Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office



— Damage to property

An Allen Memorial Drive resident reported a vandal broke the storm door to his front porch sometime Sunday. According to the report, glass covered the front steps.



— Damage to property

A Youngblood Road resident reported vandals broke 10 windows on two mobile homes during the weekend, a report states.



— Damage to property

A deputy reported he noticed several mailboxes knocked down Saturday on Valentine Road. According to the report, juveniles are suspected in the incident.



— Burglary

A Park Avenue woman reported a burglar tried to break into her house Friday, a report states.



— Entering an auto

A local resident reported a vandal ransacked his vehicle Saturday afternoon while it was parked on North Jefferson Street, a report states.



— DUI

Shaahid Devonsmae Liggins, 26, of Cedarwood Road was arrested and charged with DUI early Sunday morning after a deputy stopped him on Roberson Mill Road, a report states.



— False name

Ryan Lanier Neff, 27, of Meriwether Circle was arrested and charged with giving a false name after he lied about who he was when a deputy questioned him early Monday morning, a report states.



— DUI

Phil Bernard Adams, 47, of Cranford Drive was arrested on several charges after fleeing from deputies on Allen Memorial Drive. Adams was charged with fleeing and attempting to elude officers, DUI, driving while registration suspended, driving without a license on person, no insurance and violating the open container law, a report states.



— Loud music

Warren Douglas Reeves, 43, of Sugarberry Drive was arrested and charged with loud music Sunday after a traffic stop on Rollin Road, a report states.



— Suspended license

Thomas Scott Dukes, 30, of Gordon was arrested Sunday and charged with driving while license suspended, a report states.



— Trespass

Anastasia Deshawn Lynn, 22, of Barrows Ferry Road; Hakeem McVeil Lester, 19, of Stewart Circle; and Markeith Shon Evans, 18, of Davis Avenue were arrested and charged with criminal trespass after they were found sleeping in a vacant trailer Saturday morning on Stewart Circle, a report states.



Milledgeville Police Department



— Shoplifting

A Flash Foods employee on North Jefferson Street reported two black men stole two cases of beer around 7 a.m. Friday, a report states.



— Theft

A Dunlap Road woman reported she believes her family stole some of her jewelry including a $2,000 diamond ring, several sheet sets and a video camera during the past month. According to the report, the woman is blind, and her family and friends come to her home and assist her.



— Gas drive-off

A North Columbia Street Jet Food Store attendant reported a driver pumped $63.50 worth of gas into a silver Ford Explorer and left without paying, a report states.



— Gas drive-off

An EJ’s Food Market attendant reported a driver pumped $40 worth of gas into a silver Nissan Frontier and left without paying Friday, a report states.



— Disorderly conduct

Kenya Lashea Milner, 20, of Selma Drive was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and minor in possession of alcohol Friday night during a domestic dispute on Ernest Byner Street, a report states.



— Assault

Charles Jackson, 28, of Grandview Drive was arrested and charged with assault after a domestic dispute with his girlfriend Saturday, a report states.



— Marijuana

Phillip Renord Howell, 40, of Irwinton was arrested on several charges after running from a police officer during a traffic stop. According to the report, Howell allegedly tried to swallow a bag of marijuana before driving off, almost running over the officer. He was charged with two counts of obstruction of an officer, tampering with evidence, possession of marijuana, reckless driving and fleeing and attempting to elude an officer, a report states.



— Assault

Shedrick Lamar James, of West Montgomery Street, was arrested on several charges after he reportedly struck his mother early Sunday morning. According to a report, James was charged with assault, disorderly conduct, felony obstruction of an officer and misdemeanor obstruction of an officer, a report states.



— Gas drive-off

A Jet Food Store attendant on South Wayne Street reported a driver pumped $10.01 worth of gas and left without paying Sunday, a report states.



— Gas drive-off

A Murphy USA clerk reported driver pumped $48.33 worth of gas and left without paying late Sunday evening, a report states.Compiled by Stephanie Gibson

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