• Megan Pearson, 1100 block 16th Street Southeast, reported July 8 that she was hit with a glass object while walking from her residence to a house in the 200 block of Newton Avenue.
Pearson said she saw someone wearing a black mask, a long sleeve shirt and black pants standing in the shadows near the intersection of 15th Street and 12th Court Southeast. She turned to go back home and was hit with the object in the back. She said her attacker didn’t say anything or take anything.
• Renee Salter, of Thomasville, said she was attacked by a man she knows July 5 in the 500 block of Bay Road.
• Lucia Silvia Gonzalez, 100 block Cherry Avenue, told deputies July 7 that a man was supposed to bring her $500 in child support money, but he brought only $100. Then he pushed her down in the yard and left in a gray Ford Explorer.
• Two men were charged with disorderly conduct following an altercation at the residence of one of them.
Drew B. Kennedy, 20, 2371 Lower Meigs Road, and Jafarrious Barfield, 18, 424 Sixth Ave. S.E., fought one another at Barfield’s residence, Moultrie police said, but the men’s explanation for the fight differed.
Kennedy said he was picking up a cousin who was going to help him put a part inside his car when Barfield pulled him out of the car and started beating him. He said he believed the reason Barfield was upset with him was that he owed his mother $50.
Barfield said he didn’t want Kennedy at the house, so he told him to leave. He said he told Kennedy multiple times to leave the yard but he didn’t, and that’s what caused the fight.
• Joel Sifuantes, 300 block Dean Matthews Road, told deputies July 5 a Dewalt saw and a crowbar were stolen from the 1200 block of Highway 133 South over the previous night.
• Janet Milam Thompson, 3800 block Highway 319 North, Norman Park, told deputies a pill bottle fell from her purse during a car accident July 4. When she checked the wreckage July 8 the medication was gone.
• Ginny Henry, 2600 block Moye Road, told deputies that two rings had been stolen; one was valued at $10,000 and the other at $8,000. They were last seen May 1 and she noticed them missing July 7. She gave deputies the name of a suspect.
• Carrie Harris, 200 block Indian Lake Drive, reported July 8 that her son’s bicycle was missing from their front yard. The bike was valued at $100.
• Billy Hall, 700 block Highway 133 North, reported July 8 that a yellow Champion generator valued at $700 was stolen May 14.
• Nakerian Tyshon Porter, 100 block Vinson Street, reported his 2008 Chrysler Sebring convertible was stolen from the 200 block of Honey Bear Road in Norman Park. The car was recovered, but the car radio, a debit card and a Social Security card were missing.
• Pam Hankins, of Sylvester Drive, reported May 17 that she had sold some items to a man she knows, but when he picked up those items, he also got a Coney Island carousel horse that was not included in the sale. The sheriff’s office released a report on her complaint July 9 after unsuccessful attempts to contact the man involved to get his side of the story.
• Marion A. Fincher, 300 block Seventh Street Southeast, reported July 8 that he left his wallet on the counter at One Stop #4, 2725 S. Main St., about 5:30 p.m. and when he went back to look for it, it was gone. The wallet, described as a tri-fold with a carved motorcycle on the front, contained $1,000 along with his driver’s license, Social Security card, medical marijuana card, a credit card and a debit card.
• Anita Shonta Naylor, 100 block 12th Street Northwest, told police that a .38-caliber handgun was missing from the residence of her deceased mother, 222 Sixth St. S.W., between Jan. 1 and July 8.
• Crossroads Mission, 24 Fifth St. N.E., reported July 8 that a person with a criminal trespass order due to previous problems was seen on video stealing food from an outdoor refrigerator at the mission.
• Wayne Douglas Baggett, of Kingwood Gardens Drive, told police July 3 that the decal had been removed from his license plate sometime the previous night.
• Maria del Rocio Malagon, of Moultrie, reported July 3 that someone stole her son’s bicycle from her yard between June 30 and the date of the report.
• Ferrell Lewis, 100 block North Manning Street, Funston, reported July 3 that he had lost his wallet, possibly while he was at the Riverbend convenience store, 1604 Camilla Highway, around 7:15 a.m. The wallet contained $40 in cash, his car and medical insurance cards, Social Security card and his Belk’s credit card. He knew his wallet was stolen when he got a call from his bank about fraudulent activity from a transaction made to an online dating account.
• Hutson Motor Company, 2500 First Ave. S.E., reported a forged check July 9.
• B.J. Kiser, of Greenwood Avenue, said she returned home July 7 to find someone had entered her house. There were pry marks on a window and broken locks but she didn’t see anything missing.
• An employee of Shell Rapid Lube, 502 Rowland Drive, told police July 5 that a former employee was caught on the security camera trying to gain access to the business’s industrial vacuum about 3:55 a.m. July 4. The vacuum’s bottom rear hatch was damaged, apparently with a crowbar, police said.
• Mary Tillman, 400 block Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, told police July 4 that she was awakened about 4:45 a.m. by a loud bang on her front door. Someone had tried to kick in the door of the residence, she said. There was a dent in the door, police said, and the door frame had splintered in the area of the latch.