Reports and Arrests
On 12/3/2018 at approximately 2020 hours, Officer responded to Daybreak Dr regarding a fraud complaint. The victim advised that on today's date around 1300 hours, she received a phone call from an a man stating that he works with Plexus Plebuss and advised that the victim was sold an anti-virus software from them approximately 6 months ago. The victim advised Officers that she did in fact receive anti-virus software from that company approximately 6 months ago. The man advised the victim that their anti-virus software had been compromised and they were refunding their customers due to the compromise. The victim provided the man with her checking account number so the refund could be deposited into her account. The man advised the victim that in the event more than $250.00 was deposited that she would be responsible for sending back the difference. Approximately $1,115.00 was deposited into her checking account. The victim remained on the phone and she was instructed to go purchase gift cards and load the difference onto the gift cards. The victim advised that she purchased 30 gift cards that totaled $1,115.00 using her credit and debit card. The suspect still having the victim remain on the phone, instructed the victim to scratch off the back of the gift card and provide him with the gift card number over the phone. The victim advised Officer that she was continuously told to not call the police by the suspect. Once the victim provided the suspect with the information, the phone line disconnected. The number that called her was "Unknown."
On 12/03/2018 at 20:53 hours, Officers responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle Complaint at 3730 Appling. The victim advised officers that he is an employee at the UPS Warehouse located at 3130 New Brunswick. The victim advised that from 11/28/2018 to 11/30/2018, he worked from 0900 hours to 2200 hours each day, and he believes that his rifle was stolen out of his unlocked vehicle while it was parked on the UPS parking lot during those work shifts.
On 12/04/2018 at 00:39 hours, Officer responded to a shooting at Coachouse Cv. Upon arrival, Officer made contact with the complainant/victim #1 who stated he was playing video games when his residence's motion security cameras were activated. The victim looked on his camera to see three unknown suspects going through his vehicle outside of the residence. The victim went outside to confront the suspects. When he yelled at them, they began to shoot at his residence. Once the shots ended the suspects fled. After the suspects fled from Coachouse Cv, a single suspect fled southbound toward Craigmont Dr. Victim #2 stated he heard approximately three gun shots while getting in his truck. He retrieved his pistol from his truck when he heard the shots. While standing next to his truck, the victim observed a suspect running westbound on Craigmont Dr. holding a pistol. He yelled at the suspect, "freeze, stop". When the suspect saw him, the suspect turned and shot one round. The victim shot two times back at the suspect, in self defense. The suspect fell down and then got up and jumped a fence where the victim lost sight of the suspect.
On 12/4/18 at approximately 1448 hours, Officer responded to an Aggravated Assault/Road Rage complainant at Tarus Dr. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with complainant/victim who advised that a unknown male pulled a gun on her. The complainant advised that she noticed a vehicle rapidly approaching her from the rear and almost strike her vehicle near Bartlett Blvd and Stage Rd. When they approached the light at the intersection, the complainant took a photograph of the suspect’s vehicle, then the suspect exited his vehicle and began yelling at the complainant. The suspect then reentered his vehicle, but did not moved, prompting the complainant to honk her horn. Both the complainant and suspect than began traveling E/B Stage, next to each other. Complainant advised that she noticed the Suspect was yelling at her but did not roll down the window. Complainant stated she looked back a short time later and the Suspect had a small pistol in his hand, near his face, still yelling at her. Officer was able to make contact with the suspect who advised the complainant cut him off and then displayed an obscene gesture. The suspect stated that he never exited his vehicle at any time and advised that he does not own a firearm.
On 12/05/2018 at 05:20 hours, Officer responded to Frances Wood Dr in regard to a theft complaint. Upon arrival, Officer made contact with the complainant who stated that between 2130 on 12/4/2018 and 0430 on this day, his company vehicle was parked on the side of his residence in Francis Wood Cv. The complainant stated that he had left the toolbox in the truck bed unlocked and that when he went outside to leave, he observed the toolbox lid had been left open. Upon further observation, complaint found several tools had been taken from the unlocked tool box.
On 12/5/2018 at 12:30 hours, Officer was called to 3730 Appling Rd in regard to a burglary. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant. The complainant stated that sometime in September 2018, while her and her husband were out of town, an unknown person/persons entered into their unlocked home at Anderton Springs and went through a costume jewelry box she had underneath their bed. The complainant stated that she found the jewelry out on top of the bed and knew that neither she nor her husband was responsible. She stated that she did not report a theft at that time because she was unsure of what was missing. On a later date in October she found several pieces of sterling silver serving platters were missing and filed a report with the police department. The complainant stated that on 12/3/2018, she and her husband were moving some boxes from the husband’s closet when they discovered that 2 cases that contained numerous items of silver place settings were now empty.
12/5/2018 at approximately 2045 hours, Officer responded to Dylan Valley Cv on a theft from motor vehicle complaint. Officer spoke with the complainant who stated that sometime between 2200 hours on 12/4/2018 and 0900 on 12/5/18 an unknown suspect(s) unlawfully entered her husband’s vehicle and stole a case of CD's and map book that are normally in his van.
On 12/6/2018 at approximately 0500 hours, Officer responded to Raintree Mist Ln. in regard to an auto burglary. Officer spoke with the complainant who stated her husband's vehicle was stolen from the driveway at the above address. The complainant advised that there was a pistol in the back seat of the vehicle and approximately $6000 in work equipment in the trunk of the car.
On 12/06/2018 at 05:30 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at Blue Lagoon Dr. The complainant/victim advised that on 12/6/18 during the overnight hours, his unlocked vehicle was broken into by an unknown suspect. Taken from the vehicle was his walled wallet containing the victim's TN DL and approximately $280 cash was taken. Further, the victim advised that a bolt action rifle and an iPad pro were also stolen from his vehicle.
On 12/06/2018 at approximately 06:59 hours, Officer responded to theft from a motor vehicle at N. Germantown (Infiniti). Officer spoke to the complainant who advised several vehicles were missing tires and rims, and others had broken windows.
On 12/6/2018 at approximately 0720 hours, Officer responded to Blue Lagoon Rd in regard to an auto burglary complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised someone entered his vehicle between 2100 hours on 12/5/2018 and 0730 hours on 12/6/2018 and stole forty dollars cash.
On 12/6/2018 at approximately 1030 hours, Officer responded to Sawyer Mill Cv in regard to an auto burglary complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who advised two Suspects entered two vehicles that were parked in the driveway at approximately 0406 hours. The Suspects also attempted to gain entry into another vehicle that was parked in the driveway but were unsuccessful in that attempt due to the vehicles doors being locked. At the time of the report no items were reported missing from the vehicles.
On 12/6/2018 at approximately 0830 hours, Officer responded to Blue Lagoon Loop in regard to an auto burglary complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised his vehicle was broke into between 1400 hours on 12/5/2018 through 0645 hours on 12/6/2018. The victim advised the unknown suspect stole a duffle bag from the trunk of the vehicle that contained golf towels and golf club head covers.
On 12/6/2018 at approximately 1530 hours, Officer responded to Shadow hills on an open door complaint. This residence is currently condemned by the city of Bartlett and uninhabitable. The complainant that lives nearby noticed the back door appeared to be open. Upon arrival, Officer observed the rear door to the residence to be open. An unknown suspect pried the back door open and broke out the glass to gain entry. Officer cleared the residence for any occupants. The residence is currently in disarray and items are thrown about inside.
On 12/6/2018 at approximately 1720 hours, Officer was dispatched to Trail Creek Ln on a theft complaint. On scene, the complainant/victim stated that she noticed there is approximately $1000 in cash missing from her home. She believes that it may be one of her husband’s caregivers that stole the money, given their accessibility to the residence.
On 12/6/2018 at approximately 1816 hours, Officer responded to Raintree Mist Ln in regard to an auto burglary. Officer spoke with the complainant/victim who advised that on the above date at 0357 hours two unknown suspects burglarized his vehicles in his driveway and in front of his house. All three of the complainant's vehicles were unlocked. The complainant stated nothing was stolen out of any of his vehicles as they were just rummaged through.
On 12/07/2018 at 1317 hours, Officer was dispatched to 8000 Hwy 64 Bartlett Tn. at the Guitar Center parking lot on an auto burglary report. The complainant reported that at 1246 hours he placed a chain saw and two back pack blowers in the back seat of the work truck belonging to Tree Works. The complainant stated he went inside the Guitar Center and returned at 1306 hours to discover the truck door open and the lawn equipment he placed inside was gone. The complainant stated he forgot to lock the door and believes the suspect may have observed him placing the equipment in the truck.
On 12/8/2018 at approximately 2140 hours, Officer responded to Hwy 64, El Mezcal, on an auto burglary complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who advised that he arrived at the restaurant at approximately 1930 hours and parked his vehicle in the middle of the parking lot. He noticed that his vehicle had been broken into when he was leaving. The unknown suspect punched the driver side door lock and gained entry. The suspect broke the dash out and stole the stereo worth approximately $500.
On 12/9/2018 at approximately 1633 hours, Officer responded to a theft complaint at John Thomas Cv. The complainant stated that the license plate was stolen from his grandmother's vehicle. The complainant stated that at approximately 1600 hours on today's date he noticed TN Tag had been stolen from the rear of the vehicle. The complainant was unsure if the theft occurred at his residence or in Memphis.
On 12/9/2018 at approximately 1730 hours, Officer responded to a vandalism complaint at 3730 Appling Rd. The victim stated that he arrived to work at N Germantown Rd, Farm Fowl and parked his vehicle near the south side of the lot facing Farm Fowl. He left work at approximately 1500 hours and noticed that an unknown suspect(s) scratched the driver side rear quarter panel of his vehicle. Officer observed approximately 6 scratches which appeared to have penetrated the clear coat and paint of the vehicle.