By SAMANTHA HEARN
In this week’s crime report issued by the Brentwood Police Department, a juvenile is accused of breaking into the Brentwood Country Club and of stealing from a woman’s vehicle in one night.
On Nov. 11 there was a burglar alarm that went off at the Brentwood Country Club. Brentwood Police answered the alarm and encountered the suspect in the restroom. Nothing was stolen, but the juvenile suspect was arrested.
The same juvenile was also arrested for stealing an iPad with case, MacBook and a camera from a woman’s vehicle on McGavock Road on the same night. There were no signs of forced entry.
There were several thefts from motor vehicles in the latest crime report, including a purse with its contents stolen from a car at a gas station on Moores Lane on Nov. 10. There were no signs of forced entry, but the purse was stolen while the victim was filling their gas tank.
On the same day at a different gas station on Moores Lane, another purse and its contents were stolen while the victim was filling their tank. Police suspect a white male in his 40s, 5’11”, about 170 pounds, unshaven and wearing a white t-shirt and jeans. He left in a white older model sedan.
A purse and its contents were stolen from a vehicle on Green Hill Boulevard on Nov. 11. The front passenger side window was broken. Police have no suspects.
On Nov. 12, a purse and its contents were stolen from the rear passenger side of a vehicle on Heritage Way. The rear passenger side window was broken. Police have no suspects.
Sometime between Nov. 8 and 11, CD Seger Construction had a sewer clean out pipe vandalized when an unknown suspect placed a large rock in the sewer clean out, causing damage. Police have no suspects.
Sometime between Nov. 7 and 9 a 10-foot utility trailer and dolly were stolen from the parking lot at Integrated Maintenance on Eastpark Drive. Police have no suspects.
A credit card was stolen from a home on Harpeth River Drive on Nov. 11. A family member was listed as a suspect, and there were fraudulent charges made in Brentwood and in Nashville.
A real estate sign was stolen from the front yard of a home on Haber Drive on Nov. 11. Police have no suspects.
A laptop computer was stolen from a backpack left outside of a building on Granny White Pike on Nov. 11. Police have no suspects.
Money was stolen from a wallet left in an unsecure office on Maryland Way on Nov. 16. Police suspect a black male, 5’8” wearing a gray camo shirt and jeans who left in a dark colored sedan. No arrests have been made.
A game console was shoplifted from Best Buy on Galleria Boulevard on Nov. 16. The suspect was identified and charges were pending.
If you have any information on these crimes, contact the Brentwood Police Department at 615-371-0160.
Samantha Hearn reports for Home Page Media Group. She can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.