BROKE SUSPECT, BROKEN REGISTER
2210 block of Thonotosassa Road
Trespassing: This complainant stated someone entered her business and damaged the cash register.
1500 block of James L. Redman Parkway
Vehicle burglary: This complainant stated someone entered his vehicle and stole $11,439 from within.
2020 STILL STINKS
1600 block of Golfview Drive
Vehicle burglary: This complainant stated someone broke into his Chevrolet work van overnight and stole various DeWalt and Ridgid power tools. The stolen tools were valued together at $2,020.
1600 block of Meredith Place
Burglary: This complainant stated someone broke into her utility shed and stole a lawn mower and a leaf blower.
Theft: At the 400 block of North Alexander Street, three female subjects entered a store, grabbed $266.77 worth of household items and left without paying for anything. At the 1800 block of James L. Redman Parkway, a male subject and a female subject stole $60 worth of baby formula and fled. In both instances, the store managers signed a waiver of prosecution.
PROBLEMATIC PAINT JOB
700 block of West Ball Street
Felony criminal mischief: This complainant stated someone poured black paint all over the roof and front windshield of her vehicle.
1 Police Place
Fraud: This complainant stated someone used his credit card information online to buy more than $600 worth of goods.
1610 block of Jim Johnson Road
Grand theft: This complainant stated someone stole two 10-foot Power Poles and a Hummingbird depth finder, valued together at $6,636.49, from his boat.
NO LOCK, NO PROBLEM
1500 block of East Calhoun Street
Vehicle burglary: This complainant stated someone entered his unlocked Chevrolet pickup truck, which he had parked in the back yard, overnight and left it in disarray. The complainant entered the truck shortly before 9 a.m. and found his $300 Costa sunglasses missing along with $50 in change. He signed a waiver of prosecution.
4600 block of West Highway 574
Criminal mischief: This complainant stated someone tried to break into his home during the previous week. He noticed damage to the door knob of his second floor patio door. The complainant signed a waiver of prosecution.
GIFT CARD GRIFT
500 block of South Morgan Street
Fraud: This complainant stated she contacted what she believed was a phone number for Amazon and spoke with someone she believed to be an employee. The scammer told her to purchase $1,300 worth of gift cards online and read the numbers back to them. The complainant complied and was later advised by Bancorp to file a police report. She was given a case number and signed a waiver of prosecution.