This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigate active warrants, missing doors and counterfeit currency.
1300 block of Tahitian Sunrise Dr
Residential burglary: An officer met with the employee of a building company who advised that he noticed two sliding glass doors missing from the home while securing it for the hurricane on Sept. 27.
700 block of W. Madison St.
Shooting into occupied dwelling: An officer responded to a residence at the listed location and met with the victim in reference to bullet damage to the residence.
1100 block of S. Collins St.
Warrant/drug arrest: Officers observed an individual sitting in front of a business at the listed location. An FCIC/NCIC check reviewed an active Hillsborough County warrant for violation of probation. Both officers made contact with the individual and the warrant was confirmed by HCSO. The individual was charged with possession of a controlled substance and violation of probation and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
S. Collins St. / E. J Arden Mays Blvd.
Habitual traffic offender arrest: Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for non-working taillights and made contact with the driver. The individual was subsequently placed under arrest and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
NOT IN GOOD STANDING
2600 block of Thonotosassa Rd.
Warrant arrest: Officers responded to a call from a business at the listed location regarding an individual that fell down at the doors of the establishment. The officer made contact with the individual as he sat in the driver’s seat of a truck. The tag attached to the vehicle was provided to dispatch and returned stolen out of Polk County. The individual provided a false identity which returned no information and a fingerprint check later confirmed the individual’s identity, uncovering an active warrant out of Hillsborough County and an active warrant out of Polk County. Another officer responded as an additional unit and took primary of the investigation, subsequently transporting the individual to Orient Road Jail for booking.
DRINKING AND PROBLEMS
2600 block of James L. Redman Pkwy.
Resisting arrest without violence/disorderly conduct: An officer responded to the business at the listed location in reference to an individual that appeared to be intoxicated and causing a disturbance with other customers. The individual was subsequently arrested and transported to Hillsborough County jail where they were turned over to on-duty deputies.
1500 block of E. Baker St.
Counterfeit bill: An officer made contact with an employee of a business at the listed location who advised that counterfeit currency was used at the location.
1200 block of N. Palm Dr.
Burglary: An officer met with the victim at the listed location who advised that multiple items were taken from their yard and from inside their shed.
3500 block of N. Maryland Ave.
Construction burglary: An officer responded to the listed location and met with the manager of a construction company who reported that several appliances were taken from the under construction residence.