This week on Cops Corner: Plant City police investigate a lost and found semi-truck, punctured tires and mysterious bullet holes.
LEFT OUT TO DRY
1200 block of N. Wheeler St.
Theft: Officers met with a victim who reported that her clothes had been stolen. While at a laundromat she had left clothes in a dryer, returned an hour and a half later to retrieve them when she found that they had been stolen.
Stolen vehicle recovery: Officers were notified of a suspicious vehicle that had been left parked for approximately four days. Upon running the vehicle’s license plate number, it was discovered that the vehicle had previously been stolen from the Lakeland area.
3300 block of Sydney Rd.
Criminal mischief: Officers responded to a report of a Chevy Silverado with punctured tires, totaling $220 in damage.
HOME SWEET HOLES
Criminal mischief: Officers responded to a victim reporting that when she arrived home, she discovered two bullet holes in the west wall of her residence.
KEEP ON TRUCKIN’
500 block of N. County Line Rd.
Stolen tractor trailer (semi): Officers responded to the location in response to a stolen tractor trailer.
2600 block of James L. Redman Pkwy.
Felony petit theft: Officers responded to a retail store in response to a report of shoplifting. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the suspect who was arrested for felony petit theft and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
1400 block of S. Collins St.
Pick up arrest: Officers responded to a store in reference to a suspicious person that was yelling at themself in the parking lot. Upon arrival, officers met with the suspect who was then arrested for a previous incident, among several other charges. He was placed into custody and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
1900 block of Johnson Pointe Dr.
Residential burglary: Officers met with a construction supervisor in reference to a burglary of a home that was under construction.
THE TRUCK STOPS HERE
1 Police Pl.
Supplement stolen semi truck: Officers responded to the police department after Plant City Police Department communication was advised that Lakeland Police Department had located and recovered a semi truck that was recently stolen from Plant City.