_ 639 Camp Jordan Parkway: Police were dispatched to America’s Best Value Inn Wednesday morning on a reported theft. According to a police report, the victim said he had left a briefcase and some luggage on steps close to the breakfast bar unattended for a short time. When he returned, his aluminum briefcase was gone but the rest of his luggage was there. The victim told officers that the case contained miscellaneous papers, his wallet, credit cards and the log book to his tractor trailer. the victim could not supply additional information on his credit cards to officers. The report states that he called his wife and had her cancel the credit cards. No suspect information at this time, the report states.
_ 1114 McBrien Rd.: Police responded to the address on Monday in regard to a pet being shot. According to a police report, the victim told officers that her dog had been shot by a BB gun. The bullet was lodged in the dog’s side. The female victim said she would have to take the dog to the vet to have the BB removed. There are no suspects in the incident.
_ 5707 Ringgold Road: Police responded to the Dollar General store, Tuesday, on a shoplifting call. According to a police report, an employee told officers that a white woman wearing a white shirt and blue jeans had entered the store, stuffed merchandise in her purse and left without paying. The suspect left in a blue Suzuki car headed east on Ringgold Road. Items reported stolen were a Connair Hairclippers, valued at $50, shampoo, spiking gel and a box of raisins. The store clerk said she would call police if she ever saw the woman back in the store again, the report states.
_ 917 Donaldson Rd.: Police were called to the address on Tuesday on a reported car burglary. According to a police report, the victim told officers that sometime between 10 p.m. on Monday and 1:27 a.m. on Tuesday someone had entered her unlocked Honda CVR and stole a pair of sunglasses. The victim also said five dollars in change was taken from the console of the vehicle. The victim told police that she came out of her house and noticed one of the doors of the vehicle slightly ajar. No damage to the vehicle was reported.
Later on Tuesday morning, police went to 808 Poindexter on a reported theft from vehicle. The victim in this incident said that someone during the night had entered his care and stole her purse. Nothing else was missing from the car.
_ 5700 Roper St.: Police responded to the address earlier this week on a reported theft by deceptive practices. According to a police report, the complainant told officers that he got a series of phone calls from Discovery Bay, Jamaica congratulating him on winning the Publisher’s Clearinghouse Sweepstakes. The victim said he was told he won $1 million, a new vehicle and $7,000 a month for life. The caller instructed him to obtain a moneygram for $100 and send it to an address in Lincoln, California. The report states that the complainant obtained the moneygram on Saturday and sent it to the address per instructions. He was told to be at home on Monday to obtain delivery of his prize. The report states that the complainant now believes the was the victim of a scam and wanted to file a report to document the incident.