MOULTRIE — The Moultrie Police Department is investigating a bogus bill passed at a fast food restaurant.

KFC, 300 Lane St., reported Wednesday that after depositing receipts its bank called and said a $10 bill was counterfeit.

The bill apparently was passed the previous night.



Thefts

• Sissy Johnson, 1800 block West Boulevard, reported Wednesday the theft of a gold-colored wedding band and other jewelry.

• Heath Tatum, 1700 block Old Camilla Highway, reported Wednesday the thefts of two dogs, a male pit bull with brown spots and a female pit bull with red spots. Both were about 3 years old.



Arrests

• Ann Laura Segura, 20, 218 Cedar St., was charged Wednesday with no license and failure to yield when entering roadway.

• Jonqurus Desmone Haynes, 18, 413 11th Court S.E., was charged Wednesday with probation violation.

• Daryl Kinsey Jr., 25, 2405 Fifth Ave. S.E., was charged Wednesday with DUI-test refusal, expired tag and tag light violation.



Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

Thefts

• Stanford Whitman 500 block Hopewell Church Road, reported Wednesday the theft of two tan-colored 2 1/2-month-old pigs.

Whitman told the officer that the theft was the second time two pigs were stolen within a month.



Property damage

• Alex Malone, 700 block First Street Northeast, reported Wednesday that 12 locks on storage units at Sunset Mini Storage, 3207 S. Veterans Parkway, were cut.

It was not known if anything was taken from the storage units.



Animal complaint

• Coty Jonathan Johnson, 3000 block Sylvester Drive, reported Wednesday that he was bitten by a dog that was on a leash in the 900 block of Wilburn Murphy Road.

The owner of the dog told the officer that the dog was current on its vaccinations.



Forgeries

• Alanna Tillery, 400 block Jim Sharp Road, reported Wednesday that her name and banking account were used without her knowledge by someone who opened a cellular telephone account.

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