This Week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigate a stolen purse, slashed tires and fraudulently purchased jewelry.
WORKING AROUND THE LOCK
1600 block of S. County Line Rd.
Business burglary: Officers responded to an alarm that had been set off at the listed location. Upon arrival, they discovered that the lock to the business had been cut.
N. Franklin St. / Victoria St.
Discharging firearm in public: Officers responded to the area at the listed location and met with the complainant who claimed hearing gunshots in the area.
3000 block of James L. Redman Pkwy.
Theft: Officers met with the victim who stated that she had left her purse in the bathroom of the restaurant at the listed location, only to find it gone when she returned
NO LICENSE, NO LEEWAY
900 block of W. Ball St.
DWLSR: Officers responded to the listed location in reference to a single vehicle crash. Upon arrival, the suspect was placed under arrest for driving with a suspended or revoked license with knowledge.
FAKE IT ’TIL YOU TAKE IT
3200 block of Sunset Oaks Dr.
Fraud: Officers responded to the victim who claimed that she had sold a bike and was subsequently paid with a fake $100 bill.
UNLAWFULLY EMBEDDED KNIFE
3500 block of W. Baker St.
Criminal mischief: Officers made contact with the victim who claimed that she was having a verbal argument with her friend and that during the argument, the suspect produced a knife and stabbed holes into all four tired of her vehicle. Despite this, the victim did not wish to prosecute and signed a waiver of prosecution.
TO GO PLATE
1700 block of James L. Redman Pkwy.
Recovered stolen license plate: Officers were approached at a gas station at the listed location by a subject who produced a license plate that was originally found within the Lakeland area. The plate was later discovered to have been reported stolen to the Lakeland Police Department.
1700 block of James L Redman Pkwy.
Fraud/Grand theft: Officers responded to and met with the victim at the business located at the listed location. The victim then reported a fraudulent transaction on jewelry that caused them a loss of $6,658.34.