This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigated a fraudulent check, stolen BBQ Grills, a missing firearm, a stolen cattle gate and more.
Not *that* kind of drive-thru
2500 block of Thonotosassa Road
Business burglary: Officers responded to an alarm call at the AT&T store at the above listed location at approximately 4:50 a.m.. The front of the store had been driven through.
1 Police Place
Battery: This victim reported to PCPD that she was battered during two Lyft rides.
Chased through town
Knight Street/Alabama Street
Agg. assault w/firearm: An officer met with this victim, who reported she was boxed in by several vehicles and subjects while driving on Coronet Street. She was able to turn around to drive a different way home. She turned east on Alabama Street from Collins Street when she noticed she was being followed. As she turned north onto Knight Street from Alabama Street, the vehicle behind her began shooting at her vehicle. Her vehicle was struck one time by a bullet, causing damage. The victim could not provide any suspect information and signed a waiver of prosecution, only wishing to have the incident documented.
2600 block of
James L. Redman Parkway
Counterfeiting: Officers came out to Walmart and met with an employee who told them 10 counterfeit $100 bills were passed.
2100 block of Henderson Way
Fraud: Employees at 84 lumber reported that a fraudulent check was used to purchase $1333 of
Down in the dumps
1200 block of
West Alsobrook Street
Theft: This victim reported a 2020 Big Tex 14LX dual-axle metal dump trailer, which was valued at $10,000, was stolen from a construction site.
Nothing to see here
2300 block of
Ashberry Ridge Drive
Trespass in vehicle: this victim reported to police that her unlocked vehicle was entered and someone rummaged through it. Nothing was taken or damaged. The victim signed a waiver of prosecution.
Locked and loaded
3100 block of
Azalea Blossom Drive
Criminal mischief: This complainant reported that an unknown suspect damaged their fence during the early morning of June 1. Someone shot the defendant’s vinyl fencing with a paintball gun, damaging several of the planks.
2200 block of Preservation Drive
Theft: This victim reported to police the theft of a Stella 8000 swb hg reel and a Terez spinning rod, valued at over $1,300.00, from his garage.
3200 block of Bending Oak Drive
Theft: This victim reported an unknown person stole his firearm from his dresser. The last time he saw it was May 13.
300 block of BerryFest Place
Trailer theft: This victim reported the theft of a 2008 homemade trailer with an attached tag valued at $3,000.00, two barbecue grills valued at $1,000.00 each and one stump smoker valued at $15,000.00.
Locking up the herd
500 block of Charlie Taylor Road
Theft: Officer responded to the above address and the victim reported a theft of a cattle gate
valued at $200 by an unknown subject.