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Plant City Observer Friday, Feb. 10, 2017 1 year ago

Cops Corner 02.10.17

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The following information was gathered from incident and arrest reports obtained from the Plant City Police Department.

Jan. 27

WORKOUT WOES

1500 block of YMCA Place.

Theft: Officer met with complainant who stated unknown suspect(s) had stolen items from her purse from a locker at a gym. Complainant had left the purse in an unlocked locker around 5 p.m. to exercise. Upon
returning home, she noticed her wallet, driver’s license, credit cards and $200 in cash were missing.

NOT EXACTLY SUBTLE

1100 block of North Maryland Avenue.

Burglary: Officer met with complainant who stated unknown suspect(s) had entered her home between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. and stole a Michael Kors watch and an LG tablet. The items were valued together at $550. The suspect(s) had gained entry through the back door, which had been left open after its glass was broken.

Jan. 28

FURBY FIEND

2600 block of James L. Redman Parkway.

Theft: Officer met with complainant who stated a Dyson brand vacuum cleaner and a Furby Connect had been stolen. The items were valued together at $348.

LOCK YOUR CARS

3000 block of West Reynolds Street.

Vehicle burglary: Officer met with complainant who stated unknown suspect(s) entered her unlocked vehicle and stole her purse, wallet, driver’s license, passport, debit card and $40.

KNOCK KNOCK, WHO’S THERE

10 block of South Warnell Street.

Criminal mischief: Officers met with complainant who stated he had heard someone banging on his back door and upon investigation, noticed that the suspect(s) had damaged the plexiglass window cover for the screen door.

Jan. 29

CHAINSAW CROOK

2600 block of Thonotosassa Road.

Theft: Officers met with complainant who stated unknown suspect(s) had stolen his 18-inch chainsaw from his trailer while it was parked at a gas station.

Jan. 30

NICE TRY

1200 block of East Baker Street.

Attempted burglary: Officers responded to an attempted burglary report and found that unknown suspect(s) had tried to pry open a business’s shed door to gain entry. Nothing was missing from the shed.

THRILL OF THE HUNT

830 block of Ashentree Drive.

Vehicle burglary: Officers met with complainant who stated unknown suspect(s) had entered an unlocked 2007 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck and stolen a Springfield Arms .45-caliber pistol and a hunting bow, as well as a wallet.

NOT WHAT ‘DONATION’ MEANS

600 block of East Baker Street.

Theft, multiple charges: Officers responded to a thrift store in reference to the reported theft of several items. Two golf bags and their clubs, valued at $300, were stolen from the donation bin, and a cedar chest and chair, valued at $150, were also taken.

HIDE AND SEEK

700 block of North Mobley Street.

Vehicle burglary: Officer met with complainant who stated they had found a Burberry purse behind a business. The purse was found to have been stolen from an unlocked vehicle.

Jan. 31

MAIL CALL

1300 block of West Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard.

Criminal mischief: Officers met with complainant who stated unknown suspect(s) had pried open two
business mailboxes, causing $100 in damages.

ROOM SERVICE

2000 block of South Frontage Road.

Grand theft: Officers met with complainant who stated unknown suspect(s) had stolen a 37-inch 
television and a DVR set, valued together at $1,000, from a hotel.

FRAPPUCCINO FANATIC

2600 block of James L. Redman Parkway.

Grand theft: Officers met with complainant, who stated an unknown suspect had stolen a coffee maker and a blender, valued together at $308, from a store.

ONE BAD CITIZEN

3010 block of Azalea Blossom Drive.

Burglary: Officer met with complainant who stated unknown suspects had broken into his home between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m., and had stolen nine Citizen brand watches, an iPad tablet and an iPhone 6.

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