The following information was gathered from incident and arrest reports obtained from the Plant City Police Department.
IN NEED OF JESUS
2500 block of West Granfield Avenue.
Criminal mischief: Complainant stated unknown suspect(s) broke a church’s glass front door overnight but did not enter the building.
TWO FOR ONE
4610 block of Crimson Court.
Vehicle burglary: Two complainants at neighboring homes reported unknown suspect(s) burglarized their vehicles, taking house keys and one Apple iPhone.
300 block of East Young Street.
Burglary: Complainant stated unknown suspect(s) broke into their shed at an unknown time and stole an orange Husqvarna weed eater and a Husqvarna gas-powered backpack leaf blower.
ONE THING LEADS TO ANOTHER
Country Hills Boulevard/Westwind Drive.
Drug possession: An officer made contact with a male subject regarding a bicycle infraction. The subject was found to be in possession of marijuana, arrested and released with a court date.
1 block of West Risk Street.
Trespassing: Complainant stated an unknown male subject reached through her open living room window with one hand and unlocked her front door’s chain link lock to enter the residence. The subject entered the home but, upon seeing he complainant, he fled the scene. Subject caused no damage to the home and did not steal anything.
Lake Boulevard/Euclid Drive.
Multiple charges: An officer responded to an area regarding a report of two male subjects looking into vehicles. The two subjects, both juveniles, were located and arrested for vehicle burglary and resisting arrest without violence.
DRIVE IT LIKE YOU STOLE IT
900 block of East Alabama Street.
Stolen/recovered vehicle: Complainant stated an unknown male subject stole his vehicle after he had left it running while visiting a restaurant. The subject only made it as far as one block away before hitting a TECO pole and fleeing the scene on foot. Complainant signed a waiver of prosecution.
900 block of West McLendon Street.
Vehicle burglary: Complainant stated an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle and stole two GPS devices, valued together at $160, and $2 in coins. Complainant signed a waiver of prosecution.