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Crime Report

 

06/22/2009-06/27/2009

 

090622-0001 Public Intoxication
Officers found suspect hiding in the wooded area at Cedar and Oak. Officers determined him to be intoxicated and a danger to himself. He was transported to the Bartlett Criminal Justice Center.

090622-0002 Theft from Motor Vehicle
Officer responded to Sun Ray Cove in regards to an auto burglary. Victim stated that his 1994 Ford Probe was broken into and his $300 stereo system was stolen from the vehicle.

090622-006 Vandalism O/500
Officer responded to Andrews in regards to a vandalism. On arrival victim advised that both of her vehicles, her garage door, and her mailbox were spray painted

090622-0019 Theft of Services O/500
Officer responded to 2986 Kate Bond at St. Francis Hospital in regards to a theft of services. Savoy Jackson of St. Francis advised that two subjects came to the hospital for treatment. The hospital staff discovered the social security information that both were giving was not correct. They admitted to lying about the information given so they would not have to pay for medical treatment.

090622-0027 Assault (Aggravated)
Officer responded to Wind Tree in regards to an assault. Officers discovered that two male juveniles were fighting over damage that was caused to a front yard by four wheelers. One juvenile struck the other with a baseball bat on the back. The juvenile was transported to juvenile court on charges.

090622-0023 Fraud
Officer responded in regards to a fraud. Victim advised that his First Tennessee Visa Debit card was used fraudulently four times since June 9, 2009. The total value of the fraudulent purchases is $88.77.

090622-28 Burglary (Aggravated)
Officer responded to Luther and Dawnhill in regards to a juvenile on riding a bicycle that had been reported stolen. Officer discovered the juvenile to be in possession of a stolen bicycle. He admitted to stealing the bicycle from a garage. He was issued a juvenile summons and released to his parent.