This week on Cops Corner Plant City Police investigated stolen sprinkler survey kits, scooter rebels, uninvited nappers and more.
1200 block of
Vehicle burglary: A complainant reported to police that during the night of Dec. 6, an unknown suspect entered his unlocked vehicle and removed a sprinkler survey kit. He said there was no reported damage to his vehicle and nothing else was missing. He requested to have the incident documented for insurance purposes and signed a waiver of prosecution.
Palmer Street/Mahoney Street
Criminal mischief: This victim’s 2008 Mazda was vandalized. Two of its tires were slashed and its driver’s side mirror was broken.
They see me rollin’,
1500 block of Sammonds Road
Drug investigation: Officers conducted a traffic stop on a blue scooter with a tag that exipred in 2013. The driver was placed under arrest for felony Driving With License Suspended or Revoked. He was also found to be in possession of oxycodone without a prescription. He was transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
Nabbed while napping
1500 block of East Calhoun Street
Loitering & prowling/possession of meth arrest: Around 1:56 p.m. a man was found laying down in the backyard of a residence where he did not live. The residents of the home did not know who he was. He was arrested for loitering and prowling and possession of meth and was transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
Open for business
1400 block of East Calhoun Street
Criminal trespass: This complainant reported that at 6 a.m. she found her trunk open and the inside of her vehicle had been rummaged through.
1000 block of North Center Street
Burglary residence/Grand theft: This complainant reported that someone entered her home through an unlocked door and removed a flat screen TV, three Nintendo DS consoles, a red elliptical bicycle and a three-wheel bike.
In search of adventure
900 block of North Wills Street
Vehicle burglary: During an unknown time the night of Dec. 7, this complainant said an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle and took her passport.
Baker Street/Warnell Street
DUI: A man was stopped for driving the wrong way on Baker Street. Police found he was intoxicated and arrested him.
gotta rob ‘em all
Walden Lakewood Apartments
Vehicle burglaries (x10): During the night of Dec. 9, multiple vehicles were entered and items were taken via either unlocked doors or forced entry (broken windows). The burglars hit 10 vehicles at the apartment complex.
2900 block of
James L. Redman Parkway
Stolen vehicle: A U-Haul box van was rented on Nov. 10 from the Sunoco at the listed location and was not returned as expected on Nov. 11.
now you see me,
now you don’t
2800 block of
West Reynolds Street
Theft: This victim reported that at approximately 4:45 a.m. Dec. 7, an unknown subject pried off an exterior surveillance camera, which was valued at $750, and stole it from the business.
You’ve got mail
30 block of
South Maryland Avenue
Criminal mischief: This complainant reported at an unknown time during the night of Dec. 10, an unknown suspect damaged the top of her mailbox. She stated she wanted the incident documented and signed a waiver of prosecution.
making a withdrawal
1600 block of McLeod Drive
Vehicle burglary: This complainant reported at an unknown time during the evening hours of Dec. 10, an unknown suspect entered his unlocked vehicle and removed approximately $140 in cash.
Stealing for sport
1400 block of East Young Street
Theft: Officers responded to a found property report at the 1300 block of North Gordon Street and collected several pieces of opened mail with the above listed residence. Officers responded to the above listed location and learned that the mail contained $1,000 in sports cards that had been stolen from the victim’s mailbox.
1700 block of North Park Road
Criminal mischief: This complainant reported that at an unknown time during the evening of Dec. 11, an unknown suspect damaged the money slot and front face of a vending machine. The complainant requested to have the incident documented and signed a waiver of prosecution.