The assistant manager of a DeLand grocery store saw a young woman enter the store the afternoon of Sept. 19 and, several minutes later, saw her quickly exit the store, holding her purse close to her body.
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On March 20, a DeLand police officer was sent to the area of North Stone Street and West Minnesota Avenue regarding a report that someone had stolen some construction signs.
A DeLand police officer was dispatched to a home in DeLand March 23, where a husband said his wife “had been angry with him all morning” and “was telling him to say he was sorry for an unknown reason.”
A DeLand police officer was patrolling the parking lot of a big-box store just before midnight March 11 and located a pickup truck with no visible license plate.
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Shortly after 4 a.m. Dec. 5, DeLand police officers responded to a motel in DeLand, where they learned that a man had rented a room for himself and his girlfriend (in her mid-20s). Boyfriend said he and the young woman had “been in an ongoing intimate relationship for several months.”
A police officer was sent to a DeLand supermarket Dec. 9 regarding an instance of shoplifting.
A DeLand police officer found a gray-haired man in his early 60s asleep on South Alabama Avenue early in the morning of Dec. 13.
A DeLand police officer was dispatched to a supermarket in south DeLand on the afternoon of Nov. 2 regarding a shoplifting incident that the supermarket manager believed he had observed.
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A Deltona woman told deputies Oct. 17 that she was sitting in her parked car in her front yard at about 6 p.m., “when she felt something hit her vehicle.”
A DeLand police officer headed to the scene of a reported domestic dispute on Saturday morning, Oct. 5. On the way to the location, dispatch told him a woman was using a vehicle to try to run over a man.
A Deltona man told a sheriff’s deputy July 25 that someone stole his Glock pistol, which had been lying on a nightstand in the victim’s bedroom. The firearm had been loaded and was in a holster.
A woman living in the DeLand area told Volusia County sheriff’s deputies July 14 that a guy she doesn’t know “had rammed her gate with his vehicle and was rummaging through her vehicle.”
A guy in Deltona got in a quarrel July 1 with his pregnant live-in girlfriend because she spent the whole day at SeaWorld.
Two individuals went “shopping” at a DeLand-area grocery store late at night June 26.
On July 2 in Deltona, one young woman asked another young woman if she could braid her hair.
Two guys walked into a store in the DeLand area June 26. One of them took a box containing a new pair of boots off a shelf, and he put the new boots on his feet. Then he dropped his old boots into the box and put it back on the shelf.
A boyfriend and girlfriend recently rented a houseboat and spent the day on the St. Johns River. While out there, the girl asked the guy to hide her cash in a tissue box.
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