Reports and Arrests

On 11/28/2016 at approximately 1415 hours Reporting Officers responded to 7124 Highway 64 Suite 101 (Mojo's Cafe) regarding an Auto Burglary call. Upon arrival R/o spoke with complainant who stated that the business's food truck had been broken into. The last time she saw the vehicle in good condition was on 11/27/2016 at approximately 1400 hours. On 11/28/2016 at approximately 1400 hours she observed that the driver’s side window was broken and the driver side door was unlocked. There was nothing missing from the vehicle and estimated that the cost of the window was $100.

On 11/29/2016 at 19:40 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at Backyard Burger located at 2931 Kirby Whitten Rd. Upon arrival officer spoke with the com1plainant/victim who stated she arrived at work on the above date and possibly between 15:00 hours and 19:20 hours an unknown suspect went into her unlocked car which was parked on the south side of the business. The suspects stole $25.00 in cash and change which was located in her cup holder along with her keys that went to the business. The complainant stated when she went outside to retrieve the keys at approximately 19:30 hours she discovered her vehicle had been ransacked and the currency and keys were missing. The complainant stated she also noticed a pair of black and white Nike sandals in the back seat of her vehicle which did not belong to her and believes the shoes possibly belong to the suspect that broke into her vehicle. The shoes were taken and entered into evidence.

On 11/29/2016 at 16:05 hours, Officer's reported a memo at Peyton Randolph. Officer's received a theft in progress call with regarding two male blacks (suspect #1 / suspect #2) stealing packages from the door step. Dispatch advised the suspects were last seen running W/B towards Old Brownsville. Officer's arrived on the scene and began checking the area for suspects, but were unable to locate them. Officers made contact with the neighbor witness who stated she noticed the suspects standing on the front door step, ringing the doorbell at which point they grabbed a package and ran off. Both suspects were male blacks and were possibly in their late teens. Officer's spoke with another neighbor who stated his young siblings noticed the suspects taking the package at which point he saw the suspects running W/B towards Old Brownsville. Suspect #1 was a teenage male black, wearing a red hoodie and black jeans. Suspect #2 was a teenage male black, wearing a gray hoodie and possibly black jeans.

On 12-2-16 at approx. 1409 hrs. I was dispatched to Magnolia Woods in regard to a burglary. Upon arrival I spoke with the victims fiancée who advised that she arrived at her fiancée residence and found the side door to the residence open. She had already entered the residence and found that a tv and laptop had been stolen. Upon making entry into the residence I did observe a window that appeared to have been knocked out of the side entrance door in order to gain entry into the home. As I walked into the residence it appeared to have been ransacked with items thrown on the floor and drawers open and gone through. I did observe a tv (48 inch Insignia) that was missing from the living room entertainment center as well as Dell laptop that had been taken from the dining room table. I then made my way into the master bedroom and observed items thrown on the ground and a small white safe that had been opened and gone through.


On 12/04/2016 at 02:45 hours, Officer responded to a Vandalism at Memphis Arlington. On scene officer made contact with the victim who advised he heard a loud bang at approximately 02:30 hours and came outside to find his front glass door broken ($500). Officers did not observe any items in close proximity to the door that could have been used to break it and believe it was possible done with a bb or pellet gun. A photo of the door was entered into digital evidence. The total estimated value of the door was approximately $500.

On Monday 11/28/2016 at 18:20 hours Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at 3730 Appling, Headquarters Jail Lobby. I arrived and spoke to the complainant/ victim who advised his Tennessee Tag was stolen from his vehicle in his driveway on Bailey. The Victim advised he last saw his tag on the vehicle on Wednesday 11-22-2016 at approximately 2030 hours and noticed it missing on Thursday 11-23-2016 at approximately 0930 hours. The Victim was out of town for a few days and was unable to report it stolen until today. 

On 11/29/2016 at 11:59 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at 2629 Bartlett Blvd. (Freeman Park). Upon arrival contact was made with the complainant/victim. The victim advised that an unknown person(s) broke out the front passenger window of her 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe that was parked in the parking lot of Freeman Park and stole her purse that was sitting in the front driver’s side floor board. Her purse contained two credit cards (see property section). Evidence Technician made the scene and took 9 photos and processed the victimized vehicle. The photos were entered into digital evidence.

On 11/30/16 at approximately 0715 hrs I responded to Sycamore View regarding suspicious circumstances. I spoke with victim/complainant who stated that her son in law/suspect damage one of the residence iron storm doors. She left the residence at approximately 1430 hrs and returned home approximately 1830 hrs and did not notice the damage until 11/30/16 at approximately 0700 hrs. I observed an iron storm door with the frame and lock area to be pried outward. No entry to the residence was gained and damage is estimated at $500.



Lieutenant Todd Halford

Bartlett Police Department, Public Affairs and Education