MOULTRIE -- Six vehicles on Sylvester Drive were burglarized between Monday and Tuesday, Colquitt County sheriff's reports said:

Beverly Davis, 2910 Sylvester Drive, reported that her pocketbook was taken from her Ford Escort; Delacy Rushing, 3210 Sylvester Drive, Lot 132, reported 100 compact discs and $680 worth of stereo equipment was taken from her Chevrolet Impala; Martha Montgomery, 3212 Sylvester Drive, Lot 110, reported that while her pocketbook was taken from her Toyota Camry, an attempt to steal the compact disc player was unsuccessful; and Heriberto Soto, 3212 Sylvester Drive, Lot 124, reported that $750 worth of items were stolen from three of his vehicles.

Other incidents

Leo Beaty, of Beaty Saw Shop on Sardis Church Road, reported that someone Tuesday that someone broke into the business and stole .22-caliber pistol, a watch, a spotlight and $5 in change, sheriff's reports said.

Catherine Colbert, 85, of 13th Avenue Southeast, reported that while she was in the hospital between March 1 and Tuesday, a .30-30 rifle and .32-caliber pistol were taken from her home, Moultrie police reports said.

Gloria Walker, of Moultrie, reported Tuesday that someone put scratches all over her vehicle while she was inside CVS on South Main Street, police reports said. The damage is estimated at $800.

Terry Williams, of Ninth Avenue Northwest, reported Tuesday that someone broke into his home and stole two televisions and a CNS cable converter box, police reports said.


Danny Edwards, 52, 1325 Summer Circle, was charged Tuesday with DUI and leaving the scene of an accident.

Emy Gilbert, 26, 501 Second Ave. N.W., was charged Tuesday with trespassing, disorderly conduct-family violence and giving false information to police.

Markel Kendrix, 25, 910 Seventh Ave. S.E., was charged Tuesday with violating probation.

Timothy Christen, 24, of Moultrie, was charged Tuesday with violating probation.

Jennifer Maddox, 29, 1201-B Sixth Ave. N.W., was charged Tuesday with interfering with the apprehension of a subject.


The house at 924 Fifth Ave. S.W. was 30 percent destroyed by a fire started by the unattended food on the stove, Moultrie Fire Department officials said Wednesday. No one was injured.


The trailer of a transfer truck containing hardware-store items, such as dog food and fertilizer, overturned Tuesday morning while turning onto First Avenue from 10th Street Southeast, a police spokesman said Wednesday. No one was injured and there was no contamination, the spokesman said.

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