Oconee County sheriff’s blotter: Paint thinner poured on pickup; filth bikes stolen – Information – Athens Banner-Herald
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Workplace reported the next incidents:
HOME ENTERED: On Aug. 26, a 77-year-old resident of Belmont Street reported he got here dwelling to find somebody had entered his dwelling and brought about harm within the eating room. A neighbor reported he noticed a black Nissan automotive with dark-tinted home windows leaving his driveway about 3 p.m.
MAIL THEFT: On Aug. 26, a deputy was dispatched to Grove Park Boulevard, Watkinsville, the place the neighborhood mailboxes had been opened and now wouldn’t lock. A 33-year-old lady reported some mail was lacking. The publish workplace was contacted and the mail was eliminated for safekeeping.
PASSENGER ARRESTED: On Aug. 27, a deputy was dispatched at 1:17 a.m. to Friar Street, Watkinsville, the place a Lyft driver had hit a deer together with his Chevrolet Cruze and he wanted an accident report. Whereas on the website, the deputy ran info on the passenger, a 27-year-old Athens man, and found he was wished on arrest warrants from Walton and Gwinnett counties.
PICKUP DAMAGE: On Aug. 27, Deputy Dylan Pulliam was dispatched to Dozer Drive close to Bogart, the place a 47-year-old Monroe man confirmed him the place somebody had poured paint thinner on his pickup. The paint was peeling off the truck. The person stated he doesn’t know who might need brought about the harm.
MOTORCYCLES STOLEN: On Aug. 27, a Bishop man reported the theft of two filth bikes valued at $8,700 from his dwelling on Outdated Bishop Street. The subsequent day, Athens-Clarke police reported they recovered one of many bikes on Jefferson Street within the possession of a 27-year-old man from Gainesville. The person insisted his cousin loaned him the bike, however he wouldn’t identify the cousin. The person was additionally sporting a helmet stolen on the scene. The proprietor of the bike arrived and he described the opposite motorbike that was stolen. The police officer recalled seeing the suspect on the same motorbike just some hours earlier.
BURGLARY: On Aug. 27, Deputy Quinton NeSmith took a report from a 56-year-old resident of Dials Mill Street, Statham, who stated somebody burglarized his property and stole $1,800 price of property, together with a .22-caliber rifle, chain noticed, miter noticed, air compressor, cross bow and two nail weapons.
GUN FIRED: On Aug. 29, 5 deputies responded shortly after 1 a.m. to a report of gunfire at Athens Ridge Residences on Outdated Macon Freeway. They arrived to see a bunch of about 20 folks outdoors and had been informed an unknown man had fired 5 pictures into the air, then shortly left the realm.
FELONY SHOPLIFTING: On Aug. 29, a deputy was dispatched to Walmart after a person was seen shoplifting merchandise valued at $1,024. The deputy stopped the person and through the investigation, the suspect was discovered to own methamphetamine. William David Lytle, 47, who had addresses in Conyers and Athens, was charged with felony shoplifting and possession of meth.
SHOTS FIRED: On Sept. 1, deputies had been dispatched shortly earlier than 9 p.m. to the 2400 block of Clotfelter Street, Bogart, the place residents reported listening to gunfire. Deputies checked the realm and located 9 spent bullet casings.
ENTERING AUTOS: On Sept. 2, deputies had been dispatched to 2 getting into auto circumstances on Blackstone Means, Watkinsville. One lady reported her purse was stolen, however the different sufferer reported the thief apparently didn’t see something she or he wished as nothing was lacking.