MOULTRIE — From the “no good deed goes unpunished” department, a Thomasville man who gave a couple a ride to Moultrie discovered that his navigation system was missing after he dropped them off.
Willis Rockwell, 26, told Moultrie police Friday that he brought the man and woman to Moultrie in his truck and dropped them off about 8:11 p.m. at a convenience store in the 100 block of U.S. Highway 319 South.
His Garmin GPS was in the truck before the two got into his 2001 Chevrolet 1500, Rockwell reported. When he noticed it was missing he went back to the store but the man and woman had left. He valued the Garmin system at $150.
In another theft:
• Tiesha Claitt, 800 block Highlander Drive, reported Friday the theft of a children’s motor bike valued at $300.
• Two juveniles, one a 15-year-old boy, were charged Thursday with theft by shoplifting.
An employee at Wal-Mart, 641 Veterans Parkway S., told police that the two ate popcorn chicken and dressing in the store without paying for it and then walked out with gum and finger nail polish they concealed in their pockets.
They were released to their guardian.
• Joshua Lee Bennett, 27, 225 West Blvd., was charged Friday with disorderly conduct.
• Joel Nelson Tucker, 25, 1271 Bob Taylor Road, was charged Thursday with possession of firearm by convicted felon.
• Hector Badillo, 18, 283 Serena Drive; Saul Antonio, 17, 201 Lewis Road; and Levy Martinez, 33, 1225 Eighth Ave. S.E., were each charged Oct. 31 with possession of marijuana.
• Patrick Alan Raymond, 29, 2797 Mitchell County Line Road, was charged Thursday with four counts deposit account fraud.
• Trabian Derrell Jones, 37, 413 Third Ave. N.W.
• Ryan Patrick Rockwood, 23, 805 Pine Ave., Tifton.
• David Douglas Howell, Moultrie, reported Thursday that a white Dodge truck struck his 2005 Toyota Camry as he was driving at the intersection of South Main Street and 15th Avenue Southeast.
Howell told police that the truck pulled out and struck the rear tire area and passenger door. The driver of the truck did not stop and headed north on South Main Street.
No one in Howell’s car indicated having an injury, police said.