MOULTRIE — There were at least 12 reports of criminal activity in Moultrie and Colquitt County over the weekend, ranging from dog theft to vandalism. They included:

• Jimmy Owens, of 11th Street Southeast, reported someone stole a pit bull dog from his residence Sunday. The value of the stolen dog was approximately $100.

• William Croft reported two unknown persons damaged a fence at Colquitt County Electric on Talmadge Drive and broke out a window and stole a company-owned Dodge Ram 1500 truck from Sunday. Damage to the fence and window and the value of the stolen vehicle was unknown at the time of report.

• Tracy Dabney reported a known male customer attempted to use a counterfeit $20 bill to make a purchase at McDonald’s on First Avenue Southeast Sunday. The officer spoke with the male customer, and he stated he did not know where the counterfeit bill came from. The counterfeit bill was collected as evidence by the Moultrie Police Department.

• William Barlow, of Hallmark Drive, reported someone attempted to kick in a door at his residence, damaging the door frame, Sunday. Total damage was unknown at the time of report.

• Roberto Delao, of 15th Street Southeast, reported an unknown person stole an Emerson 14-inch television, an RCA portable CD player, 25 Spanish CD’s from his residence Wednesday and stole four pairs of jeans and two blankets from his residence Saturday. The total value of the stolen items from both incidents was $510.

• Sarah Pugliese, of Eighth Avenue Southeast, reported someone fired a gunshot outside of her residence Saturday. She stated she was too scared to look out of a window following the gunshot, so no information on a suspect was available.

• Clara Spradley, of Sixth Avenue Southeast, reported an unknown person stole an Escape 10-speed bicycle and a 10-speed bicycle from her front yard Friday. The total value of the stolen bicycles was $300.

• Natasha Anderson, of Joe Louis Avenue, reported a thief forced open a door of her residence, damaging the door frame, and stole a Louis Vitton purse between 6 p.m. Thursday and 3:14 p.m. Friday. Damage to the door frame and the value of the stolen purse was $500.

• David Williams, of Gene McQueen Road, reported someone stole a chainsaw from his shop between 7 p.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday. The value of the stolen chainsaw was $400.

• Guadalupe Serda, of Highway 319 North in Norman Park, reported a roof from a nearby building was blown off and landed on top of his GMC Sierra truck between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday. The roof of the truck only had minor damage to it, but the cost to repair the truck was unknown at the time of report.

• Consandra Powell reported a male relative hit her 9-year-old son with a plastic sword after the boy urinated in a bed while staying with the male relative in Panama City Beach, Fla. Sunday. The boy had superficial wounds caused by the plastic sword.

• Brad Curles, of Paul Murphy Road, reported a male relative stole a Kawasaki 12-horsepower lawn mower engine from his residence between 10:30 a.m. and 7:56 p.m. Friday. The value of the stolen engine was $200.

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