Residents on Oakland Park Drive, Agnes, Wilma and Litto woke Tuesday to find damage to their property.
Officers called in a police dog about 2:40 a.m. after an Oakland Park resident reported kids had just broken a garage window.
Police were unable to locate the perpetrators, but they did find lamp posts pushed over, a fence kicked in and lights ripped from houses. Another Oakland Park resident also discovered later in the day that a garage window had been broken during the night.
Residents told police the damage is an ongoing problem.
Two nights later, police were again called to the neighborhood around 3:45 a.m. after a resident saw two kids take a a lawn chair from a neighbor's yard. When they saw him, they put it down.
Reports of gunfire came in two days in a row last week.
A Fox Grove resident reported hearing five shots about 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, possibly coming from Westwood.
And about 6 a.m. Thursday, a woman on Fair Road heard what sounded like three consecutive gunshots that seemed to come from the Wolzhaven area.
Speaking of Guns
A resident said a neighbor on Bear Creek Lane pointed guns at him Monday evening after they had a disagreement.
No one answered the door at the house. Police said they would follow up on the report.
Thief Acts Fast
A woman reported Monday that her iPhone was lost or stolen at the previous day.
When she contacted Apple, she learned the phone had already been re-registered to another person and given a new number.
A guest at complained after the hotel mistakenly thought he had checked out Wednesday and gave his room to someone else.
He was re-issued his keys and the other guests were moved to a different room.
His belongings were still there, but the man said his GPS was missing. However, he did not want to pursue charges.