CRIME REPORT: 12-foot trailer stolen from Boy Scouts among strange crimes in Brentwood


CRIME REPORT: 12-foot trailer stolen from Boy Scouts among strange crimes in Brentwood

By RACHAEL LONG

Despite being a mostly quiet week, Brentwood saw a handful of strange crimes over the last few days.

Most notably, someone stole a 12-foot enclosed trailer belonging to Boy Scouts from the parking lot of East Brentwood Presbyterian Church on Concord Road. The trailer was reportedly stolen sometime between last Thursday night and Saturday morning. Police have no suspects.

There were two instances of vandalism and three general thefts, including that of the trailer thief.

On Sunday night, someone got creative and stole items from the Costco store on Seaboard Lane, then returned them for a refund. Police say the suspect has been identified and charges are pending.

Someone shoplifted cell phone cases from the Best Buy on Galleria Boulevard Wednesday afternoon. Police say the suspect has been arrested.

One person lost a side mirror when someone drove up beside him and struck the vehicle’s mirror on Bakers Bridge Road at Mallory Lane. The incident took place Saturday morning. Police have described the suspect as a white male in his 40s driving a black GMC crew cab truck.

Finally, someone graffitied a house under renovation constructions on Crockett Road. The instance reportedly took place between Friday and Sunday of last week. Police have no suspects.

No instances of residential or business burglary, motor vehicle theft, theft from motor vehicles or robbery were reported by the Brentwood Police Department this week.

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