Compiled from Michigan City Police Department reports

TUESDAY

Dylan Robert Anderson, 22, of Goodyear, Arizona, was preliminarily charged with unlawful possession of a syringe, Level 6 felony, and possession of paraphernalia, an A misdemeanor, and Carolyn E. Kaminski, 36, of Trail Creek was preliminarily charged with unlawful possession of a syringe, a Level 6 felony, and possession of paraphernalia, a C misdemeanor.

MONDAY

Olivia Marie Edwards, 25, of Michigan City was preliminarily charged with driving while suspended, an A misdemeanor.

Walgreens reported the receipt of a counterfeit $20 bill.

A woman reported a man contacted her via text after police served him a protection order on her behalf (meaning it was illegal for him to contact her).

A male white and tan dog was dropped off at the City Kennels. No tags or microchips were present on the animal.

Virk's Liquor reported the theft of a bottle of Malibu valued at $29.99 by a man in a green baseball cap and gray hoodie.

Menards reported threats sent via email by an ex-employee who allegedly said, "And if you don't send me my W-2 forms fast enough then I'll be shooting up Menards with a machine gun to help blow holes thru yours walls and doors as a new look." A warrant has been requested for his arrest.

A man reported the loss of his license plate, which he believes fell off his vehicle while he was driving.

Dominique Michael Meer, 19, of Michigan City was preliminarily charged with operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license, a C misdemeanor.

A vehicle crashed into a light pole in the 3300 block of Salem Court, but was absent from the scene by the time officers arrived. The pole appeared to have come out of the ground as a result of the crash and came to rest away from the main roadway.

A cable box was reportedly stolen from a home in the 600 block of E. 10th Street. The homeowner claims to have lended it to a neighbor who refused to return it. The neighbor told police all the cable boxes she has belongs to her. The original complaintant then provided video evidence, which police said backed up her claim.

SUNDAY

Kohl's at 210 Dunes Plaza reported the theft of two earrings valued at $105 by a male subject.

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