Milledgeville Police Department
A man reported April 11 that while walking on River Ridge Road around 10 a.m. he lost a phone belt carrier that held both his phone and his driver’s license.
Officers responded to reports of a fight on Anthony Way April 11. Two women engaged in an altercation and one of the women had a warrant for simple battery taken in her name.
A man was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness April 12. It had been reported that he knocked down his fiancé and slapped her while they were having an argument.
A brother and sister reported April 12 that while on Earnest Byner Street a man threatened to shoot and kill them. He was issued a warrant for terroristic threats.
Damage to Property
A resident of a Pritchard Street apartment reported April 12 that the front window of her apartment was broken out. Nothing was reported missing.
A local woman reported April 12 that her bank informed her of several fraudulent charges made at a grocery store in College Park.
Theft by Shoplifting
A man was arrested for shoplifting from two different stores on South Wayne Street April 12. The vehicle he left in was pulled over and the stolen merchandise was located in the car. He was charged with his third and fourth shoplifting offenses.
A woman reported April 12 that her bank informed her three charges of approximately $85 each were put on her debit card at a grocery store in Atlanta.
A vehicle owner reported April 12 that while her vehicle was in Cline Avenue a side window was broken out.
Theft by Shoplifting
A Piggly Wiggly employee reported April 12 that a man had left the store with several ‘family packs’ of ground beef stuffed inside his clothing.
Officers responded to reports of a fight at a West Thomas Court residence April 13. An individual was arrested and charged with four counts of terroristic threats and one count of simple battery after he wielded a knife while threatening a group of people.
Theft by Taking
A South Wilkinson Street resident reported April 14 that someone stole his vehicle.
n Interference with Government Property
Officers reported to the intersection of West McIntosh Street and Earnest Byner Street early April 14 because of an alleged fight. While there officers observed a man pick up a large rock, look at their vehicle and then proceed to throw the rock at the windshield of a school bus. He cooperated with police and was arrested and charged with interference with government property and battery.
—Compiled by Dakota DeVries-Crowdis