On Sept. 22, an information report was filed at an East Washington Street residence. According to reports, a woman said her boyfriend threatened to call the Department of Family of Children and Services (DFCS) and fabricate a report against her if she did not put money into his bank account. The complainant alleged that her boyfriend had a gambling problem and she controls the money in their relationship. She also advised she has changed the locks on her residence.
On Sept. 12, a theft by taking complaint was filed at an Industrial Boulevard location. According to reports, a man said someone had cut a catalytic convertor off his 2011 Toyota Tundra.
On Sept. 21, an information report was filed at Marco’s Pizza, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a 16-year-old said that a woman entered the store holding a pizza that had been delivered to her residence and advised that the pizza was “made wrong.” The teen countered that the pizza had, in fact, been made correctly. However, reports state, he agreed to have a second pizza made. The woman then instructed the teen to hand the pizza to a male subject who had accompanied her to the store. The teen alleged that after he handed the male the pizza the woman bumped him, instead of walking around him. Video surveillance showed the woman brushing past the teen. The teen also alleged that the male with the woman told the teen he would be back and inquired as to “how did he want his coffin, open or closed?” An officer went to the woman’s residence based on the delivery information and the woman alleged that the teen was “rude and said things like; I don’t know why you brought the pizza back.” A male witness at the store told the officer that the teen “needed to be more respectful when talking to customers.”
On Sept. 22, an identity fraud complaint was filed at a Penor Street residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that her driver’s license number had been used by a man who currently has active warrants against him out of Lamar County. An officer investigated and found that, in fact, the man had used the complainant’s driver’s license number to establish an alias and when a search on the license was made, there was a notification, falsely, that the complainant was wanted. The officer was able to resolve the situation with the woman.
On Sept. 25, an information report was filed at a Green Meadows Drive residence. According to reports, a man said someone had removed the license plate off his tow trailer.
On Sept. 26, a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at Ag South, Lions Club Road. According to reports, a man said someone attempted to take the company’s smoker/cooker. The complainant said the cooker was mounted on a trailer and the trailer had a trailer hitch lock. The man said that he observed that the cooker had been moved from its normal parking space and noticed that two of the tires on the cooker were flat because the trailer also has locking mechanisms for the axles.
On Sept. 24, a simple assault complaint was filed at a Madison Avenue residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that after she called her husband to come home and go to the store with her, the man came home and, the woman said, shoved the door of the couple’s Ford Expedition on her back as she was leaning in the car. A female witness concurred with the woman regarding the series of events. The husband said as he was attempting to squeeze past the woman and the car door, the woman pushed the door back on him and he pushed the door back. A male witness concurred with the man regarding the series of events. The couple was separated for the night, reports state.