This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigate a stolen motorcycle, shots fired at a vehicle and fraudulent tire payments.
GONE IN THE NIGHT
1200 block of W. Reynolds St.
Stolen vehicle: Officers met with the victim who stated that sometime during the night, an unknown suspect unlawfully removed his motorcycle from the parking lot at the location.
1400 block of W. Granfield Ave.
Warrant arrest: Officers responded to the location in an attempt to locate the suspect who was known to have an outstanding Hillsborough County Warrant for obtaining a controlled substance via fraud. Upon arrival, officers met with the suspect who was cooperative and stated that she was aware of the warrant when advised of it by officers. The warrant was then confirmed and the suspect was placed under arrest and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
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Stolen tag: Officers met with the victim who advised them that the license plate had been stolen from her vehicle.
W. Reynolds St.
Warrant arrest: Officers conducted a traffic stop after the suspect ran a stop sign. Upon making contact with the driver, a computer check revealed that the suspect had an active Lake County Warrant for failure to appear and driving and drivinging without a valid license. The warrant was confirmed and the suspect was taken into custody, issued a citation and transported to Orient Road Jail for booking.
W Trapnell Rd. at Magnolia Green St.
Shooting – occupied vehicle: Officers responded to the location in reference to shots fired at a vehicle.
NO LUCK, NO TRUCK
500 block of N. County Line Road
Stolen vehicle: Officers met with the victim who stated that some time between 7 p.m. on July 30 and 10 a.m. on Aug 1, an unknown suspect unlawfully removed his semi-truck and trailer from the gas station at the location.
GONE WITHOUT A TRACE
200 block of Lisa Ann Ct.
Vehicle burglary: Officers met with the victim who informed them that someone had entered her vehicle overnight. According to the report, items were moved around but nothing was missing and no damage was done to the vehicle.
GO MEANS GO
100 block of Lake Blvd.
Trespass after warning arrest: Officers made contact with a suspect following a disturbance/suspicious person call for service. The suspect was alerted that he was trespassing and advised to leave the park at the location due to causing disturbances. The suspect then refused to leave multiple times before he was placed under arrest and transported to Orient Road Jail.
FAKE IT ’TIL YOU TAKE IT
1600 block of E. Baker St.
Fraud: An unknown individual entered a business at the location and purchased several sets of tires with a fraudulent credit card.