Police said at 9:41 p.m. on Thursday, officers went to a residence in the 1700 block of Utah to investigate a person hit by a car. They had been told the driver of a vehicle had intentionally run over a female and fled the scene. They later learned the driver also called the police and said he was waiting at the Valero at Missouri and Highway 146. Detectives learned that the man waiting at Valero had actually been at the residence when he was assaulted by a man and a woman at the residence, who struck him with beer bottles and kicked him while he was on the ground. The man suffered injuries to his face and head but was able to make it to his car in an attempt to escape the attacks. The same man and woman started striking his car, shattering his windows. The driver tried to escape the scene and in the process ran over the female, which caused injuries to her legs and possible internal injuries. She was flown to Hermann Hospital in Houston, treated and released. No charges have been filed. The case is still under investigation.
A gold Pontiac Grand Prix was reported stolen Thursday in the 4600 block of Village Lane. Police said the vehicle was not operational and it did not have any license plates. BPD is investigating but believe it may have been towed. However, apartment managers said they did not request a tow. The vehicle was valued at $3,200.
Thieves stole power tools worth $250 Thursday from the 7600 block of Bayway Drive.
Two women were arrested Thursday for criminal mischief after they caused a disturbance at a beauty shop in the 1200 block of Garth Road.
Police arrested a man and a woman Thursday at a motel in the 3400 block of North Alexander Drive for possessing .50 grams of depressants and paraphernalia.
A man was arrested Thursday for possessing synthetic marijuana in the 500 block of North Alexander Drive.
Police arrested a man Thursday at the intersection of North Alexander Drive and Mabry Road for possessing .20 grams of amphetamines/methamphetamines.
Police Beat is compiled from Baytown Police Department reports and officer interviews. Those reports are available at www.baytown.org.
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