This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigate stolen beer, bullet holes in the wall of a home and an object thrown through a fast food window.
2100 block of North Park Rd.
Vehicle burglary: Officers met with the victim who advised them that his car had been broken into while parked at the business at the listed location. The suspect was arrested for burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and transported to Orient Road Jail without incident.
NO SHOES, NO SERVICE
2100 block of W. Reynolds St.
Theft: Officers met with the owner of a store located at the listed location who subsequently reported a theft of shoes.
OUT OF THE PARK
2600 block of E. Cherry St.
Vehicle burglary: Officers responded to the athletic facility at the listed location and learned that two vehicles had been broken into during a soccer game.
Flee to elude law enforcement officers: Officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop due to the vehicle traveling without headlights, however the vehicle then fled the scene.
Shooting into an occupied dwelling: Officers responded in reference to bullet holes that had been found on the side of a home at the listed location.
GLITTER AND GONE
4000 block of Concord Way
Theft: Officers made contact with the victim who reported their jewelry stolen a year ago.
THIS IS NOT A DRILL
1800 block of Turkey Creek Rd.
Business burglary: Officers made contact with the victim who reported that numerous tools had been stolen from his business by an unknown suspect.
2700 block of Thonotosassa Rd.
Theft: Officers responded to the business at the listed location and made contact with a staff member who subsequently reported that beer had been stolen.
2400 block of James. L Redman Pkwy.
Criminal mischief: The victim reported to officers that a customer threw an object into the drive-thru window of the business at the location, shattering it,