Moultrie Observer

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September 23, 2011

Stolen tractor among $9,000 in thefts

MOULTRIE — Five Colquitt County residents and a business employee reported they were recent victims of property theft. Items reported stolen included guns, jewelry, electronics and a tractor.

The value of the stolen items was about $9,218. Those who reported being the victims of property theft were:

• Kasey Key reported a thief stole a 14-karat gold necklace with a deer charm while he was at Shear Genius on First Avenue Southeast between 9 a.m. and 11:52 a.m. Thursday. The value of the stolen necklace was $1,500. Key gave officers the name of a male suspect.

• Eddie Robinson, of Dorothy Street, reported a thief kicked in his back door and stole a Panasonic 42-inch television, a Hi Point .380-caliber pistol and a .22-caliber revolver between 7 a.m. and 11:55 a.m. Thursday. The value of the stolen items was about $1,200.

• An employee at Enmark on First Avenue Southeast reported a thief stole various items from the booth Friday. The value of the stolen items was $818.

• Monica Williams, of McElroy Road, reported a thief stole a John Deere tractor between Sept. 10 and 7 p.m. Wednesday. The value of the stolen tractor was $5,000.

• Doug Campagna, of Bay Rockyford Road, reported a thief stole a Glock .40-caliber pistol between Aug. 19 and 12:30 p.m. Thursday. The value of the stolen pistol was $500.

• Sheena Todd, of McGinty Road, reported a thief stole a Kodak digital camera between Sept. 17 and 6 a.m. Wednesday. The value of the stolen camera was $200. Todd gave sheriff’s deputies the name of a male suspect.



Moultrie Police

• Suzanne Renee Wilson, 27, of 417 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Apt. B, was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended license, no proof of insurance, driving with an expired tag and furnishing false information to an officer.

• Ann Nicole Kusek, 26, of Moultrie, was charged Thursday with two counts of homicide by vehicle (second degree) and following too closely.

 Sheriff’s Office

• Heather Nicole Bell, 25, of 606 Black Acres Road, was charged Thursday with theft by taking.


Other Incidents

Moultrie Police

• Frank Walker, of Fifth Avenue Northwest, reported someone kicked in his front door and pried open a bedroom door between noon and 2:56 p.m. Thursday. Damage was about $100.

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