On June 19 a fraud complaint was filed at a Green Meadows residence. According to reports, a woman said she received an email from CashNetUSA declining her alleged request for a loan. The woman said she had not applied for a loan from the company. Reports state at this point the woman has not been charged anything and nothing has appeared on her credit report.
On June 9 a simple assault complaint was filed at Morgan Medical Center. According to reports, an officer responded to the medical center in response to a woman’s complaint that her great nephew had been assaulted near Golden Pantry on North Main Street. Reports state the 15-year-old was “reluctant” to discuss with an officer a head wound and a busted lip. Reports state that the teen had a “moderate” odor of alcohol and his speech was slurred.
On June 4 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Family Dollar, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a regional prevention manager for Family Dollar told officers that more than $10,000 was missing from the store. Reports state that cash deposits totalling more than $10,000 were missing from May 10; May 11, June 1; June 2, June 3 and June 4. According to reports, managers at the store are required to make daily cash deposits. Reports state that two managers at the store hired approximately four months ago had recently quit. One manager quit on June 8 and the second one quit on June 14.
On June 17 a rescue of cats report was filed at a South Main Street location. According to reports, an officer was dispatched to 173 South Main Street regarding a cat stuck in a drain. Reports state when the officer arrived he attempted to reach the cat through an opening but was unsuccessful. The officer placed a piece of fabric in the pipe in hopes that the cat would climb out. A day later the officer checked again and could still hear a cat in the pipe. He, reports state, removed a section of brick pavers and cut a piece of the pipe and found two kittens in the pipe. The kittens were removed from the pipe and then fled.