• On March 20 a burglary complaint was filed at a Micha Way location after a woman reported that she came home and found broken glass and a rock in her residence.
The complainant said a brown hunting knife valued at $30 was missing.
• On March 24 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Micha Way location after a woman reported that someone had damaged an apartment by kicking in a door.
• On March 20 a fraud complaint was filed at a Harris Avenue residence after a man reported that someone had obtained his debit card and used it to make a $429 purchase in Nevada.
• On March 20 a burglary complaint was filed at a North Main Street restaurant after a man reported that when he arrived to open the restaurant he noticed a damaged window. Inside the restaurant the area around the cash register was in disarray, as if someone was searching for money. Nothing was reported stolen, however and the cost of replacing the window is unknown.
• On March 20 a damage to property complaint was filed at the Morgan County Recreation Department tennis courts after a man reported that someone had damaged the rear gate of the tennis courts. Hinges and a latch were damaged on the gates.
• On March 18 a simple assault, cruelty toward child and interfering with 911 call complaint was filed at a Bramblewood Drive location after officers responded to a 911 call referencing a child screaming “please don’t kill my momma, please don’t kill my momma.” When officers arrived a woman said a man known to her had dragged her off the bed after arguing with the woman regarding a phone conversation. The woman said the man had left the residence and taken her cell phone.
• On March 22 a burglary complaint was filed at a Pine Street location after a man reported that someone had broken into a house under renovation and removed a Hitachi circular saw and a Hitachi drill. A GE refrigerator was also removed from the house. Estimated value of the items is $350.
• On March 23 a disturbing peace complaint was filed at a West Washington Street restaurant after a man reported that an employee had left work suddenly and owed the restaurant $13.70.
According to reports the employee had argued with a 16-year-old employee and had called the employee a derogatory name.
The owner of the restaurant requested that the employee not return to work.
• On March 24 an entering auto complaint was filed at an Athens Highway location after a woman reported that someone had entered her Jeep Liberty and removed her purse. The purse is dark brown and contained her wallet and checkbook.
It also contained Social Security cards for the complainant and her children. The complainant said she had left the door unlocked.
• On March 24 a harassing phone call complaint was filed at a Bostwick Highway location after a woman reported that she had separated from her boyfriend approximately one week ago and that the man had called several times with threats.
The complainant said several friends of the ex-boyfriend had also called in a threatening manner.
• On March 22 a gas drive off complaint was filed at an Athens Highway convenience store after a man reported that someone in a beige pickup truck had pumped $50.03 in gas and then driven off.
The complainant said a customer in the store followed the suspect and positively identified the driver.
• On March 19 a gas drive off complaint was filed at an Atlanta Highway convenience store after a man reported that someone in a white Ford Explorer had pumped $40 worth of gas then drove off without paying. The Explorer was headed toward Bostwick on the Apalachee Highway.
• On March 22 an affray complaint was filed at a Fairplay Road location after a man reported that another man had walked into his yard and struck him with a piece of wood.
The complainant said he then dragged the man to the ground and head butted him in an attempt to defend himself.
He said the man then stomped on his face and kicked him in the groin. Deputies talked to the man who reported that the fight had started because the complainant came into his room several times, demanding that he clean up. He also said he never struck the complainant with a piece of wood.
• On March 21 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at Hard Labor Creek golf course after a man reported that someone had driven onto the number seven green and drove in circles around the flag pole. The green was damaged reports state by either an ATV or golf cart.
• On March 23 a damage to vehicle complaint was filed at a West Main Street, Rutledge, location after a woman reported that someone had damaged her gold Honda Accord while it was parked on West Main Street.
• On March 23 a dispute complaint was filed at a Pinetree Circle location after a woman reported that while she was visiting a friend, another woman accused her of playing music too loud from the car stereo.
The complainant said the woman took her car keys and called police. The woman had returned the complainant’s keys when officers arrived.
• On March 18 an identification complaint was filed at a West Main Street, Rutledge location after a man reported that he had been conducting business with a man he had found on Craig’s List and that he had given the man his Social Security number, bank account numbers and bank routing numbers via a fax to a Florida address.
• On March 18 a disorderly conduct complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a woman reported that she and her step-mother had engaged in an argument so she was going to leave.
The step-mother gave the complainant permission to collect some belongings and the complainant then left without incident.
• On March 18 Dennis Franklin Stephens, 18, Madison, James Ree Jones, 17, Madison and Lauren Victoria Horne, 17, Madison, were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and safety belt violation after a deputy noticed that Horne and Jones allegedly did not have on seat belts while a vehicle driven by Horne was traveling north on Bethany Road. Consequent to a traffic stop, reports state, officers located a small plastic bag of suspected marijuana in one of Stephens’ socks, some loose suspected marijuana in the car and in Horne’s purse.
• On March 18 a burglary complaint was filed at a Price Mill Road location after a man reported that someone had attempted to steal a Polaris four-wheeler. The complainant said suspects had turned on a motor for a fuel pump and had attempted to roll the four-wheeler to a waiting truck on the road.
Neighbors reported hearing the pump motor turn on and investigated. Two men fled on foot.
The truck was confiscated by authorities. The four-wheeler was found with a damaged ignition.
The truck was towed by authorities.