Omaha Crime Report  

Criminal Mischief near 1100 N 17th St

On April 11, 2017, a crime was reported near 1100 N 17th St in the Lothrop neighborhood.

Location: Unknown

Police department records call this a "Criminal Mischief $500-$1499."

Police records say $500 worth of property was stolen or damaged. Those items are listed below.

Items stolen/damaged Result
windows-structure unk Destroyed/Damaged

For more details about what happened, click here to request a copy of the incident report from the Omaha Police Department by calling 402-444-5638. Give them the report number, AJ58746. The department charges a $5 fee.

Anyone with tips about this crime should contact the police at 402-444-7867 or use the department's anonymous submission form.

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 Trend watch: Property crime

There were three other property crime reports nearby around the same time.

2200 Parker Cir Apr. 17
S 0th St & Dodge St Apr. 14
3000 Cuming St Apr. 2

 Other crimes reported at this location

Property crime Apr. 22
Property crime Apr. 20
Property crime Apr. 2
Property crime Apr. 1
Property crime Mar. 28
Property crime Mar. 23
Property crime Mar. 19
Property crime Mar. 18
Property crime Mar. 14
Property crime Mar. 14
Property crime Mar. 13
Property crime Mar. 10
Property crime Mar. 9
Property crime Mar. 9
Property crime Mar. 6
Property crime Mar. 3

Weekly property crime reports in the Lothrop neighborhood

Other criminal mischief in the Lothrop neighborhood

2200 Parker Cir Apr. 17, 2017
3500 N 30th St Apr. 8, 2017
1700 Laird St Mar. 30, 2017
2400 N 24th St Mar. 27, 2017
5100 Florence Blvd Mar. 23, 2017
2300 N 18th St Mar. 4, 2017
1600 Lake St Feb. 25, 2017
1100 N 17th St Feb. 10, 2017
N 0th St & Ames Ave Feb. 3, 2017
2600 Bristol St Jan. 13, 2017

Property crime in surrounding neighborhoods last week

Neighborhood Crimes
Miller Park 8
Downtown 5
Lothrop 4
Mount View 3
Walnut Hill 2
Adams Park 0
East Omaha 0

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