Swainsboro Police Report for July 31, 2013

by | July 30, 2013 5:02 pm

   Swainsboro police officers reported:

   July 22

   Victim on Rainbow Ridge stated that, when she went into the store, the offender went into her belongings and stole her debit card.

   Victim on Mason Dr. stated that, when she went to get in her vehicle to go to work, she noticed that an unknown offender had scratched her vehicle on the hood, doors, bumper and trunk.

   Victim on Jones Ave. stated that she was backing out of the driveway when she hit a utility pole, causing damage to the vehicle.

   Victim on Jackson St. stated that she was getting out of her vehicle when the offender came out of nowhere, snatched her purse and ran off.

   Victim on Kite Rd. stated that an unknown offender entered his vehicle and stole his car charger for his cell phone and two packs of Pal Mall cigarettes.

   July 23

   Victim on Claxton Ave. stated that the offender is filming her residence and swearing and hollering at her children. Victim stated that the offender has also sent the victim’s mother a facebook message and made numerous phone calls to her residence.

   Victim on N. Main St. stated that she had seven unauthorized transactions on her Master Card.

   Victim on S. Main St. stated that the offender, her aunt’s ex-boyfriend, has been coming to her job asking questions about her aunt. Victim stated that this has been going on for the past week and it made her more concerned because the offender asked her to take a ride with him, and, not knowing his intentions, she declined and called the police.

   Victim on Watson St. stated that he and his wife were contacted by the IRS concerning a financial issue that they did not know was going on. Victim stated that an unknown offender has been using their personal information.

   Victim on N. Coleman St. stated that, after hearing a loud noise, she went outside to find the offender running off. Her tires had been flattened on her vehicle by a sharp object.

   July 24

   Victim on Enterprise St. stated that, sometime through the night, an unknown offender stole her tag and decal from her vehicle.

   Victim on McLeod Bridge Rd. stated that, sometime during the night, an unknown offender keyed her vehicle and deflated her tires.

   Victim on N. Racetrack St. stated that, while at her doctor’s appointment at Emanuel Medical Center, an unknown offender keyed her vehicle.

   July 25

   Victim on Hill St. stated that, when he went outside to get in his vehicle to go to work, he noticed that an unknown offender had broken his window out of his vehicle.

   Victim on Hickory Trace Circle stated that, when she went inside her residence after work, her bike was on the front porch, but when she exited her residence a few hours later, she noticed the bike was missing.

   Victim stated that, when she went to Citizens Bank to get her wedding rings out of the safety deposit box, she got them out and put them in her pocketbook. Victim stated that there was a hole in her pocketbook and the rings fell out somewhere but she is not sure where.

   Victim on Gumlog Rd. stated that she and the offender, her sister, got into an argument about their mother’s vehicle that they are sharing. Victim stated that, when they got to their residence, she got out of the vehicle and the offender attempted to run over her.

   Victim on N. Coleman St. stated that an unknown offender left a child in a vehicle unattended for several minutes. Victim stated that the offender did not leave the car running, just left a window partially down.

   Victim on N. Green St. stated that, sometime during the night, an unknown offender came onto her porch and stole two bikes that were chained to the banister on the porch.

   Victim on Rainbow Ridge stated that he spent the night at his mother’s residence and, when he returned home the next day, he discovered that an unknown offender had broken his living room window out, took the AC unit from the window and laid it on the ground to gain entry to his residence.

   July 26

   Victim on N. Coleman St. stated that his neighbor woke him up and stated that an unknown offender entered his vehicle and took something from inside and ran off. Victim stated that, when he looked in his vehicle, he noticed his CD/DVD player had been snatched out of his dash.

   Victim on Market St. stated that she was driving to the Emanuel Medical Center when she lost control of her vehicle and ran into the ditch, causing the tires to blow out on impact.

   Victim on N. Main St. stated that an unknown offender charged his bank account on three different occasions in Michigan without his permission in the amount of $791.92.

   July 27

   Victim on East Main St. stated that she left her cell phone on the counter at the store and, when she returned to get it, the phone could not be located.

   Victim on S. Main St. stated that he left his wallet on top of his car and, when he came back outside from getting something inside the store, his wallet was missing.

   Complainant stated that an unknown offender attempted to take several items by putting them down his pants. 

   Victim on Claxton Ave. stated that, sometime during the night, an unknown offender cut his pool liner, causing all the water to drain out of the pool and damage the liner.

   July 28

   Victim on Dawson St. stated that an unknown offender let the air out of her tires on her vehicle and left a note stuck to the driver side door.

   Victim on Deer Creek Dr. stated that he was in his residence when he heard a loud noise and, when he went outside, he discovered an unknown offender had broken the window out of his vehicle.

   Victim on N. Main St. stated that the offender is withholding items that belong to him.

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