Milledgeville Police responded to a possible strong arm robbery and assault May 7 that happened after a man opened the door of his residence.
According to an incident report from the Milledgeville Police Department, police responded to a call of a possible assault at a residence in the 300 block of Evans Avenue.
Upon arrival the officer spoke with the victim who informed him that an unknown person knocked on his door then hit him in the face when he opened it. After the assault, the victim said the man stole $150 from his wallet.
The officer noted in the report that he observed a trace amount of blood on the victim's lip and around his nose. When asked to describe the subject, the victim said he was wearing a red shirt, but that was all he saw. He added that he was a black male with medium complexion.
The officer noticed that the victim had difficulty following his line of questioning and appeared to be extremely intoxicated. After asking several times if he wanted to be checked by EMS, the victim declined.
The officer decided to continue questioning the victim about the incident at a later date when he was coherent and no longer intoxicated.
The following is information compiled from public records taken from reports of the Milledgeville Police Department and the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office. It is our policy to not disclose the names of victims. These reports do not reflect guilt or innocence. An “arrest” does not always indicate incarceration. The charges filed are noted in the narrative.
Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office
Theft by Taking
A woman at a Highway 49 West address reported the theft of a tire from her vehicle. May 22, the woman told a sheriff's deputy that she noticed the back tire to her 1989 Toyota Camry was missing. She said she last saw it on Friday, May 16 and has no idea who could have taken it.
Theft by Taking
May 22 a man reported the theft of a mountain bike from a residence in the 100 block of Third Street. According to the man, a red and black 18 speed Huffy brand mountain bike was taken from underneath his porch. He last saw the bike two weeks prior to May 22.