Reports and Arrests

On March 5th, 2018 at approximately 1650 hours, Officers responded to 8480 Hwy 64 (Sams Club) in response to an auto burglary. Officers made contact with the victim who advised that at approximately 1530 hours he entered the store, and he exited the store at 16:30 hours and found his GMC Sierra, which was towing a trailer, to have been burglarized. The lock on his driver's side door was damaged. A money bag containing $1000.00 in small bills, 5 blank checkbooks, and a Ruger LCP pistol was missing from his locked vehicle. Officers observed the driver's side door lock to be punched with an unknown object.

On 3/5/18 at approximately 1938 hours, Officer responded to a vandalism complaint at Kings Cv. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with victim, who advised that she had several items damaged in her home. She noticed on 3/2/2018 that two of her vehicle tires were flat. She also discovered a large amount of sugar had been dumped into her fuel tank. The vehicle was secured in the garage on 3/1 and no one could have accessed it without first entering the residence. Her Samsung Television was also damaged. The complainant then showed Officer that her pool liner had been cut. She noticed that the water level in her pool was much lower than it should have been, and discovered the cut while inspecting the pool. A check had been taken from her check book and forged by her husband as well.

On 03/07/2018 at 00:10 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at Stage Road. Upon arrival, officer made contact with Complaint/victim who stated that when he exited the movie theater, he noticed that the back passenger window of his truck had been broken out. The only thing that was taken was a backpack filled with different electronic equipment. He arrived at the movie theater at approximately 2200 hours on 3-6-2018 and left at approximately 0000 hours on 3-7-2018.

On 3/7/18 at approximately 1220 hours, Officer was dispatched to Blackheath regarding suspicious circumstances. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who advised at approximately 1218 hours his son came in the house and told his dad that he just observed the suspect take packages off of the porch at Dana Cheryl Dr. He came outside to see a male, wearing dark jeans, black hoodie and a black cap, with approximately 3 packages in his hands, walking away from Dana Cheryl Dr. When He yelled at the man, "hey put those back!", the suspect ran and got into a dark in color vehicle with a paper temporary tag, and drove off.

On 3/7/2018 at approximately 1450 hours, Officer responded to 5688 Woodlawn, Bartlett High School, on a vandalism complaint. The victim advised that he arrived to his vehicle around 1400 hours and noticed his rear passenger side tire to have a slash mark on it. Victim believes this happened while he was in school today 0700-1400 hours.

On 03/07/2018 at 19:50 hours, Officer reported a memo at Bright Star Ln. Upon arrival, the Reporting Officer made contact with complainant who stated that she received a letter with a check in the amount of $2,330.00 from a person out of Toledo, ON. The check came with a letter that had instructions / steps on how and when to deposit the check and a point of contact. The complainant did not recognize the name on the check nor the Financial Institution and felt it was a scam. She not deposit or give out any personal bank information to the contact person indicated on the letter.

On 3/8/2018 at 11:20AM Officer was called to 2990 Kirby Whitten in regard to a theft. Upon arrival Officer spoke with the complainant who stated that on this date between 10:20AM and 11:20AM an unknown person/persons stole the doors off of a make table they had placed outside the back of the business.

On 03/08/2018 at approximately 1900 hours Reporting Officers responded to a burglary complaint. On arrival, Officers spoke with victim/complainant who stated that upon arriving home at approximately 1730 hours she noticed her Echo air compressor and Stihl gas weed eater were missing from her garage. The victim stated that she is sure that she put the garage door down before leaving for work and it was closed when she arrived home.

On 3/9/2018 at 12:02 hours, Officer was called to Sleepy Hollow Rd in regard to a theft. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant. The complainant stated that on 3/3/2018 between 12:00PM and 20:00PM she had construction workers at her home due to a sewage backup. At some point during that time frame, one of the workers stated that he saw another worker remove an Apple Ipod and an Apple Iphone from the residence. Once the construction workers were through at the residence they returned back to the shop located in Arlington, TN, and the witness stated that the suspect then showed him the diamond wedding ring that he had also stolen.

On 03-09-18 at approximately 1253 hours, Officer responded to 3730 Appling Rd, Bartlett Police Department, in regard to a fraud complaint. Officer spoke with complainant who stated she believes her sister in law has generated two loans in her name. The complainant was contacted by her niece, who warned her that her mother was out of prison and that she had better pull a credit report. When she did, she discovered that an unknown person opened two loans in her name.

On 3/10 /18 at 0133 hours, Officer observed suspect in operation of a pickup truck traveling east on Blackwell from Old Brownsville Rd. That vehicle had a tinted cover over the registration plate. A computer search of the displayed tag # revealed that the tag was switched from another vehicle. Officer obtained verbal consent from the suspect to search the vehicle. Officer located another TN registration plate under the driver seat of the vehicle. A further search of the vehicle revealed that the VIN plate on the dashboard was missing and the door sticker with the VIN was scratched off. Officer located a VIN # on a sticker on the inside of the hood. A computer search revealed that VIN matched the registration plate found inside the vehicle and the vehicle returned as stolen out of Memphis on February 20, 2017.

On 03/10/2018 at approximately 1814 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Building at 8400 Highway 64 at Walmart. Upon arrival, Officer made contact with complainant/ victim who stated that her phone was stolen. The victim stated that on this date at 1732 hours, she was on the shoe isle and trying on a pair of shoes to see if they fit and placed her gold IPhone 8 plus with a hot pink phone case on the shelf. Once the victim selected the pair of shoes, she left the area and continued shopping. At 1734 hours, the victim realized that she left her phone on the shelf on the shoe isle. The victim returned to the location where she placed her phone and noticed that it was missing.

On 3/11/18 at 0020 hours, Officers were dispatched to an alarm call at Summer Ave. (Sun Shine Mart). Upon arriving on scene at 0022 hours, officers discovered the front window was shattered, at which point they entered and cleared the business. Officer's observed the area behind the checkout counter was ransacked. Dispatch notified the business owner complainant who later made the scene. Approximately 140 packages of Newport cigarettes and a white trash can were stolen from the business. The damaged window and office door is estimated at over $1,000 repair.

On 03/11/18 at approximately 0828 hours, Officer was dispatched to 5984 Stage Rd (Kangaroo Gas Station) in regard to a robbery of a person. On arrival Officer spoke with the victim who advised that she posted a Samsung Note 5 cell phone on Facebook Marketplace. She advised that she was contacted through Facebook by someone wanting to purchase the phone. The victim set up to meet at the Kangaroo gas station on 5984 Stage Rd. The suspect advised that he would be in a white Nissan car. When she pulled up at the gas station she got out of her car and walked over halfway to the suspect’s vehicle. The suspect got out of his car and got into the passenger seat of her vehicle. The suspect looked at the phone and told her that he was going to take the phone for free, at which time he pulled out a black handgun and pointed it at her. The suspect told her to give him her purse but she told the suspect that she left it at home. The suspect then grabbed another Samsung phone belonging to the victim and got out of her car. The victim stated that she then drove up to the front of the store and ran inside for help saying that she just got robbed. After the Officer made scene, the victim was transported to HQ to speak with a Detective who will be investigating the case.

On 03/11/2018 at 16:10 hours, Officer responded to a theft at 6838 US 70 Hwy. On arrival contact was made with the victim who stated that a license plate was stolen from one of her work vehicles that was parked on her lot at 6838 Hwy 70. The tag was stolen sometime between 1800 hours on 3-10-18 and 1600 hours today.

On 03/11/2018 at approximately 1711 hours the Reporting Officer was dispatched to 3730 Appling Rd. (Bartlett Police Dept.) on a theft complaint. On arrival, the Officer spoke with the complainant/victim who said that she had a package stolen from her front porch on 3/10/2018. She told the Officer that she had a 32" TCL SmartTV (720p) delivered to her front door at 0853 hours (FedEx delivery conf. email received) on 03/10/18. She said that at approximately 1141 hours on 03/10/18, she received a social media message from a subject whom she does not know that stated she had a TV box with her name on it, but she would not answer anymore correspondence' to clarify where she was or how she got the TV. This is the time that the complainant looked and discovered that her TV package was missing from the front porch of her residence.

On 03/11/2018 at approximately 1711 hours, Officer responded to a Theft call at Doberman Cove. Upon arrival, Officer made contact with complainant/ victim who stated that on this date at 1500 hours; he noticed that his 2018 registration sticker was missing from his license plate. The victim advised that the last time he saw it on his license plate was 3/9/2018 at 1200 hours.