MOULTRIE -- An armed robbery cost a man his car early Saturday morning, but it was later recovered by police.
Benjamin Nagle reported the incident to police after running from the robber who took his Chrysler New Yorker on Third Avenue Southwest. Nagle was able to stop the officers while they were on patrol.
Reports said Nagle was driving his vehicle when an unknown person entered his car while stopped at the intersection of Third Avenue Southwest and Second Street Southwest. The man pulled out a gun and held Nagle at gunpoint, police reports said.
The man demanded money from Nagle but he got out of his vehicle and ran, reports said. Police later found the car abandoned Saturday morning on fifth Street Northwest.
Nagle described the assailant as a black male, police reports said.
In other Incidents:
Monterrius Haynes, of West Boulevard Southwest, reported an unknown person stole an Oldsmobile Toronado from his property between 9 p.m. Friday and 7:30 a.m. Sunday. The value of the stolen car was $200.
Tracy Howard, of Sixth Street Southeast, reported Sunday an unknown person forced open a back door of her residence and stole 15 CD's and $100 cash. The total value of the stolen items was approximately $325.
An anonymous caller informed police an unknown person had robbed Sonny's Meats on 10th Street Southeast Sunday. A search of the store found glass from the front door broken and approximately $10 in change and an unknown number of cigars had been stolen. Damage and the total value of the stolen items was estimated at $270.
Lakeshia Ridley, of Third Avenue Northwest, reported an unknown person broke a rear window of her residence and stole a 19" color television and a stereo with speakers Sunday. Damage and the total value of the stolen items was $330. Police reports said a check of the window by police did not reveal any glass and it did not appear the window had been broken recently.
Terrell Stallings reported an unknown person stole 10 ferns in hanging baskets from Leaf Makers on First Avenue Southeast between 5:30 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. Saturday. The total value of the stolen items was $165.
Ottie Hayes reported an unknown person stole her 10-speed bicycle while it was behind a bar on First Avenue Northeast Friday. The value of the stolen bicycle was $150.
Bish Holmes reported an unknown person tore off a window screen and broke a window to enter Holy Temple Church of God on Third Avenue Northwest between 10 p.m. Wednesday and 10:30 a.m. Friday. The kitchen and pastor's office had items out of place, but nothing appeared to be missing. Damage to the church was $70.
James Weldon reported an unknown person entered a semi trailer and stole two Honda four-wheelers, a Kawasaki motorcycle, a Snap-On 50-inch tool chest, miscellaneous hand tools and air tools and air conditioner recharging equipment from Broadleaf on Seventh Street Southeast between 5 p.m. February 13 and 8 a.m. Friday. The total value of the stolen items was estimated at $12,300. Weldon provided police with the name of a former employee as a suspect.
Tonya Monts reported an unknown person damaged and opened a back door of the Greater Newton Grove Church on Second Street Northwest and cut two telephone wire boxes and stole an office size refrigerator between 9 p.m. Thursday and 8:55 a.m. Sunday. Damage and the value of the stolen refrigerator was $1,150.
Richard Price reported an unknown person damaged property at Pizza Hut on First Avenue Southeast and stole $499 cash from a locked safe between 11 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. Friday. Damage and the stolen cash were totaled at $599. Police believe this was committed by a current and/or former employee because there were no signs of forced entry into the store.
Terry Jackson of Fifth Avenue reported an unknown person broke a rear window of her residence and stole a Kenmore washing machine, a Scientific America Explorer cable box converter and china dishes and silverware as well as damaging two antique chests between October 3 and 7:30 a.m. Friday. Damage and the total value of the stolen items was $1,130.
Brian Kitchens, of Second Street Southeast, reported an unknown person entered his unlocked Ford Taurus and stole a cell phone charger and a box of checks between 12:01 a.m. and 6 a.m. Friday. His unlocked Chevrolet S-10 pickup was also entered and a Pioneer CD player was stolen. The total value of the stolen items from both vehicles was estimated at $235.
Sharon Jackson of Old Adel Road reported Friday an unknown person stole $700 cash, a gold ankle and bracelet set, a cluster ring and two toe rings from her residence between March 10 and March 12. The total value of the stolen items was $1,525.
Paul Hughes, of Tallokas Street, reported an unknown person stole a chrome diamond-plated tool box containing tools and go-cart parts between midnight Thursday and 8 a.m. Friday. The total value of the stolen items was approximately $500.
Jeff Dyess reported a female customer used a fraudulently produced check in the amount of $1,666.79 to purchase a computer from Circuit Board Computers on First Avenue Southeast Friday.
Britney Griffin, 17, of 298 C.L. Kennedy Road in Pavo, was charged Sunday with theft by shoplifting.
Kristen Marie Messer, 18, of 298 C.L. Kennedy Road in Pavo, was charged Sunday with theft by shoplifting.
A 14 year-old boy was charged Sunday with theft by shoplifting.
Dennis Morgan Seward, 24, of 710 Third Ave. S.E., Apartment A, was charged Saturday with public drunkenness.
Eric Sherrod Spry, 18, of 48 Kingwood Gardens S.E., was charged Saturday with illegal possession of alcohol.
Richard Cody Brooks, 18, of 426 Minisee Road, was charged Saturday with illegal possession of alcohol.
Dereck Ronald Lusby, 18, of 426 Minisee Road, was charged Saturday with illegal possession of alcohol.
Clinton Van Proctor, 18, of 414 Minisee Road, was charged Saturday with illegal possession of alcohol.
Michael Hubert Skeen, 18, of 559 U.S. Highway 319 N., was charged Saturday with illegal possession of alcohol.
Johnny Doyle Peacock, 46, of 20 20th St. S.E., was charged Saturday with DUI and weaving over the roadway.
Tyese Monque Gray, 20, of 436 Circle Road, was charged Sunday with financial transaction card fraud.
A 12 year-old boy was charged Friday with being an unruly child.
Pearlie Mae Smith, 47, of 1108 Third St. S.E., was charged Friday with battery (family violence).
Ismael Reyes, 21, of Circle Road, was charged Saturday with weaving over a roadway, DUI and driving without a license.
Abel Castro, 22, of Regency Village, Lot 47, was charged Sunday with driving without a license.
Jose Soria, 29, of 172 Cedar St., was charged Saturday with driving without a license.
Juan Carlos Moreno, 26, of 3207 Sylvester Drive, was charged Saturday with DUI, failure to stop at a stop sign and driving without a license.
Dustin Blake Mauldin, 21, of 151 Circle Road, was charged Friday with DUI and failure to maintain lane.
Emmitt Dewayne Hasty, 42, of 1905 Garden Villa Drive, was charged Sunday with DUI, driving with a suspended license and displaying an improper tag.
Heather Marie Hancock, 22, of 6117 Dogwood Circle in Albany, was charged Sunday with driving with a suspended license and carrying drug paraphernalia.
Rolando Hernandez Garcia, 27, of 29 Circle Road, was charged Saturday with driving without a license and operating a vehicle without a current plate.
Michael David Glasgow, 30, of 1008 Holmes Drive, was charged Friday with burglary.
Anthony Stephen Allen, 32, of 217 12th Ave. S.E., was charged March 16 with burglary.
Cameron Osborne, 25, of 2145 Delta Way in Tallahassee, Fla., was charged Friday with possession of crack cocaine.
Emmanuel Nicoleau, 24, of 2030 Bellewe Way in Tallahassee, Fla., was charged Friday with possession of crack cocaine.
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