Local law enforcement agencies responded to several incidents over the weekend and early this week, including an armed robbery, several entering of automobiles and other incidents.
According to an incident report filed at the Tift County Sheriff’s Office, a man reported Sunday morning that two subjects armed with weapons took several items from him, including his vehicle, a 2000 green Nissan Xterra, while in the area of Enigma-Turner Church Road.
In another matter, Tifton police officers found several automobiles’ doors open in the following areas Sunday: Belmont Avenue, Tyson Avenue, Sixth Street, Davis Avenue, Elm Street and Eighth Street. Many of the owners reported that nothing appeared missing at the time and that the vehicles were left unsecured.
According to the reports, officers discovered that with most of the vehicles, someone went through the glove box and center console, leaving items scattered throughout the vehicles.
One man who lives in the 800 block of Belmont Avenue reported that $50 was stolen from his glove box. An officer reported that one vehicle, located in the 800 block of Tyson Avenue, was entered by someone pushing a vent window open. The radio was reported missing.
In other unrelated cases:
• A pregnant woman reported Monday that she was walking through Peterson Apartments on Timmons Drive when a male subject approached her and began grabbing her by the arms and neck area, calling her vulgar names. She told police that she was able to get away from the offender when a person approached them. The report states that the woman had no visible injuries and refused medical treatment at the scene.
• A man reported Sunday that his employee took company property at Lairsey’s Auto Services Center on Highway 41 South and converted it to his own use by selling it. The report states that Joe Nathan Brown, 56, 355 E. Washington St., was charged with theft by conversion and disorderly conduct.
• A woman who lives in the 1100 block of South College Avenue reported Sunday that someone entered her home through the window on the east side of her residence by removing the window unit. She told police that an upright freezer was stolen, as well as the window unit.
• A man reported Monday that a black male and female entered a store, GT Point on South Ridge Avenue, and possibly stole from the gambling machines in the back of the store. He told police that the subjects pried off the back of two machines and then removed $1,545 in cash. The report states that there were no tool marks on the machines. The man reported that the subjects left in a black Nissan sedan.
• A man with the Locker Room on Brumby Way reported Sunday that someone took a bank bag containing $1,200 from the business, as well as 55 tickets (totaling $825) for an event.
• A man reported Saturday that while in the 2700 block of South Ridge Avenue, he had a black male point a gun at him.
• A woman who lives in the 300 block of Old Omega Road reported Sunday that someone threw a small brick through a window on the side of the residence, causing it to break.
To contact reporter Latasha Everson, call 382-4321.