Reports and Arrests

On 10-17-16 Ofc. responded to  Bartlett Elementary, in regard to a vandalism complaint. I spoke with complainant who stated that sometime between 10-01-16 at approximately 1700hrs and 10-07-16 at approximately 1500hrs an unknown person keyed her 2001 Toyota. The principal will review surveillance footage upon completion of a police report. The damage is estimated at $500. 

On (10/17/16) at approx. (1025)hrs. Officer was dispatched to Vallendar Cv. regarding Suspicious Circumstances. Upon arrival, Officer was met by the Victim/Complainant who believes that sometime between (10/14/16) at approx. (0800)hrs. and (10/17/16) at approx. (1020)hrs. unknown suspect(s) pulled out the window screen on the southeast side of the house. This window is located in the Master Bedroom. The unknown suspect(s) appeared to have placed both hands on the window and pulled down on the glass. Officer made the scene, taking photographs and lifting one set of latent prints. There was no sign of entry

On 10/17/16 @ approx. 1255, Officer responded to Countryhill, in regard to suspicious circumstances. I spoke to the victim/complainant. When his wife arrived home today for lunch @ approx. noon, she observed a white Cadillac with Dallas Cowboys stickers on it, backed into her garage. His wife observed a heavy set black male in the garage.  The male left without incident.

On 10/17/2016 at 15:05 hours, Officer responded to Vandalism/ possible Attempted Auto Burglary at The Bartlett Senior Center, 5727 Woodlawn. R/O made contact with complainant/ victim who advised that the rear D/S window to her Toyota Camry had been shattered. The victim stated that nothing had been taken from her vehicle, as she does not store anything of value in it. The victim state that she parked the vehicle at approximately 10:00, and discovered the damage at approximately 15:00. R/O observed the damage and noted that it appeared consistent with being struck by a foreign object.

On October 18, 2016 at approx 0910hrs Officer responded to Franie in regard to an attempted auto theft. On scene, I spoke with the victim / complainant who advised that an unknown person or persons, broke into his enclosed trailer and attempted to steal his truck, a 1994 Ford F-150 and the attached trailer which were parked in front of the residence. He advised that he parked the truck and trailer at approx 0036hrs on 10/18/16 and he was asleep until approximately 0800hrs. He noticed that the passenger side glass of his truck, which is a sheet of plexiglass, was lying on the ground and when he went outside to fix the window, he noticed two locks were cut from the back of the trailer. Nothing was stolen from the trailer, but a Husqvarna backpack blower was stolen from inside the truck or truck bed.

On Tuesday, 10/18/2016, at approximately 13:09 hrs, R/O responded to 3730 Appling on an auto burglary complaint. R/O spoke with victim/complainant. He stated that an unknown suspect(s) entered into his unsecured black Dodge Ram truck, while it was parked on the lot of 7427 Hwy 64 (Lenny's Sub Shop). Upon gaining entry into the vehicle, the suspect(s) stole his gray Paragon backpack ($50.00). Inside of the backpack was (1) Apple Air Mackbook ($1400.00), (1) pair of lime green/gray Beats by Dre headphones ($150.00), (1) "Teaching Gymnastics" textbook ($75.00) and another textbook ($75.00). This incident occurred on 10/17/2016, between 1915 hrs and 2000hrs.


On 10/19/2016 at 23:13 hours, Officer responded to a Burglary/Residential at Sungate Circle. Upon arrival, I spoke with the complainant / victim who advised that sometime between 10:00 hours and 22:00 hours on 10/19/2016, an unknown suspect entered her back yard through an unlocked gate and took lawn furniture from the back patio.

On 10-21-16 at approximately 0816hrs I was dispatched to 6722 Highway 70 at Hollywood Feed in regards to a burglary complaint. Employee arrived at the business on toady's date at approximately 0745hrs and found the front glass door shattered and appeared that an unknown suspect(s) made entry into the building. Officers arrived on scene and cleared the building. While officers were clearing the business, they observed small shards of glass by the cash registers which officers believed to have been left by the suspects' shoes while suspects' were looking through registers. All 3 cash register drawers were opened but  they leave them open over night with no cash in them.  It did not appear that anything was taken but she would know for sure as soon as they complete an inventory of the store.



Lieutenant Todd Halford

Bartlett Police Department, Public Affairs and Education