A driver who is accused of striking two parked cars, one of which was occupied, Monday afternoon in northwest Moultrie was arrested after an officer witnessed the incident.
Bruce Dewayne Bishop, 19, 718 Fourth St. N.W. Apt A, was charged with hit and run and no driver’s license.
Moultrie Police Department reports said that an officer patrolling at 2:30 p.m. in the 700 block of Sixth Street saw a gray Dodge Avenger backing out of an alley. The driver traveled all the away across the street and into a driveway, where it struck a Pontiac G6 owned by Monique Jackson.
The car, driven by Bishop, continued on, taking a right turn onto Seventh Avenue and another right onto Seventh Street, where it struck a parked Chevrolet Impala owned by Katrina Church, police said. The passengers in that car got out and ran toward the nearby apartment complex.
Bishop stopped at 705 Seventh St. N.W. and got out of the car with his hands raised, police said.
In other arrests:
• Jesus Remero Gomez, 27, 3162 Lot F, Old Adel Road, was charged Monday with headlights required and no driver’s license.
• Edward Junior French, 58, 325 Fifth Ave. N.W., was charged Monday with simple battery.
• Benito Mendoza, 37, 3526 Hwy. 133 S., was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.
• Floyd Patterson III, 29, 416 Ninth St. N.W., was charged Tuesday with driving while license withdrawn.
• Kori Keshun Adams, 34, 823 1/2 Ninth Ave. S.E., was charged Saturday with fleeing or attempting to elude police officer obstruction of an officer and driving with suspended license.
• Kiman Tykie Hayes, 20, 401 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.
Ameris Bank, 310 1/2 First St. S.E., reported Monday the theft of property valued at $2,000.
• Evelina Walters, 700 block 13th St. S.W., reported Monday the theft of two rings, two pairs of earrings, two bracelets and a computer router with a total value of $1,575.
• Enmark, 915 First Ave. S.E., reported Monday that a customer pumped $13.99 worth of gasoline into a gold Ford Focus and left after a companion gave a clerk $8.33, leaving an unpaid balance of $5.66
• Chuck Arrington, 4400 block Old Doerun Road, reported Monday the theft of a Dewalt saw and other property with a total value of $800.
• Randall Suber, Moultrie, reported Monday a scam attempt involving a promised prize.
Suber contacted police and reported that a man was supposed to meet him at a Moultrie retail store in order to trade $200 for $1 million. Police accompanied him to the store, but while there Suber received a call asking him to wire the $200, which he did not do.
Police called the number Suber had for the person who contacted him. The man who answered the telephone told police that he worked for Publisher’s Clearing House and that he was not involved in any fraud, police said. When asked for a supervisor he said that he was in a meeting.
• Plymel’s Convenience Store, 800 Hwy. 133 S., reported Thursday a case of forgery.