This week on Cops Corner, Plant City Police investigate: A stolen package, shooting drivers and missing appliances.
CUT IT OUT
600 block of S. Frontage Rd.
Business burglary: An officer responded to a business at the listed location and met with the complainant who was informed by his employees that an unknown individual cut the back fence and stole multiple tools from a business building.
S. Park Rd. / E. Alsobrook St.
Discharging a firearm from a vehicle: An officer responded to the area at the listed location in reference to a witness reporting two vehicles with occupants shooting at each other.
SIGNED, SEALED, NOT
900 block of Loganderry Ln.
Petit theft: An officer responded to the listed location and met with the victim who reported the theft of a package from their front door.
NO GOING BIKE
S. Maryland Ave. / E. Laura St.
Drug arrest: While on patrol, an officer observed an individual on a bicycle without any front or rear lights. The individual was subsequently charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance in addition to using a false name to a law enforcement officer.
3400 block of Birdie Hawkins Ln.
Grand theft: An officer responded to a construction site at the listed location and met with employees in reference to a forklift. One individual was subsequently arrested and charged with grand theft in reference to the forklift and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
100 block of N. Pearl St.
Shooting into an occupied dwelling: An officer responded to a residence at the listed location after learning that a single gunshot was heard and a bullet hole was subsequently discovered in the front door of the residence.
S. Alexander St. / Airport Rd.
Drug arrest: Officers encountered a disabled vehicle in the roadway at the listed location. One individual was subsequently arrested for possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
LONG TIME COMING
Fraud: An officer met with the victim who wanted to report a case of fraud that occurred to their account at the Railroad Credit Union in July 2015.
NO ONE’S HOME
3700 block of Capri Coast Dr.
Residential burglary: An officer met with a construction company employee who advised that an unknown individual removed a Whirlpool washer and Whirlpool dryer — each valued at $500 — from the home under construction at the listed location.
200 block of Lovely Ct.
Fraud: An offer met with the victim who advised that their credit card was used to make a $24 purchase at Walmart.com.