Reports and Arrests
On 01/16/2017 at 08:57 hours, Officers responded to Theft complaint at 5800 Ferguson, Mallory Automotive. The complainant stated that between 01/02/2017 and 01/16/2017 a Toyota 4runner and a Honda CRV parked outside his business each had the catalytic converter removed from them. The time frame at which the vehicles were damaged coincides with the same time frame as two other Toyota vehicles that had their catalytic converters removed. The suspect from that incident currently has a warrant for his arrest.
On 01/18/2017 at 10:24 hours, Officer responded to Vandalism at 3800 Greenleaf (Ellendale Park). Upon arrival reporting officer made contact with complainant/city employee who stated that the Men's restroom located at the East side of the building had been vandalized. The toilet had been broken and total damage is approximately $500.00.
On 1/18/17 at approx. 1543hrs, Officer responded to a theft complaint at Stage Hills. Upon arrival Officer spoke with complainant who advised that two of her company's vehicle's license plates were stolen at an unknown time. Officer did observe a camera in the area was pointed towards the western most driveway. Video will be reviewed.
On 01/18/2017 at 1915 hours, Officers responded to a MVT/Truck at 8500 Highway 64. Upon arrival Officers made contact with complainant who stated that a truck was missing from the lot. The vehicle was a Demo Vehicle 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 double cab. The vehicle is worth approximately $47,000. The vehicle was last seen on the car lot on 1/1/2017 and was noticed missing 1/18/2017. OnStar was notified about the missing truck but was unable to locate the vehicle.
On 01/20/2017 at 08:08 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at 6800 Stage. Upon arrival reporting officer made contact with complainant/victim who stated that on 01/18/2017 at approximately 19:30 hours he noticed that $200.00 was missing from his bank deposit bag that was located in the armrest of his 2004 Escalade. He is a regular customer at a local Car Wash and on 01/18/2017 he had his vehicle washed at approximately 10:15 am hours and had a bank deposit bag containing $800.00 in the armrest. When arrived home that evening, he grabbed his bank deposit bag to verify the deposit and noticed he was missing $200 in twenties. The reporting officer spoke with the on duty manager and the manager advised that he will continue to do an internal investigation and will contact Bartlett Police Department with any further information.
Lieutenant Todd Halford
Bartlett Police Department, Public Affairs and Education