A clerk at an Abercorn Street cell phone service store said two men came in and asked to open an account. While one was doing the processing, the second wandered around the store and at one point fumbled with a bag he had carried in with him. The clerk tried to see what he was doing, but his view was obstructed by a desk. Before the credit check was completed, the second man left the store. After he completed the paperwork, the clerk felt something was not right so he began looking around to see if anything was missing and discovered a cell phone was missing from a display. He called mall security and the men were located via security cameras and stopped.
A man called police to report his home had been broken into. Officers observed that entry to the house appeared to be through the back window of the kitchen. The screen had holes in it and was lying on the ground. The window had been broken and pieces of glass were found outside and in the building. It was the only window in the house that did not have security bars. The items that appeared to have been stolen were located in the front bedroom.
A woman parked her car at President and Jefferson streets to go into a Broughton Street nightclub. When she returned, the car was gone. Officers searched the area, but were unable to locate the car. They could find no glass that might indicate the car had been broken into. The woman said she had the keys, but that her license and purse were in the missing car. She said the car has extensive damage to its front, including a missing bumper, and an expired Florida tag.