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Bartlett Police Department
Offense Report Summary
01-10-11 / 01-16-11
1101110002- Vandalism- A homeowner in the 3500 block of Trace Valley Cove reported that unknown persons had apparently driven a four wheeler through their front yard. This resulted in damage to the lawn as yard décor.
1101110013- Vandalism- Officers were called to an address on Summer Knoll Cove in regards to a vandalism complaint. Upon arrival the complainant advised that their car had been damaged while parked at the residence.
1101120030- Burglary- Officers were called to an address in the 4000 block of Mimosa Hill in regards to a burglary complaint. Upon arrival the homeowner reported that unknown persons had entered the home via a rear door where several items were then removed
1101120031- Auto Theft- Officers were called to an address on North Street in regards to an auto theft complaint. Upon arrival the vehicles owner reported that his 2003 Chevrolet pick up was stolen while parked at this residence.
1101120038- Theft- A complainant reported the theft of his cellular telephone as well as cash while left in an unlocked locker at the Bartlett Rec Center.
1101140014- Theft- Offices responded to a construction site in the 3000 block of Germantown Road in regards to a theft complaint. Upon arrival it was reported that unknown persons had forced their way into a fenced area where a concrete finishing machine valued at several thousand dollars was stolen.
1101150009- Vandalism- Officers were called to an address in the 6600 block of Mornings Gate Cove in regards to a vandalism complaint. Upon arrival the homeowner reported damage to various yard décor which has been occurring during the night time hours.
1101150007- Vandalism- Officers received a vandalism complaint in the area of Kirby Whitten and Egypt Central. Upon arrival it was noted that unknown persons had spray painted graffiti over a large portion of the brick retaining wall at this location.
1101160013- Vandalism- Officers were called to an address on Wolf Shadow in regards to a vandalism complaint. Upon arrival it was advised that while traveling on Ellis Road in his vehicle, unknown persons threw some type of object which struck his vehicles windshield.