This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigated a stolen bike, a stolen $10, a stolen ATV and trailer and more.
Tarp marks the spot
1000 block of Gilchrist Street
Theft: This victim reported that an unknown subject took $2,125 worth of miscellaneous tools that were in his yard, covered by a blue tarp.
New phone, who’s this?
4600 block of Highway 574
Petit theft (waiver): This complainant, who was an employee of the business at the above listed location, reported an unknown suspect entered the business, picked up her iPhone 7S Plus cell phone she had placed on the counter and exited the business. She stated she did not see the incident and only wanted it documented in a report. She signed a waiver of prosecution.
Rain on his parade
200 block of
West Alexander Street
Theft: This complainant reported that he rode his bike to the above listed location to get out of the rain and, while waiting for the rain to stop, he fell asleep. When he woke up, his red 22-inch
men’s bike was gone.
1000 block of
North Gordon Street
Criminal mischief: This victim reported that she discovered a bullet hole in her bathroom window and a hole within her interior drywall from the same bullet.
1400 block of Plantation Circle
Vehicle burglary: This victim reported the theft of two knives and a wallet from his vehicle, which was broken into the night of June 9.
900 block of North Warnell Street
Vehicle burglary: This victim reported she heard gunshots outside the home around 5:45 a.m. Her boyfriend checked and found his vehicle, which was unlocked, was burglarized and that a $10.00 bill was stolen.
Airing it out
1000 block of
North Warnell Street
Shooting/vehicle trespass: This victim reported the rear window of his vehicle was shot out.
ATV goes MIA
1200 block of
South Alexander Street
Vehicle theft: This victim reported the theft of his black Triple T trailer, which was hauling his black, orange and gray 2019 Polaris RZR 1000 ATV, from Rentlok Storage. The items were valued at $30,000 total.
Cold heart, colder drinks
2800 block of
James L. Redman Parkway
Theft: A Lowes Loss Prevention employee reported to police that an unknown subject took several Yeti products a few days prior.