This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigate a stolen television, a fraudulent ferret transaction and an unruly customer.
500 block of NW Drane St.
Residential burglary: Officers met with the victim who advised them that an unknown suspect forced entry to their residence through the front door and removed a 65” Sony television without permission, valued at $795.27.
SECURE THE BAG
2600 block of James L Redman Pkwy
Petit theft: Officers responded to the listed location and met with the victim who then alerted them that her purse had been stolen.
THAT’S NOT FERRET
3500 block of Trapnell Grove Lp.
Fraud: An officer met with the victim who stated that she had attempted to purchase a ferret for $150 via Facebook Marketplace but never received the ferret.
500 block of N. Woodrow Wilson St.
Business burglary: Officers met with an individual who stated that on Nov. 6, a chain link fence on the property at the listed location was cut and a pressure washer and drill were subsequently stolen.
1700 block of S. Alexander St.
Trespass arrest: An officer met with the manager of a business at the listed location who advised them that he was in a verbal argument with a customer after the customer refused to leave the bar after closing. The customer was arrested and later transported to Orient Road Jail.
2700 block of Thonotosassa Rd.
Vehicle burglary: Officers responded to the business at the listed location and met with the victim who reported that his vehicle had been burglarized. A pistol, 100 rounds of ammunition, a pair of sunglasses and $50 in cash were missing.
1100 block of D. Dr. King Blvd
Criminal mischief: Officers made contact with the victim who stated that the windows to her residence were busted out.