This week on Cops Corner, Plant City Police investigate: An attempted scam, burglarized vehicles and a mutual altercation.
TRY AS YOU MIGHT
500 block of W. Ball St.
Vehicle burglary: An officer met with the victim at the listed location in reference to an attempted theft of his vehicle.
SCAM I AM
4700 block of Westwind Dr.
Fraud: An officer met with the victim at the listed location in reference to a home rental scam.
UNLOCKED AND LOADED
900 block of E. Laura St.
Vehicle burglary: An officer met with the victims at the listed location who both stated that someone entered their truck last night without permission and stole a wallet.
1800 block of James L. Redman Pkwy
Theft: An officer met with the store manager of a business at the listed location who reported a theft from the business.
2400 block of E. Cherry St.
Simple battery: An officer met with two individuals at the listed location whom both advised that they were in a verbal altercation that turned into a fight. The individual that was struck first stated that he did not want to press charges and signed a waiver of prosecution. The officer was further advised by a Plant City employee that he wanted both individuals trespassed for fighting. Both individuals were subsequently advised and a trespass warning was completed before leaving without further altercation.
MAKING A SCENE
E. Park Rd. / Jim Johnson Rd.
DUI refusal / NVDL: An officer responded to the area at the listed location in reference to an individual driving recklessly and throwing beer cans out of the window. One individual was subsequently arrested for DUI refusal and driving without a valid driver’s license.
1000 block of Fairwinds Cir.
Bicycle theft: An officer met with the complainant at the listed location who stated that their child’s bicycle was missing.
YOU GOTTA GO
700 block of W. Reynolds St.
Trespass after warning: Officers responded to the residence at the listed location and made contact with an individual that was previously advised of a trespass warning on March 4. The individual was subsequently arrested for trespass after warning and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
2900 block of Laurel Meadow Ct.
Vehicle burglary: An officer responded to the residence at the listed location and learned that multiple unlocked vehicles in the area were entered.