The Orange Police Department handled the recovery of a stolen vehicle that occurred Tuesday morning. Officer Mulhollan was dispatched to 1007 Scott Street where he met with a complainant.
Osiel Ibarra explained that he discovered his vehicle a blue 2020 Chrysler 300 was missing from his driveway that morning. The vehicle was recovered in Vidor when it was spotted by the Vidor Police Department at the A-1 Smoke Shop.
Two investigations occurred on the unlawful firing of a weapon at two different locations. Officer Keaton was dispatched to 610 Burton in reference to a damaged window at a residence.
Keaton contacted the resident there who pointed out the damaged window and advised she heard someone had been shooting at the apartment complex that night. The window was double paned and there was a hole only in the outer pane according to Keaton’s report.
Tuesday at 1:03 PM Officer Mulhollan was dispatched to the 100 block of Pine Avenue in reference to deadly contact. Mulhollan took a written statement, collected evidence, and photographed the scene in reference to the firing of a weapon.