Police Report: Theft, domestic abuse reported
by Emanuel County Live | December 8, 2004 12:00 am
Swainsboro police officers reported cases of theft, domestic abuse and vandalism for the week. Logged are:
A man who parked his truck at Chris’ Truck Repair reported someone broke into it and stole several items.
A Freedom St. woman reported a man, whom she identified, threatens to have her institutionalized and have her daughter’s probation revoked.
A Jerome St. woman reported a man, whom she identified, kicked her in her stomach. Victim is 7 months pregnant.
Workers at Aaron’s construction site reported someone stole 110 feet of black copper wire.
A Lake Luck Dr. woman reported someone broke into her house and stole $1,444 in items.
A McLeod Dr. man reported a woman, who was identified, told him that her son had thrown a rock and broken a window of a daycare.
A man who was walking on Harris St. reported someone hit him in the head with a beer bottle causing him to lose his boots.
An E. MLK Blvd. woman reported her boyfriend tried to jump on her when she called the police.
A Wadley woman reported someone has used her identity to open a gas account in Swainsboro. Victim said she has never lived in Swainsboro.
A woman on Calhoun St. reported she found some of her property at PJ’s Flea Market. Victim said she had made a burglary report previously.
A woman on S. Racetrack St. reported a woman, whom she identified, hit her on her face and body.
A W. Church St. man reported someone shattered the passenger side window of his car with a BB gun and damaged his fence and screen porch.
A woman at The Way reported someone keyed her car.
A woman at a Swainsboro High School basketball game reported a woman, who was identified, keyed her car.
A Claxton Ave., man reported a man, whom he identified, harassed him on the telephone.
Officer received complaint of four unattended children in a vehicle. Department of Family and Children Services was notified.
Employee at a gas station on E. Main St. reported a woman pumped $5 in gas and did not pay. However, the clerk said the woman did pay for $6 in lottery tickets.
Employee at Flash Foods reported someone broke the glass out of gas pump #3.
A McLeod Dr. woman reported her son started pushing and punching her after she refused to give him a gun to go hunting.
Employee at Petro reported someone pumped $12.89 in gas and did not pay.
A Franklin Rd. man reported a youth, whom he identified, damaged his car.
A Ft. Benning woman reported a man, whom she identified, refused to return her child. The child was eventually returned.
A Ben St. woman reported someone stole her car.