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April 15, 2014

Police log

NORMAN — Police responded to the following incidents Sunday:

· 12:03 a.m. vandalism, 100 block of 12th Avenue Southeast

· 6:42 a.m. burglary report, 300 block of 12th Avenue Southeast

· 9:21 a.m. vandalism, 1500 block of North Crawford Avenue

· 10:06 a.m. burglary report, 2500 block of Conference Drive

· 10:50 a.m. larceny report, 700 block of Stinson Street

· 11:25 a.m. larceny report, 3200 block of Skye Ridge Drive

· 12:09 p.m. assault report, 100 block of West Comanche Street

· 1:10 p.m. larceny report, 200 block of Woodcrest Drive

· 1:52 p.m. vandalism, 300 block of Stanton Drive

· 2:55 p.m. larceny report, 500 block of East Robinson Street

· 4:48 p.m. assault report, 1800 block of Vine Street

· 5:42 p.m. fraud, 3200 block of West Robinson Street

· 7:37 p.m. hit and run, 1000 block of East Alameda Street

· 8:47 p.m. assault report, 1800 block of East Lindsey Street

· 10:15 p.m. larceny report, 500 block of South University Boulevard

A list of police activity is available at normanok.gov/content/daily-activity.

— Transcript Staff

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