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November 9, 2012

Moultrian reports more fraud from Canada

MOULTRIE — In a week with an unusual amount of bank account fraud reported to law enforcement, a third case of money being withdrawn in Canada was reported on Thursday.

In the latest incident, Joann Prince, 200 block Mimosa Avenue, reported Thursday that an unauthorized withdrawal of $1,000 was made on a bank account.

Prince told Moultrie police that her bank told her the transaction was made in Canada.

In other reported fraud cases:

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Sarah Goodroe, 100 block Sumner Road, reported Wednesday that she has received several calls from credit card companies telling her that someone tried to open accounts in her name.

• Amy Perryman, 1000 block Perryman Road, reported Thursday that her credit card company notified her of a suspicious attempt to make a $1,000 transaction on her account.


Moultrie Police Department

• Shalaine Ranae Jenkins, 34, 1814 Overlook Drive, was charged Thursday with probation violation.

• Shatoya Sharniece Moore, 23, 204 Rowland Drive, was charged Thursday with probation violation and contempt of court.

• Angie Williams, 49, 125 Edmondson Road Lot 9, was charged Thursday with contempt of court.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Catherine Mayana Thompson, 20, 153 Newsome Road, was charged Thursday with criminal trespass.

• Christine Sue Daughtry, 41, 1236 Doc Darbyshire Road, was charged Thursday with failure to appear.


Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Joe Wesson, 1500 Old Doerun Road, reported Thursday the theft of an Aiptek 125 3D camera valued at $125 during a burglary of his residence.

Property damage

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• George Griffin, 100 block Dean Matthews Road, reported Thursday $200 in damage was done to his residence in an apparent burglary attempt.

• John Crosby, 6009 block Lower Meigs Road, reported Thursday that he suspected that someone cut the phone cord in his residence from the phone jack to his heart monitor.


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