MOULTRIE — At least thirteen people reported incidents of crime over the weekend. And three incidents reported guns being fired. They included:

• Mary Grose, of Fairview Drive, reported Sunday someone forged and cashed two checks from her son’s account between 9 a.m. April 8 and 5 p.m. April 11. The amount of the forged checks was approximately $550. Grose provided officers with the names of two male acquaintances she suspects stole the checks and cashed them fraudulently.

• Douglas Jones reported someone stole a Pioneer CD player, two12-inch speakers and a Lighting Audio 600-watt amplifier from his Chevrolet Cavalier while it was parked at Pizza Hut on First Avenue Southeast Saturday. The total value of the stolen items was $340.

• Victor Powell reported someone fired five gunshots during a fight a Winn-Dixie on Talmadge Drive Saturday. No one was injured in the incident, which escalated from an argument inside the store.

• An attendant at Inland on First Avenue Southeast reported an unknown person pumped $30 in gasoline Saturday and left without paying for it. The attendant described the vehicle as a white Ford F-150, but she was unable to provide officers with the vehicle’s tag number or a description of the driver.

• Jason Robinson reported an intruder attempted to pry open the rear door of a residence on Sunrise Avenue, damaging the door knob, between 11 a.m. April 16 and 7:15 p.m. Saturday. Damage to the door was estimated at $450.

• Adrean McBride, of Eighth Street Southeast, reported someone shot him in the leg Friday. Upon further investigation, officers found that a gun McBride had in his shorts had fired, injuring his right upper leg. He was taken to Colquitt Regional Medical Center for the injury and was treated and released Friday.

• Jimmy Redding reported an unknown person stole an Okidata computer and Okidata monitor from Sunbelt Tobacco Warehouse on Fifth Street Northeast between 6 p.m. Thursday and 9:30 a.m. Friday. The total value of the stolen items was $2,500. Redding also reported an unknown person stole an RCA 19-inch television from the business between noon April 14 and 9 a.m. April 17. The value of the stolen television was $200.

• Erica Lewis, of Second Street Northwest, reported someone stole a 14-ounce can full of change and several boxes of jewelry from her bedroom between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. Thursday. The total value of the stolen items was unknown at the time of report. Lewis found an identification card on her bedroom floor, and officers obtained the information of a female suspect in the incident.

• Andy Arnold, of Cool Springs Road, reported Friday an unknown person shot his chocolate Labrador dog in the chest with a shotgun April 13. Arnold took the dog to a veterinarian who found several shotgun pellets in the dog’s chest.

• Gary Strickland reported someone keyed the passenger door of his wife’s Pontiac Vibe while it was parked at Cobb Funeral Chapel on Highway 37 West April 18. Damage to the vehicle was unknown at the time of report.

• Shana Gray reported an unknown person poured bleach on her clothes and furniture while they were at a residence on Highway 319 North Friday. Total damage to the bleached items was unknown at the time of report. Gray provided sheriff’s deputies with the name of a male acquaintance she suspects damaged the items.

• Chance Taylor reported a female acquaintance scratched the bumper and driver’s side of his Chevrolet Camaro and stole a Panasonic CD player, a Rockford Fosgate 10-inch subwoofer with amplifier and a speakerbox from the vehicle while it was parked at the Colquitt County Courthouse Annex on First Street Northeast Friday. The total value of the stolen items was $800.

• Rosa Lopez, of Circle Road, reported an unknown person stole a speakerbox with a set of Pioneer speakers and a wallet with $100 cash from her unlocked Toyota 4-Runner and stole a Sony CD player from her unlocked GMC Jimmy between 11 p.m. Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday. The total value of the stolen items was approximately $900.

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