By RACHAEL LONG
While a cold front moved through the area this weekend, crime in Brentwood continued at its regular pace.
In the early hours of Friday morning, someone threw a rock through the glass door of Grapevine Wine & Spirits on Moores Lane. Nothing was taken. The suspect has been described as male, wearing a black hoodie, dark pants and gloves.
Another business was burglarized sometime between Saturday afternoon and early Monday morning when someone forced an entry to a commercial construction site on Heritage Way. The site was owned by Weitz Construction and multiple tools were stolen. Police have no suspects.
Police recovered a stolen 2008 Toyota Camry from Nashville on Friday evening after conducting a traffic stop on Franklin Road at Willowick Drive. Police say two suspects were arrested.
Several instances of theft from motor vehicles were reported this week.
On Thursday afternoon, someone stole a purse with its contents on Ennismore Lane. Friday evening, someone stole a bag and its contents on Franklin Road. In both cases, there was no forced entry and police have no suspects.
After a vehicle was left on the shoulder of I-65 at Old Hickory Boulevard, someone stole parts from the vehicle. The suspect is listed as an acquaintance of the victim.
By Tuesday, police would see three more instances of theft from motor vehicles.
Just after noon and before 1 p.m., a purse with its contents and golf clubs were stolen on Heritage Way. There was no forced entry. Police have only described suspects as a white van seen near the victim’s vehicle during the timeframe of the theft.
Another theft on Heritage Way Tuesday took place sometime after 11 a.m. and before 2 p.m. when a license plate was stolen from a vehicle. Police say the suspects have been arrested and the license plate recovered.
A tote bag with its contents was stolen from a vehicle on Powell Place Tuesday night after the front passenger-side window was broken. Police say three suspects have been arrested.
Most reports of general theft were related to shoplifting, with only one account of theft from a residence. In the latter case, a laptop was stolen from a residence on Good Springs Road. Police say the suspect has been listed as a family member of the victim.
Someone stole clothing and toiletries from TJ Maxx on Franklin Road Friday, around noon. Police say the suspect has been identified and charges are pending.
Saturday afternoon saw a guitar stolen from Lane Music on Galleria Boulevard. The guitar has been recovered, but police say the suspect — who has been identified — has a warrant on file.
On Tuesday afternoon, grocery items were stolen from Twice Daily’s on Franklin Road. Police have described the suspects as two white males, one in his 40s and balding, and the other in his 20s with brown hair, wearing a green coat.
There were no reports of residential burglary, vandalism, or robbery this week.