The Union Recorder

November 19, 2013

Crime Digest, Nov. 19, 2013


The Union-Recorder

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

Theft by Taking

An 18-year-old high school student was arrested Oct. 30 after he was seen stealing another student's bookbag.

Stolen Decal

A vehicle owner reported Oct. 22 that someone had peeled the decal from her license plate.

Theft by Taking

A Little Road resident reported Nov. 5 that someone had stolen her son's Kawasaki bike from her backyard.

Theft by Taking

A resident of C. Scott Hill Lane reported Nov. 4 that a laptop she had ordered had been stolen from where it had been delivered and left on her front porch.

Criminal Trespass

Ivey Drive property owners reported that the storm door on the front of their residence was broken while they were inside the home. Officers were able to confirm the damage.

Driving While License Suspended

A man as arrested Nov. 5 after officers initiated a traffic stop for speeding. The man was arrested for driving while license suspended and issued a speeding citation.

Criminal Trespass

A woman reported Nov. 6 that her vehicle had been damaged while it was parked overnight at her residence on Towns Street. The passenger’s side mirror was dangling by a wire, the glass had been broken from the driver's side mirror, and a large dent was present in the driver's side door.

Criminal Trespass

A Lumpkin Road resident reported that his home had been damaged Nov. 4. He showed officers what appeared to be projectile holes.

Burglary

A Georgia Highway 24 East resident reported Nov. 4 that someone had entered his home.

Theft by Deception

A man reported Nov. 4 that an individual had promised to do shingling work on his home. He provided the individual with $1,300 to purchase shingles and also agreed to sell the man his truck. The individual never performed the work nor provided funds for the vehicle. The truck was later found by police officers and returned, but the man declined to press charges for the $1,300.

 

 

-Compiled by Dakota DeVries-Crowdis