By LANDON WOODROOF
A number of unlocked cars were entered and rummaged through in the Brenthaven subdivision last week, according to the latest crime report provided by the Brentwood Police Department.
Most of the crimes occurred between about 1:30 and 3 a.m. early Tuesday morning, December 12.
The crimes occurred at seven different addresses. Three of those addresses were close to each other on the 1300 block of Lipscomb Drive. Despite having gone through multiple cars at these addresses, thieves managed to get away with only an iPod.
Three other addresses were on the 8000 block of nearby Lipscomb Court. Money was reported stolen from the cars that were entered at these locations.
Finally, one theft took place on the 1300 block of Haber Drive. A camera, money and clothing were stolen from a car in this incident.
Police have no suspects in these cases, according to the crime report.
In other theft-related news, multiple wheels and tires were stolen on the afternoon of Sunday, December 10 from Andrews Cadillac in Brentwood. The items were taken from a compressor cage, which was broken into. The report states that a white Chrysler sedan was seen leaving the parking lot following the crime.
A 12-foot utility trailer was reported stolen from the 1400 block of Wilson Pike last week. The trailer was taken from a parking lot. There are no suspects.
At Fresh Market on Franklin Road, a shopper’s wallet was stolen from her purse while she shopped Wednesday afternoon, December 13. Multiple fraudulent chargers were made on credit cards that were in the wallet. Police have no suspects.
Several tires were slashed on two different cars parked on the 8200 block of Maryland Lane on either Sunday evening, December 10 or Monday morning, December 11. Police have no suspects.
Also, police were able to help mitigate some of the damage from a car theft that occurred in Brentwood in November.
A red 2011 Ford F-150 had been stolen from a driveway on Pin Oak Lane between November 14 and 15. The keys had been inside the truck.
Around the same time that truck was stolen, police received reports of car-related thefts in the area. At one of those crime scenes, a witness described seeing a red Ford F-150, Brentwood Police Department Assistant Chief Thomas Walsh said.
On November 22, Brentwood police, working with the Mt. Juliet Police Department, recovered that truck and another car that had been stolen from Brentwood in the Hermitage area.
Police found items inside the truck that had been reported stolen from other cars in Brentwood. This past week, Brentwood police were able to return some of those stolen items to its owner.