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

Cops Corner 11.10.17

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

Oct. 27

TAKE A WALK

3100 block of Sammonds Road.
Drug investigation: Officer responded to a report of a suspicious male subject walking through back yards in a neighborhood and loitering on a property. Subject was located and arrested.

 

EXPLAINS A LOT

3100 block of Magnolia Garden Drive.
Vehicle burglary: Officers on patrol saw a subject in a vehicle who appeared to be acting suspicious. After the subject fled, the officers learned a vehicle burglary occurred.

 

Oct. 28

VAN-DAL

1300 block of South Collins Street.
Criminal mischief: Complainant stated unknown subject(s) smashed the side windows of a company van sometime between Oct. 26 and 27.

 

Oct. 29

BIKE BANDIT

1300 block of Mendonsa Road.
Burglary: Complainant stated unknown suspect(s) entered their fenced yard and stole a black Mongoose women’s bicycle with pink wheels from the carport it was kept under. The incident happened between 8:30 p.m. Oct. 28 and 7 a.m. Oct. 29.

 

HANGAR HIJINKS

4000 block of Airport Road.
Burglary: Complainant stated unknown suspect(s) entered a locked hangar, broke the window of a Ford F-250 and stole a .38 caliber Ruger handgun sometime during a two-week period in which the victim had flown out of town.

 

Oct. 30

WHEN THAT HOTLINE BLING

110 block of West Bates Street.
Battery: Officers responded to a reported disturbance at a residence. The complainant stated he and his “new” girlfriend got into an argument during which she threw a cell phone at him. Complainant declined to press charges and signed a waiver of prosecution.

 

Nov. 1

MASTER OF DISGUISE

James L. Redman Parkway/East Langford Drive.
Multiple charges: Officers stopped a vehicle being driven with one functioning headlight and found the driver did not have a valid license. The driver gave a false name to the officers and was arrested. When her true identity was determined, she was found to have several warrants and was in possession of meth and paraphernalia.

 

BAD DAY AT SCHOOL

220 block of West Alexander Street.
Vehicle burglary: Complainant stated unknown suspect(s) shattered the driver’s window of his truck around 2:30 p.m., while he was at school, and stole $20 in cash and an iPhone 5 valued at $300.

 

FOLLOW THE SCENT

900 block of South Waller Street.
Robbery: Complainant stated four male and female subjects robbed her of a Fossil watch, $40 in cash and cologne. Officers were able to locate the suspects, who returned the property to the complainant. A waiver of prosecution was signed.

 

WALLET WOES

1700 block of North Park Road.
Theft: Complainant stated an unknown suspect stole his wallet from his gym bag while he played basketball in a park. The theft happened between 6 and 8 p.m. that day. The wallet contained his ID card and Social Security card. Complainant signed a waiver of prosecution.

 

Nov. 2

FIENDS GOT TO FEAST

1310 block of South Gibbs Street.
Vehicle burglary: Complainant stated unknown suspect(s) stole assorted meats and fruits, valued together at $554, from an unlocked box truck parked at his residence. It was unknown exactly when the theft happened.

 

IMPROMPTU HOME SHOW

410 block of Scarlett Maple Court.
Residential burglary: Complainant stated unknown suspect(s) forced entry into a vacant home and caused $300 in damage to a window. Nothing was stolen from the property.

 

CUTTING CLASS

2300 block of Maki Road.
Trespassing: Officers responded to an apartment complex following a report of several juveniles occupying an apartment. The juveniles were found at 12:45 p.m. and returned to their high school.

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