CRIME WATCH REPORT March 9 – 13, 2017


3/09/2017 An unattended cellphone was stolen from a classroom in Clay High School on State Road 16 in Green Cove Springs. CCR#2017005421

3/09/2017 An unattended wallet was stolen from Planet Fitness on County Road 220 in Fleming Island. CCR#2017005427

3/09/2017 An unattended bicycle was stolen from a residence on Edson Drive (BELLAIR) in Orange Park. CCR#2017005457

3/09/2017 Delivered packages were stolen from a residence on Moss Creek Drive (WOODLANDS) in Fleming Island. CCR#2017005466

3/10/2017 Power tools were stolen from a residence on Beaver Avenue (BLACK CREEK PARK) in Middleburg. CCR#2017005532

3/11/2017 Two bicycles were stolen from a residence on Tumbleweed Drive (TANGLEWOOD VILLAGE) in Orange Park. CCR#2017005587

3/12/2017 An unattended generator was stolen from a residence on Lang Avenue (LAKESIDE ESTATES) in Orange Park. CCR#2017005677

3/12/2017 Landscape equipment was stolen from a residence on Wilderness Circle (MCRAE LANDING) in Middleburg. CCR#2017005693

Burglary to Structures:

3/09/2017 Air conditioning units were stolen from a residence under construction on Hepburn Road (Forest Hammock) in Orange Park. CCR#2017005406

3/10/2017 Miscellaneous personal and electronic items were stolen from a residence on Piedmont Street (HIGHRIDGE ESTATES) in Keystone Heights. CCR#2017005471

3/13/2017 There was damage to a shed and miscellaneous power tools items were stolen from a residence on Deer Springs Road (DEER SPRINGS FARMS) in Keystone Heights. CCR#2017005738

3/13/2017 There was a broken window and damage to a door at a residence on Wells Road in Orange Park. CCR#2017005749

Burglary to Autos:

3/09/2017 A vehicle was stolen from a residence on Jefferson Avenue (JEFFERSON SQUARE) in Orange Park. CCR#2017005431

3/11/2017 A parked vehicle was ransacked at a residence on Silver Bluff Boulevard (OAKLEAF PLANTATION) in Orange Park. Nothing was reported stolen. CCR#2017005585

3/13/2017 Miscellaneous personal electronic items were stolen from an unlocked, ransacked vehicle parked at a residence on Crossing Boulevard in Orange Park. CCR#2017005730

Criminal Mischief:

3/10/2017 There was vehicular damage to lawn areas at the Tanglewood Community Park on Gifford Avenue in Orange Park. CCR#2017005472

3/10/2017 There was a broken window at a vacant office building on Lawrence Boulevard in Keystone Heights. CCR#2017005492

3/10/2017 There was damage to a shed door at Best Price Variety on County Road 218 (Duck Pond) in Middleburg. CCR#2017005519

3/12/2017 There was damage to the front door of a business on Arora Boulevard (MEADOWBROOK) in Orange Park.CCR#2017005669

3/12/2017 A vehicle’s fuel tank was contaminated at a residence on Kingfisher Boulevard (WATERVIEW RIDGE) in Orange Park. CCR#2017005681

3/13/2017 There was tire damage to two vehicles parked at a residence on Suwannee River Drive (RIVERBEND) in Fleming Island. CCR#2017005735

Sign Up for Crime Watch Report

You can provide your email address to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) and receive the Crime Watch Report each week. Please be aware that the CCSO, like all law enforcement agencies in our state, is subject to Florida’s public record laws. If requested, the CCSO is required to provide this email address list as a public record for public release. If for any reason you do not want your email address released, please contact our agency at to have your address removed and to discontinue receipt of the emails. You may instead access the Crime Watch Report on our agency’s social media sites.

The CCSO Crime Watch Report is intended to make the citizens of Clay County better aware of crimes and crime trends impacting neighborhoods. Out of respect for victims’ privacy and in compliance with FSS Ch. 119 (public record law), we do not include locations of certain types of crimes against persons, i.e. sexual assault and child abuse.

Our goals are to educate the public generally about what is occurring in the community and how to prevent crimes when possible. For more information about the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, please visit

Chris Padget