This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigate fraudulent checks, a damaged mailbox and missing flowers.
100 block of S. Evers St.
Shooting (airsoft): An officer responded to a business at the listed location and made contact with victims who reported being struck by pellets.
TOY STORY 2
2200 block of James L. Redman Pkwy.
Shooting (airsoft): While the officer was actively investigating the previous case, another officer was flagged down by a manager of a business at the listed location, advising that one of his employees had been shot by a pellet gun.
CHECKS BUT NO BALANCES
100 block of W. Reynolds St.
Fraud: An officer made contact with the owner/complainant who reported cashing checks that he later discovered were fraudulent.
RETURN TO SENDER
3400 block of W. Reynolds St.
Criminal mischief: Officers were dispatched to a residence at the listed location in reference to the report of a hit and run accident that involved property damage to a mailbox, valued at $100.
C St. / N. Alexander St.
Felony criminal mischief: An officer was dispatched to the listed location in reference to possible criminal mischief and damage done to a vehicle. A lone individual was subsequently placed under arrest for felony criminal mischief and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
500 block of S. Franklin St.
Criminal mischief: An officer responded to the area at the listed location in reference to gunshots heard in the area and damage was found to a vehicle.
WHERE THERE’S SMOKE…
2200 block of N. Park Rd.
Burglary: An officer responded to a business at the listed location in reference to a delayed theft of cartons of cigarettes. An individual was subsequently arrested and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
KEEP ON TRUCKIN’
500 block of N. County Line Rd.
Stolen semi-trailer: Officers met with the victim in reference to his semi-trailer having been stolen from the listed location.
100 N. Collins St.
Petit theft: An officer responded to a park at the listed location and met with a Plant City employee in reference to plants that were taken from their flower beds and some that were uprooted and left on the ground.