DOERUN — A Doerun man was robbed of money by someone posing as a sheriff’s deputy and using a “short board” as a weapon early Saturday morning. The robber, however, decided not to leave the victim totally empty-handed. He gave back $100 of his loot.

Ernest Baird, of Ticknor Road in Doerun, reported he was in bed when he heard a loud knock on his door about 3:50 a.m. The person outside shouted “Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office,” and Baird stated he yelled back, “No one’s home,” thinking the person was a friend playing a joke.

The robber forced the door open and came inside the house carrying a board. The robber demanded money from Baird, and he gave him $300 cash, all the money Baird had on him, to the robber, the sheriff’s report said.

After taking the money, the robber stated he would not leave Baird broke, so he gave back $100 cash then left the scene. Baird only described the robber as wearing tan pants and a faded gray shirt. The sheriff’s report said the robber’s race was unknown.

In other investigations, authorities reported about $3,000 in items taken during weekend thefts.



Arrests:

Moultrie Police

• Tylenski Keyshawn Breland, 25, of 1026 Second Ave. N.W., was charged Friday with driving with a suspended license and a window tint violation.

• Bryan Gerald Tucker, 21, of 90 Eagle Run, was charged Friday with driving with a suspended license and a seatbelt violation.

• Shirley Ann King, 41, of 411 Seventh Ave. S.E., Apt. B, was charged Friday with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.

• Eddie Lee McIntyre Jr., 24, of 105 Ninth Ave. S.E., was charged Sunday with criminal trespassing, interference with a 911 call and two counts of cruelty to children (third degree) (family violence).

• Thomas McCloud, 49, of 1515 Fourth Ave. N.E., Apt. D-5, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct (family violence).

• Ellis Bowman Jr., 53, of 221 Seventh Ave. S.E., was charged Sunday with driving with a suspended license.

• James Antonio Manning, 34, of 413 11th Court S.E., was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct (family violence) and public drunkenness.

• Jeffery Howell, 24, of 184 Thompson Road, was charged Sunday with DUI, failure to stop at a stop sign and an open container violation.

• Franklin Ben Conger, 26, of 2122 Old Doerun Road, was charged Sunday with an open container violation.

• Johnny Marshall Jr., 37, of 1183 Sixth St. S.W., was charged Sunday with reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident with damage.

• Monike Shontae Smith, 31, of 1314 10th St. S.W., was charged Sunday with furnishing false information to police.

• Eric Smith, 47, of 1314 10th St. S.W., was charged Monday with disorderly conduct.

• Sharon Roberts Ward, 31, of 1515 Fourth Ave. N.E., Apt. I-3, was charged Monday with disorderly conduct.

• Ronald Jordan, 27, of 1515 Fourth Ave. N.E., Apt. I-3, was charged Monday with disorderly conduct.



Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Judith Jackson Wilson, 67, of 5025 Fifth St. S.E., was charged Sunday with no proof of insurance and driving with suspended registration.

• Angel Benita, of 890 Edward St., was charged Sunday with driving without a license and a seatbelt violation.

• James Kenneth Gossett, 32, of 87 Centennial Exit in Thomasville, was charged Sunday with driving with a suspended license.

• Chester Callahan, 40, of 775-B Sardis Church Road, was charged Saturday with obstruction.

• Trent Dickson Taylor, 43, of 5405 28th Ave. E. in Palmetto, Fla., was charged Sunday with speeding and reckless driving.

• William Brennan Butterfield, 18, of 4011 Old Adel Road, was charged Sunday with speeding, attempting to elude officers and DUI.

• Fernando Lopez, 34, of 124 Magnolia Ave., was charged Thursday with being a pedestrian under the influence.

• Eric Demetrus Lamar, 25, of 521 Fourth Court N.W., was charged Sunday with battery (family violence), cruelty to children and criminal trespassing.

• Robert Cranford Blease, 30, of 116 Cool Springs Highway, was charged Sunday with deposit account fraud.

• Timothy Kinsey, 46, of 200 N. Railroad St. in Norman Park, was charged Sunday with theft by taking.

• Ruben Zavala, 29, of 142 Edward St., was charged Sunday with escape while under arrest, obstruction, driving with a suspended license, speeding and probation violation.

• Chasity Renee Truelove, 27, of 162-C Cook Road, was charged Friday with making terroristic threats and acts.

• Danny Ray Bryant, 37, of 225 Indian Lake Drive, Lot 26, was charged Thursday with battery (domestic violence) and cruelty children (domestic violence).



Berlin Police

• Esteban Compin Rojas, of 1887 W. Mitchell St. in Adel, was charged Saturday with driving without a license and failure to dim headlights.



Other Incidents:

Moultrie Police

• A teller at Colony Bank on North Veterans Parkway reported finding a counterfeit $20 bill in a business deposit Friday.

• An attendant at Petro on First Avenue Southeast reported a thief pumped $33 in gasoline Friday and left without paying for it. The vehicle used was a black Honda Accord, and officers were given its tag number.

• Rhonda Moore reported a female acquaintance kicked the driver’s door of her Pontiac Sunfire while it was parked on North Veterans Parkway Friday. Damage was about $600.

• An attendant at the Petro store on First Avenue Southeast reported Saturday a known female customer cashed a counterfeit money order Nov. 6. The amount of the counterfeit money order was $460.

• Yohana Bartley, of Seventh Street Southeast, reported someone broke out a passenger window of her Jeep Cherokee between 7:45 p.m. Friday and 11:31 a.m. Saturday. Damage was estimated at $150.

• Jessica Allen reported a thief stole a television, a television with a built-in DVD player and a laptop computer from her former house on Fourth Street Northwest Saturday. The value of the stolen items was estimated at $1,500.

• Sheila Ogletree reported someone threw an object at her Ford Explorer, damaging a passenger door, as she drove on Second Street Southeast Sunday. Damage was estimated at $400.

• Gerrold Pless reported a thief stole a Dewalt grinder, a Roberts knee kicker, a Senco nail gun and hand tools from his unlocked tool box on his Ford F-350 while it was parked at Jackson Transmission on West Central Avenue Sunday. The value of the stolen items was estimated at $700.



Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Mitchell McGlamry reported a thief stole a chainsaw from a volunteer fire department truck Sunday. The value of the stolen chainsaw was $600.

• Polly Williams, of Highway 33 South, reported a thief stole $137 cash from her Chevrolet Malibu between 9:15 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. Saturday.

• Randall Kent reported a thief stole a toolbox with tools inside from his shed on Merritt Road between 4 p.m. Dec. 9 and 12:30 p.m. Saturday. The value of the stolen tools was $100.

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