This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigated shots fired, a stolen truck, a stolen phone, a temper tantrum and more.
2300 block of North Johnson Road
Burglary: A woman told police her ex-boyfriend kicked in her front door, causing damage to the door frame. He then took her car keys without permission. She signed a waiver of prosecution.
A bad holiday
2100 block of North Park Road
Vehicle theft: Officers responded to the Holiday Inn Express at the above listed location and met with the victim, who reported his 2001 Chevy Silverado was stolen.
2300 block of James L. Redman Parkway
Vehicle burglary: A black LG cell phone was stolen from an unlocked vehicle at Pizza Hut.
Stubble and trouble
2600 block of James L. Redman Parkway
Shoplifting: A man was arrested for shoplifting $61 worth of batteries and an electric razor. He was charged with felony petit theft and transported to Orient Road Jail.
Brown Street and Camp Court
Armed robbery/waiver: A man reported that while walking down the road on the previous Saturday, a black Nissan Altima pulled up to him occupied by what appeared to be three men, who pointed a firearm at him and demanded items. He stated he fled on foot and a gun fired at him, but he never reported the incident. His father suggested he do so, but both simply wanted the incident documented and requested to sign a waiver.
Consulting the police
3000 block of James L. Redman Parkway
Burglary: An employee of Product Consultants Unlimited reported an unknown suspect broke out a window of the business, entered and stole two computers valued at more than $1,200.
1300 block of South Collins Street
Criminal mischief and battery: Enterprise Leasing employees reported that upon denying a returned vehicle, the renter pushed one of the employees and then damaged property at the
location. The employees signed a waiver for the battery, but the criminal mischief charge was pressed and a court date was provided.
Bullying the bull dozer
3700 block of Fancy Farms Road
Criminal mischief: A Ripa construction employee reported an unknown subject shattered that windows of a bull dozer, excavator and a water truck between 5 p.m. and 6:30 a.m.
Loans at Lowes
2800 block of James L. Redman Parkway
Fraud: This victim reported to police that he lost his wallet at Lowes. The investigation revealed the credit cards that were in the wallet were recently used at Lowes and the fraudulent charges totaled $268.46.
Warrant on warrant on warrant
500 block of Herring Street
Felony warrant (x5): A 24-year-old man was arrested on five different warrant charges out of Polk County, which included attempted murder. He was transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.