See what Plant City's finest have been up to lately.
The following information was gathered from incident and arrest reports obtained form the Plant City olice Department.
LOCK YOUR CARS
1100 block of East Cherry Street.
Vehicle burglary: Officers met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) entered his unlocked GMC pickup truck and stole his black leather wallet, which contained cash and credit cards.
THAT’S A FAULT
600 block of East Baker Street.
Petit theft: Officers met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) had stolen several tennis rackets, valued together at $175, from a donation center. They also found that, on Wednesday, Feb. 1, several boxes containing unknown items were stolen from the center’s drop-off area.
2730 block of Horseshoe Drive.
Burglary: Officer met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) stole a pair of Trek brand bicycles from their open garage. The bikes, valued together at $800, had last been seen at 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3.
1700 block of East Baker Street.
Possession of drugs: Officers responded to a report of a subject who had been found passed out on the ground. Subject was located and arrested.
810 block of West Warren Street.
Grand theft auto: Officer met with complainant, who stated her Hyundai Sonata had been stolen while she was visiting friends. Complainant stated that, after falling asleep at night and leaving her keys on a table, she woke up to find the keys and the car gone. Some time after the vehicle was registered as stolen, complainant reported the car had been returned to her by a friend, to whom she had agreed to lend the car for $40. Charges for making a false police report were not filed, due to her special needs, and a waiver of prosecution was signed.
OUT OF JUICE
3510 block of Sandburg Loop.
Burglary: Officer met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) had removed the battery from their vehicle.
PLAYING WITH POWER
610 block of East Langford Street.
Burglary: Officer met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) broke into his locked shed and stole an 18-volt DeWalt cordless tool set, valued at $650. The burglary occurred sometime between Saturday, Jan. 28, and Saturday, Feb. 4.
2420 block of James L. Redman Parkway.
Counterfeit bill: Officer met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) attempted to buy food from a restaurant with a counterfeit $20 bill.
ONE THING LEADS TO ANOTHER
700 block of Wiggins Court.
Burglary: Officer responded to a report of suspicious subjects, but was unable to locate them. Afterward, he found that a nearby home’s sliding glass door had been broken. It was determined that three television sets, an Xbox 360 video game console and five video games were stolen.
1500 block of Smyrna Place.
Vehicle burglary: Officer met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) entered his unlocked vehicle overnight and stole a GPS device, three bowling balls, two double bowling ball bags, two wrist braces and two pairs of shoes. The items were valued together at $981.
3500 block of West Baker Street.
Shoplifting: Officer met with complainant, who stated a dollar store employee had rung up items and canceled transactions several times between Monday, Jan. 2, and Wednesday, Jan. 18. The total amount stolen was $500.