Local law enforcement agencies responded to reports of burglaries, fire and other incidents over the weekend.
According to an incident report filed at the Tifton Police Department, officer Freddy Amaya reported early Saturday morning that he was sent to Star Games and Electronics on Bellview Avenue due to several hang-up calls. When he arrived on scene, he discovered that the front door window was broken and forced entry had been made through the door with a large rock.
Amaya stated in the report that other officers arrived on scene and checked the surrounding of the business. The key holder was contacted. He told police that two Xbox 360 game systems were stolen.
In other unrelated cases:
• A man reported Sunday that his sons witnessed two white males around a cotton module, which was found to be on fire shortly after the two subjects left. According to the report, the incident location was on Union Road.
• A man who lives on Copeland Road reported Sunday that he found his 1990 Massey Ferguson tractor burned. He told police that he went to use the tractor and noticed that it had caught fire and was completely burned. He stated that he believes the fire may have started due to mechanical problems.
• A woman reported Friday that while in the 1000 block of Prince Avenue, someone entered her unlocked vehicle and took a Garmin GPS system. She told police that she discovered the glove box open and all of the contents were pulled out. The center console was also found open with the contents pulled out.
• A woman who lives in the 100 block of Lawson Court reported Saturday that someone entered her residence and took her television.
• A woman who lives in the 200 block of Goff Street reported Monday that she discovered her bedroom window broken upon arriving home. She reported that the window screen was removed. No items were stolen from the residence.
• A man who lives in the 6000 block of Lake Shore Drive reported Thursday that he awoke to find that three of his vehicles in his backyard had their gas cap covers opened by someone who was apparently trying to steal gas. The report states that no gas was taken from the vehicles.
To contact reporter Latasha Everson, call 382-4321.