Reports filed with the Ludowici Police Department Aug. 4 through 11 include:
Theft — An officer responded to a call on South Macon Street, where the complainant reported that his vehicle had been broken into. Missing items included; a Samsung Galaxy 3 cell phone, a wallet, and necklaces.
The victim, James Sibert, has put out a plea:
"My car was broken into last night in Ludowici and whoever did it stole my wife’s open hearts necklace and my deceased daughter’s necklace. It has an infant-sized, fake gold ring on it. If anyone knows anything about it, please get in touch with me. I don’t care who took it. I just want it back. It is worth nothing but a memory of my daughter."
If you have information regarding this entering auto, contact the Ludowici PD at 912-545-2222.
An officer responded to a disturbance call at the Royal Inn on Saturday. He was met by the complainant who said she’d come to motel to locate her juvenile daughter and her friend. The girls left her home the previous evening without her permission and apparently wound up at the motel with two men. It turned out that there were three men and an adult woman in two separate rooms in connection with this incident. Two of the men had warrants out of Bulloch County and were turned over to that department. The juveniles were interviewed, along with the adults. This matter is under investigation with charges pending.
Suspicious activity — A woman reported at the department that a man in a white work van had followed her from the Ludowici Dollar General to a produce stand on Highway 84. The man then followed her back to town, and asked her if she was married. The complainant wanted to make a report in case of any further incident. Officers couldn’t find the man.