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On October 22 a simple battery complaint was filed at a Maple Street location. According to reports, a woman stated that while she was eating dinner a man called the residence and asked her to step outside. The woman said when she stepped outside the man beat her and choked her to the point that she passed out. The woman said when she regained consciousness she noticed that her foot was bleeding. The woman alleged that the man who beat her was the son of the woman with whom she was having dinner.

On October 23 Shanee Clark, 17, Madison and Laneisha Massey, 17, Madison were both charged with theft by taking. According to reports, Clark and Massey allegedly were involved in eight refund transactions totaling $883.16 while working at Burger King, Eatonton Road. An assistant manager reported that she located a $126.57 refund receipt in the woman’s bathroom of the establishment. The manager said she confronted Clark and Clark allegedly admitted to performing the unauthorized transactions and gave the manager $136 in cash. She also allegedly told an officer that Massey had acted as a “lookout” on one transaction and had completed a fraudulent transaction on her own. Clark said she learned how to perform the fraudulent transactions by observing another manager complete the fraudulent transactions.

On October 25 a larceny of services complaint was filed at That Pizza Place, West Washington Street. According to reports, an employee stated that someone had called and ordered $39.85 worth of pizza. The employee said after the food was prepared the man was called and the man denied making the order. The man said that someone else must have used his phone to make the order.

On October 19 a burglary complaint was filed at an East Jefferson Street residence. According to reports, a 20-year-old woman said she was sleeping upstairs with her 3-year-old child when she heard someone kick down the back door of the residence. The woman said she left her bedroom to investigate and heard two male voices at the back door. The woman said when the men heard her movement they fled the apartment. Nothing was reported missing but the back door was severely damaged.

On October 20 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Green Meadow Court location. According to reports, a man reported that while he was visiting a friend at the residence, someone entered the trunk of his vehicle and removed a 400 watt amplifier and two 15-inch woofers and a custom speaker box. The vehicle is a 1984 Oldsmobile 98.

On October 13 a fraud complaint was filed at an Eatoton Road location. According to reports, a woman alleged that a man who had been staying with her used her Bank of America credit card on three occasions without her permission. Total charges are $84.

On October 16 Kimberly Ann Cook, 38, Madison was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, Cook allegedly left Walmart with $2.58 worth of candy and a drink without paying. Cook was cited at the store and released.

On October 20 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Hodges Avenue location. According to reports, a man reported that someone had forced entry into his 2003 Honda Accord and removed radio equipment, a GPS system and a Toshiba laptop computer. Estimated value of the items is $11,000.

On October 21 a burglary complaint was filed at the Hampton Inn, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee at the motel reported that someone had entered a storage room and removed a Honda pressure washer and a Coleman pressure washer. On October 22 a burglary complaint was filed at a Bramblewoods Drive location. According to reports, a man reported that someone had removed his 50-inch Toshiba flat screen television from his apartment. The man valued the television at $900.

On October 22 a burglary complaint was filed at a West Washington Street location. According to reports, a man stated that someone had shattered the lower half of his front door and entered the establishment and removed a 10mm Smith and Wesson semi automatic pistol and $10 worth of change. The pistol is valued at $1,000.

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