This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigated vehicle burglary, DUI, nap time in the car and more.
Up to scratch
1800 block of West House Street
Criminal mischief: This victim reported to police that during the previous night an unknown suspect had scratched one of her vehicles and spray painted another one of her vehicles.
Nap at home
2000 block of
North Wheeler Street
DUI: Officers made contact with a woman who was found asleep in the driver seat. She was arrested for DUI.
1600 block of Rydell Lane
Vehicle burglary: In response to a report of discarded items found in the area, officers made contact with a victim who confirmed their vehicle was burglarized during
the previous night.
Wait… don’t I know you?
1700 block of North Gordon Street
Vehicle burglary: This victim told police that their vehicle had been burglarized of money and a variety of miscellaneous items over the course of the prior evening. However, while on-scene, officers found the suspect was known, had been contacted and the parties had reached an agreement for repayment/return of the items. A waiver was signed as a result.
3300 block of Sydney Road
Criminal mischief: This victim reported his vehicle had three tires slashed while he was at work.
Say that to my face,
you limp noodle
100 block of West Tomlin Street
Battery: Officers were flagged down in reference to a battery that had just occurred at the above listed location. Two men were having a verbal argument over the phone when one of them went to the other’s apartment and a fight occurred. The second man signed a waiver of prosecution.
Got beef with a thief
1400 block of
West Dr. MLK Boulevard
Grand theft auto: A white 2020 Toyota Corolla was reported stolen from Grandpa Johnson’s.
Add it to the bill
2000 block of
North Frontage Road
Trespass & Criminal Mischief: Stingray Chevrolet employees reported to police that a customer’s GMC pickup truck had the driver’s window smashed out between 5 p.m. July 13 and 8 a.m. July 14.
Pouch of treasures
Vehicle burglary: This victim reported to PCPD that a wallet and a money pouch with more than $2,000 was stolen when someone broke into his vehicle.
It’s a cruel, cruel summer
800 block of
North Maryland Avenue
Theft: Officers met with this victim, who told them someone stole her son’s Xbox One S and iPhone 7.
Pick a lane
Highway 92/Turkey Creek Road
DUI: Officers conducted a traffic stop on a red Nissan truck after seeing it weaving and swerving on the roadway. A man was arrested for DUI.