On Aug. 19, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Carmichael Drive residence. According to reports, a woman said someone had taken her daughter’s purple Huffy mountain bike. The bike was removed from underneath the house’s carport and is valued at $200.
On Aug. 19, a criminal damage to property and harassing phone calls complaint was filed at a Carriage Lane residence.♦ According to reports, a woman showed an officer a photo from SnapChat of the complainant in the parking lot of Dos Amigo’s restaurant on Eatonton Road. Underneath the photo, reports state, were the words “Look at this messy b.” The woman said she had not given the suspect, who she believes is a former classmate, permission to take or publish her photo. She also said that last week someone had spread a white substance on her vehicle’s hood and the substance had damaged the paint on the vehicle. She also said someone had recently slashed a tire on her vehicle.
On Aug. 22, a theft by taking complaint was filed at Lowe’s, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a juvenile reported that while at Lowe’s around noon, he walked inside to purchase a new chain for his 16-inch Husqvarna chainsaw. An hour later when he returned to the truck, he observed that the chainsaw, which had been in the open air back of a truck, was gone. The teen said he drove around the parking lot to see if the saw had fallen off the truck but did not find the chainsaw. The saw is valued at $300.
On Aug. 21, a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Bramblewood Drive residence. According to reports, a man said when he came home after he and a friend spent the day fishing and drinking, his wife told him to leave. The man said as he was packing some belongings to leave, the wife stabbed the rear tire of his vehicle. The wife told an officer that she was upset that the husband had been gone all day but after he began packing up to leave, she had second thoughts and stabbed the car to prevent him from driving away.
On Aug. 20, a harassment complaint was filed at a Pearl Street residence. According to reports, a woman said her 15-year-old daughter had been harassed by an unknown teen female. The mother alleged the teen and two other females drove to the complainant’s residence, parked across the street and then attempted to coerce the daughter to come outside and fight. The mother said the group left when she called the police. However, the vehicle was stopped by officers and all occupants, including a pregnant woman, were identified.
On Aug. 17, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Bramblewood Drive residence. According to reports, a woman said she had ordered a child’s play tent from Amazon. The woman said Amazon had confirmed that the tent had been delivered to her front door, however when she went to retrieve the package, it was gone.