The following property crimes were reported to the Anniston Police Department during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday.
• Residence, 900 block of Isabell Avenue: televisions, game consoles, cash.
• Residence, 1100 block of Mulberry Avenue: stove, water heater, clothes racks.
• Residence, 1400 block of Glen Addie Avenue: decorative pictures.
• Residence, 1300 block of Johnson Avenue: bag of tools.
• Residence, 700 block of Blue Ridge Drive: jewelry.
• Residence, 900 block of Lloyd Street: refrigerator, air conditioners, radiator, household items.
• Residence, 600 block of West 44th Street: motorcycle.
• Residence, 1100 block of Mulberry Avenue: refrigerator, copper wire, iron posts, electric heaters, bicycle, lamp.
• Specialty store, 1800 block of Quintard Avenue: cell phone.
• Field, 1000 block of Golden Springs Road: fork lift frame, pallet jack with charger, rack rails.
• Public building, 1500 block of U.S. 431: string trimmer.
• Parking lot, 2300 block of Coleman Road: vehicle tag.
• Department store, 1700 block of Quintard Avenue: television theft by fraudulent leasing.
• Residence, 400 block of South Christine Avenue: firearm.
• Residence, 4600 block of Saks Road: cell phone and case, personal I.D.
• Service station, fisrt block of Choccolocco Road: cell phone.
• Residence, 1100 block of Altamont Road: firearm, wallet, cash.
• Residence, 400 block of Pine Lane: navigation system, coins.
• Residence, 800 block of Quail Drive: 2001 Ford Taurus.
The following property crimes were reported to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday.
• Storage facility, U.S. 431, Alexandria: wheel barrel, generators, hand pick, generator, metal fan, air hose.
• Residence, unspecified area of Clark cut-off, Jacksonville: television.
• Residence, unspecified location of New Liberty Road, Jacksonville: firearm.
• Residence, unspecified location of Dixie Drive, Eastaboga: firearms.
• Commercial location unspecified in Oxford: Corvette wheels.
• Residence, unspecified location in Piedmont: computers, cologne, jewelry, hard drives. (Some items recovered 09-09-2013)