CRIME REPORT: Rash of car burglaries in Brentwood Pointe, police recover stolen car

CRIME REPORT: Rash of car burglaries in Brentwood Pointe, police recover stolen car


Vehicles at six nearby addresses in the Brentwood Pointe neighborhood were burglarized recently, and police officers recovered a stolen car in Brentwood, according to the latest crime report provided by the Brentwood Police Department. The crime report covers the week preceding Thursday, March 1.

Multiple unlocked cars on the 200 block of Brentwood Pointe were entered between about 2:30 a.m. and 2:47 a.m. on the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 28.

The report states that a suspect or suspects fled from the Brentwood Police Department in a vehicle. One suspect is described as a young black male with a thin build wearing a gray hoodie. The suspect reportedly left in a white Nissan with temporary tags.

On the morning of Monday, Feb. 25 Brentwood police stopped a 2006 Chrysler 300 near the intersection of Wilson Pike Circle and Old Hickory Boulevard and found out that it had been reported stolen from Murfreesboro. A suspect was arrested.

In other car-related crime, two cars in the unlocked garage of a home on the 9500 block of Wexcroft Drive were entered and searched through between about 10:30 p.m. on the night of Tuesday, Feb. 27 and around 6:30 a.m. on the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 28.

According to the crime report, nothing was taken from the cars. Police have no suspects.

Several other instances of theft are on the crime report. Between the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 16 and the morning of Sunday, Feb. 18 prescription medication was stolen from the medication room at The Heritage at Brentwood senior living community. There are no suspects.

The next theft listed on the report involved a somewhat unusual target. On the morning of Monday, Feb. 26, someone stole the sink faucet handles from the men’s restroom at Owl Creek Park. No suspects are listed on the report.

Another theft occurred on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 27. A suspect reportedly dropped a victim off at a store and then drove away with the victim’s money, cell phone and clothing. The report says that the suspect is an acquaintance of the victim.

Finally, there are two cases of vandalism on this latest report. On Sunday afternoon, Feb. 25, a car at Hill Center Brentwood was scratched with a sharp object. There are no suspects.

Between the afternoon of Tuesday, Feb. 27 and the early morning of Wednesday, Feb. 28, someone broke two windows with bricks on the 500 block of Midway Circle. A relative is listed as a suspect.

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