernalia in the vehicle in addition to stolen identification; three subjects booked into jail 08/15/17 Disorderly Conduct 5000 blk. Broadway Male subject made lewd gestures to female employees; subject cited for the offense, issued a criminal trespass warning and transported to Haven for Hope 08/15/17 Burglary, Weapons Violation,Narcotics Violations, Identity Theft, Wanted Person 300 blk. Abiso Resident returned home to find a female subject asleep in his bed; subject fled the location, Identity in a U-Haul van but was quickly apprehended by AHPD officers; investigation revealed the female subject had property in her possession belonging to the reporting resident; the subject was in possession of 4.2 grams of methamphetamines and a syringe loaded with liquid methamphetamine; subject in possession of marijuana, subject in possession of driver's licenses, social security cards, credit/debit cards and a birth certificate from six different persons; subject in possession of property stolen in a recent burglary in another city; subject in possession of a semi-auto pistol during the commission of a crime; subject had an active arrest warrant issued by Bexar County; investigation continues into a large amount of property in the van. 08/15/17 Terroristic Threats 6100 blk. Broadway Reporting person stated he received a threatening telephone call from his ex-spouse's male friend who resides in Eagle Pass 08/16/17 Public Intoxication 1000 blk. Townsend Officers and EMS responded to a report of a male subject passed out in the street; subject was found to be under the influence of alcohol and impaired; subject released to a parent after refusing medical evaluation 08/18/17 Identity Theft 200 blk. Claywell Driver stopped for a traffic violation was found to have multiple local traffic warrants; driver identified his brother as the person using his identity; charges pending 08/20/17 Assault - Family Violence 100 blk. Harrigan Ct. Female victim assaulted by a male subject with whom she has a child; the victim received numerous injuries from the attack and went to a hospital for treatment; the male subject had left prior to officers arrival; an arrest warrant will be obtained Total Calls for Service: 194 Total Persons Arrested: 7 Total COAH Warrants: 0 Total Traffic Contacts: 78 Total Crime Prevention: 162

The Alamo Heights Police Department offers our condolences to the families of Kissimmee Fl, Officers Matthew Baxter and Sam Howard.