This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigate a damaged ATM, a stolen gun and slashed tires.
2500 block of W. Baker St.
Criminal mischief: An officer responded to the business at the listed location and met with the victim who advised that an unknown subject broke the lock and damaged the front panel on the ATM machine inside the business.
ROCK AND ROLLED
1000 block of E. Tomlin St.
Criminal mischief: An officer met with the homeowner at a residence at the listed location who advised that one of the single-paned glass windows in the front of the home — valued at $100 — was damaged by a piece of concrete.
300 block of S. Frontage Rd.
Theft of auto parts: An officer met with the victim at the listed location who advised that an unknown suspect removed the rear driveshaft from their truck.
2700 block of Thonotosassa Rd.
Carrying concealed firearm: Officers arrested one individual for carrying a concealed firearm and subsequently transported the individual to Orient Road Jail.
RING THE ALARMS
2000 block of Lakehouse Cove Isle
Grand theft: An officer was working the front desk at the Plant City Police Department and met with the victim who reported the theft of his wife’s wedding ring.
CAUGHT RED HANDED
1400 block of S. Collins St.
Grand theft / petit theft: An officer responded to a business at the listed location in reference to three individuals that were in custody for shoplifting. One individual was subsequently arrested for grand theft and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
LOST AND FOUND
S. Alexander St. / YMCA Pl.
Recovered stolen firearm: An officer conducted a traffic stop at the listed location in reference to a traffic infraction. During the traffic stop, a firearm was discovered that was previously reported stolen out of Zephyrhills.
WIRE YOU DOING THIS?
300 block of E. Terrace Dr.
Petit theft / criminal mischief: An officer responded to the tower maintenance building at the listed location and met with an employee who advised that they arrived at the building that day to conduct maintenance and noticed that someone had previously cut and removed approximately $600 worth of copper wire from inside.
600 block of W. Ball St.
Criminal mischief: An officer met with the victim at the listed location who advised that they discovered cuts in both drivers’ side tires on their vehicle.