On Jan. 25, a burglary complaint was filed at Quick Shop convenience store, Confederate Road. According to reports, officers responded to an alarm at 12:47 a.m. Once at the store, they observed a front window had been shattered. A store employee arrived and told officers that two cash registers were missing. Officers reviewed surveillance tape and noted that a black male wearing a blue shirt, black vest, blued jeans, a black mask and a beanie hat with “All Black” embroidered on the hat gained entry to the store by throwing a rock through the window. The suspect then entered the store and removed the cash registers and fled towards Confederate Road.
On Jan. 19, an entering auto complaint was filed at Pilot Truck Stop, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said while he was at the store, someone entered his Toyota Tacoma and removed a Lincoln welding helmet valued at $400.
On Jan. 22, a simple assault complaint was filed at Madison Fitness, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said he and another man had engaged in an ongoing feud while working out at the facility. The complainant said he had called police one other time regarding the man and the two men had been separated. The complainant alleged that this time the man had pushed him while walking around him.
On Jan. 16, an information report was filed at Coach and Buggy Car Wash, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee said that a man had damaged grass and an “enter” sign while trying to drive a trailer around a corner. The sign was knocked down but not broken, reports state.
On Jan. 12, a simple assault complaint was filed at a Pine Tree Circle residence. According to reports, a man said that he had left the residence a day earlier and stayed with his sister after he and his girlfriend engaged in an argument. The man said he returned to discuss the argument and to retrieve $500 but the girlfriend kept the doors locked to prevent him from entering. The man said he entered through a bedroom window and an argument ensued and the woman struck him in the face. The woman alleged that she was defending herself and alleged that the man was throwing items around the residence while trying to find his money. The man told an officer that he believed the woman had his money. The woman had a wet spot on her pants and the man had a vertical abrasion over his right brow and a small injury on his lower cheek.