Two residents of the same house reported the theft of television sets in burglaries less than a week apart.
• Cleo Kelly, 300 block West Bethel Avenue, reported the theft of a television valued at $400 on Thursday. The theft was discovered when Kelly came home about 11 p.m.
• Glenda Dudley, of the same residence, reported her daughter’s television, valued at $200, was stolen Tuesday between 3:30 and 6:28 p.m.
• Kinyata Simpson, of Moultrie, reported Monday that her Apple iPad Mini, valued at $370, had been stolen in early February from her aunt’s residence on First Avenue Northwest. She said she didn’t know who might have taken it until recently, when a female acquaintance called and said she’d bought the tablet from someone but would not return it until Simpson paid her what the woman said she’d paid for it herself.
• Thelma Patterson, 400 block Highway 256 in Norman Park, reported Friday that a man who put a roof on her shop had cheated her. Patterson said she hired the man for $5,500, but when she ran over the ridge cap she agreed to reimburse him for buying a new one. He gave her the receipt (showing a sale of $178.56), but she said she took the receipt back to the store that sold it and the person at the store said it was for tin roof panels. Patterson said she believed the man put the damaged ridge cap on her roof and had her reimburse him for the tin he bought for another job.
The deputy climbed onto the shop and found small dents in the ridge cap.
In addition, Patterson said a 20-quart boiler and an aluminum dish pan were missing from inside the shop.
• Cecil Harrell, 1200 block Kendallwood Church Road, reported Saturday his 54-inch zero-turn-radius lawn mower was stolen. The mower was valued at $4,000.
• James Adin Button, 100 block Apache Drive, reported Monday that the tag decal was removed from his 2001 Chevrolet Malibu just hours after h put it on.
• Donnie Bentley, 1700 block O.J. Johnson Road, reported Monday that his 42-inch riding mower, valued at $1,500, was stolen.
• Mary Jo Fuller, of Moultrie, reported Monday that someone stole her identity and filed a federal tax return in her name.
• Jose Ramos, 22, 1208 13th St. S.W., was charged Friday with driving without a license.
• Nicole Janee Williams, 27, 1420 Hutchinson Drive, was arrested Friday on a felony warrant from Turner County. Reports from both the Moultrie Police Department and the Colquitt County Jail did not say what charge was associated with that warrant.
• Calvin Xavier Baker, 36, 106 Ridgewood, was charged Friday on a bench warrant.
• John Julian Dukes, 37, 1000-B Holmes Drive, was charged Friday with burglary.
• Gene Arnold Weeks III, 31, 1338 Highway 111, was charged Saturday with shoplifting.
• Josue Samuel Gutierrez, 34, 121 31st Ave. N.E., was charged Wednesday with disorderly conduct.
• Angie Lee Williams, 47, 586 26th Ave. S.E. Building I, was charged Friday with simple battery.
• Joseph Henry McGuire, 27, Thomasville, was charged Sunday with DUI and possession of a Schedule II drug with intent to distirbute.
• Amber Nicole Griffin, 27, 2230 Sardis Church Road, was charged Monday with driving while license withdrawn, driving on a suspended tag, no insurance and failure to dim headlights.
• Carl Leon Huntley, 36, Cairo, was charged Monday on a bench warrant.
• Tamrun Rana Folsom, 22, 475 Highway 319 N. Lot A., was charged Monday on a bench warrant.
Georgia State Patrol
• Judy Carol Terry, 52, 835 No. 2 Sky Manor Drive, was charged Wednesday with driving while license withdrawn.
• Brandon Douglas Hall, 33, 2532 Fifth St. S.E., was charged Monday with driving while license withdrawn, seat belt violation and tires requirement.
• Lori Hayli Ary, 25, 4 McDonald Court S.E. Apt. A.
• Zayvone Tyshawn Brown, 18, 128 Funston-Sale City Road, Funston.
• Kainane Eli’x Williams, 19, McRae, Ga.
• Nathan Keith McClelland, 25, 1637 Bob Taylor Road.
• Heather Ray Bates, 21, 534 Ninth St. S.W. Apt. 534.
• Kippani Frazier of Pavo told deputies Sunday she was assaulted by a woman she knew, who accused her of taking 20 grams of methamphetamine from the residence of a mutual acquaintance. Two men — one of them the man whose drugs were allegedly taken — were present but didn’t intervene, she said.
• Terry Mitchell, 200 block South Church Street, reported Sunday afternoon that a passenger in his car became aggressive while they were talking and driving in the area of Sardis Church Road and Skipper Road. He said the man opened the door and tried to jump out while the car was moving, and he grabbed the man’s shirt to keep him in. As the two struggled, the vehicle went into the ditch.
Mitchell said the man got out and ran around to his side of the car, and he got out to meet him. The man started swinging his fists, and Mitchell said he hit the man. After that, the man left walking on Skipper Road.