Reports and Arrests
On 9/17/2018 at approximately 0821 hours, Officer was dispatched to headquarters regarding a theft. On arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who works at the regional Tennessee Lottery office at 7424 Hwy 64 Suite #124. She advised that on 9/4/2018 at approximately 0750 hours, she arrived at work with cash in her purse for her rent deposit. When she went to Wells Fargo Bank to make her deposit around 1345 hours, she discovered that some unknown person(s) took $200 from her purse.
On 09/17/2018 Officer was dispatched to 2935 N. Germantown Pkwy (Hampton INN) on an auto burglary complaint. The complainant/victim stated that sometime between the 22:30hrs on 9/16/2018 and 10:30hrs on 09/17/2018, an unknown individual entered his locked vehicle by punching the driver’s side door lock. He noticed the glove compartment was open and the contents thrown about the front passenger seat of the vehicle. Upon further inspection of the vehicle, he found that several items were missing from the vehicle.
On 09/17/2018 at approximately 2022 hours, Officer responded to an auto-burglary complaint at Glenchase Dr. The victim stated that he left his black handgun in the glove box of his vehicle. The victim stated that he left the vehicle doors unlocked while it was parked in the driveway. On today's date at approximately 2000 hours, he went to retrieve his gun realized they were stolen by an unknown suspect(s).
On 9/18/2018 at approximately 1142 hours, Officer responded to 3015 Brunswick Rd. (Lakeside Behavioral Out Patient Building) on a theft complaint. Officer spoke with victim/complainant who stated that an unknown suspect(s) stole his cell phone. The cell phone was stolen off of one of the tables, which was located in the cafeteria of the above location.
On 9/19/2018 at 13:00 hours, Officer was called to 3730 Appling Rd in regard to a fraud. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who stated that she was reviewing her bank statement from August 2018 and noticed several checks and purchases made from her account that she did not authorize. The unknown suspect apparently has stolen the victims routing number and checking account number and had her own checks made up with a different name on the fraudulent checks. The account has since been closed.
On 09/19/2018 at 17:59 hours, Officer responded to a Theft of Vehicle Parts/Accessories at 2982 Germantown Rd (Wolfchase Honda). Upon arrival, Officer spoke with a Wolfchase Honda employee, who advised a black 2017 or 2018 model Nissan Maxima with a temporary tag, dark tint all around and black rims entered the lot at approximately 15:35 on 09/19/2018. The vehicle circled the lot a few times then parked next to a black Chevy Tahoe and stole the wheels and tires off the passenger side of the vehicle.
On 09/19/2018 at approximately 1512 hours, Officer responded to Newstone Dr in regard to a burglary. Officer made contact with the complainant/property manager who advised that a tenant called her regarding an open door in her building. When she responded to the apartment, she observed the door frame was damaged. Officer observed the damaged frame and the damage was consistent with a forced entry. Officer made contact with the victim who stated that he left the apartment at approximately 0430 hours on today's date, and his girlfriend left the apartment at approximately 1030 hours on today's date. The door was locked. Several items were stolen from inside the residence.
On 09/19/2018 at 22:55 hours, Officer responded to Montpelier Rd in regard to a robbery complaint. Upon arrival, Officer made contact with complainant/victim who stated that he was in front of the above residence smoking a cigarette when a red 90s model sedan parked near his residence and two males wearing hoodies and shorts approached him. One suspect held a handgun with a green laser sight in victim's face as the other searched him for property. The suspect searching victim found victim's cell phone, a Samsung Galaxy, and took it. Victim stated that suspects then went back to the vehicle and left the scene travelling toward Sycamore View Rd. Victim was unable to get identifying information on the cell phone but was able to track it to the area of Stage Rd. and Covington Pike, but then the phone was turned off.
On 09/19/2018 at approximately 23:27 hours, Officer responded to a shooting complaint in the area of Ivanhoe and Bartlett Blvd. Officer made contact with the complainant at Bartlett Blvd who advised that he was out with the suspect running errands earlier in the evening. The suspect dropped the complainant off at Bartlett Blvd. and the Suspect then pulled out an unknown silver and black handgun and fired an unspecified number of shots off into the sky. When the complainant confronted him about the shooting, the Suspect acted nonchalant about recklessly action. The Suspect then left in his vehicle in an unknown direction. Officer observed seven (7) shell casings and two (2) hollow point bullets on the ground behind the business. Officer collected the bullets and shell casings, and placed them into evidence.
On 9/20/2018 at approximately 0705 hours, Officer responded to a found property call at Berkley Cv. Officer made scene and spoke with the complainant who stated that on 9/20/2018 at 06:30 hours he found a driver's license, debit card, and health insurance cards scattered on his front yard. Officer spoke with the person listed on the license via telephone and advised her of the found property and she stated that she couldn't find her purse when she left her home at approximately 07:05 hours. A neighbor that was jogging in the neighborhood approached Officer with a pink wallet that she found in the middle of the road during her run as well. Officer observed all the cards inside the wallet belonged to the victim. The victim made scene and looked inside of her found wallet and stated that she was missing cash and a debit card. She left her purse in her front passenger seat of her vehicle on 9/19/18 at approximately 19:00 hours. She left the vehicle unlocked and Officer observed there to be no signs of forced entry into the vehicle.
On 09/20/2018 at 18:20 hours, Officer responded to a Theft from Motor Vehicle at 6600 Stage Rd (Cici's). Upon arrival, Officer spoke with victim/complainant who advised he went inside the establishment on 09/20/2018 at approximately 17:20 hours and left at approximately 18:10 hours on the same date. He discovered an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and took a brown leather bag from behind the driver side seat that contained various items. He could not advise if the vehicle was left unlocked while he was inside the establishment and Officer did not observe any signs of forced entry into the vehicle.
On 09/21/2018 at approimately1251 hours, Officer was dispatched to Hwy 64 (Serra Chevrolet) in regard to an auto burglary. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who advised that her vehicle was broken into while it was parked on the Serra Chevrolet lot. The victim stated that she dropped off her van on 09/14/2018 to have some brake work done on the vehicle and was notified by the dealership that an unknown suspect broke into her vehicle. Employees at the dealership advised that on 9/17/2018 they moved the victim’s vehicle from inside the shop to the back parking lot while they waited on parts to come in so they could fix the vehicle. The mechanic stated that when he opened the driver side door of the vehicle he observed the dash had been ripped out and that the tv radio combo had been stolen when he went to move the vehicle back to the shop. Officer observed a damaged lock on the back driver side door of the vehicle as well as the dash being ripped out.
On 09/21/2018 at approximately 1555 hours, Officer was dispatched to Needle Ridge Dr in regard to an auto burglary. Officer made contact with the complainant who advised that at approximately 0400 hours on today's date, he heard his daughter's car alarm going off outside. The vehicle was parked in the driveway of the residence. When he went outside he observed a dark colored sedan with its lights on parked on the street. Nothing was taken from her vehicle and the vehicle was left unlocked.
On 09/21/2018 at approximately 1840 hours, officer responded to a theft complaint at 8170 Highway 64, Wolfchase Chrysler Dodge and Jeep. The sales manager advised that a silver GMC Sierra was parked on the southwest corner of the lot sometime last weekend. On today's date at approximately 1800 hours an employee went to move the truck and three wheels came off of the vehicle. An unknown suspect stole 18 lugnuts from the passenger side wheels and driver rear wheel. Damage was caused to both passenger side fenders.
On 09/21/2018 at approximately 1555 hours, Officer was dispatched to Needle Ridge Dr. in regard to an auto burglary. While speaking with the original complainant, the victim informed Officer that several of his vehicles were also burglarized at his residence on Needle Ridge Dr. The only item missing from the four vehicles was a cell phone. All of the vehicles were unlocked and there was no damage to any of the vehicles.
On 09/22/2018 at approximately 0108 hours, Officer responded to a suspicious circumstance at Frances Wood Dr. Dispatch advised that the complainant heard her garage door open on its own. Officer made scene and made contact with the complainant who stated that she has a remote for her garage door that she had been keeping in her rental car. Officer noticed that the vehicle was unlocked. The complainant looked into the vehicle and realized that the garage door remote was missing along with her Handicap placard and a piece of junk mail.
On 09/22/2018 at approximately 0935 hours, Officer was dispatched to Pagely Place regarding an automobile burglary complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised that on 09/21/2018 around 2330 hours, she parked her vehicle on the street in front of her residence, locked the doors and went inside. She advised that she left her purse in the front seat under a blanket. She said that she also left a newer Nintendo DS Zelda gaming device and a white pair of Air Pods earphones in the front seat. She said that a neighbor contacted her this morning stating that her front passenger window was broken out. The above items were missing when she checked her vehicle.
On 09/22/2018 at approximately 1030 hours, Officer was called to Diplomat Place in regard to an auto burglary. Officer spoke with victim complainant who advised he parked his vehicle at approximately 0145 this morning. As he was going inside his home he noticed a male suspect wearing all dark clothing standing at Diplomat and Fairway Oaks. Around 1020 hours he came out of his home and noticed the passenger side back window had been broken. Nothing was taken from insided the vehicle.
On 09/22/2018 at approximately 1035 hours, Officer was dispatched to East Lake Oaks Dr regarding an automobile burglary. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with victim who advised that the front passenger window to her GMC Acadia was broken out and her purse had been taken. She advised that on 09/21/2018 between 2000 and 2100 hours she heard what sounded like a gun shot outside. She said this morning she found the window broken out and her glove box had been rummaged through. Her purse containing medication was taken.
On 9/22/2018 at approximately 1100 hours, Officer was dispatched to Daybreak Cv regarding an auto burglary. On arrival, Officer spoke with the victim/complainant who stated that some unknown person(s) stole his book bag from his vehicle that was parked in his driveway last night. His truck was possibly left unlocked. He got home last night around 2130hrs and his friend discovered the truck had been rummaged through this morning around 0900hrs. His book bag contained a silver Macbook Air laptop and several other items.
On 9/22/2018 at approximately 1100 hours, Officer responded to an auto burglary complaint at Dana Cheryl Lane. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who advised he walked outside and observed the two passenger doors on his vehicle slightly ajar. Victim advised he looked inside the vehicle without touching it and observed several items missing from inside the vehicle.
On 9/22/2018 at approximately 1326 hours, Officer was on patrol, when Officer observed a black Kia Optima in front of St. Anns Church (6529 Stage Rd) with its four way flashers on facing east bound Stage Rd in the right hand lane. Officer stopped because it appeared to be a stranded motorist. Officer spoke with the driver who stated that she was just ran off the road by another vehicle. She advised that it all started in front of Krispy Kreme over a traffic violation. While traveling eastbound on Stage near Altruria, the suspect grabbed her steering wheel and purposely swerved over trying to strike the victim’s vehicle. She avoided the collision and struck the curb which popped her right front tire. Three witnesses pulled up behind Officer’s squad car. All three witnesses stated that they observed the other vehicle violently swerve to the right trying to strike the victim.
On 09/23/2018 at 05:16 hours, Officer responded to Silver Hill Ln in regard to a robbery complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with complainant/victim who stated that at approximately 0500 hours she returned from her job and parked her vehicle in front of the residence. Victim further stated that she began sorting through her belongings when she heard a knock on her driver's side window. While turning her head to look, victim also began rolling down the window and observed two male suspects standing outside her vehicle on the driver's side. Victim stated that one suspect was in a black hoodie and the other was in a gray hoodie. Victim further stated that both suspects had a handgun pointed at her. Suspects then reached in the vehicle and pulled cash from her pocket along with her wallet. Victim then stated that suspects fled the scene.
On 09/23/2018 at approximately 2200 hours, Officer responded to Chesterfield Cv on an auto burglary complaint. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the complainant/victim who advised that he arrived at his residence at approximately 1930hrs from dinner. He came outside to grab something from his vehicle around 2200hrs and noticed that the interior light was on in his vehicle. The glove box was open and severl items were missing from the vehicle.