The Union Recorder

June 11, 2013

Crime Digest, June 11, 2013

The Union-Recorder

MILLEDGEVILLE — A Milledgeville man attempting to serve as peacemaker in the midst of an argument was stabbed last week, according to a Milledgeville Police report.

MPD officers met with the complainant around 8:25 p.m. June 4 at the hospital after he reportedly sustained a stab wound the previous night. The victim told officers that he was headed to meet his girlfriend at her residence on Dunlap Road when he saw two females fighting. He stated he was somewhere between the Jet food store, on North Jefferson Street, and Dunlap Road when he saw a physical altercation between the two females taking place.

The man said he went to break up the fight and after it was broken up he realized that he had been stabbed in the upper right arm and shoulder. An MPD officer was notified and arrived on scene at the hospital the following day. Photographs were taken of the victim’s injuries.

No additional information was available.

Milledgeville Police Department


Officers were dispatched to a North Wilkinson Street business June 3 in reference to a burglary. An employee told officers that sometime between May 31 and June 3 an unknown person broke into the office and took an unknown amount of change from the gumball machines.

Theft by Taking

A man at a Downs Street apartment reported the theft of money by guests in his home around 9:31 p.m. June 4. According to the complainant, he went into the bathroom for a short period to take a bath while his guests remained in the living room. Upon returning, he discovered that $11 in cash and change was missing from a pillowcase.

Criminal Damage to Property

Officers were dispatched to a West McIntosh Street address June 4 in reference to damage done to a vehicle. Upon arrival they spoke with the complainant who informed them that he discovered scratches on his car. The car was recently painted, and he was unaware of who could have done the damage. Scratches along the hood and both the passenger’s and driver’s side of the car were visible.

-Compiled by Felicia Cummings