This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigate a stolen plate, counterfeit bills and a burglarized car.
FAKE IT TIL YOU MAKE IT
2800 block of James L. Redman Pkwy.
Counterfeit bills: An officer responded to a business at the listed location in reference to a delayed counterfeit bills complaint.
2500 block of Thonotosassa Rd.
Theft / fraud: An officer met with the victim at the listed location who reported that while they were at work that morning, their wallet containing miscellaneous credit cards and other personal items was misplaced / stolen.
A DAY LATE, A DOLLAR SHORT
500 block of Turkey Creek Rd.
Business burglary: An office responded to a business at the listed location in reference to the delayed report of a burglary.
KEEP ON TRUCKIN’
3000 block of James L. Redman Pkwy.
Recovery, stolen vehicle: Officers made contact with a representative of the business at the listed location who reported locating two items belonging to the business, one truck and one trailer, that were previously reported stolen to different agencies.
LOST AND FOUND
800 block of S. Alexander St.
Warrant arrest: One officer observed an individual walking in a parking lot at the listed location. The officer had been informed earlier in the day by another officer that the individual was seen in the area prior and was in possession of an active felony warrant out of Hillsborough County. The officer made contact with the individual and an FCIC/NCIC check revealed the active warrant for felony petit theft. The individual was subsequently placed under arrest and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
UNLOCKED AND LOADED
2600 block of E. Cherry St.
Vehicle burglary: An officer met with the victim who reported that their unlocked vehicle was entered, resulting in the victim’s purse, credit cards, $2,600 in cash and medication was allegedly stolen.
1000 block of W. King St.
Stolen license plate: An officer responded to the residence at the listed location in reference to a delayed stolen license plate complaint.
YOUR CHECK’S IN THE MAIL
1600 block of Paddock Dr.
Fraud: An officer met with the victim at the listed location who believed that their check book was taken from their mailbox and that checks were then fraudulently cashed.