A woman told police that another woman posing as her dispatched a crew from Rick's Lock & Key to her house on Bonny Oaks Drive.
Nicole Hudgins said the caller "was pretending to be me."
She said the woman stated that she would be standing across the street and that the crew should begin getting inside her car.
Ms. Hudgins said she told two employees of the key firm that she had not made the call. The men called the dispatcher, who said he knew the "real" Nicole Hudgins and had gone to school with her. He asked her a question about people at the school and she gave the correct answer.
She said she believes she knows the identity of the woman causing her problems.
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A man on Clifton Terrace said he was awakened by his dog barking.
He found his garage door open and several of his items that had been taken out to the driveway. The dog had apparently interrupted a break-in.
Missing were two 100-foot extension cords worth $100.
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Michael Paul Neeper of Air Liquide America Corporation on N. Access Road said some juveniles were throwing rocks at company vehicles.
One of the missiles broke a passenger side window on a 2012 Freightliner.
Cost to replace the window was $193.
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A woman in St. Elmo said she was a victim of road rage.
She said a white male in a black Nissan Altima came driving toward her on St. Elmo Avenue. She said he was driving the wrong way and cursing her.
He turned around to get on her side of the car, then he flipped her off.
The man then pulled out a handgun and pointed it at her briefly before driving off.
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Darius Johnson said he was approached from behind by three black males on W. 51st Street.
He said one pointed a gun at him and demanded his pants.
He said he was knocked to the ground and his pants were pulled off.
Inside his pants were his cellphone and $80.