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Bartlett Police Department
Offense Report Summary
01-17-11 / 01-23-11

1101170007- Theft- Officers were called to the Wal-Mart located at 8400 Hwy 64 on two occasions concerning theft complaints. In each instance an unknown male white stole electronics from that location before fleeing in a white pick up.

1101180004- Vandalism- Officers were called to an address on Peyton Randolph in regards to a vandalism complaint. Upon arrival the complainant reported that his vehicles tires had been slashed as well as the body keyed. No suspects were reported.

1101190008- Assault- Officers responded to an address in the 6600 block of Brickmont Cove in regards to an assault complaint. Upon arrival the complainant reported that his neighbors vehicle was parked on the roadway blocking his drive. When asked to move the vehicle, it was reported that the neighbor threatened to burn down the complainants home.

1101190013- Vandalism- Officers were called to a business located in the 8600 block of Ellis Road in regards to a vandalism complaint. Upon arrival it was reported that unknown persons had shot out the windows to several vehicles at that location with a BB gun.

1101200013- Vandalism- A vehicle owner reported that his vehicle was damaged by unknown persons while parked on a lot in the 5900 block of Stage Road.

1101210032- Property Damage- Officers responded to a parking lot in the 7900 block of Hwy 64 regarding property damage. Upon arrival it was found that a vehicle parked on the lot had caught fire by unknown means, and in the course of burning damaged five other vehicles parked on the lot.

1101210008- Auto Burglary- A homeowner in the 3000 block of Ruffle reported that unknown persons had entered his 2006 Nissan while parked at the residence and removed numerous items from within the vehicle.

1101230005- Attempted Burglary- Officers responded to an address on Evening Light in regards to an attempted burglary complaint. Upon arrival in was reported by the homeowner that they had discovered pry marks on the back door to the home. There was no indication that entry had been gained to the residence.