Police Report for June 29, 2011

by | June 29, 2011 9:19 am

   Swainsboro police officers reported:

  

June 19 

  

Victim stated that an unknown offender stole the CD player from her

vehicle while it was parked at her residence on Lucky St.

  

June 20

  

Offender’s children damaged the victim’s pool on Crump St.

  

Victim stated that an unknown offender stole two window a/c units

from her residence on Lucky St.

  

Victim stated that an unknown offender entered his residence on

Lewis St. and took two cellphones, a DVD player converter box, and

an electric shaver with the charger.

  

Victim stated that the voices in her head are telling her that the

subjects are going to put rock powder silica on her.

  

Victim stated that an unknown offender stole a pallet of metal

steel sheets from Southeastern Tech.

  

Victim on Lucky St. stated that an unknown offender came to her

residence and scratched her vehicle.

  

Victim stated that an unknown offender cut all four tires on her

vehicle while it was parked at her residence on William Rountree

St.

  

Victim stated that an unknown offender came to her residence on

William Rountree St. and stole two washing machines.

  

Victim on W. Church St. stated that an unknown offender broke out a

window to his residence and cracked two window panes.

  

Victim stated that he an the offender didn’t have a rental

agreement on a vehicle and the offender had an accident on Main St.

and damaged the vehicle. 

  

Victim on N. Racetrack St. stated that an unknown offender stole

her vehicle. Vehicle was recovered.

  

June 21

  

Victim stated that the offender attempted to jump out of her

vehicle while she was traveling on N. Coleman St.

  

Victim stated that an unknown offender threw a rock at her

residence on Lincoln St. and busted a window.

  

June 23 

  

Victim stated that an unknown offender broke a window of her

residence on Gumlog Rd.

  

Victim stated that the offender broke into his property on Crump

St. and did $600 in damage to the property.

  

Victim on W. MLK Blvd. stated that the offender grabbed her by the

chin and held her head to the side.

  

Victim stated that she walked out of the library and observed an

unknown offender in the driver’s seat of her vehicle, looking

through her property. Victim stated that the offender fled and

nothing appeared to be missing.

  

Victim on Market St. stated that the offender has been harassing

her and making threats directed at her son.

  

Offender was apprehended while he was in the process of removing

iron from the railroad near S. Green St.

  

June 24

  

Complaintant stated that two central a/c units were missing from

the victim’s residence.

  

Victim stated that $300 in cash went missing from her purse while

Medical Center Pharmacy.

  

Victim stated that an unknown offender stole his central heat and

air unit from his residence on Rentz St.

  

June 26 

  

Victim stated that an unknown offender stole his lawn mower from

his residence on Sutton Dr.

  

Victim on Gumlog Rd. stated that the offender threatened to kill

her and put his hands around her neck.

  

Victim on Mist St. stated that an unknown offender stole his lawn

mower.

  

June 27 

  

Victim on Dawson St. stated that the offender pushed her down.

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