Police Report for December 28, 2011

by | December 27, 2011 4:36 pm

   Swainsboro police officers reported:

   December 19 

   Victim stated that an unknown offender stole the CD player, amp,

and speakers from her vehicle while it was parked at her residence

on Gumlog Rd.

   Victim on W. Moring St. stated that her money order went missing

and found out that it was cashed by the offender.

   Victim stated that he took his vehicle to the offender on W. MLK

Blvd. six months ago to have an engine put in it and paid him $600

in advance. Victim stated that he found his vehicle taken apart

behind a residence on Gumlog Rd. Owner of the residence stated that

the offender gave him the vehicle for parts.

   December 20

   Victim stated that he took his vehicles to the offender on N.

Main St. to have work done to them. He stated that he paid $2,500

to have the work done and when he got the vehicles back the work

was not done right.

   Victim stated that an unknown offender hit her vehicle while it

was parked at Wal-Mart.

   Victim stated that the offender took multiple items from her

residence on King Circle Dr. and sold them.

   December 21 

   Victim stated that an unknown offender hit his vehicle while it

was parked on Court St.

   Victim on Lee St. stated that the offender got mad at her and

flipped over the kitchen table.

   Victim stated that an unknown offender damaged her vehicle while

trying to pry open the door while it was parked on N. Green St.

   December 22                      

   Victim stated that an unknown offender stole his laptop from his

residence on W. Church St.

   Victim stated that the offender came to her residence on Gumlog

Rd. and took a picture.

   Victim reported loud noises at the offender’s residence on

Seventh St.

   Officer reported to Lewis St. and found an unknown offender

fleeing the Food Basket.

   Victim stated that an unknown offender knocked down his mailbox

and turned over his trash cans at his residence on William Rountree

St.

   Victim stated that an unknown offender took all of the wiring

and copper tubing out of his residence on Herrrington Ave.

   Victim on Braswell Blvd. stated that a limb fell on her vehicle 

and damaged it.

   Victim on Modoc Rd. stated that the offender keeps playing loud

music.

   Victim stated that an unknown offender stole multiple items from

her property on Herrington Ave.

   December 23

   Victim stated that the offender stole $9 from her while on S.

Racetrack St.

   Victim on E. Pine St. stated that she had her vehicle repoed and

the offender took multiple items from it.

   Unknown offender broke into the victim’s residence on Lee St.

and stole a computer tower.

   Victim on S. Anderson Dr. stated that the offender threatened to

kill her.

   December 24 

   Victim on Crump St. stated that the offender slapped her.

   Victim stated that an unknown offender stole a central a/c unit

from her mother’s residence on New Life Rd.

   Victim stated that her phone went missing while in Wal-Mart.

   December 26 

   Victim stated that an unknown offender stole her wallet from her

vehicle while it was parked on N. Main St.

   Victim on Lucky St. stated that the offender keeps harassing her

and won’t leave her alone. 

   Victim stated that an unknown offender stole two cast iron tubs

from his property on Bell St.

   Victim stated that he got into a physical altercation with the

offender while on W. Main St.

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