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Bartlett Police Department

Offense Report Summary

01-11-10 / 01-17-10

 

1001110003- Burglary- Officers responded to a residential alarm at an address on Ferncrest. Upon arrival a broken front window was discovered and the front door was found open. The only item found to be missing was a flat screen television. It was reported that a small gold colored four door car was seen leaving the area prior to officers arrival.

 

1001110008- Burglary- Officers responded to an address on Bristol Park Drive where the homeowner reported that upon returning home, they found their front door pried open, with several electronics removed from the residence.

 

1001110010- Auto Burglary- Officers responded to a business parking lot in the 8400 block of Hwy 64 in regards to a auto burglary. The complainant advised that he had found his passenger side window shattered and the door lock damaged. No items were found missing.

 

1001120008- Auto Theft- Officers responded to Wolfechase Nissan on Germantown Road where it was reported that a 2004 Mercury Mountaineer had been stolen from the lot. No suspect information was available.

 

1001130006- Auto Burglary- Officers responded to an address in the 8500 block of Hwt 64 in regards to an auto burglary. It was reported that unknown persons had shattered a vehicle window, where the stereo was then removed.

 

1001130010- Auto Burglary- Officers responded to an address on Blackwell where it was reported that two vehicles had been burglarized during the night time hours. Both vehicles were apparently left unlocked.

 

01-14-10 / 01-17-10 No reports of note on these dates.

 

1001150010- Theft- Officers responded to an address in the 3100 block of Germantown Road in regards to a theft. The complainant advised officers that unknown person had stolen a single axel trailer which contained a lawn tractor as well as other lawn equipment.

 

1001150027- Burglary- Officers responded to an address on Wetherburn Circle in regards to a residential burglary. Upon arrival it was learned that someone had entered the home via a pried rear door. Several electronics were reported missing.

 

1001160003- Vandalism- Officers were called to a residence on Thistle Cove in regards to a vandalism complaint. It was advised that several rear windows to the home had been shattered by persons throwing rocks from the railroad tracks behind the home.