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Posted on: December 7, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Frisco Police Arrest Suspected Package Thief and Seek Your Help In Catching Another


On Monday, December 4th, 2017 at approximately 3:15 a.m. Frisco Police Officers located and arrested Erick Gonzalez-Juarez, 17 years of age, of Frisco, for theft of stolen packages.


Officers were called to the area of Stanford Avenue and Chapel Creek Parkway for a suspicious person walking on foot, while other officers were dispatched to the parking lot of a nearby apartment complex for a burglary of a vehicle in progress. Officers arrived and located Erick Gonzalez-Juarez. During their investigation, officers located items on Gonzalez-Juarez’s person that had been previously reported as stolen packages.

Gonzalez-Juarez was subsequently charged with Minor in Possession of Tobacco/Electronic Cigarettes, Failure to Identify and Theft Under $100.00. Gonzalez-Juarez is also the suspect in several burglary of a vehicle and package theft cases in the area.

On Friday, December 1, 2017, it was reported to the Frisco Police Department that a package theft had occurred in the 12000 block of Belmeade Drive, at approximately 4:10 p.m. November 30, 2017. The victim provided police with a video from their Ring Doorbell of the offense occurring. The link to the video will be provided below. The subject pictured in the video is also suspect of other thefts in the area. The Frisco Police Department is seeking your help in identifying a subject suspected of package thefts.

https://ring.com/share/6494332886218723417 

The Frisco Police Department would like to remind residents of the following mail and package theft prevention tips during this busy holiday season:

·        Promptly retrieve your mail and packages, especially if you are expecting to receive a check, gift cards, or merchandise. Do not leave your mail or packages unattended overnight.

·         Track your shipments to know when they are supposed to arrive. Most couriers allow you to set up alerts for incoming mail and packages.

·         If you cannot pick up your mail or packages, ask a trusted friend or family member to pick it up for you.

·         Request a signature be required upon delivery or request the shipment be held at the shipping facility for pick up.

·         If you do not receive your shipment on time, check with the company of origin and the carrier to verify it was actually delivered.

·         Set up video for home surveillance to deter thefts and assist law enforcement with identifying suspects.

·        Keep an eye on your neighborhood and report suspicious activity. If you see something, say something!

Anyone with information regarding this offense, or any others, is requested to contact the Frisco Police Department at (972) 292-6010. They can also send an anonymous tip by texting FRISCOPD and the tip to 847411 (tip411) or by downloading the Frisco PD app available on Android and iOS devices. 

 

Frisco Police PIO’s are available via email at [email protected] or by phone at 972-292-6133.

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