This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigate an out of town warrant, shots fired and a stolen semi-tractor-trailer.
Theft: Officers made contact with the victim who reported that sometime between Dec. 22 and Dec. 24, an unknown suspect had stolen two tires from her RV.
OUT OF STATE, OUT OF LUCK
2800 block of Thonotosassa Rd.
Warrant arrest: Officers met with the suspect and discovered after an FCIC/NCIC check that he had outstanding warrants out of New Jersey. The warrant was confirmed and the suspect was subsequently arrested.
200 block of W. Alexander St.
Trespass arrest: Officers responded to the business at the listed location in reference to a suspect who was asking customers for money. Officers met with the suspect and he was subsequently arrested for trespass after warning before being later released with a notice to appear in court.
1700 block of James L. Redman Pkwy.
Warrant arrest: Officers made contact with the suspect during a traffic stop. An FCIC/NCIC check revealed that the suspect had two active Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office warrants for violation of parole with no bond. The warrants were confirmed and the suspect was arrested and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
PULLING NO PUNCHES
S. Maryland St.
Aggravated assault: Officers responded to the listed residence in reference to a complaint regarding a fight-in-progress.
KEEP ON TRUCKING
100 block of S. County Line Rd.
Stolen tractor: Officers met with the complainant who advised them that sometime between Dec. 23 and the morning of Dec. 26, a 2012 red semi-tractor-truck with a Pennsylvania license plate had been stolen from the parking lot at the listed location.
BREAKING IN BAD
2600 block of Thonotosassa Rd.
Vehicle burglary: Officers met with the victim who advised them that she had left her purse and wallet in her vehicle, later finding them stolen.
SHOT IN THE DARK
W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd/Stearn St.
Aggravated assault: While on scene at a disturbance call on West Washington St., officers heard gunfire north of their current location. After investigating, they discovered that an occupied vehicle had been shot at.
1600 block of E. Ohio St.
Marchman Act: Officers made contact with a heavily-intoxicated adult female who was unable to stand on her own and had urinated on herself. The female was evaluated and it was determined that she was unable to care for herself. She was then transported to South Florida Baptist Hospital for treatment.