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Bartlett Police Department

Offense Report Summary

04/04/11 – 04/10/11

1104040006- Theft- Officers responded to an address on 6175 Memphis Arlington in regards to a theft complaint. Upon arrival the vehicles owner reported the theft of their vehicles license plate.


1104050013- Shoplifting- Officers responded to the GNC store located on Stage Road in regards to a shoplifting complaint. Upon arrival the store manager advised that two suspects had stolen approx $200.00 worth of supplements. After this theft it was advised that these same two attempted to return the items stolen at two other GNC locations.


1104050015- Burglary- A complainant in the 3300 block of Summerhill reported returning home to find their carport door forced open. Several electronics as well as twp bicycles were reported stolen.

1104070018- Burglary- Officers responded to an address on Sungate Drive in reference to a burglary complaint. Upon arrival the homeowner reported that someone had entered the residence via a shattered rear window where numerous items were then taken.

 

1104070029- Theft- Officers received a theft complaint from an individual who reported the theft of approx 118 Lortab from their residence by unknown persons. A report was needed by this complainant in order to attempt to receive a refill.

 

1104080008- Assault- Officers were called to the Varangon Academy on New Brunswick Road in regards to an assault complaint. Upon officers arrival it was reported that a staff member had been struck numerous times in the face by one of the students. It was advised that the attack was unprovoked and was for no apparent reason.

 

1104090010- Attempted Burglary- A homeowner in the 3100 block of Altruria reported returning home to find the back door of her residence kicked in. It was advised that no items were missing or had appeared to have been disturbed.

 

1104100008- Auto Burglary- Officers were called to a parking lot located in the 2900 block of Kirby Whitten in regards to an auto burglary complaint. Upon officers arrival the complainant advised that someone had shattered a side window to the vehicle, taking a book bag which had been in the backseat.