On Sept. 8, an entering auto complaint was filed at Cricket Wireless, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman said a man known to her came into the Cricket Wireless store for a short period and then left. The man, she said, loitered in the parking lot for a while and then allegedly entered her Ford Explorer and took the woman’s purse which allegedly contained $410, a BB&T bank card and a food stamp card.

On Sept. 8, a simple assault complaint was filed at a March Street residence. According to reports, a man alleged that his girlfriend had entered his bedroom while he slept and “began fussing at him thinking he had made something for another female.” The man said he got out of bed and attempted to leave the residence to prevent an altercation and the woman pulled him back in by his shirt, causing him to fall into her and then into the wall. The woman then allegedly grabbed a knife and verbally threatened the man but, reports state, never raised the knife in the man’s direction. She then knocked over a trash can, an action she had performed once before. Another woman at the residence captured the incident on her cell phone.

On Sept. 11, an entering auto complaint was filed at a Walker Rose Lane residence. According to reports, a woman said someone entered her unlocked vehicle and removed keys (including a key to the vehicle), a debit card, a driver’s license and two identification cards.

On Sept. 11, an entering auto complaint was filed at a College Drive residence. According to reports, a man said someone entered his unlocked vehicle and removed keys (including a key to the vehicle) and tools valued at $250.

On Sept. 11, an entering auto complaint was filed at a Walker Rose Lane residence. According to reports, a juvenile reported that someone entered her unlocked vehicle and removed a yellow coin purse, a driver’s license and a debit card.

On Sept. 11, an information report was filed at a Bethany Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that she had not been paid moving expenses and other wages by her employer. The employer told an officer that he did not owe the woman money and he wanted the woman banned from his residence. The woman then told the officer that she had been choked by the man’s associate while the associate was drunk.

On Sept. 11, an information report was filed at a Micha Way residence.♦ According to reports, a woman reported that someone was knocking on her door and then running away. The woman said she did not respond to the initial knock because she was not expecting a visitor. After the second knock, she said, she located a note left in a plastic Chinese reusable dish. The note, reports state, allegedly said “Fyou.” The woman said she suspects the perpetrator is a juvenile.

On Sept. 10, an information report was filed at a Cook Hill Road residence. According to reports, a man said while he was sitting in a field when someone “snuck up behind him and hit him on the head with a stick or a bat and knocked him out…” The man said the alleged attack occurred around 4 a.m. or 5 a.m. and when he awoke, he was missing $400. The man, reports state, “appeared intoxicated” and had a sack with two Bud Light beers. He had also defecated himself. The man told the officer that after he was struck he woke up with feces “all over him.” Emergency medical technicians arrived at the scene but could not find any apparent injuries on the man’s body. Relatives of the man arrived and aided him to a vehicle and then drove him to his residence.

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