CRIME: Phone scams, vending machine theft, vehicle break-ins atop weekly crime in Brentwood


CRIME: Phone scams, vending machine theft, vehicle break-ins atop weekly crime in Brentwood

By RACHAEL LONG

The Brentwood Police Department reported 13 incidents in its weekly crime report, the vast majority of which were listed as theft.

On Wednesday, someone stole checks from a personal checkbook at the Morning Pointe of Brentwood. Police have no suspects.

Jewelry was stolen from a home on Bathwick Drive between the dates of May 27 and June 7. Police have no suspects.

Credit cards were stolen from a locker room at the Brentwood Family YMCA on Friday afternoon. Police have no suspects.

Mail was stolen from a mailbox on Sunny Hill Road last weekend, and police have no suspects.  

Two people were the victims of a ticket selling scam in which cash was stolen. The incidents occurred three days apart, the first last Sunday and second next Wednesday. Police have no suspects.

WMS Vending was the victim of three separate thefts in which a former employee is listed as a suspect for having taken cash from a vending machine at the city of Brentwood Service Center and Fire Station 3.  

Four purses were stolen Thursday morning when three cars vehicles were entered by force after someone broke the windows. Two of the incidents took place at Marcella Vivrette Smith Park and the other at River Park. Police have no suspects.

The Highland View Homeowners Association was the victim of vandalism this week after someone spray painted graffiti on a drainage culvert. The vandalism took place sometime between May 31 and June 13. Police have no suspects.

There were no instances of business or residential burglary, motor vehicle theft or robbery this week.

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