• Quincy Pentrell Stephens, 36, Albany, was charged June 28 with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
• Rolando Cinto, 27, 260 Greenfield Church Road, was charged June 27 with driving without a license and defective equipment.
• Jennifer Nunez, 24, 1530 C.S. Powell Road, Omega.
• Darren Wright, 200 block Church Street, Ellenton, told deputies June 27 that a watch, bracelet and ring were stolen from his house the previous morning. The jewelry was valued at $2,100.
• David Aaron Stanley, 100 block North Baker Street, Ellenton, reported his car stolen from outside his residence. Stanley told the deputy the 2018 Ford Fusion SE was parked outside the house Wednesday night but wasn’t there when he got up Thursday morning. He said the car has a keyless ignition, and as far as he knew the only key fob was still in his possession. The car was valued at $18,000.
• Jeremy Scott Sutton, 600 block Ellenton-Omega Road, Norman Park, told deputies June 27 that a pistol was taken from his truck between June 16 and 19. The Smith and Wesson .380-caliber handgun was valued at $300.
• Police responded to Pizza Hut, 25 Doc Darbyshire Road, June 27, to a report of entering automobile. The police report did not include the name of the complainant or victim. Clothing, electronics and other items valued at a total of $185 were taken from a 2009 Chevrolet Tahoe.
• Melissa Lynn Foster, 200 block Eighth Street Southwest, reported June 27 that her son’s bicycle was missing off her porch. She said she last saw the 20-inch Huffy Rocket the morning of June 24. The bike was practically new and valued at $50, the police report said.
• Walmart’s loss prevention officer reported June 27 that a woman had shoplifted items on earlier occasions.
Based on the store’s investigation, it appeared the woman used a UPC code taped to her hand to under-ring items as she went through the self-checkout. The woman then tried to return the items at their full value, but the loss prevention staff had frozen her ability to make returns after she’d made so many of them in a short time, the police report said.
• Eleanor Wilburn, 2200 block Vinson Road, Meigs, reported June 27 that a white vehicle was parked beside her chicken coop at 1 a.m. June 25. An orange frizzled rooster valued at $25 was missing following an earlier incident about June 12.