On November 21 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Hayes Street location after a man alleged that the mother of his child came to his residence between 6:30 a.m. and 7 a.m., argued with him and then kicked the side of his 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe.
On November 21 a transaction card fraud complaint was filed at a Dickson Road, Rutledge, location after a man reported that after he lost his debit card in Newborn, Ga., on November 15, he noticed that someone used the card to make purchases worth $35.09 and $51.79 at a convenience store on November 16; made a $46.52 purchase online with Straighttalk Airtime using a Pierce Dairy Road address; made a purchase at Madison’s Burger King for $18.04 and made a purchase, also on November 16, at Madison’s Arby’s for $15.59.
On November 21 a theft of lost property complaint was filed at a Heidi Trail, Buckhead location after a woman said that after she dropped her daughter off for a visitation visit with his father, the daugher’s cell phone could not be located. The daughter said that after she arrived at her father’s house, the father took her phone but when it was time to leave the house and return to her mother, neither the father nor his girlfriend could find the phone.
On November 21 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Elliot Road, Rutledge location after a man alleged that while he was standing in the yard two men arrived in a black SUV, got out of the SUV and demanded money from the complainant. The complainant said he ran into the woods behind his house and the men, who had allegedly grabbed an axe handle, fled. A deputy noted that the complainant had a difficult time walking, because of a past gunshot wound to the leg, and that neighbors reported not observing any altercation in the complainant’s yard that day.
On November21 a burglary complaint was filed at a Athens Highway location after a man said that between 6:15 p.m. and 7 p.m. someone forced entry into his residence and removed two 50” inch and one 32” television sets, $900 cash, a Garmin GPS, two Seiko watches and $30 worth of $1 coins. The man said the cash was saved to pay his rent.
On November 19 a tearing down mailbox complaint was filed at a Heidi Trial, Buckhead location after a woman said a white female with shoulder length curly brown hair driving a small, newer model silver car, had struck her mailbox and attempted to strike a neighbor’s mailbox in her car. The woman said after the initial strike on the neighbor’s mailbox failed, the woman driving the car backed up and reversed into the neighbor’s mailbox before leaving the area.
On November 20 a verbal dispute complaint was filed at a Launius Road, Bostwick after a woman said initial attempts to get her boyfriend to leave the residence failed and that he did not leave until just moments before a deputy arrived. The woman said the relationship had “run its course” after they had moved in with her family. The boyfriend, she said, left on foot after he made attempts to reconcile the relationship but failed.
On November 19 a damage to property and fraud complaint was filed at a Pine Tree Circle location after a woman alleged someone had entered her residence and damaged her daughter’s Tablet. Reports state that there was no visible sign of a break-in at the residence and that while the deputy was at the residence the complainant’s infant daughter was walking around the residence with the Tablet computer and dropped the computer.
On November 19 a theft by deception complaint was filed at a Parks Mill Road, Buckhead, location after a man said on November 9 he used two Green Dot/ Money Pack cards for $950 to purchase a 12’6” Custom Reverse Flow barbecue smoker from clearancedscountsale.com after he saw an ad for the device on Craigslist. The man said by November 18 he had not received the smoker and went back onto the website and found that the website had changed from a wholesaler of outdoor equipment to indirect sales of electronic equipment. The man said he could no longer log into the website and that he had filed a complaint with the Bismark, North Dakota Consumer Protection Division.
On November 19 an unruly child complaint was filed at a Weaver Jones Road, Rutledge location after a man said that his 15-year-old daughter had attacked him after he threatened to take her phone away. The juvenile’s mother said the girl spits on the floor and threatens to run away anytime she is asked to complete a chore around the house.
On November 19 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a East Main Street, Rutledge location after a man reported that someone had taken $200 worth of metal panels from his business.
On November 19 a domestic violence complaint was filed at a Pine Tree Circle location after a woman said during an argument her 16-year-old daughter had threatened to kill herself. The woman said in the past three weeks she had begun to have problems with the daughter.
On November 17 a tearing down mailboxes complaint was filed at several Greensboro Road locations after a man said that sometime between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. someone had damaged three mailboxes on the road. The man said there was also a dead deer across the road from his damaged mailbox.
On November 17 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Pine Tree Circle location after a woman said that her ex-boyfriend had come to her house and attempted to kick open the door and had flattened a tire on her Chevrolet Malibu. The ex-boyfriend said at the time of the alleged dispute he was at Family and Children Services speaking with a therapist.