Reports and Arrests
On 03/11/2019 at 16:05 hours, Officer responded to a theft of vehicle parts at 3060 Germantown Rd., Infiniti of Memphis. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who stated an unknown suspect(s) broke the driver window and stole the front bumper, grill and headlights off an Infiniti Qx50 and damaged the front passenger side bumper on an Infiniti Qx70. The complainant stated he had video of a silver or white newer model Cadillac compact SUV and observed two suspects possibly males exit the Cadillac and begin taking parts off the Qx50.
On 03/12/2019 at 10:15 hours, Officer was dispatched to 7498 A. E Beaty Drive at Brims Food Company regarding a theft. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with complainant who stated that a 48-foot Wabash trailer was missing. The complainant reviewed the business' security cameras and observed a blue/white tractor load it up and exit the lot onto Brother Boulevard.
On 03/12/2019 at 11:55 hours, Officer responded to a theft from yard on Beechill Dr. The victim advised that an unknown suspect stole a package from the front patio of her residence. The package contained one pair of Artix foldable wired headphones valued at $20. The suspect was wearing a blue Nike hoodie and occupying a red 4 door vehicle.
On 03/12/2019 at 13:17 hours, Officer responded to 3730 Appling Road, Bartlett Justice Center, regarding a theft. Upon arrival, Officer contacted the victim who stated that a UPS package containing a Dyson V8 Absolute vacuum cleaner (valued at $349.99) was stolen from her front porch.
On 03/12/2019 at 20:33 hours, Officer responded to Abigail Bluffs Dr regarding a theft. Officer contacted the victim who advised that the battery to his van appeared to have been cut out of the engine compartment. He stated that he opened the hood and discovered the battery to be missing and the wires that attached to the battery to be cut.
On 03/13/2019 at 08:14 hours, Officer was dispatched to Carraway Cv. regarding an auto burglary. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised that his unlocked silver Acura was burglarized by an unknown suspect while it was parked in the parking lot. The victim advised that he left his black wallet inside the center console and when he went to get in his vehicle to leave for work on toady's date, he found the center console open and his wallet missing. While on scene, the victim stated that his wife's Toyota Suv had also been burglarized. The victim stated that his wife found the center console to her vehicle had been gone through but nothing was taken. The victim advised that his wife believes she locked the vehicle however there were no signs of forced entry to the vehicle.
On 3/14/2019 at 12:30 hours, Officer was called to Stage Rd regarding a vandalism to a residence. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated that an unknown person busted a glass panel on two of her sliding doors on the back side of the residence. The value of the damaged glass doors is estimated to be $600.00.
On 3/15/2019 at 05:23 hours, Officer responded to a theft from motor vehicle on Eastbriar. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated that his vehicle had been rummaged through sometime during the night. The victim stated that he accidentally left his vehicle unlocked but did not find anything missing from the vehicle.
On 03/15/2019 at 06:30 hours, Officer responded to Stone Lake Drive regarding an auto burglary. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised that some time over the night his unlocked vehicle had been rummaged through and several items were missing.
On 03/15/2019 at 09:39 hours, Officer responded to Richfield Dr regarding a theft from a motor vehicle complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim, who stated that his unlocked vehicles had been burglarized. The victim stated that a Garmin GPS ($40) and a log book ($10) had been stolen from the F-150 and an Under Armor bag ($50) had been stolen from the Volkswagen. The total cost of the items stolen was $100.
On 03/15/2019 at 17:09 hours, Officer was dispatched to 3730 Appling Rd. (Bartlett Police Dept.) on an automobile burglary complaint. On arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who said that his truck was burglarized in the parking lot of his residence on Stonetrace Dr. He advised that his truck was unlocked during the time of the burglary and that his vehicle was not damaged during the incident. He advised that 2 pairs of Oculs Binoculars were stolen ($230 & $200 value) and a camouflage storage bag ($50 value) were stolen from the unlocked vehicle during the theft.
On 03/16/19, Officer responded an auto burglary report at 3730 Appling Road. Officer spoke to the victim who advised that an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle which was parked at her residence on Baird Lane. The suspect(s) stole (1) Apple phone charger (value $40). Nothing else was taken.