200 block of Sugar Creek Drive
Theft: This complainant stated her 1990 Coleman pop-up travel trailer was stolen from her residence. She last saw it the evening of Aug. 27.
BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY
910 block of Loganderry Lane
Residential burglary: This complainant stated an unknown suspect used a ladder to get to the window of her upstairs apartment, broke in and stole cash, several purses and handbags. She signed a waiver of prosecution.
JUST A HUNCH
300 block of South Franklin Street
Recovered stolen vehicle: Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle and found an unoccupied 2008 Mazda that appeared to have broken down. They ran the tag and learned the vehicle was reported stolen on June 17.
FAKE IT ’TIL YOU MAKE IT, PART 1
2600 block of Paul Buchman Highway
Fraud: This complainant stated someone used their bank account information to steal $500 from their account.
FAKE IT ’TIL YOU MAKE IT, PART 2
700 block of East Calhoun Street
Theft: This complainant stated an unknown subject used her identification to open accounts and racked up charges totaling approximately $20,000 on them.
3020 block of South Frontage Road
Burglary: This complainant stated their 65-inch TV, a Power Rangers Megazord figure, a model figure and a collectible “High Command” figurine were stolen from them. The items were valued at $1,295.
PUTTING THE ‘BREAK’ IN ‘BREAKUP’
800 block of Whitehurst Road
Criminal mischief: This complainant stated his ex-girlfriend came over and they got into a verbal altercation, which led to her breaking one of his windows out of anger. The complainant declined to press charges and signed a waiver of prosecution.
BLINK AND YOU’LL MISS IT
2600 block of James L. Redman Parkway
Shoplifting: An unknown suspect stole $182 worth of miscellaneous items from a store.
THAT WAS FAST
Baker Street/Howard Street
Recovered stolen vehicle: Officers conducted a traffic stop on a white Chrysler PT Cruiser that was reported stolen out of Tampa on the same day. The driver was arrested for Grand Theft Auto and taken to Orient Road Jail without incident.