By LANDON WOODROOF
The Brentwood Police Department recovered a stolen car at a traffic stop, campaign signs were stolen from a front yard and a car was broken into at Lipscomb Elementary School, according to the latest crime report from the Brentwood Police Department.
The report includes crimes reported to the police during the week preceding Thursday, March 29.
At 1 a.m. on Sunday, March 25, Brentwood police made a traffic stop involving a 2002 Chrysler Town & Country van.
Police subsequently discovered that someone had reported the car stolen from Pickett County, Tennessee. Police arrested two suspects in connection to the stolen vehicle.
Campaign signs were stolen from the yard of a home on the 300 block of Granny White Pike some time between March 14 and March 21, according to the report.
The report lists Christopher Richards, a candidate for a District 7 seat on the Williamson County Commission, as the victim. Police have no suspects.
On the evening of Saturday, March 24, a wallet and diaper bag were stolen from a car parked at Lipscomb Elementary School. A car window was broken to gain access. The report did not list any suspects.
There were several other thefts in Brentwood that were reported over the past week as well.
One of those thefts involved stock and bond certificates and jewelry that were stolen from a lockbox on the 5100 block of Peter Taylor Park Drive. Police have no suspects in connection to this crime.
Someone stole a purse from the 200 block of Ward Circle late in the afternoon of Saturday, March 24. The victim accidentally left the purse on the sidewalk, where it was stolen. Someone made multiple fraudulent charges on the credit cards taken from the purse.
An iPhone was stolen from someone’s gym bag at the Brentwood Family YMCA on Concord Road either on Sunday, March 25 or Monday, March 26. A suspect was identified, and the phone was recovered.
Finally, a wallet was stolen from a purse at the T.J. Maxx on Franklin Road on the afternoon of Monday, March 26. The wallet was stolen while the victim was shopping. A credit card stolen from the purse was later used in Nashville. Police have no suspects.