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HPD blotter

POSTED: January 10, 2013 7:00 a.m.

Dec. 22: Burglary (forced entry) — A resident in the 2200 block of Driftwood Lane reported $2,357 worth of items taken from the home. The officer said it appeared entrance was made through a bedroom window that was not secure, and the screen had been cut. Items missing included a TV, game console, .22 caliber revolver, and laptop.

Burglary (forced entry) — A property owner in the 140 block of Sequioa Circle reported that a refrigerator and stove were missing from a vacant house he owns. There was evidence of forced entry through a side door.

Burglary (forced entry) — A resident in the 100 block of Becky Lane reported that juveniles had been playing in his yard and broke into a wooden shed and took two $20 animal traps and two $20 sewing machines. The juveniles reportedly returned the items and told the man they lived nearby; the man said that nothing else appeared to be missing.

Burglary — A Raintree Apartments resident on Saunders Avenue flagged down an officer to report someone had entered her home while she was at work and took a paintball gun, two game consoles and a mini laptop. The items were valued at $730. She gave indication of a suspect.

Dec. 24

Burglary (forced entry) — An Eagle Creek Mobile Home Park resident on Brantley Drive reported that her home was burglarized while the residents were gone for Christmas. When the residents returned, their front door was unlocked and the back door was taken off the frame. Taken were a game console and controls worth $420, an SLR camera work $2,000, a $1,000 laptop, $150 in cash, a $600 firearm, a $1,500 rifle and a $600 cell phone. Some of the items belonged to the resident’s military unit. The back door showed evidence of prying and would not properly close.

Theft by taking — A resident in the 200 block of Pointe South Drive reported that a relative of hers took $2,775 worth of jewelry and pawned it at two local shops. The woman said the pawn shops would not work with her on retrieving the items unless she had a police report.

Burglary — A Hinesville resident reported that someone entered her car in the 110 block of Pointe South Drive and stole her wallet and its contents as well as a $250 iPod, charger and cord. The items were listed has having $420 in value.

Dec. 26

Affray — An officer was dispatched to the Big Apple on E. Oglethorpe Highway after women got into a fight over a lap dance, and it escalated into a fight between men. Staffers reportedly broke it up.

 

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