MOULTRIE -- Moultrie police officers were led on a chase late Thursday night.
An officer observed a 1984 Buick Regal with no tail lights or brake lights on Seventh Avenue Southwest. The officer signaled for the driver to stop after he crossed First Street Southeast, but he continued. The driver then failed to stop at stop signs at Second and Third streets southeast.
At the intersection of Seventh Avenue and Eighth Street Southeast, the driver attempted to turn, striking a stop sign. The car came to a rest over the curb. The driver exited the vehicle and fled on foot.
The officer lost sight of the suspect, who dropped a shoe during the chase. The tag on the car came back to a 2002 GMC truck.
Kim Daniels, 9 Fourth Ave. N.W. No. C, reported to Moultrie police officers that a male acquaintance damaged several items at her residence Friday morning. He kicked an air conditioner unit worth $400, threw a coffee table worth $600 and an end table worth $200, and turned over a Zenith television, worth $1,000, causing extensive damage to the items.
Earl Nelson, 602 Northside Drive N.W., reported that a male acquaintance came into his home to use the phone and stole $70 cash.
Emory Williams, 325 Millpond Road, reported that someone had forged one of his checks. The check for $87.41 was cashed by Wal-Mart.
John Massey, 1211 Fourth St. S.W., reported that someone stole two VCRs, valued at $80, from his residence Thursday.
Maxwell McKelvary, 72, 600 Second St. N.W., was charged Thursday with selling alcohol to an underage person.
Joseph Michael Hay, 37, 717 First St. S.W., was charged Thursday with selling alcohol to an underage person.
Cruz C. Stamper, 17, 2844 West Blvd., was charged Thursday with disorderly conduct.
Michael Patrick Nunn, 407 Fifth Ave. N.W., was charged Sept. 13 with cruelty to children and simple assault.