Reports and Arrests
On 02/04/2019 at 16:24 hours, Officer responded to 4210 Altruria Rd (Shops of Quail Ridge) regarding an auto burglary. Officer made contact with the victim who advised that her vehicle was broken into while parked in front of A Taste of the South. She exited the business and found that the driver's side rear smaller window was shattered. She advised that nothing was missing from the vehicle. Officer observed a mark on the outside frame of the window that is consistent with a prying motion.
On 02/05/2019 at 06:20 hours, Officer responded to Stonehill Dr. regarding suspicious circumstances. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated an unknown suspect was seen, via his Ring camera, attempting to gain access to his vehicle. The victim also had video on his Ring security system app that shows the same suspect attempting to break into a vehicle in the Blackheath / Hayling Cove area.
Officer made scene on Haying Cove and spoke to the victim who stated that an unknown suspect wearing a blue sweatshirt, blue pants, and black bloused boots, attempted to gain entry to his vehicle by pulling on the door handle. The suspect appearing to be wearing gloves at the time of the attempted auto burg. In the video, the suspect can be seen walking across the victim’s front yard towards his vehicle at which point the suspect can be seen shining a flashlight into the vehicle and pulling on the door handle which was locked. The suspect was unable to enter the vehicles.
On 02/05/2019 at 10:04 hours, Officer was dispatched to 2965 New Brunswick Rd (Abra Auto Body) regarding an auto burglary. On arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated that he parked his vehicle and later returned to discover that some unknown person(s) punched his driver's door lock, and stole his 800-1100 pioneer amp, 12" sub-woofer, Porter Cable Drill Set, and an OEM battery booster.
On 02/05/2019 at 10:53 hours, Officer responded to 7986 Highway 64, Hobby Lobby, regarding an auto burglary complaint. Officer spoke with the victim who stated that her vehicle was burglarized while parked on the south end of the Hobby Lobby parking lot. The victim stated the front driver side door lock was punched and the glove box was left open but nothing appeared to be missing.
On 02/05/2019 at 12:46 hours, Officer responded to Stage Hills regarding the report of an auto burglary. Upon arrival Officer spoke with the victim who advised that his vehicle had been burglarized. He stated that when he arrived at work at 0755 hours he parked his vehicle in the front parking lot on the south side of the building. When he returned to his vehicle at approximately 1245 hours he found the passenger side window to be broken and numerous items to have been stolen.
On 02/06/2019 at 16:15 hours, Officer was flagged down by a victim who advised his trailer was stolen from Stone Trace Dr. between 2/2/19 and 2/4/19. The complainant stated that he is renovating a house located on Stone Trace where he left the trailer. The victim described the trailer as 9' x 6' and having a metal wire floor and drop-down ramp.
On 02/06/2019 at 16:00 hours, Officer responded to Ellendale Electric, located at 7722 Highway 70, regarding an auto theft complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated, while he was away from the office completing a job, someone(s) had stolen his truck off the company parking lot. Officer observed video footage of the incident which shows a white sedan pull into the lot around 1120 hours 02/06/2019, pull up next to the victim's vehicle that was parked on the North/East side of the lot closest to Highway 70. The suspects backed into the parking space beside it and opened the driver door to conceal their moments as they attempted to gain entry into it by way of its passenger door. Officer then observed the vehicle exit the lot traveling E/B highway 70.
On 02/06/2019 at 16:28 hours, Officer responded to Downhill Rd regarding an attempted burglary. Officer made contact with the victim who advised that a screen on the rear of her home appeared to be pried. The victim believes an unknown suspect attempted to gain entry into her home but was unsuccessful. She stated that a screen to a window on the west side of the residence was lying in the yard and the door to one of her sheds in the backyard was open.
On 02/07/2019 at 08:12 hours Officer was dispatched to Pine Oak Lane regarding an auto burglary. Upon arrival, Officer was met by the victim who stated that an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle while it was parked in her driveway. The suspect is approx. (5'10"), weighing approx. (180lbs), wearing a hooded jump suit, balaclava and gloves. Video shows the suspect rummage through victim’s car and then go to the second vehicle in the driveway.
On 02/07/2019 at 09:14 hours Officer was dispatched to 2820 Shelby Street, AT&T, regarding theft of cable. Upon arrival, Officer was met by the Complainant who advised an unknown Suspect(s) entered through a locked gate with a key and stole approx. (100) feet of (1500) Pair Cable. The spool was located on the North of their lot behind a locked gate.
On 02/07/2019 at 10:37 hours, Officer was called to 4210 Altruria, suite 109, regarding an auto burglary that had just occurred. Upon arrival Officer spoke with the complainant who stated that he observed a male in the passenger side of the victim’s vehicle. The complainant stated he asked the suspect if the owner knew he was in the vehicle and the suspect responded yes. The complainant went to get the owner and observed the suspect flee East bound through the parking lot.
On 02/07/2019 at 20:25 hours, Officer responded to a theft complaint on Stage Rd. Officer spoke with victim who advised that she left her phone in her booth while she was on her lunch break at Chick-fil-A, 2940 Kirby-Whitten Pkwy. The victim stated she left at approximately 1850 hours and believes she left it in her seat. The victim advised she was sitting on the North wall in a booth next to the kitchen. The victim's husband went to Chick-fil-A to speak with a manager and see if someone found her phone. The victim stated her husband and the manager, reviewed the video surveillance and observed a tall male wearing a red shirt with dreads walk over to the booth she was sitting in and grab her phone.
On 02/07/2019 at 20:40 hours, Officer responded to a burglary on Quail Ridge Dr. On arrival Officer spoke with the victim who advised an unknown suspect attempted to break into his residence sometime between 02/05/19 through 02/07/19. The victim advised he last checked his front door on 02/05/19 at approx 1200 hours and there was no damage to it. On today's date at approx 2030 hours the victim stated he noticed his front door had been pried open. Officer observed the interior door to have damage and the dead bolt to the door was still locked keeping the suspect from entering the residence.
On 02/09/2019 at 13:51 hours, Officer responded to Sycamore View Rd regarding a theft complaint. Upon arrival, Officer made contact with victim who stated that he was in the backyard of his residence while his RedMax 7500 backpack blower was located in the driveway. The victim stated that he saw the backpack blower at approximately 1320 hours and, when he went back to the front, it was missing.
On 2/10/2019 at 10:48 hours, while in the area of the Infiniti Dealership located on Germantown Rd, Officer observed a blue (4) door 2017 Infiniti QX70 parked underneath the awning of the business. The vehicle had been propped up on logs, the wheels/tires had been stolen off of it and the passenger's side front door window had been busted out. The value of the (4) wheels/tires is approximately $8,000.00. While walking around the property, Officer discovered the entire front cap (headlights assemble, front bumper and hood) had been stolen off of a black (4) door 2015 Infiniti Q70I, which was parked in the rear of the building. Total amount of parts is approximately $15,000.00.