Reports and Arrests


    On 01/07/2019 at 16:45 hours, Officer responded to a theft on Shadow Fork Cove. On arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised she ordered nutrition supplies and had them delivered to her residence. The victim stated she received a notification that the package was delivered to her front door. The victim advised that when she got home there wasn't a package at her front door.

    On 01/08/2019 at 19:29 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at 8470 Hwy 64 (Firebird's). The victim advised that, sometime between 18:15 hours and 19:10 hours on the above-mentioned date, an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and took a Vera Bradley bag that contained a Dell Laptop. The victim stated that the unknown suspect broke the rear passenger side window of her Chevrolet Tahoe bearing and entered the vehicle through the broken window.

     On 01/08/2019 at 2123 hours, Officer responded to 3730 Appling Rd regarding a theft from a motor vehicle. The victim advised that as she picked up her child at Ivy League Learning Center, 2775 Stage Center, her phone and wallet were stolen from her vehicle. The victim stated that her vehicle was left unlocked while she was inside the daycare.

     On 01/09/2019 at 1059 hours, Officer was dispatched to 6836 Stage Rd (Game Xchange) regarding a robbery. The victim advised that a male suspect wearing a gray beanie, gray zip up hoodie with a dark blue undershirt, and black and gray camo pants, with an unknown tattoo on his left hand, came into the store and stole two cell phones. The victim stated that at approx. 1040 hours the suspect walked into the store wanting to purchase a cell phone. The victim advised that he then selected a gold iPhone XS Max and a black Samsung Galaxy S9 out of the display case to show the suspect. The victim advised that the suspect then took both phones and started walking toward the exit. The victim stated that he then got in front of the suspect and told him you don't want to do this. The victim advised that the suspect then grabbed him by the shirt and dragged him out of the business. The victim stated that while the suspect was dragging him out of the business the suspect stated "I'm taking the phones I got a gun". The victim advised that the suspect also pulled out a wrench and threatened him while he was being dragged. The victim advised that after the suspect let him go he ran North West behind the business.

    On 01/09/2019 at 14:30 hours, Officer was called to 3730 Appling Rd regarding a theft of a license plate from a vehicle. The victim stated that on 1/8/2019 between 13:50 hours and 14:30 hours he and his wife were walking at the park located behind the recycling center located at 5890 Stage Rd. He stated that during their walk an unknown suspect removed his TN license plate from their 2010 Chevrolet Impala that was parked at the same location.

    On 01/09/2019 at 21:20 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle on Shadow Pine CV. The victim stated that she believes her black leather purse was stolen out of her vehicle. The victim stated she was only out of her vehicle for about five minutes but acknowledge she did leave her vehicle unlocked to retrieve her children from daycare.

    On 01/11/2019 at 1710hrs, Officer responded to 7480 Hwy 70, Hearthside Assisted Living, on a theft complaint. The victim advised that, sometime during the holidays, her gold and silver Viox/Bullova watch went missing. Officer spoke with another victim who advised that her gold ring went missing around the same time.


    On 01/12/2019 at 02:57 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle on Baird Ln. The victim stated at 02:52 hours his wife was leaving the home when she observed 3 young males rummaging around inside the victims 2011 Ford crown Vic. The complainant stated that the suspects immediately fled when confronted. The complainant stated nothing was missing from the vehicle.

    On 01/12/2019 at 07:52 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle on Elmore Park Road. The victim advised between 01/11/19 at 2030 hours and 01/12/19 at 0750 hours an unknown subject(s) entered his unlocked Nissan Pickup that was parked in the driveway of his residence. The victim advised nothing is missing.

    On 01/12/2019 at 15:20 hours, Officer responded to a Theft at 2956 Germantown Rd (Nissan). The complainant advised that at approximately 1445 hours a newer model Black Infiniti M35x with tinted windows pulled onto the back of the business lot. The complainant advised security footage shows an unknown suspect approach a white 2019 Nissan Altima at the back of the lot and begin to take the wheels off the vehicle. The Complainant stated once the unknown suspect took the wheels off, he placed them into the black Infiniti and left the lot at 1505 hours.

    On 01/12/2019 at 16:00 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle on Oakbrook Cv. The victim stated he believes his firearm was stolen from his vehicle. The victim stated he arrived home from work at approximately 0530 hours and left his vehicle unlocked. He stated at approximately 0545 hours, he returned to the vehicle and retrieved groceries. He stated he then locked his vehicle and went inside. He stated at approximately 1600 hours he unlocked the vehicle and noticed his book was removed from the center console and placed onto the passenger seat, at which point he noticed his firearm was stolen from the center console. The firearm is a Smith& Wesson Chief Special .38 Revolver, stainless color with a wooden handle.

    On 01/12/2019 at 18:35 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle on Barwick Dr. The victim stated that her vehicle was broken into. The victim stated she came outside at approximately 1600 hours of this day and noticed her driver side front door to be cracked open. The victim found her glove compartment to be open and two Wells Fargo debit cards and two Lender's Credit Union debit cards to be missing. The victim advised that she locked her door last night. The officer observed evidence of forced entry on the driver side front pillar of the vehicle causing approximately $500 in damage.

    On 01/13/2019 at 0758 hours, Officer responded to Alfred Rd. regarding an auto burglary. The victim stated that he had just installed a camera on 1-12-19 and caught an individual going through his vehicles at approximately 0300 on 1-13-19. The video shows that the suspect has his face partially covered and is wearing gloves. The suspect is also possibly carrying a screwdriver. The complainant stated that nothing was missing from his vehicles.

    On 01/13/2019 at 0900 hours, Officer was dispatched to Harmon Cv. regarding an auto burglary complaint. The victim stated that, over the weekend, an unknown suspect went through her vehicle. She received a text from a neighbor about some cars in the area being broken into overnight and she went outside to check her vehicles. That is when she noticed that the glove compartment of her truck was open and a bag that was sitting in the back seat had been gone through. The victim said that the doors to her truck were locked but Officer observed no damage to the door or the lock.

    On 01/13/2019 at 1207 hours, Officer was dispatched to Barwick Drive regarding an auto burglary complaint. The victim stated that between 1930 hours on Friday, January 11th and 0800 hours on Saturday the 12th, an unknown suspect(s) went through his unlocked truck that was parked in his driveway. The victim stated that on Saturday morning he noticed the glove compartment and center console of his black Chevrolet Silverado truck were open and the contents had been removed.