Back by popular demand: Highlands Police Reports 9-28

Sept. 20

  • HPD received a call at 7:50 p.m. of a vehicle attempting to enter the underground garage at the Park on Main and the cargo box on the roof was too tall and would not clear the ceiling of the parking garage causing damage to the ceiling.

Sept. 21

  • HPD received a call of a two-vehicle accident at 2:05 p.m. in front of Wright Square. A vehicle was backing up in the parking lot and struck a vehicle that was passing by. The collision caused minor damage to the unit passing by.
  • HPD received a report of burglary at 9:45 p.m. on the 200 block of Harris Drive. The report states someone entered her home while the owner was sleeping.

Sept. 22

  • HPD received a call of larceny at The Little Flower Shop on Main Street. The suspect took items that were outside of the store that including a hanging basket.

Sept. 23

  • HPD received a call of a wreck on Franklin Road at 3:17 a.m. The vehicle left the roadway to the right and struck the fence at On the Veranda causing damage to the fence and severe damage to the vehicle. The vehicle was tracked to Mirror Lake Road/Hicks Road. No one was in the vehicle, injuries are unknown and the vehicle was towed to the impound lot.
  • HPD received a call at 6 p.m. of a person who reported that her vehicle was struck by another vehicle while it was parked on Oak Street. She stated another vehicle struck the left rear door of her vehicle and said there was a small red vehicle parked next to her car earlier. There was red paint on the door of her vehicle.

Sept. 24

  • HPD received a call of breaking and entering at 2:34 p.m. on the 200 block of Satulah Road. The reports states that someone went into her jewelry box and stole a pair of earrings.

Sept. 25

  • HPD received a report of communicating threats at 4:15 p.m. at the Main Street Inn. The report states someone entered the kitchen of the inn with a metal bat and said “I’m gonna knock some teeth in, where’s that maggot?”

Sept. 28

  • HPD received a call at 1:26 a.m. on N.C. 106. When officers arrived on the scene there was a vehicle off the side of the road with extensive damage to the front right and passenger side of the car. The vehicle had struck and broke a power pole that was hanging in the middle of the roadway. The vehicle had driven off the road approximately 304 feet before the vehicle came to a stop. Tracks came up to the power pole and continued to where the vehicle was sitting. The vehicle also struck the Highlands Decorating sign. All airbags were deployed in the vehicle. The driver had left the scene before the officer’s arrival.


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