Reports and Arrests


On 09/10/2018 at approximately 0745 hours, Officer was dispatched to Rockyford in regard to a vandalism complaint. The Complainant/Victim, stated that on today's date at approximately 0740 hours, he backed his vehicle out of the driveway at which time he heard a noise. The victim stated that he did not see anything in the driveway. The victim then proceeded down the street at which time his low tire pressure light came on in his vehicle so then he returned home. The victim observed a nail in both his driver’s side tires. The victim then walked to a second vehicle of his that was parked on the street and noticed that nails were propped up on the front and rear driver’s side tires.

On 09/10/18 at approximately 0903 hours, Officer responded to Alfaree in regard to an auto burglary complaint. Officer spoke with complainant who stated that sometime between 0000hrs and 0855hrs on 09/10/18 an unknown person(s) entered her vehicle while it was parked in her carport and rummaged through the console and left the driver door open. Nothing appeared to be missing.

On 9/10/2018 at 9:45 hours, Officer was called to Virgil Rd in regard to a theft from a vehicle. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who stated that sometime on this date between 00:30AM and 09:00AM, an unknown person/persons entered into his unlocked vehicle and took a bag that contained numerous.

On 9/10/2018 at 11:40 hours, Officer was called to Virgil Rd in regard to a theft from a vehicle. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who stated that some time on this date between 12:00AM and 6:00AM, an unknown person(s), made entry into her unlocked vehicle in the driveway and removed a coin jar containing approximately $200 in coins. The suspect also rummaged through the glove box but nothing of any further value was taken.

On 09/10/2018 at 17:49 hours, Officer responded to a Burglary/Residential at Burton Church Cv. Officer spoke with complainant/victim who advised that sometime between 14:00 and 17:00 this date, an unknown suspect, or suspects entered his residence non forcibly, and rummaged through multiple drawers. The victim advised Officer that the rear door to the residence was discovered open upon his return home from work. The victim stated that it did not appear as if anything was missing, however, closer inspection determined that some clothing was missing. There were no signs of forced entry.

On 09/10/2018 at 17:35 hours, Officer responded to a Theft of Bicycle at Thistle Valley Ln. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with complainant/victim who advised that sometime between 19:30 hours on 09/09/2018 and 17:30 hours on 09/10/2018, an unknown suspect entered her garage and took a children's bicycle.

On 09/10/2018 at 18:48 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at Stage Rd. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with victim / complainant who advised that sometime between 21:00 hours on 09/09/2018 and 08:00 hours on 09/10/2018, an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle and took approximately $8 in change located in the middle console of her vehicle.

On 09/10/2018 at 21:21 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at Alfaree St. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with victim/complainant who advised that sometime between 24:00 hours on 09/10/2018 and 05:00 hours on 09/10/2018, an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and took a Coach bag containing a Dell laptop. The victim stated that the vehicle was possibly left unlocked overnight. Officer did not observe any signs of forced entry into the vehicle.

On 09/11/2018 at approximatley1105 hours, Officer made contact with the Complainant at 3730 Appling Rd regarding an Auto Burglary. The complainant advised on 09/10/2018 at approximately 1850 hours she went to the Kroger, located at 5995 Stage Rd. She then left and stopped at the Mapco located at 6127 Stage Rd and went inside to purchase an item. When she arrived home, she noticed her Kroger bag was missing. She believes she might have left her vehicle unlocked while at the Mapco and unknown person(s) entered and stole the bag.

On 09/11/2018 at 15:19 hours, Officer responded to a Burglary/Residential at Oak Rd. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with complainant/victim who advised that she recently engaged in business with a contractor that sub contracted the labor to the suspect. At approximately 15:45 hours on 09/10/2018, she fired the suspect because she suspected he was intoxicated. The victim advised she observed the suspect pull into her driveway in an unknown white SUV and enter a utility closet under the carport attached to the residence and pull a table saw, which does not belong to him from the closet.

On 09/12/2018 at approximately 0955 hours, Officer responded to 2986 Kate Bond, St. Francis Hospital, in regard to an automobile burglary complaint. Officer spoke with complainant who stated that sometime between 09/11/18 at approximately 1900 hours and 09-12-18 at approximately 0945 hours an unknown person(s) "punched" the driver side front door and entered his vehicle that was parked on the southeast side of the building. The suspect stole his  wallet, some cash, several personal items were stolen.

On 9/12/2018 at approximately 1251 hours, Officer responded to 4140 Catalpa Hill in regard to vandalism. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant about the street sign at Catalpa Hill and Centralia being vandalized with blue paint. The complainant also stated that the stop sign at Scepter cove had been painted blue.

On 09/12/2018 at 14:01 hours, Officers responded to an alarm activation at Bristol Park Dr. Upon arrival, there were no visible signs of a burglary, and a package delivered by UPS was on the porch to the right of the front door. While knocking on the front door, it opened slightly, revealing the damaged latches and door frame. Officers opened the door and found the alarm panel inside the door was removed and thrown on the floor with wires hanging out. Officers conducted a search of the apartment and found no one. The master bedroom was in disarray, and it appeared that someone had opened the drawers in the dresser. In the living room, the television had been knocked down, which broke the glass coffee table. Below the TV was a broken plate, the pieces of which had been gathered together with a tube of super glue underneath it. Officers attempted to contact the resident of the apartment, but were unsuccessful.

On 09/12/2018 at approximately 1535 hours, Officer was dispatched to 3730 Appling Rd in regard to a theft. Officer made contact with the complainant/victim who advised that her HP Laptop was missing from her residence. She left her residence on September 11th 2018 at approximately 1600 hours, and her laptop was sitting on her coffee table in the living room. She returned to her residence on today's date at approximately 1400 hours, and the laptop was missing. She believes a family member may be responsible.

On 09/12/2018 at approximately 1555 hours, officer responded to a motor vehicle theft at Yale Rd. The victim stated that his vehicle broke down between on Yale on September 8th at approximately 2300 hours. He locked the truck and left it parked on the south side of Yale Rd. He drove by and saw his truck parked in the same spot on September 9th at approximately 1600 hours. He came back to check on his truck on September 11th at approximately 1800 hours and discovered the truck had been stolen. Officer contacted dispatch who advised that the truck has not been towed.

On 9/12/18 at approximately 1630 hours while on patrol, Officer was advised by the complainant that his lawn equipment was stolen. Officer made scene at Stage Hills and Germantown Rd where the theft occurred and talked with the complainant. The complainant advised that a witness observed the theft and told one of the complainants workers on scene about it. Officer spoke with the witness who advised around 1615 hours he was driving on Stage Hills when he observed a silver Honda accord pull up next to the complainant’s lawn equipment trailer and begin to grab lawn equipment.

On 09/12/2018 at approximately 1739 hours, Officer was dispatched to 3730 Appling Rd in regard to a theft. Officer made contact with the complainant/victim who advised that her wallet was stolen from 7615 Hwy 70 (Kroger) on Friday September 7th, 2018. The victim advised that she entered Kroger on September 7th, 2018 at approximately 1500 hours. She advised that she placed her wallet in the front compartment of the grocery cart as she shopped throughout the store. The victim stated that she was not carrying a purse or bag. The victim stated that at approximately 1600 hours, she paid for her groceries at an unknown checkout counter. The victim advised that she paid with a debit card that was in her pants pocket. The victim stated that she did not notice her wallet missing at that time. The victim advised that she discovered her wallet was missing on Sunday September 9th, 2018 at approximately 2200 hours. The victim advised that she was contacted on Monday September 10th 2018 about fraudulent use on her credit card. The victim stated that several unauthorized transactions had cleared her checking account.

On 09/14/2018 at 16:00 hours, Officer responded to a Theft complaint at 3730 Appling Rd. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised on 09/13/2018 between 10:00 and 12:00 hours at Deermont Dr an unknown person(s) broke into his unlocked car and stole his iPhone and $50 in cash from his vehicle.

On Friday, September 14, 2018 at approximately 18:06 hours, Officer responded to 2956 Germantown Rd., Wolfchase Nissan, regarding a rental car that has not been returned. Upon arrival, officer spoke with complainant who stated that at approximately 1609 hours on 08/18/2018, the suspect came in to rent a car. The suspect completed a rental agreement with the victim Wolfchase Nissan stating that the vehicle was to be returned 08/20/2018 at 1609 hours. When the vehicle was not returned on the agreed date, the complainant attempted to contact the suspect and then charge the credit card on file for the extra time but the card was declined. The complainant has made several attempts to contact the suspect via text prior to this date. The suspect responded to a text message on 09/12/18 at approximately 1429 hours stating that he would return the rental the morning of 09/13/2018. The vehicle has not been returned on the date of this report.

On 9/15/2018 at approximately 1035 hours, Officer was dispatched to 3730 Appling Road in the Bartlett jail lobby regarding a fraud complaint. Officer spoke with victim who said that he recently received a notice from Suntrust Bank in Bartlett(6633 Stage Road) stating that an account had been opened in his name with overdraft protection. He has never used or opened an account at any Suntrust Bank.

On 09/15/2018 at 12:52 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary complaint at Sycamore View Rd. The complainant stated that someone entered her vehicle sometime during the night while it was parked in the carport. She parked the car at approximately 2300 hours Friday night and left the doors unlocked. At approximately 0540 hours this morning, she received a notice on her cell phone that someone used her credit card. Complainant discovered around 1000 hours that her wallet was missing from the vehicle. Also stolen from the vehicle was an iPhone 8+.

On 9/15/2018 at approximately 1246 hours, Officer was dispatched to Brunswick Rd in regard to a burglary. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who advised that he does not live at the Brunswick Rd address but does own the home and lets his son live there. The complainant went on to state that his son recently passed away so he along with his wife and other son have been taking care of the property. The complainant advised that he, his wife, and son arrived at the property on 9/14/18 at approximately 1030 hours to clean up the house and clear out some items. They all left a few hours later and when they returned on today’s date, they noticed several items had been taken from the home. Missing were three guns, some knives, and other miscellaneous property.

On 09/15/2018 at 18:05 hours, Officer responded to a Burglary/Residential at Bartlett View Lane. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised her juvenile daughter called her at approximately 17:50 on the above date and told her an unknown person(s) entered her unlocked apartment via the front door and stole her Samsung TV from her apartment. The victim stated when she got home she spoke with a witness who stated he saw the known suspects carrying a black TV. Officer was unable to locate the witness and speak with him.

On 09/15/2018 at 18:52 hours, Officer responded to a property damage complaint at 7930 Hwy 64 (Malco). Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who is a security guard for the business. The complainant stated that he was approached by the victim and advised that the lock on the driver side front door of his vehicle #1 appeared to have been "punched". Officer made contact with victim who stated that he arrived to the movie theater at approximately 16:20 hours on 09/15/2018. He returned to his vehicle at approximately 18:40 hours on 09/15/2018 and observed that the lock on his driver side front door was damaged and the plastic covering around his steering wheel column was removed. No property was taken from the vehicle. While on scene, another victim approached and advised that the door lock on his vehicle #2 was also damaged. He observed the lock was punched and items were missing from his vehicle.

On 09/15/2018 at 19:27 hours, Officer responded to a Theft at 8500 Highway 64 (Sunrise Buick). Upon arrival, officer spoke with the manager who stated that he was walking the lot on today's date at 1600 hours and noticed an all black Nissan Maxima sitting in the Northwest corner of the lot. The Maxima was sitting there for several minutes, so he went to speak with them. At that time, they sped off at a high rate of speed through the parking lot. He later observed a GMC Denali truck sitting in the northwest corner of the lot on the frame with the rims and tires missing.

On 09/16/2018 at 02:17 hours, Officer responded to a Theft of Vehicle Parts/Accessories at Sunrise GMC, 8500 Highway 64. On arrival, the Officer spoke with Complainant/Security Guard who stated at approximately 0205 hours he heard a loud sound on the Northeast side of the building. He drove to the Northeast side of the building and observed two males carrying tires to Abra body parking lot. They got into a dark colored 4-door sedan and left South bound on Brunswick Rd. The Officer observed a black GMC Yukon that was sitting on rocks, with all four tires off the vehicle. Two of the tires were sitting by the car and the other two tires were missing.

On 09/16/2018 at approximately 23:29 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary at 2986 Kate Bond Rd, St. Francis Bartlett. On arrival officer made contact with the victim who advised that his vehicle had been broken into and that his firearm had been stolen. He arrived at the hospital at approximately 1630 hours and did not come back to the vehicle until approximately 2325 hours. When he got to his vehicle, he noticed that the key hole on the driver side door appears to have been pierced. His driver side door was unlocked and he noticed that the glove box was left open. His firearm was missing, but nothing else appears to have been taken.