MILLEDGEVILLE — 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
n Theft by Taking
May 20 a man reported the theft of an AC unit from an Allen Memorial Drive residence. He told the deputy that someone had entered his mother's home and removed a window air conditioner unit. The unit was last seen on the property around 6:30 a.m. May 20. When questioning neighbors they reported not seeing any suspicious people on the property.
A man at a Woods Drive address reported an entering auto incident to the sheriff's office May 18. He told the deputy that someone stole the rims and tires off of his neighbor's 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. When the deputy arrived to the residence he observed the vehicle sitting on bricks. Upon contacting the owner he informed the deputy that the vehicle has been left unlocked while he is in the process of moving to another home. Upon further inspection, they also discovered that a Pioneer CD player and an Alpine amplifier was also missing from the vehicle.
Deputies along with Milledgeville police patrol units trespassed 16 individuals from a house located on South Edwards Street May 21. Upon request from the owner, a county commissioner, law enforcement were to have anyone found on the property trespassed. When arriving to the home, deputies could hear several people talking in the house. After removing all individuals from the home, a search was conducted. A total of 17 clear plastic bags containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana was discovered in the cushions of the couch. 9 plastic bags of an off white rock like substance believed to be crack cocaine was also found. While checking the remaining of the residence, deputies and officers observed an electrical cord running from a power pole into the residence. The cord was spliced onto the pole and it appeared as though the power was being stolen.
—Compiled by Felicia Cummings