Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office
A woman at a Pancras Road address reported an entering auto incident to the sheriff's office April 18. She told the deputy that she noticed about $260 in $20 bills was missing from inside her black Toyota Camry. She added she left the vehicle unlocked around 6 p.m. April 17, which was the last time she saw the money.
Theft by Taking
April 17 at about 4:36 p.m. a man at an Irwinton Road residence reported the theft of his shop vacuum. He told the deputy that he recently discovered someone had taken his Craftsman shop vacuum from his open carport. He also said he would check local pawn shops to see if he could locate his vacuum.
On April 22 a deputy was called to a convenience store located in the 300 block of Allen Memorial Drive in reference to reports of someone throwing rocks at cars. After arriving to the area, the deputy noticed a man throwing objects at passing vehicles at the corner of Allen Memorial Drive and North Main Street. When questioned, the man told the deputy that God told him to do it to warn people about the end of the world and that he was a prophet. The man was taken to Oconee Regional Medical Center for a mental evaluation.
The owner of a Highway 49 residence reported a break-in at her home sometime before April 21. She said when she returned home she noticed that the front door was left open by someone and the lock on the back door was unlocked and laying on the floor. Several pieces of jewelry, a Phillips 32-inch flat screen TV, a Sony DVD player, and a silver DVD/VHS combination player was reported missing from the home.
Theft by Taking
On April 22 deputies received a report from a man stating that his homemade trailer had been stolen. He said he loaned his trailer to another man approximately a month ago but he has not returned it. He described it as a trailer made from the back of a pickup truck, white with two wheels.