This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigate a missing trailer, a broken window and a stolen identity.
1900 block of Gloria Ave.
Fraud: Officers made contact with the complainant who advised them that during a routine inventory check, it was discovered that one of the company’s 14-foot trailers was now missing.
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Fraud: Officers met with the victim who purchased two Visa gift cards that were each worth $30, only to discover later that the money had been removed from them.
1800 block of W. Lowry Ave.
Criminal mischief: Officers responded to the listed location after reports of gun shots being heard. While checking the surrounding area, officers discovered that one of the nearby residences had been damaged by multiple gunshots. Upon further investigation, it was found that the vehicle parked in the driveway also had damage from the gunshots.
PAYING FOR DAMAGES
1500 block of Plantation Grove Ct.
Criminal mischief: Officers responded to the listed location where the suspect was arrested for trespassing in an occupied structure, driving with an expired license and criminal mischief, as a result of approximately $1,200 in damage done to a police vehicle while he was in custody.
THOSE IN GLASS HOMES…
800 block of W. Madison St.
Criminal mischief: Officers responded to the above location and met with the victim who advised the officers that an unknown suspect had thrown a rock, breaking the front window of the home and causing approximately $500 in damage, sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning.
BIG MESS IN TEXAS
500 block of Sandalwood Dr.
Identity theft: Officers made contact with the victim who advised them that his identity had been used to purchase a vehicle at a dealership in San Marcos, Texas.
TRUNK OR TREAT
1700 block of Oakwood Estates Dr.
Vehicle burglary: Officers responded to the listed location after receiving a call from a third party regarding a trunk that was open on a neighbor’s vehicle.