MOULTRIE — Nine Colquitt County residents and a business reported they were victims of property theft over the weekend. Items reported stolen included electronics, boat motors, tools, home appliances, a bicycle, a smut pot, a car, gasoline and a light bulb.

The value of the items reported stolen and damage caused during the thefts tallied $10,142. Those who reported being the victims of property theft were:

• Charlotte Johnson, of West Boulevard, reported a thief stole a Sylvania 32-inch television between 11:30 a.m. and 10:27 p.m. Saturday. The value of the stolen television was $584.

• John Lenz, of Fifth Street Southwest, reported a thief cracked a window frame and stole a light bulb Saturday. Damage and the value of the stolen light bulb was $158.

• Tamisha Spradley, of Fifth Avenue Southwest, reported a thief stole a 50-inch television Tuesday. The value of the stolen television was $450.

• An employee of U.S. Food Mart on South Main Street reported a thief pumped $40.01 in gasoline Friday and left without paying for it. The vehicle used was a gold Cadillac, driven by a white female, but officers were only given a partial tag number.

• Cheryl Johnson reported a thief broke the window of her trailer on Harper Road and stole an Evinrude boat motor, a Johnson boat motor, a Motor Guide trolling motor, a samurai sword and a toolbox with tools inside between Dec. 25 and 7 a.m. Sunday. The value of the stolen items was $2,030.

• David Weeks, of 12th Court Southeast, reported a thief stole a Giant Katana bicycle from his back porch Sunday. The value of the stolen bicycle was $350. Weeks gave sheriff’s deputies the name of a female suspect.

• Robert Nelson, of J.O. Stewart Road, reported a thief pried open his front door and stole a Gateway computer, a Samsung 52-inch television and a microwave between 7:30 a.m. and 7:10 p.m. Friday. The value of the stolen items was $3,030.

• Leroy Bostick, of Tree Farm Road, reported a thief stole a refrigerator, a stove, a washing machine and a microwave between 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Friday. The value of the stolen items was $2,400.

• Randall Wilson, of 31st Avenue Northeast, reported a thief stole a Ford Escort between 9 p.m. Thursday and 10 a.m. Friday. The value of the stolen car was $1,000.

• William Braswell, of Highway 319 North, reported a thief stole a smut pot with diesel fuel in it from his barn between 2 p.m. Thursday and 9:49 a.m. Friday. The value of the stolen pot was about $100.



Arrests:

Moultrie Police

• Silbano Gutierrez, 51, of 106 South Ave., Lot 9, in Sparks, was charged Sunday with simple battery (family violence).

• Mark Salinas, 24, of 605 Fifth Ave. S.E., was charged Friday with DUI, driving without a license and failure to yield while turning left.

• Two juvenile boys were each charged Friday with theft by shoplifting. They allegedly tried to steal an air pistol and air cartridges, valued at $69, from Wal-Mart on South Veterans Parkway.

• Chelsea Arnaz Whitaker, 32, of 505 First Ave. S.W., was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct.

• Adrian Royce Whitaker, 35, of 505 First Ave. S.W., was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct.

• James Derek Nolin, 37, of 290 Sam Harrell Road, was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct (second offense).

• Cedric Jerrod Butts, 20, of 615 1/2 Third Ave. S.W., was charged Friday with obstruction and probation violation.

• Jennifer Roney Kimbrel, 26, of 517 Marshall Drive, was charged Saturday with DUI and failure to maintain lane.



Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Shamiara Lasha Brown, 17, of 143 N. Leary Road, was charged Jan. 26 with two counts of making a false report of a crime.

• Jason Bernard Larkin, 26, of 1591 Highway 33 S., Lot 2, in Coolidge, was charged Wednesday with possession of a controlled substance and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.



Berlin Police

• Marcus Alonzo Haywood, 29, of 1215 12th St. S.W., was charged Friday with disorderly conduct.



Other Incidents:

Moultrie Police

• Officers responded to Third Avenue Northwest Sunday about gunshots being fired. Officers found someone shot out the windshield, rear window, a passenger window and shot the body of a Chevrolet Caprice several times. A T-shirt with blood on it was also found, but officers could not find anyone who may have been shot in the incident.



Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Jennifer Ricks reported a male acquaintance took the title to her Ford Explorer ands put his name on it between July 8 and 2:30 p.m. Thursday.

• Pam Plymel, of Norman Estates, reported two dogs attacked her dog, causing several puncture wounds and bite marks, Friday.

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