CRIME REPORT: Brentwood sees home burglaries and thefts at YMCA this week


CRIME REPORT: Brentwood sees home burglaries and thefts at YMCA this week

STAFF REPORTS

Two cases of residential burglary and four cases of theft were reported by the Brentwood Police Department in their weekly crime analysis.

One burglary took place some time between June 26 and Aug. 10 where money and jewelry were reported to have been stolen from a safe on Hood Drive. According to BPD, there was no forced entry and no suspects have been identified.

Another burglary was reported on Sunset Road some time between July 17 and Aug. 14. Jewelry was reportedly stolen from a bedroom. There were no signs of forced entry and no suspects have been identified.

Two cases of theft were reported at the Maryland Farms YMCA on Aug. 12 and 13, both involving the theft of wallets and a cell phone. According to BPD, a suspect has been identified and charges are pending.

One unidentified person was arrested on Wednesday after they allegedly stole a portable charging station from Best Buy on Galleria Boulevard. 

Jewelry was also reported stolen from the bedroom of a home on High Lea Road on July 28. No suspects have been identified as the crime was not immediately reported.

As previously reported by the Home Page, one person was arrested on Thursday after allegedly attempting to steal a vehicle at The Fresh Market near Maryland Farms.

That suspect has been identified by the Brentwood Police Department as 20-year-old Benjamin Michael Ciancio, of California, Maryland. Ciancio is charged with carjacking, aggravated robbery, evading arrest and assault. He is being held in the Williamson County Jail with a $37,000 bond. He has a court date scheduled for 1 p.m. on Aug. 28.

No other crimes were reported.

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