Police Report

by | November 30, 2010 12:00 am

Swainsboro police officers reported:

November 22

Complaintant at Rentown stated that the offender wrote a bad check $80 to make a payment.

Victim on West Moring St. stated that the offender attacked her and threatened her with a knife.

November 23

Victim at Easy Stop stated that the offender came into the store and started acting as though she worked there. She started cleaning the floor and taking out the trash. While she was taking the trash out back, she also took out large boxes containing items. The was another offender out back in a vehicle so the offender could store the boxes.

Victim on E. Pine St. stated that an unknown offender took down two wreathes and threw them in her yard.

November 25

Victim on West Church St. stated that the offender violated the terms of his lease and she wants him to leave the property.

Victim stated that the offender harassed her while she was walking on S. Racetrack St.

Victim stated that the offender cut all the tires on his vehicle while it was parked on N. Racetrack St.

November 26

Victim stated that she was chased and attacked by two dogs while on Ponderosa Dr.

Victim on E. MLK Blvd. stated that an unknown offender broke into her residence and stole several items.

November 27

Victim on Rainbow Ridge stated that an unknown offender drove a vehicle into his yard and damaged his lawn.

Complaintant at the Kwik Shop stated that the offender pumped $39.54 in gas and drove off. While the officer was there, the offender came back and when asked admitted to stealing the gas.

Victim stated that while at Harmon Park an unknown offender kicked a beer bottle and it hit his vehicle scratching the left rear side of the vehicle.

November 28

Victim on Gumlog Rd. stated that an unknown offender cut two tires on her vehicle.

Victim on West Moring St. stated that the offender kicked the front door of her apartment causing damage.

Victim stated that the offender hit him on the head with a beer bottle while at the Way. Then when he went outside, the offender and someone else jumped on him.

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