Reports and Arrests
On Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at approximately 1101 hours officer responded to Oak Walk Cove in regard to a vandalism. Upon arrival officer spoke with complainant / victim who stated that between 10/7/2016 at 0900 hours and 10/11/2016 at 1100 hours and unknown suspect shot BB's through their back double windows of their residence. Officer observed five(5) holes in the windows and three(3) BB's laying between the window and screen of the window. The victim stated that they have a cat that sits on the window ledge and that someone may have been targeting their cat. Officer observed the entry points of the holes to angle in the direction of the Briar Trail Cove residence. Officer also observed that a second floor window of the Briar Trail Cove residence did not contain a screen and was in direct line of site to the victim's back windows.
On 10-11-16 at approx. 1717 hrs. I was dispatched to Austin Cv. in regard to a theft. Upon arrival I spoke with the complainant who advised that her sister had just recently passed away and that she was taking care of her belongings. The complainant then stated that the family had rented a semi electric medical bed and a patient lift to help with her sisters medical issues. The complainant then advised that after her sister passed away she called to notify them that they would no longer need the bed and lift and asked them to send someone out to pick them up. The complainant then stated that on 9-27-16 a worker for picked up the bed but did not pick up the lift. The complainant stated that she called the company back and on 10-5-16 she went to meet the worker that was supposed to pick up the lift but when she arrived at her deceased sisters residence she noticed the lift was no longer there. The complainant advised that the last time she saw the lift was on 10-2-16 and also stated that she believes one of her sisters care takers may be responsible. The complainant stated that she believes it has to be someone that knew the lift was in the house and knew the code to open the garage.
On 10/11/2016 at 15:10 hours, Officer responded to a vandalism complaint at 5800 block of Stage Rd. Complainant victim stated that she was traveling West bound Stage Rd near Sycamore View when an unknown male black suspect in a GMC Yukon threw a "Blue Similac Infant Formula" can directly at her car, striking the vehicle, because she attempted to merge in their lane. Officer observed a minor scratch above the rear driver side tire where the can was thrown and struck her vehicle.
On 10/12/2016 at 19:10 hours, Officer responded to a Burglary/Residential at Clair Douwie. Officers arrived on the scene and spoke with the victim. The victim advised he left for work this morning around 0737 hours and later returned around 1800 hours. The victim advised when he walked inside his home he noticed the security alarm was blinking. The victim walked into the kitchen at which point he discovered the rear window was open, along with the blinds. The victim advised nothing was missing from inside his home at this time.
On 10/13/2016 at 12:30 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Yard at Sycamore View. Sometime between 0000 hours on 10/12/16 and 1145 hours on 10/13/16 a radar speed display sign was stolen from utility pole #14053. The sign was held in place by a metal band and wood screws, which were also stolen. The sign connected to a Solarland 40 watt solar panel which was mounted above the sign on the same pole. The solar panel power cord which connected to the speed display sign had been cut.
On 10-14-16 at approximately 1315 hrs I was dispatched to 7124 Hwy 64 suite #111 (Memphis Bbq Supply) in regards to a theft. Upon arrival I spoke with the victim/complainant/owner who advised that his company trailer had been stolen sometime between 1915 hrs on 10-13-16 and 1300 hrs on 10-14-16. At the time the trailer was stolen it was parked behind the business and had pad locks on the doors and locks going through the tires.
Reporting Officer on 10-14-2016 at 1258 made contact with the compl at 3730 Appling Rd regarding theft of a bicycle. Compl. advised between the hours of 0700 10-13-2016 and 0700 10-14-2016 unknown person(s) entered the open carport of her residence at Steven Franklin and removed a bright green 18" boys BMX style "18" model bicycle valued at $135.
On Friday October 14, 2016 at approximately 1905 hours Officer was dispatched to Gordon Bernard Cv in regard to an alarm. I arrived at approximately 1913 hours and discovered that the back door had been kicked in. The Victim stated she left the residence for dinner at approximately 1847 hours and then received an email from her alarm company at 1858 hours. After clearing the residence, the victim advised that her black Vizio flat screen approximately 40-45 inch smart LED TV valued at approximately $500 was missing from in the den. The victim's bedroom clothes drawers near her bed had been pulled out and rummaged through. The unknown suspect(s) also removed a drawer from a jewelry box and placed it on the opposite counter in the master bathroom. The unknown suspect(s) entered the residence through the back door causing approximately $500 damage. The suspect(s) used a combination of smashing a plant pot and garden globe into the back door lock and handle. The suspect kicked in the back door leaving a footprint on the inside glass of the double glass window of the door after the outer glass had been shattered. A black RCA TV antenna was found lying on the floor in front of the TV cabinet.
On 10-16-16 at approximately 1348 R/O was called to Hillman Way in regard to an auto theft. Upon arrival R/O spoke with the Complainant-Victim who stated that unknown person(s) stole her 2002 White Ford F-350 from the driveway of the residence between 1900 10-15-16 and 0530 10-16-16. The Complainant stated that the doors were unlocked and that the keys to the vehicle were under the driver’s seat. The Complainant could provide no further description of the vehicle or Suspect(s). The estimated value of the truck is $30,000.00.
Lieutenant Todd Halford
Bartlett Police Department, Public Affairs and Education