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Police & Courts

November 29, 2011

Police and court report 11-29

(Continued)

— Muskogee police report

Assaults

1200 W. Hancock St., Nov. 19, kidnapping.

1600 E. Elmwood Lane, Wednesday, with hands and feet.

1517 Fredonia St., Thursday, with hands.

900 W. Shawnee, Thursday, with vehicle.

407 S. 32nd St. #112, Friday, with hands.

1410 N. 33rd St., Friday, with hands.

109. S. Cherokee St., Saturday, domestic.

3610 W. Lindsay St., Sunday, with bat.

2712 Hilltop Avenue, Sunday, domestic.

R St. and Cincinnati St., Monday, with hands

Burglaries

4314 Columbus St., #14, Wednesday, property removed from vehicle.

2610 Gibson St., Thursday, property removed from residence.

806 Market St., Thursday, property removed from residence.

114 North R St., Friday, property removed from vehicle.

Tennyson Street/S. 22nd St., Friday, property removed from person.

514 Kankakee St., Friday, property removed from residence.

2912 Elizabeth St., Friday, property removed from residence.

1120 N. 43rd St., Friday, property removed from residence.

518 Kankakee St., Sunday, property removed from residence.

1911 Pickens Avenue, Sunday, property removed from residence.

1211 Chestnut St., Thursday-Monday, property removed from residence.

2009 N. Main, LifeChurch, Sunday-Saturday, property removed from business.

2101 Fairmont St., Sunday, property removed from residence.

2022 Oklahoma St., property removed from vehicle.

Thefts

2022 W. Shawnee, Golden Rule, Friday, property removed from business.

1901 Emporia St., Nov. 11-25, property removed from residence.

Vandalism

3000 Hilltop Avenue, Thursday, vehicle.

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