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The following information was gathered from incident and arrest reports obtained from the Plant City Police Department.
DIRTY CLOTHES, DIRTY DEEDS
600 block of Arbequina Court.
Theft: Officers met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) had stolen a washer and a dryer from a property between Thursday, April 6, and Friday, April 7.
CATCH A CHARGE
700 block of North Wheeler Street.
Theft: Officers were flagged down and met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) had stolen his cell phone. Complainant had been charging his cell phone when he went to use a restroom without it, and the phone had been taken before he exited the restroom.
4310 block of West Highway 574.
Burglary: Officers met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) entered his residence and stole a television set, a radio and $3,000 in cash.
CHEAP BOOZE BLUES
2200 block of James L. Redman Parkway.
Retail theft: Complainant stated that a juvenile had stolen two bottles of vodka, totaling $14.49, from a liquor store. The juvenile was located and arrested.
WHEN GOOD DEEDS GO PUNISHED
1850 block of James L. Redman Parkway.
Battery: Officer met with complainant, who stated he had been attacked while trying to break up an argument at a bar. While trying to separate two male subjects, one punched the complainant in the face several times. The attacker was identified by several witnesses and by his driver’s license photo.
THAT’S NOT ART CLASS
10 block of South Maryland Avenue.
Burglary: Officers responded to a report of three suspicious juveniles seen at a middle school by a security guard. The officers found that a classroom had been entered and vandalized with paint.
PLAY TIME IS OVER
2730 block of Turkey Creek Road.
Business burglary: Officer met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) had entered an elementary school’s playground and stole $600 worth of equipment during the weekend.
EYES AND EARS
100 block of South Forest Street.
Residential burglary: Officer met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) entered their home during the day and stole an LG television and a pair of diamond earrings.
700 block of Whitehurst Road.
Residential burglary: Officer met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) had stolen eight fishing rods and reels from a residence’s covered carport.
WALLY WORLD WOES
600 block of Carolina Avenue.
Fraudulent use of credit card: Officer met with complainant, who stated her husband had lost his wallet, which contained his ID and credit card, and that unknown suspect(s) used the card to purchase $400 worth of merchandise from a Wal-Mart in Zephyrhills.
700 block of North Mobley Street.
Residential burglary: Officer met with complainant, who had returned to their apartment and found that it had been broken into overnight. It was discovered that unknown suspect(s) entered the apartment by breaking a window, and that two Apple iPad tablets, a laptop computer and an Armani wristwatch were stolen.