The following information was reported by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department.
Robin Lane, Fenton
A 1992 blue Dodge Caravan was stolen Nov. 20 from a home on Robin Lane in Fenton, found the same day in Imperial. When it was returned to the owner, it still contained the woman's personal belongings.
According to a Jefferson County incident report, a woman who lives on Robin Lane returned to her home about 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 19 following a jewelry show where she was selling jewelry. She told a deputy she went inside but had left her van unlocked with a spare key in the ash tray. When she awoke the next day at approximately noon, she discovered the van was missing and called police. Before the sheriff's deputy arrived at the woman's home, she said a man had called and said the van was parked in front of his home in Imperial. The woman went with the deputy to Imperial where she received her van back, with her personal property still inside. No suspect was identified at any point during the course of the investigation, according to the report.
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Stonecliff Drive, Fenton
Sometime between Nov. 13 and Nov. 16, someone entered a home on Stonecliff Drive in Fenton and stole a Dewalt 18-volt drill charger and battery, a Vivia charger, two jackets and $20. According to an incident report by a Jefferson County sheriff's deputy, the burglar entered the rear door of the residence after finding a "hidden key."
Hawkins Road, Fenton
Someone entered a home Nov. 16 on Hawkins Road, Fenton, stealing several items, including three guitars, paintball equipment, a PlayStation 3 game system, a guitar amp and two gold chains. The value of the items was set at $1,200.
The homeowner reported to sheriff's deputies that he left his home at 8 a.m. that morning and upon returning he discovered his rear and side front doors were unlocked, according to the deputy's report. No sign of forced entry was observed. The incident is still under investigation.
Delores Drive, Fenton
Several juveniles stole a golf cart Nov. 18 from a property at Delores and Maneletto drives in Fenton, and they were driving it in the creek near a mobile home park when deputies discovered them. The Jefferson County Juvenile office was notified and the juveniles subsequently were returned to their parents. The value of the golf cart was set at $5,000. About $5,000 in damage was caused to a fence and gate when the juveniles forced their way onto the property.