Reports and Arrests
On 06/11/2018, at 1110 hours, Officer was dispatched to LSI at 2950 Brother Blvd #103 on a theft report. The complainant reported that two unknown male suspects stole a gray gas powered Porter Cable generator that is missing a front leg out of the bed of a company truck parked on the back lot. On
On 06/11/2018, at approximately 1245 hours, Officer responded to Grand Oaks Cv., in reference to a theft report. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant/victim who advised that someone stole several of his tomato plants from his garden.
On 06/11/2018, at approximately 1428 hours, Officer responded to 3730 Appling (Police Headquarters) in regard to an auto burglary. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who stated that on 06/07/2018, between 1100 hours and 1300 hours, unknown person(s) entered her vehicle through an unlocked driver’s door and stole her wallet.
On 06/11/2018 at 15:20 hours, Officer responded to 3730 Appling Rd (Police Headquarters) on an Aggravated Assault complaint. On arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised on 6/10/2018, he was at the suspect’s residence on Venson Dr. The victim and suspect got into a verbal argument and the victim attempted to leave the residence, but the suspect would not allow him to leave. The victim stated he pushed the suspect out of his way and exited the residence and entered his vehicle which was parked in the driveway. The victim was trying to shut the driver door to his vehicle but the suspect kept standing in the way of the door. The victim was able to push the suspect away from the door and back out of the driveway of the residence. As the victim exited the driveway the suspect was standing in the front yard and raised a pistol and fired one shot at the vehicle striking the driver side rear door. The victim then left the scene. The victim stated he didn't call the police at the time of the incident because he didn't want to get the suspect in trouble. On today's date the victim told the suspect to stop communicating with him and that he no longer wanted contact with the suspect. The suspect has continued harassing him on Facebook, so the victim decided he needed to file a police report.
On 06/11/2018, at approximately 16:38 hours, Officer responded to a Burglary/Residential at Oak Rd. On arrival, officers spoke with the victim who stated that she arrived home at approximately 1630 and noticed when she entered the residence that the back door was wide open. The victim stated that her living room and bedroom were ransacked. Officer observed tire tracks on the Southside of the property leading from the driveway to the backyard. Officer observed the back door to be kicked and pried open. Several items were stolen from the property.
On 06/12/2018, at 0320 hours, Officer responded to 3730 Appling Rd. in regard to a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant/victim who advised that around 2000 hours on 06/11/2018 she came home to find her son's ex-girlfriend/suspect in her home. The suspect does not have permission to be in the home. The suspect walked out of the house and got into the victim’s vehicle and left with it when the victim arrived home. The victim does not know how the suspect had access to her home or her vehicle. Officers were dispatched to an abandoned vehicle at Shadowlawn/Shadowick. On arrival, Officers found the previously noted stolen vehicle on the side of the road and unoccupied. Officers located the suspect hiding behind a vehicle in the driveway of a residence. The suspect was taken into custody.
On 06/12/2018, at approximately 0721 hours, Officer responded to the Ava Maria Home, in regard to a theft complaint. Officer spoke with the complainant who is the owner of the construction company contracted to do construction at Ava Marie. The complainant advised that his crew was finished with their work for the day and had his equipment stored in a room chained together in a room of the above facility under construction. When they returned the next morning, the chain was missing, as well as the equipment.
On 06/12/2018, at 1201 hours, Officer responded to an attempted auto burglary at Shadowlawn Rd. The complainant/victim reported that unknown person(s) entered his unlocked vehicle and scattered the contents of the glove box through the interior of the vehicle. Nothing was missing. A witness advised that they saw a box style truck resembling an ambulance parked in the driveway at approximately 0530 hours this morning.
On 06/12/2018, at approximately 2030 hours, Officer was dispatched to Thistle Knoll Cv on a theft report. On scene, the complainant/victim said she noticed her lawn edger missing this evening. She went for a walk around 0845 hours, and returned around 0930 hours, and her garage door was left open.
On 06/13/2018, at approximately 1241 hours, Officer was dispatched to Yates in regard to a burglary complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who stated that she left the residence around 0920 and returned around 1241 to find the back door was broken. The victim made the scene and went through the residence and nothing appeared to have stolen.
On 06/13/2018, at 14:25 hours, Officer responded to a theft complaint at Hunters Meadow Ln. The complainant stated that two firearms were missing from his home. They were last seen on mother's day, 5/13/2018, under the complainant's bed. He noticed that they were missing today.
On 6/13/2018, at approximately 1410 hours, Officer responded to Bobbitt Rd regarding a burglary of the residence. Officer spoke to the victim who stated that sometime between 0930 hours and 1350 hours on 06/13/2018, her home was burglarized by unknown suspect(s). The victim stated that she observed the back door of the residence was cracked open, along with the rooms of the house to be ransacked and several pieces of property missing.
On 06/13/2018, at 15:45 hours, Officer responded to a Burglary/Residential at Bobbitt Dr. The victim advised that he was contacted via telephone by the complainant, who told him that it appeared his residence was broken into. Officer observed a sliding back door on the north side of the residence to be unlocked. Officer also observed an entertainment center in the master bedroom with drawers pulled out and items strewn across the floor and onto the bed. The victim advised that he did not observe any items missing from the residence.
On 06/13/2018, at 1632 hours, Officers responded to an aggravated burglary complaint at 3730 Appling Rd. Upon arrival, officers made contact with complainant/victim who advised that between the hours of 2230 of 06/12/2018 and 0000 of this day, unknown suspect(s) entered their open garage door at Falcon Ridge Cv. and stole a Toro lawnmower.
On 06/13/2018 at approximately 1520 hours, Officer was dispatched to Bartlett Crest on a theft complaint. On scene, the complainant/victim stated she left her home to walk to the store at approximately 1430 hours and returned around 1500 hours. Upon her return, she noticed some property missing. She advised that her roommate and the son of her roommate were present in the home while she was at the store.
On 07/14/2018, at 0341 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary at Via Lopez. On arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant who stated she was in her garage when she saw an unknown subject at her car. She told officers the unknown male subject saw her and then ran to an unknown vehicle and left the scene. Officers routined the area and found the door open to a vehicle at another residence on Via Lopez. Officers made contact with the owner/victim who advised he did not leave the door to the vehicle open. He visually confirmed that he had nothing of value missing from the vehicle, but did advise the car had been entered and gone through.
On 06/14/2018, at 04:17 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at La Casa Dr. Officer was advised by the victim that his vehicle had been a part of a string of Auto Burglaries on this street. The victim advised that a set of keys and a non-operable Galaxy S3 was taken from the vehicle.
On 06/14/2018, at approximately 0341 hours, Officer responded to the area of La Casa Dr and Santa Valley Dr in regard to a suspicious vehicle possibly involved in an auto burglary that just occurred in the area. The complainant advised that the suspect vehicle was a black sedan but she did not know anything else regarding the suspects or vehicle. Officer noticed three pieces of clothing in the driveway of a residence on La Casa Dr along with a vehicle with the interior light on and the driver's door slightly cracked. Officer spoke with the homeowners/victims who advised they believed their vehicles had been burglarized. Victims stated they left both vehicles unlocked but nothing was stolen from either vehicle.
On 06/14/2018, at 03:46 hours, Officer responded to Via Lopez Rd in regard to a suspicious circumstance call. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with complainant who stated that while sitting in her garage with the door open a few inches, heard a bang against her vehicle and saw suspect's feet as they left the scene. She then observed an unknown number of suspects leave the area in a black sedan. The victim stated that her purse was taken from the vehicle.
On 06/14/2018, at 1201 hours, Officer made contact with the complainant at 3730 Appling Rd regarding an auto burglary. The complainant advised between the hours of 0030-0830 06/14/2018, unknown person(s) entered his unlocked vehicle while it was parked in front of his residence on Shady Oaks and stole several items including a handgun.
On 06/15/2018 at 02:13 hours, Officer responded to 2986 Kate Bond Rd (St Francis Bartlett) in regard to a theft complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with complainant/victim who stated that as he was exiting the hospital from visiting a relative, he observed a male in a hoodie crouched by his vehicle. The complainant advised that the individual had a vehicle jack with him and when complainant observed suspect, he beeped his alarm which caused suspect to get into a black/dark gray Dodge Avenger being driven by another male suspect. The complainant stated that upon observing his vehicle, he found that all 24 of his lug nuts were missing from his tires and that there were rocks under the vehicle under jack points.
On 06/15/2018, at 0740 hours, Officer responded to an Auto Burglary at Saint Francis Hospital located at 2986 Kate Bond Rd. Officer made scene and spoke with the complainant regarding his truck being broken into overnight. He parked his vehicle in the parking lot at approximately 22:00 hours on 6/14/18 and observed his front driver side door lock to be punched in at approximately 07:30 hours on 6/15/18. Mr. Hasty stated that he did not observe anything of value or importance to be stolen from the vehicle.
On 06/15/2018, at 0742 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at 2986 Kate Bond Road (St. Francis Hospital Parking Lot). Officer made contact with the complainant/victim who advised that between 1830 hours on 06/14/18 and 0725 hours on 06/15/18, an unknown person(s) shattered the driver’s side window of her vehicle parked at the St. Francis Hospital parking lot while she was at work. The center cap/cover was stolen off of her front driver’s side wheel. Nothing was stolen from inside her vehicle.
On 6/15/2018, at 8:29 hours, Officer was called to E Lake Oaks Dr. in regard to a burglary. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who stated that his mother informed him that around 0300 hours she heard some banging coming from the back of the house. The complainant stated that his mother suffers from advanced Alzheimer's and he didn't think anything about her complaint. However, when he walked into the back yard on this morning, he noticed that 4 of the screens on the back of the house were no longer on the windows but were now in the back yard on the ground. The complainant walked around the residence and located another window screen on the ground in the front yard. The complainant stated that the unknown person/persons also went into both of his unlocked storage rooms attached to the house and rummaged through items located in the storage rooms but the complainant stated he was unable to tell if anything was missing.
On 06/15/2018, at 18:35 hours, Officer responded to a Theft Complaint at 8480 Hwy 64 (Sams Club). On arrival Officer spoke with the victim who advised at approximately 1100 hours on today's date he was cutting the grass to Sam's Club business, when an unknown suspect stole lawn equipment from his work truck which was parked on the Southside of the parking lot. The Victim advised the Suspect posted the stolen items on a Facebook resale site. The Victim stated a co-worker of his found that the Suspect was selling the stolen property in Memphis. MPD went to the residence and were able to confirm the suspect was in possession of the stolen items and place the suspect into custody.
On 6/15/2018, at approximately 2125 hours, Officer responded to 6711 Stage Rd, Hollywood 20 Cinema, on a vandalism complaint. Officer spoke with the manager who stated that an unknown male approached the east side of the ticket box office inside the theater and demanded that his money be refunded to him for a movie he purchased. The manager stated that the suspect was upset that a kid was kicking the back of his seat during the movie. The manager declined to refund the suspects money due to the fact that the suspect finished watching the movie and the suspect punched the window of the box office, breaking the glass window.
On 06/15/2018 at 2255 hours, Officer responded to 2946 Kate Hyde Rd (Red Koi) in regard to a theft complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with complainant, who stated that at approximately 2100 hours a young, tall male wearing a Memphis Tigers cap came into the above mentioned business to place a takeout order. The suspect then asked to stay at the bar and asked an employee for water and sauces over the course of an hour and a half. Suspect then took the tip jar containing approximately $200 cash when the employee went to the kitchen. Suspect then ran out of the store toward Lowe's parking lot.
On 06/16/2018 at approximately 1015 hours, Officer responded to 2986 Kate Bond Blvd., St. Francis Hospital, in regard to a theft complaint. Officer spoke with the complainant who stated that sometime between 2139 hours on 06-15-18 and 0630 hours on 06-16-18, an unknown person(s) stole the license plate off of her vehicle which is a rental from Bud Davis Cadillac.
On Saturday 06/16/18, at approximately 1220, Officer was approached at 3730 Appling Rd about a theft from a yard that occurred on 06/15/2018, at approximately 1158 hours, on Rain Tree Mist Ln. Officer spoke with the victim who advised he had a package of anti-rodent spray sent to his home via mail service. He checked his RING front door camera and observed a black vehicle pass his home twice and then stop. A male black appears at his front door and retrieves the package.
On 6/16/2018 at 1408 hours, Officer was called to 3730 Appling Rd in regard to a stolen vehicle complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who stated that on 6/14/2018, he spent the night with the suspect at the TV station located at 3145 Brother Blvd. They both entered the station at approximately 2200 hours on 6/14/2018, and when the victim woke up at approximately 0400 hours on 6/15/2018, he noticed that the suspect was missing as well as his vehicle.
On 06/17/2018, at approximately 1415 hours, Officer was dispatched to Claredale Dr. regarding a theft of a motor vehicle. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the victim who said that on 05/29/2018, he purchased a vehicle from a vehicle auction for $7800. On today's date, he discovered the vehicle missing from the driveway.