Reports and Arrests
On 06/24/2019 at 15:48 hours, Officer was on patrol in the parking lot of 8400 Hwy 64, Walmart. Officer observed a vehicle, parked along the fire lane, in front of the grocery entrance to the business. Officer performed a computer check of the tag which came back as a stolen vehicle out of Memphis. As Officer approached the vehicle, the suspect exited the vehicle and was detained. While Officer was speaking with the suspect, another suspect exited Walmart and entered the driver seat of the stolen vehicle and attempted to flee the scene. Officer opened the driver’s door of the stolen vehicle and attempted to pull the suspect from the vehicle. The suspect then put the vehicle into drive and drove off while Officer was still holding onto her inside the vehicle. Officer reached in and placed his foot onto the brakes and put the stolen vehicle into park. Officer was able to remove the suspect from the vehicle and place her into custody.
On 06/25/2019 at 09:30 hours, Officer made contact with a victim at 3730 Appling Rd regarding false pretenses. The victim advised she placed her information on a website while seeking a job. She was contacted via email from Royal Flush Plumbing Company regarding a personal assistant job. The victim provided all of her personal information to the suspects. The victim was advised she was to be a personal assistant and this company would be doing work through orphanages. The victim received a check in the amount of $3850.00 which she deposited in her checking account. She was told by an employee at the bank that the check was good and funds would be available in two days. The victim was told to purchase several Amazon gift cards ($600) and three $1000 Money orders. The victim later noticed her checking account was $3850 overdrawn.
On 06/25/2019 at 09:53 hours, Officer responded to Abigail Bluffs Drive regarding a fraud complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated that she was attempting to buy a French bulldog on Craig's List from a suspect who allegedly lives in Collierville. The victim stated she paid the suspect $400 through a cell phone app called Cash App. The victim was going to give the suspect another $400 when she picked the dog up from the suspect. Once the suspect had received the initial $400, she then ceased all communication. The victim called the suspect's phone from a different number and spoke with the suspect who stated that she was not going to give back her money because she did not have a job and needed money to take care of her child.
On 6/25/2019 at 19:00 hours, Officer responded to Chaucer Ln regarding an assault complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated he was driving westbound Stage Rd near Old Brownsville and was "run off the road" by a white sedan which was occupied by two females. The victim stated the white sedan came up behind him and then changed lanes to get beside him. At this point, the suspect vehicle came over into his lane, which caused the victim to drive up over the curb onto the sidewalk to avoid a collision. The victim stated he regained control and attempted to catch back up to the vehicle to obtain the tag information. Once the victim caught back up with the suspect vehicle, the suspect passenger threw a cup of ice on the victim and then drove away. The victim advised that the actions of the suspects, while in control of a motor vehicle, placed him in fear for his safety, and he believes that they intentionally forced him from the roadway.
On 06/26/2019 at 16:20 hours, Officer responded to a fraud on Areka Hill. On arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised she received a call from Enterprise Rentals in Kentucky. She stated they advised her rental would be ready for pickup this afternoon. The victim advised she did not make an inquiry about a rental. The victim said Enterprise advised her that someone used her information to get a rental.
On 06/27/2019 at 06:49 hours, Officer responded to Ruskin Road regarding a theft complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated the license plate from her vehicle was stolen while the vehicle was parked in her driveway.
On 06/28/2019 at 00:01 hours Officer responded to a theft from motor vehicle on Ole Bartlett Ct. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated an unknown suspect broke her rear driver’s side door window on her vehicle and stole her Louis Vuitton Wallet from her purse.
On 06/29/2019 at 16:18 hours, Officer responded to a theft at 6105 Stage Rd, Red Hook. Upon arrival, Officer made contact with the complainant who advised two suspects ordered and ate their food while they sat at the bar. The complainant advised both suspects refused to pay for the food that they ate and left the restaurant, passing all points of sale, without paying.
On 06/30/2019 at 12:00 hours, Officer responded to Starway Dr regarding a burglary complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated the following items were missing from his garage, a Husqvarna blower ($200) and an Echo grass trimmer ($220).
On 06/30/2019 at 17:00 hours, Officer reported a motor vehicle theft on Sugarcrest Dr. The victim stated his vehicle was missing from his driveway.
On 07/01/2019 at 11:25hrs, Officer was dispatched to 3730 Appling Road in the jail lobby regarding a theft complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated he was at Tuesday Morning, located at 2853 Bartlett Boulevard, on 6-29-19 and placed his black wallet beside the cash register and later found that the wallet was missing.
On 07/02/2019 at 14:45 hours, Officer responded to 3730 Appling regarding an attempted robbery of an individual. Officer made contact with the victim who advised he was traveling westbound on Ivanhoe, approaching Bartlett Blvd, when a male suspect, walking on foot, waved him over. The victim advised the suspect was walking eastbound on Ivanhoe on the North side of Ivanhoe. The victim stated that he pulled over, at which time the suspect walked to the passenger side of the vehicle and asked him directions to Kroger. The victim stated he gave the suspect directions, at which point the suspect presented a purple handgun and said "Give me everything you've got or I will kill you". The victim stated that he attempted to drive away from the suspect, at which time the suspect grabbed the handle, located inside the passenger's side of the vehicle and clung to the outside of the vehicle while it was in motion. The victim stated he then took his right hand and pushed the suspect's firearm and hand towards the windshield, at which time a single round was fired. The victim stated that shortly after the shot was fired, the suspect fell off of the vehicle. The victim described the suspect as a black male, approximately 5'10 tall, and approximately 180 lbs., wearing a white tank top, blue jeans, and a high top haircut.
On 07/02/2019 at 21:30hrs, Officer responded to 5810 Stage rd., Polished Hair and Nail Salon, on an auto burglary complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who advised someone broke into her vehicle. The driver side door handle had been pried off but the unknown suspect did not gain entry into her vehicle.
On 07/03/2019, Officer responded to 3730 Appling Rd. regarding a theft. Officer spoke to the victim who stated she purchased some items at Kroger, 5995 Stage Rd. and realized she left her small purse in the basket. She stated she went back and the purse was gone. The victim stated she spoke with customer service and they stated no one had turned it in.
On 07/03/2019 at 16:50 hours, Officer responded to a theft from building on Shadow Fork Rd. Officer arrived on scene and spoke with the victim who stated she was grocery shopping at 7615 Highway 70, Kroger, and placed her phone on the counter and accidentally left it there. The victim stated she returned to the business a short time later and was unable to locate the phone.
On 07/04/2019 at 19:46 hours, Officer responded to a robbery at Casa Perez #2, 6837 Sumer Ave. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who stated a male Hispanic suspect entered the store between 1940 and 1945 hours and robbed her at gun point. The victim described the suspect as very skinny with short, curly hair and wearing gray baggy clothing with a ripped shirt over his face. The victim gave the suspect money, at which point he fled the scene. The suspect entered an older model Honda Civic and left W/B Summer Ave and turned S/B Old Whitten.
On 07/05/2019 at 12:27 hours, Officer responded to a vandalism at Davies Plantation Park. Upon arrival, Officer made contact with two city employees from Park and Recreation who just arrived at the Park on their regular routine. The employees noticed graffiti on the rock climbing wall and slide. They advised they are able to remove the paint from the playground equipment by using graffiti wipes.
On 07/05/2019, at 14:13 hours, Officer responded to 3730 Appling on a fraud complaint. Officer spoke with the victim who stated she met a suspect in the parking lot of 5995 Stage Rd., Kroger, to sell her phone. When the suspect arrived, he handed her (4) $20.00 bills and she handed him the cell phone. The suspect drove off in a silver Ford 500 with black rims. After he left, the victim discovered that the $20.00 bills were counterfeit.
On 07/06/2019 at 01:20 hours, Officer was dispatched to Centralia Rd regarding an attempted auto burglary. Upon arrival, officer made contact with the victim who stated he was working on a vehicle in his driveway when he saw, what looked like a red Camaro, “creeping” down the street. The Camaro then stopped next to his vehicle, which was parked on the street. The victim then noticed the dome light come on inside his truck, indicating the door had been opened. The victim began yelling at the suspects and they got back into the Camaro and sped off, east bound toward Oak Rd.
On 07/06/2019 at 03:30 hours, Officer was on routine patrol in the area of 3108 N Germantown Pkwy., N Germantown Plaza. Officer observed a suspicious vehicle backed into a parking spot behind the businesses. Additional officers to made the scene at 3060 N Germantown Pkwy, Infiniti, and observed a suspect in the woods. The suspect began to flee on foot, eastbound through the woods. While the suspect was fleeing, he discarded one pair of black gloves, one green ski mask, one black flashlight, and a tire iron used for removing wheels and tires. Officers gave the suspect loud verbal commands to stop and show his hands, which he refused and continued to evade officers. The suspect lost his footing while running through the dark woods and fell. Officers were able to catch up with the suspect at which time he began resisting by pulling away and refusing to put his hands behind his back. Officers were able to get the suspect's hands behind him and placed him into custody without further incident.
On 07/07/2019, at 04:12 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary in the area of Maher Trail. A witness told dispatch he was leaving for work and witnessed four suspects, wearing all black “jogging suits”, going through his neighbor’s vehicle. When the suspects saw his vehicle come around the corner, they all jumped into a white sedan, last seen traveling west bound Maher Trail, where he lost sight of them.
On 07/07/2019 at 16:00 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary at 7930 Hwy 64, Malco. On arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised an unknown suspect broke into his vehicle. The suspect stole his radio and popped the ignition to the truck.
On 07/07/2019 at 22:34 hours, Officer responded to a theft from motor vehicle on Rebecca Woods DR. On arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised an unknown suspect rummaged through his vehicle.