Reports and Arrests
On May 14, 2018, at 0910 hours, Officer responded to a theft call at 6838 Summer Ave (JC Auto Repair). Upon arrival, Officers spoke with the complainant/manager who advised that on Saturday May 12th, 2018, around 2330 hours, a man they believe to be the suspect came to the closed business’ parking lot and stole a transmission out of a white Ford Ranger. The suspect then attempted to steal two sets of tires from two other cars parked on the lot.
On 5/15/18, at approximately 1312 hours, Officer was dispatched to Prairie View regarding a vandalism complaint. Upon arrival, Officer was met by the Victim/Complainant who advised that between 1130 hours and 1300 hours, on this date, unknown person(s) busted his vehicle's back glass. The vehicle was parked in the driveway of his parent’s house on Prairie View. Officer observed a small hole on the back glass, possibly from a bb/ pellet gun.
On 05/15/2018, at 14:50 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at 3015 Brunswick Rd (Lakeside). Officers spoke with the complainants/victims who are both employees at Lakeside. They advised officers that the driver side rear window had been busted out and her black leather bag was taken from one vehicle, and the rear passenger side window had been busted out from the second vehicle, but nothing was taken.
On 05/15/2018, at 1845 hours, Officer responded to an Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle call at Spotted Fawn Cv. Upon arrival, Officer made contact with the victim who stated that around February 2018 he let his girlfriend borrow his vehicle. He stated that he broke up with her and has been trying to get his car back since mid-February. The victim explained that he contacted her multiple times while he was gone for business, but was unable to reach her. On this date at 1800 hours, he was able to make contact with the suspect via phone. He advised her to return the vehicle or pay him $17,000 for the car or he will call the police. She was un-cooperative, so he decided to file a report.
On Wednesday May 16, 2018, at 0656 hours, Officers responded to a motor vehicle theft at Country Lane Dr. Upon arrival, officers made contact with victim/complainant about her vehicle that was stolen between the hours of 0230 and 0700 on this date. The complainant stated the vehicle was unlocked and the keys were left in the center console. Upon discovery of the missing vehicle, victim#2 checked in his vehicle to find that it had been rummaged through but nothing appeared to be missing.
On Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at approximately 0742 hours, Officers responded to an auto burglary at Patricia Ellen Dr. Upon arrival, officers made contact with victim/complainant who stated between the hours of 1000 on May 15, 2018 and 0700 on May 16, 2018, her vehicle was broken into through the front right passenger window. Officers observed the window to be broken with pry marks on the top of the door and hanging outside the vehicle. The victim stated that her purse was sitting in the front passenger floorboard.
On Wednesday May 16, 2018, at approximately 0901 hours, Officers responded to an auto burglary at Patricia Ellen Drive. Upon arrival, officers made contact with victim/complainant who stated that between 1145 hours on May 15, 2018 and 0745 hours on this day, an unknown suspect(s) entered her unlocked vehicle and stole $515.00 in cash from the center console.
On May 15, 2018, at 0930 hours, Officers spoke with victim/complainant at 3730 Appling Rd. about a theft that happened at her residence on Hampton Valley, on May 3, 2018. The complainant told Officers that on May 3, 2018, she was expecting a package from the United States Postal Service. She got an email from the postal service saying her package was delivered to her residence at 1317 hours. When she returned home the package was missing from her front porch.
On 05/16/2018, at approximately 16:50 hours, Officer responded to a vandalism complaint at Sleepy Woods Cv. On arrival, Officer spoke with complainant who stated that his vehicle was vandalized. The victim stated that he parked his vehicle on the street in front of his residence. The victim advised he has not accessed the vehicle in approximately three months. The victim stated when he attempted to open the driver and front passenger side doors today he was unable to. The victim advised that the locks appeared to have been tampered with.
On 05/16/2018, at 23:00 hours, Officer responded to a vandalism complaint at Wetgerbirnd Cir. Upon arrival, officer made contact with the complainant/victim who stated that there is a group of juveniles that live in the same neighborhood who are breaking her gate to her home. The gate was kicked in and was unable to be open until she fixed the broken board and latch. She believes that the kids kick her fence and gate when they arrive home from school and they are exiting the school bus at the corner of Wetherburns Cir and Brush Everhard St while she is at work.
On 05/17/2018, at approximately 0858 hours, Officer was dispatched to New Brunswick Rd (Abra Auto Body) in regard to an auto burglary that occurred on their lot. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who advised that sometime between 0600 hours and 0845 hours on today’s date, an unknown suspect(s) punched his driver side door lock on his vehicle and stole his touch screen and a handgun from the vehicle.
On Thursday, May 17, 2018, at approximately 1925 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary complaint at Raner Creek Dr. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who stated that his mother's vehicle was parked outside his residence and it was broken into overnight with some items stolen out of the vehicle. The vehicle was parked in front of the residence on the street. Officer observed no damage to the vehicle's windows, door handles, or locks. The victim stated that around 1800 hours the day before he was in the vehicle and might have left the vehicle unlocked.
On Thursday, May 17th, 2018, at approximately 2000 hours, Officer was dispatched to Bristol Woods Cv in regard to an auto burglary. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant/victim who advised that at approximately 0600 hours this morning, while exiting his residence; he noticed his left rear door opened on his vehicle. He arrived to his residence at 0100 hours, and his vehicle door was not opened. The vehicle was parked on the street in front of his residence and was locked. He noticed the lock on the left rear door was punched in and several items were missing from his vehicle. Officer observed scratches on the lock of the left rear door, however the complainant had repaired the lock prior to Officer's arrival.
On 05/18/2018 at 16:00 hours, Officer responded to a theft complaint at Sycamore Manor Cv. Officer spoke with the victim at police headquarters. The suspect advised that the suspect stole $180 from him. At approximately 1015 hours the suspect was at the victim’s residence to do some house work and at around 1100 hours the suspect said he was ready to leave, though the work was not done. The victim drove the suspect to a meeting and when he got back home he noticed $180 was missing
On 05/19/2018 at 07:38 hours, Officer responded to a theft complaint at the CookOut restaurant, 7970 U.S. 64 Hwy. The complainant stated that her purse was stolen from the store's office yesterday between the hours of 0715 and 1000.
On Saturday, May 19, 2018, at approximately 1026 hours, Officers responded to a burglary at Highway 70. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the complainant/victim who stated that his storage building was burglarized between the hours of 1200 on 5/19/2018 and 0930 of this date. The victim stated that unknown suspect(s) entered through the unlocked gate and unlocked rear door to steal several car/engine parts.
On 05/20/2018 at 01:11 hours, Officer responded to an aggravated robbery at Yates St. Officers made scene and spoke with the complainant/victim who stated that at approximately 0045 he was robbed at gunpoint in front on Yates St by 3 male blacks driving a dark colored 4 door sedan with a pink steering wheel cover. He was attempting to sell his Iphone 7 to an individual he had contacted through Snapchat. The individual wanting to buy his phone, Suspect #1, parked the vehicle across the street and had two other individuals in the backseat of the vehicle. While sitting in the front passenger seat of the vehicle Suspect #1 asked to see Iphone 7 that he was selling. Suspect #1 then asked to see his Samsung cellphone as well. When he gave Suspect #1 the cellphone the individual in the rear passenger seat, Suspect #2, jumped out the car and pulled him out of the vehicle by his shirt and pointed a gun at him. Suspect #2 took his wallet from him and Suspect #1 was pointing a gun at him at the same time as well. The vehicle then took off but he was unable to describe the possible make/model or further description other than it was a dark 4 door sedan with a pink steering wheel cover. The victim stated that all 3 suspects appeared to be around 18-20 years old and that they pulled pistols from their waistbands.
On 05/20/2018 at 14:04 hours, Officer responded to a vandalism complaint at Hwy 70 near Brunswick Farms. While on routine, Officer observed that an unknown individual had used construction adhesive to attach two additional signs to the "Welcome to the City of Bartlett" sign. The adhesive would not come off the sign.