Police Report for September 4, 2013

by | September 3, 2013 4:46 pm

   Swainsboro police officers reported:

   August 26

   Victim stated that he left his wallet at KT’s Place and, when he returned to get it, someone had stolen all his money from inside the wallet.

   August 27

   Complainant at Murphy USA stated that an unknown suspect pulled up and pumped $15.40 in gas and drove off without paying for it.

   Complainant at the Dollar Tree stated that an unknown suspect came into the store and put a thing of Dial soap in his pocket and exited the store without paying for it.

   August 28

   Victim on 7th St. stated that an unknown offender entered his vehicle and stole $20 cash and two debit cards.

   Victim on Rainbow Ridge stated that, while he was at work, an unknown offender entered his residence and stole a pair of his Levi pants.

   Victim on Lucky St. stated that an unknown offender broke into his shed, causing $510 worth of damage.

   August 29

   Victim on Williams St. stated that an unknown offender made entry to his cook house, causing damage to the building.

   Victim on Quick Rd. stated that an unknown offender obtained his debit card information and used it in another state.

   Complainant at Emanuel Medical Center stated that, while calling the offender to get a payment, the offender stated that, if the complainant called him one more time, he would kill everyone on the first and second floor of the hospital.

   Victim on S. Main St. stated that she and the offender got into an argument and the offender started hitting her in the face several times. 

   August 30

   Victim on Mary Ann St. stated that an unknown offender came onto his property and stole his bike from under his carport.

   Victim stated that, while at Wal-Mart, she lost her metal card holder. 

   Victim on Mary Ann St. stated that he allowed the offender to take his knife home with him to sharpen it for the victim. Victim stated that he has tried numerous times to get the knife back from the offender and the offender says that it was stolen from his vehicle.

   Victim on N. Main St. stated that he went to pick up his child at the police department, as ordered by the court, for visitation, but the child’s mother did not bring the child.

   August 31

   Victim on E. Main St. stated that she left her wallet on top of her vehicle after paying for her gas and drove off without getting it off the vehicle.

   September 1

   Victim on Rentz St. stated that, sometime during the night, he lost his wallet with $80 cash in it.

   Victim on Lake Luck Dr. stated that an unknown offender stole copper wire from his residence.

   Victim on W. Church St. stated that the offender keeps sending her harassing messages on facebook after he has been asked not to do so.

   September 2

   Victim on Cross St. stated that the offender, the father of her daughter, came to her residence and stated that he wanted the $20 that he spent on their daughter back. Victim stated that she didn’t have the money and the offender became irate and stated that he would do something to the victim that would be worth more than the $20.

   Complainant at the Huddle House stated that the suspects left without paying their bill in the amount of $25.73.

   Victim on Rainbow Ridge stated that an unknown offender stole a pair of boots from his bedroom.

   Victim on Happiness Dr. stated that an unknown offender broke into her residence through her son’s bedroom window.

   Victim on Racetrack St. stated that the offender, her fiancé, called her and wanted her to bring him something to eat. Victim stated that, when she arrived, the offender was highly intoxicated, reached in the vehicle, grabbed the victim’s cell phone and wanted to know who she had been talking to. Victim stated that the offender left with her phone and didn’t return to the residence until about an hour later, when he stated that she wouldn’t be talking to anyone else.

   September 3

   Victim on Flanders St. stated that an unknown offender entered her residence and stole her Nintendo Wii.

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