11:05 a.m.: An officer reported a burglary after someone dislodged the door from his residence and removed multiple items from his home. There are no known suspects or witnesses at this time.
2:34 p.m.: A theft was reported from a motor vehicle in Miesenbach. There are no known suspects or witnesses at this time.
10:05 a.m.: A Soldier reported a theft from his motor vehicle. The rubber trim on the driver’s side of the car was ripped off and items were stolen from the vehicle. There are no known suspects or witnesses.
3:20 a.m.: Polizei observed a Soldier’s dependent operating his vehicle in an erratic manner. Polizei stopped the individual and, upon contact, detected an odor of alcohol. The individual was advised of his legal rights.
2:59 p.m.: A civilian reported that someone shattered the front passenger window of his vehicle and took one black Navigon GPS.
6:08 p.m.: A Soldier entered BDOC to receive a gasoline ration card. Further investigation revealed the Soldier’s license was revoked for a prior incident in June. Investigation also revealed that while operating a vehicle on a revoked license, he was involved in a minor traffic accident.
6:15 a.m.: A civilian’s vehicle was stolen from his residence is Spesbach.
4:33 p.m.: An Air Force NCO was operating his motor vehicle on a suspended USAREUR certificate of license. The NCO was advised of his legal rights.
5 p.m.: A civilian entered the Landstuhl police station to file a report. Polizei detected the odor of alcohol while he was making his report. The civilian then left the Polizei station, entered his vehicle and began to operate it. Polizei then pulled him over and transported him back to the station for further processing.
9:58 a.m.: An officer reported items were stolen from his unsecured vehicle. There was no damage to the vehicle. There are no known suspects or witnesses.
5:44 p.m.: A civilian reported theft from her motor vehicle. Multiple items were taken but there was no forced entry. There are no suspects or witnesses at this time.
3:37 a.m.: Polizei observed an Air Force NCO operating his vehicle in an erratic manner. Upon contact, Polizei detected an odor of alcohol. The NCO was advised of his legal rights.
7:34 a.m.: A Soldier reported she was a victim of an assault involving an NCO. The
altercation was verbal and turned physical when the NCO refused to let her depart, grabbed her upper arms and threw her against a wall. The Soldier reported feeling pain in her upper arm, head and neck due to the impact with the wall. She was transported to LRMC for medical treatment of her injuries.
7:27 a.m.: Two Air Force NCOs were involved in a verbal altercation that turned physical when one NCO began to choke the other. The NCO was advised of his legal rights.
» Miesenbach: a case of CDs, one television with charger, one GPS with charger, numerous DVDs, one iPhone charger, one iPhone audio cable and one Nintendo DSi charger.
» Kaiserslautern: one wallet, one California driver’s license, numerous ATM cards, Bose head phones, one 16GB iPod Touch, one Army assault pack, one CAC and one rations card.
» Kaiserslautern: one black Navigon GPS.
» Spesbach: A 2006 blue Volkswagen four-door sedan, license plate No. BIR-PW81.
» Ramstein-Miesenbach: A 2004 black, Chevy four-door sedan, license plate No. KL-RN557.
» Kaiserslautern: A TomTom navigation device.
» Sembach: one green iPod, one gym bag, one vehicle owner’s manual and one GPS power cord.
» Sembach: One set of vehicle insurance papers, one international driver’s license and one iTrip docking station.
» Kaiserslautern: one Garmin Nuvi 310 GPS with mount and charging
» Ramstein-Miesenbach: A 1989 black BMW sedan and two USAREUR license plates, license plate