MOULTRIE — A total of four Moultrie residents reported windows of their vehicles were damaged by unknown people. Three of the incidents reported took place overnight Thursday and have similarities to each other.

Total damage reported because of the four incidents was estimated at between $1,500 and $1,600. The Moultrie Police Department is investigating the three similar incidents; Moultrie Police Sgt. Roger Lindsay said it was possible the three incidents were related, but there were no suspects as of Thursday afternoon.

Those who reported damage to the vehicle windows were:

• Pamela Lowery, of 11th Court Southeast, reported an unknown person threw a brick through the rear window of her Mazda MX-6 Thursday. Damage to the window was estimated at between $200 and $300.

• Malissa Blackwell, of Seventh Avenue Southwest, reported an unknown person threw a brick through the rear window of her Oldsmobile Alero Thursday. Damage to the window was estimated at $500.

• Stephanie Thornton reported an unknown person threw a brick through the windshield of her Dodge Neon while it was parked at a residence on Eighth Avenue Southeast Thursday. Damage to the windshield was about $500.

• Miguel Pasaye reported an unknown person threw a Gatorade bottle at his Ford Explorer, cracking the windshield, while he was at Inland on First Avenue Southeast Wednesday. Damage to the windshield was estimated at $300. Pasaye told officers we could not leave the gas station because a Toyota Camry was blocking their exit, and the unknown person got out of the Camry and threw the bottle at Pasaye’s Explorer while he waited for the Camry to move. An unknown female driver of the Camry left the scene after the incident, possibly because she was afraid Pasaye would hit the Camry, he told officers.



Arrests

• A 16-year-old girl was charged Wednesday with driving without a license, driving with an improper tag and improper backing.

• Francisca Reyes, 38, of 103 Clay St., was charged Wednesday with driving without a license.

• Vickie Victoria Steatean, 22, of 612 Sixth St. S.W., was charged Wednesday with two counts of deposit account fraud.

• Curtis Griffin, 60, of 3266 Old Adel Road, was charged Tuesday with obstruction.

• Hazel Christine Griffin, 35, of 3266 Old Adel Road, was charged Tuesday with obstruction, probation violation and six counts of forgery.

• Jeremy Deshaun Murray, 23, of 307 Ninth St. S.W., was charged Wednesday with two counts of simple battery (family violence) and criminal trespassing (family violence).



Other Incidents

• An officer was sent to Seventh Avenue Southeast after gunshots were reported to police Wednesday. When the officer arrived at the scene, he did not see anyone or hear any noises that were or could be mistaken for gunfire.

• Anthony Walker, of Hillcrest Avenue, reported an unknown person broke a bedroom window and stole a big screen television and five pairs of Nike Air Jordan shoes between 1:03 p.m. and 3:41 p.m. Wednesday. The total value of the stolen items was $4,250.

• Mickey Jackson reported an unknown person stole a Craftsman air compressor, an 11-horsepower pressure washer, a hydraulic pump and an exhaust pipe system from Jackson Transmission on West Central Avenue between Dec. 1 and 10:09 a.m. Wednesday. The total value of the stolen items was $1,050.

• Ruthie Gordon, of Elliott Brown Street, reported Wednesday an unknown person stole a Merite electric wheelchair from her carport Dec. 7. The value of the stolen wheelchair was $3,000.

• An attendant at Enmark on First Avenue Southeast reported an unknown person pumped $5 in gasoline Tuesday and left without paying for it. The attendant described the vehicle as a white Ford Taurus driven by a black male, and she provided officers with the vehicle’s tag number.

• Michael Johnson reported an unknown person cut the wires to his Craftsman eight-horsepower air compressor on Smokey Bear Road in Norman Park between 6 p.m. Feb. 13 and 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. Damage to the air compressor was unknown at the time of report.

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