According to reports, the Washington C.H. Police Department responded to the following calls:
Theft: At 12:45 p.m., Sara Skaggs reported that unknown person(s) removed a purple HP Stream Notebook computer from her residence without her permission.
Theft/Obstruct Official Business/Possession of Criminal Tools: At 7:38 p.m., an employee of Flagway #7 on Dayton Avenue reported that a female came through the drive-thru and requested a pack of cigarettes. When the cigarettes were handed to her she presented a credit card for payment. The credit card was declined and the employee handed it back to the female, who in turn handed her an empty pack of cigarettes and departed the area with the full pack. The female was later identified as Melissa K. Wilson, who was charged with the listed offenses when she was located.
Theft: Summer Woolever reported that unknown person(s) removed her checkbook from her residence without her permission.