- Paul Christy of 226 DuBuy reported to police Thursday morning at 8:25 that sometime after 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, someone the front tire on his 2007 Dodge pickup truck was punctured and flat.
- Lon Gillman of 9 Hughes Ave. reported Friday that sometime after midnight someone made several small scratches on the side and trunk of his Nissan Altima.
- Carolyn McCloud of 212 Hybiscus reported to city police at 3:31 p.m. Friday that someone slashed her driver-side tires sometime Tuesday night while her car was parked at a church at 2500 Colby Road. The tires were valued at $150.
- At 1:17 a.m. Friday, Sara Hisle of 119 Buffalo Trace, told city police that she came home after midnight and accidentally left her keys in the front door. She said she heard the door bell ring, and when she went to the door, two white males asked her if George Mullins was there. She told them she didn't know him. She closed the door, and when they left, she checked the door and discovered her keys were gone. The suspects were driving a silver car, she said.
- A case involving criminal mischief was reported to Winchester Police Friday at 12:35 a.m. by Will Ashley of 96 Bayhill Drive, who said someone was trying to get into his residence through a window and had left shortly before police arrived. He gave a dispatcher a description of the vehicle, which was stopped a short distance from the home. Ashley said the person had come to his home to collect $90 Ashley had borrowed from him, and then pounded on the door and kicked out a front window. Two layers of glass, a blind and a screen were damaged.
- Family Dollar on Broadway reported to city police Friday at 11:40 that someone shoplifted $64.37 worth of merchandise. Tammy Elkins Staton was arrested.
- A single-vehicle accident was reported to Winchester Police at 1:04 p.m. Friday on West Lexington Avenue. William T. Leach of 4505 Ecton Road was driving west when his front end malfunctioned and he hit a mailbox at 1420 W. Lexington Ave., then a fence at 1416. The mailbox was owned by Hunt Real Estate, the fence by Juanita Noble.
- Brandon Johnston of 3444 Muddy Creek Road stopped suddenly in traffic on West Lexington Avenue about 3:26 p.m. Thursday when Lee Donnith of 206 Chaplan Ave. struck his car in the rear. No one was injured.
- At 2:10 p.m. Friday, Brandon K. Preece of Harlan, was attempting to cross Lexington Avenue on Burns Avenue and failed to see David L. Dearing of Irvine traveling west on Lexington Avenue, and the two cars collided. Neither the drivers nor their passengers were reported to be hurt.
- At 4:46 p.m. Friday in the SS Tire parking lot, Clark Barnett of 27 Manor Drive struck a building with his car, according to city police.
Prior to 9 p.m. Friday, no fire runs were reported by the
Winchester Fire/EMS Department.