Reports and Arrests


On 10/01/2018 at 13:52 hours, Officer responded to an All Other Larceny at George Cv. On arrival Officer spoke with the victim/complaint who stated that she recently noticed that her $50 dollar gold piece (value $2000), $5 dollar gold piece (value $900), and her gold ring missing from her home. She has been looking for them for several weeks now and believes they may have been taken by someone known to her.

On 10/1/2018 at approximately 1845 hours, Officer responded to Rockledge on a theft complaint.  The complainant advised that when she returned home from the Wal-Mart, located at 8400 Hwy 64, she realized her TN license plate was stolen from her vehicle. The theft occurred sometime between the time frame of 1730 hrs and 1810 hrs on 10/01/2018. She was parked in front of the garden center, close to the store.


On 10/3/2018 at 0052 hours, Officer responded to an alarm at 5949 Stage Rd. On arrival, Officers observed the front glass door of the business was shattered with a brick sitting on the floor inside the business. Officers noticed the front cash register was missing. Officer the stores video equipment was on and working and officers were able to play back video of the burglary. Officers observed a male wearing a royal blue jacket, light denim jeans, black rag on his head with a white bandanna covering his face, walk from the West side of the business while talking on a cell phone. Officers observed the suspect try to open the front door then walk back over to the West side of the building. Officers observed the suspect walk back to the front doors, throw a brick through the glass shattering the door. The suspect made entry to the business at approx 0038 hrs through the broken door, jumped over the counter and took one of the cash register drawers before exiting the business.

On 10/03/2018 at 14:11 hours, Officer responded to a Fraud/False Pretenses/Swindle at 3730 Appling Rd. Upon arrival, the reporting Officer made contact with the complainant/victim who stated that she currently has a house for sale on Zillow and an unknown individual has posted her house with the same information on craigslist for rent. The post on craigslist by this individual appears for a short period and is taken down shortly after.

On Thursday, October 4, 2018 at approximately 1442 hours, Officer responded to 8400 Highway 64, at Walmart, in regard to an auto burglary. Officer spoke with the complainant/victim who advised that his vehicle was burglarized in the parking lot. The complainant showed officer security footage of the auto burglary, which occurred on the above date between 1204 and 1206 hours. Footage reveals an older model white Ford pickup truck with an unreadable license plate park next to the complainant's vehicle and an older male suspect wearing a brown shirt then punches the front driver's side door lock of the complainant's vehicle. The suspect then rummages through the vehicle and leaves the parking lot at 1206 hours heading southbound. The complainant stated nothing was taken from the vehicle and he had already gone through his vehicle to check prior to officer's arrival.

On 10/05/2018 at 1359 hours, Officer was dispatched to 6800 Stage Rd. (Simoniz Car Wash) on the theft of a firearm, PDA and a holster. On arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who reported that he took his vehicle to Simoniz on 10/04/2018 for a wash and detail between 1315 hours and 1430 hours. After leaving the car wash he went to dinner at TJ's 2821 N. Houston Levee Rd. Memphis Tn. between 1900 and 2200 hours and returned home in Memphis. He discovered his firearm and PDA were missing from the center console of his vehicle. The complainant stated that car wash was the only place he had been that anyone had access to the inside of his vehicle. The manager at Simoniz stated that they both watch the security footage and did not see any suspicious activity while the vehicle was in camera range.

On 10/05/2018 at approximately 1735 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle call at  Fluss Road. Upon arrival, Officer made contact with complaint/ victim who advised that on 09/28/2018 at 0500 hours, he noticed that his vehicle was unlocked and that his center console was in the open position. His phone charger was moved and paper was rummaged through as well. At that moment, he noticed that his handgun was missing from the center console. The complainant explained that he last saw the handgun around 08/05/2018, when he was cleaning out his truck. He believes that he accidentally left the doors unlocked because he went into the vehicle the night before the incident to retrieve money for the pizza delivery guy and probably forgot to lock the doors, back.

On Saturday, 10/6/2018, at approximately 1135 hrs, Officer responded to 3730 Appling Rd on a theft complaint. Officer spoke with victim/complainant who stated an unknown suspect(s) stole her wallet, while she was at the Panera Bread Restaurant located at 8340 Hwy 64, Bartlett, Tn. The wallet contained several identifying documents and cash. The suspect(s) proceeded to the Game Stop Store (2878 Wolf Creek Pwky, Memphis, Tn). While there, the suspect(s) charged $1430.42 to one of her credit cards. The suspect(s) also made several other charges to the same debit/credit card.

On 10/07/2018 at 15:40 hours, Officer responded to a Vandalism at Fourth Ave. Officer arrived on scene and spoke with the victim who stated on today's date at approximately 1330 hours, she parked her vehicle on the street in front of her residence. She stated at approximately 1500 hours, she returned to the vehicle and discovered it was egged. The eggs struck the driver side door, window and interior of the vehicle. Officers learned from an anonymous caller, that the occupants of a white vehicle were responsible for throwing the eggs. An additional Officer was patrolling the immediate area and observed the vehicle. Officer also noticed egg splatter on the driver side rear fender and observed the vehicle was occupied by several juveniles. Officer made contact with the juveniles who all admitted to throwing eggs. The juveniles were arrested and released to their parents.

On October 8, 2018 at approximately 0530 hours, Officer responded to a possible Theft from Motor Vehicle at Devine St. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who stated that her unlocked vehicle was burglarized between 10/5/18 at 1400 hours and 10/8/2018 at 0530 hours. Officer observed that the vehicle's glove box open and papers in the passenger seat and floor board.

On 10/8/2018 at approx. 0942 hrs, Officer was dispatched to 4230 Altruria Rd (Marathon Gas Station) in regard to a burglary. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who advised that when he came into work on today's date he noticed the unlocked bay door to the drive thru car wash was half way open. The complainant stated that when he went to go see why the door was open he noticed that almost all of the parts to the car wash had been stolen. There were no signs of forced entry to the bay door.

On 10/09/2018 at 01:21 hours, Officer was on patrol in the area of Daybreak Dr and Thistle Ridge and observed an auto burglary at Daybreak Dr. The vehicle had the interior dome light on and the driver's side door was partially open. Officer observed the vehicle rummaged through and the glove box open. Officer made contact with the victim who stated that he left his vehicle unlocked. The victim stated that nothing was taken from the vehicle and that he does not leave anything of value in the vehicle.

On 10/09/2018 at 02:25 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at Daybreak Dr. Officers observed a vehicle had been burglarized. Officers made contact with the victim who advised he left the vehicles doors unlocked. The victim advised that the vehicle was rummaged through but nothing was stolen.

On 10/09/2018 at 06:52 hours, Officer responded to Daybreak Rd regarding theft of a motor vehicle. The complainant stated that his vehicle was stolen from his driveway while parked overnight. He left his door unlocked with the keys in the cup-holder. He also stated that his handgun was inside the glove compartment.

On 10/09/2018 at 07:52 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary complaint at Oakmoor Cir N. The complainant stated that his vehicle was entered through an unlocked door sometime during the night. He found the contents of the glove compartment and the center console strewn about the vehicle. He did not note anything to be missing though.

On 10/09/2018 at 07:50 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary at Oakmoor Cir N. The complainant stated that her vehicle was entered sometime during the night, although nothing was missing. She noticed the contents of the glove compartment were strewn about the vehicle this morning when she was ready to leave for work.

On 10/09/2018 at 08:34 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary complaint at Oak Bark Ln. The complainant stated that his vehicle was entered sometime during the night, and his handgun was stolen. Also stolen was a 5.11 molle-type pouch containing cash and miscellaneous first aid items. THe complainant was unsure whether he locked his vehicle when he parked it at approximately 2230, but he locked it remotely at approximately 0200 hours.

On 10/09/2018 at 10:23 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary complaint at Oakmoor Cir W. The complainant stated that two vehicles were entered sometime during the night. No items were missing from one of the vehicles, although the contents of the glove compartment were strewn about the vehicle. A backpack was missing from the passenger seat of her second vehicle.


On 10/9/2018 at approximately 10:30 AM, Officer responded to a walk in complaint at 3730 Appling Rd., of an auto burglary. The victim came to headquarters to file a report of an auto burglary that she believes happened overnight. She heard her dog barking this morning at approximately 1:00 AM but ignored it, she said her vehicle was parked in the drive way and when she came out this morning she noticed that the passenger side front door was ajar. The contents of the glove box were strewn all over the passenger compartment, the center console was open and her checkbook was missing.

On 10-09-2018 at 0950 hours, Officer made contact with the Complainant at 3730 Appling Rd regarding a vandalism complaint. The complainant advised he briefly left his home on 10-08-2018 at approximately 1300hrs and when he returned he noticed his mailbox and post had been run over. A security camera in the area shows the mailbox may have been destroyed intentionally.

On October 9, 2018, Officer was dispatched to Blue Lagoon Dr on a theft complaint. The Complainant advised that she is an employee of a property management company that owns the residence at the above listed address, and sometime between Friday, October 5, 2018, and todays date, an unknown person entered the residence and removed the stainless steel stove/oven and the stainless steel refrigerator/freezer.

On 10/09/2018 at 15:08 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Building at E Forked River Cv. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who is an employee of a property management company that owns the residence at the above listed address. She advised the refrigerator and stove/oven were stolen from the residence. The complainant advised the house is vacant and was vacant at the time of the theft.

On 10/09/2018 at 15:15 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Building at Misty River Rd. Upon arrival, officer spoke with the complainant who is an employee of a property management company that owns the residence at the above listed address. She advised the refrigerator, stove/oven, and microwave were stolen from the residence located at the above address. The complainant advised the house is vacant and was vacant at the time of the theft.

On 10/10/2018 at 08:50 hours, Officer responded to a Suspicious Vehicle at Prosperity Way. On arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who advised the Suspicious Vehicle had been parked in front of her residence at since 0715 hours on 10/09/18. Officers performed a query of the vehicle which determined it to be stolen out of Memphis on 10/08/18. Officers observed several items inside the vehicle that matched the description of stolen property from Auto Burglaries that occurred in Bartlett on 10/08/18.

On Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at approximately 1332 hours, Officer responded to Domino Cove in regard to an auto burglary complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with complainant/victim who stated that sometime between 10/9/2018 at 1430 hours and 1330 hours on this date an unknown suspect(s) entered his unlocked vehicle and stole approximately $10.00 worth of quarters.

On 10/10/2018 at approximately 1620hrs, Officer responded to Northampton on an animal bite complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant/father who stated that his daughter was bitten by a dog as she was riding her bike home from the park. The victim stated that when she passed the residence on Northampton a large German Shepherd came out of the front door and bit her left calf 2-3 times. Officer observed a large bruise and scratch on her left leg. When Officers made contact at the front door, the dog owner, he was immediately uncooperative with Officers and came out onto the front porch. As the Officers attempted to explain the situation to him, he became irate and walked over to the driveway towards an officer in an aggressive manner. Officers asked him to calm down multiple times, however, he began to yell and curse at Officers. Several neighbors across the street, exited their residences to see what was going on. And the suspect refused to act in a calm manor at which point Officers placed him into custody to diffuse the situation from becoming physical.

On 10/10/2018 at approx 1615 hrs, Officer responded to Sam's Club, located at 8480 Hwy 64 on a solicitation complaint. An anonymous complainant who was no longer on scene advised BPD dispatch that a male wearing a white shirt, hat, and backpack was walking around the parking lot asking people for money. When the suspect was told no, he became aggressive. Officer drove around the parking lot and located the suspect matching the description given and observed him to be leaning over and talking to a patron as she sat in her car. Officer made his way over to the patron’s car and observed her to attempt to get out of her car. The suspect continued to talk with her and Officer observed the suspect to displaying aggressive body language by talking with his hands and standing close her. Once she got out of her car she flagged down Officers and was walking to the Officer's car, the suspect was following close behind her and talking in a loud manner that caused other lawful citizens to stop their lawful activities to see what the commotion was about. The suspect got upset and proceeded to curse her out and stated that he was a member of the Gangster Disciples street gang as he reached in his backpack. The suspect was placed into custody for aggressive panhandling and disorderly conduct.

On 10/10/2018 at approx 1830 hrs, Officer responded to 2986 St. Francis Imaging Center regarding a theft from motor vehicle. The victim advised that his pistol was stolen from underneath the driver's seat of his vehicle. The victim advised the front passenger side door lock was punched in order for the unknown suspects to gain entry into the vehicle. The contents of the vehicle were scattered inside. The time frame of this incident is between 0830 hrs and 1800 hrs on today's date.

On 10/11/2018 at approximately 1500hrs, Officer responded to Stage Rd on a theft complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant. Who advised that on 10/10/2018 at approximately 0618hrs, an unknown female pulled onto the lot driving a dark colored, four-door vehicle. The suspect exited the vehicle and walked towards the front of the business. The suspect then walked back to her vehicle twice carrying two large flower pots each with a fern. The complainant advised that the flowers and pots were worth approximately $50 each.

On Saturday, 10/13/2018, at approximately 0942 hrs, Officer responded to Windy Scape on a theft/auto burglary complaint. Officer spoke with victim/complaint who stated that an unknown suspect(s) entered into his unsecured white vehicle and stole approximately $15.00 in cash and coins. The vehicle was parked in the driveway of the above residence. The suspect(s) then entered into the opened attached garage of the residence and stole an electric bicycle. The victim’s daughter said the suspect(s) also entered into her unsecured white vehicle, but none of her property of her property had been stolen. The electric bicycle was later locatedon Oak Forest.


On 10/13/2018 at 1057 hours, Officer was dispatched to 2854 Stage Center Dr. at the victim's place of employment on the theft of a firearm from a vehicle report. The complainant/victim reported that sometime between 2330 hours on 10/12 and 1015 hours on 10/13, an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle and stole her handgun, which was under the front passenger's seat. The vehicle was parked at her residence at Maher View.

On (10/13/18) at approx. (1416) hours Officer was dispatched to Calla Cove regarding theft from a motor vehicle. Upon arrival, Officer was met by the Victim/Complainant who advised that between (2200) hours on (10/12/18) and (1000) hours on (10/13/18), unknown Suspect(s) entered his unlocked vehicle, which was parked in his driveway. The Suspect(s) went through all interior compartments and only stole a black backpack, which contained sports wrapping and equipment. Returning to his house at approx. (1200) hours, on this day, he observed said backpack sitting in the street in front of another residence on Calla Cove, with all contents still inside the bag.

On 10-13-18 at approximately 1300 hours, Officer was dispatched to 3730 Appling on an identity theft. On arrival, Officer made contact with the complainant/victim who stated that on 10-7-18 she put her house up for sale. Since then she has received a $600.00 laptop computer from finger hut that she did not purchase. She was contacted by Target Department store asking her if she opened a Target account. She also found an account opened in her name with QVC shopping.