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Plant City Observer Friday, Jun. 2, 2017 1 year ago

Cops Corner 06.02.17

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

 

May 19

THANKS FOR BANKING

1900 block of South Alexander Street.

Theft: Officers met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) withdrew $700 from his banking account from an ATM machine at a credit union. The incident occurred between May 2 and 15.

May 20

SITTING ON BLOCKS

610 block of Charter Court.

Theft: Officers met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) had removed and stolen four 26-inch, gold and white Star tire rims from his vehicle. Complainant stated the incident occurred between May 18 and 20, while he was out of town.

May 21

HOLE-Y HOODS, BATMAN

400 block of Saunders Street.

Shooting into parked vehicle: Officers met with complainant, who stated he found a bullet hole in the hood of his vehicle and a bullet lying nearby on his driveway.

OUT IN THE OPEN

700 block of Pennsylvania Street.

Theft: Complainant stated unknown suspect(s) stole her NextBook laptop computer, valued at $150. Complainant had left the laptop on her unenclosed rear lanai.

May 23

IN THE DOGHOUSE

200 block of West Calhoun Street.

Petit theft: Officer met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) stole a dog crate from her truck’s bed overnight. The crate was valued at $200. Complainant stated the crate was unsecured and her tailgate was down at the time of the theft.

BATHROOM BANDIT

2600 block of James L. Redman Parkway.

Theft: Officer met with complainant, who stated unknown suspect(s) stole her cell phone and wallet, which contained miscellaneous items, while at work. Complainant had left the phone and wallet in the restroom of the store where she works.

TRAINS IN VAIN

400 block of East Baker Street.

Information report: Officer met with complainants, who stated they had found rocks and steel plates on train tracks, which would have prevented trains from passing. Complainants stated it was not the first time they found such items on train tracks, and that no equipment was damaged. The items were removed and a special watch was initiated.

May 24

PAWN STAR

2600 block of James L. Redman Parkway.

Multiple charges: Officers located and arrested a male subject for stealing a 55-inch television and a sound bar from a store. The subject was charged with retail theft, defrauding a pawnbroker and dealing in stolen goods.

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