Police Report: Miscellaneous reports filed

by | April 13, 2005 12:00 am

Swainsboro police officers reported a variety of reports filed. Cases are:

April 4

A Lucky St. woman reported a woman, whom she identified, threatened to beat her up.

Employee at El Valle Restaurant reported someone stole his vehicle.

Officer was called to a residence on N. Green St. to a domestic disturbance.

Officer responded and assisted firefighters with vehicle fires at Quick Mart and on E. MLK and Rentz streets.

A Lewis St. man reported someone had broken into his house.

Employee at Peebles-Curry-Durden Mortuary reported a suspicious vehicle parked behind the building.

Employee at Dr. Howard’s office reported some people are having sexual relations on the property and leaving behind used prophylactics. Victim said this is not the first time this has happened.

April 5

A man on Gumlog Rd. reported a man, whom he identified, attacked him.

A woman at Swains-boro High School reported someone stole her cell phone and shoes.

A Sunset Dr. woman reported a woman, whom she identified, keeps harassing her on the phone.

A Shearhouse St. woman reported a woman, whom she identified, keeps harassing her on the phone.

A Lee St. woman reported her husband threw a pair of scissors at her and punched her.

A woman walking on New St. reported someone drove by and threw beer on her.

An E. Pine St. woman reported her ex-husband is in violation of an order not to contact her or their children.

April 6

A woman who parked at East Georgia College reported someone damaged her car.

A Lee St. man reported someone stole his bedroom suite.

An Advance St. woman reported a woman, whom she identified, is harassing her.

A woman who parked her car at Wal-Mart reported someone damaged her vehicle.

A Gumlog Rd. woman reported someone stole her vehicle tag.

April 7

A New St. woman reported a woman, whom she identified, is harassing her.

Officer was called to Time Saver on S. Main St. to a fight.

A woman who parked at Capro reported someone damaged her vehicle.

A man who parked on Central St. reported someone keyed his vehicle.

Employee at N. Main BP reported someone pumped $7 in gas and did not pay.

Employee at Rentown reported a man, who was identified, has not paid for items he bought.

April 8

A man driving on Market St. reported someone tried to run him off the roadway.

A man at Wal-Mart reported he lost his cell phone.

A mother of a student at Swainsboro High School reported someone stole her son’s cell phone.

A woman at Capro reported someone stole three rings from her purse.

Officer was dispatched to a case of a peeping Tom on W. MLK Blvd. Case was forwarded to the Housing Authority.

A woman who parked her car on N. Racetrack St. reported someone stole the gas out of the car.

April 9

A woman driving on Carver St. reported a woman, whom she identified, tried to get her to hit her car. Victim said offender got out of the car, pulled her hair and hit her on her head.

A man at Time Saver on

S. Main St. reported he was approached by a male who offered to sell him some Valium.

April 10

A man on King Circle Dr. reported someone stole speakers, CDs, CD player and amplifier from his car.

Employee at Shepard’s Garage reported someone moved 13 oil drums.

Employee of Burger King, who was attempting to make a deposit at Durden Bank, reported someone came from behind and snatched her purse.

A woman who was walking to the Bama Club reported a woman, whom she identified, cut her on her right ear. Both women were fighting and victim was also bitten by offender.

April 11

Employee at the city shop on Market St. reported a gas pump was broken.

Employee at Shepard’s Auto Repair reported someone damaged the driver’s side window of a car.

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