Jeremy Morgan, no age or address reported, returned to his vehicle in the Walmart parking lot Sunday to find an unknown woman going through the glove compartment. When confronted, she walked back into the store and could not be located. A PSP game was found missing from the vehicle.
Officers were called to Calcutta Towing to check paperwork presented by Tira Douglas, no age or address reported, who was reportedly attempting to have a impounded vehicle released. She had produced a notarized release from the owner, Tina Coles. However, officers advised Douglas that Coles is currently incarcerated and that it was unlikely she had signed the release in the notary's presence. Douglas reportedly admitted she had signed the release in front of the notary to keep a man she knows from getting the vehicle. Douglas was warned that she needs Coles' legitimate release to get the car and that she could cost the notary her license as well as face forgery charges for her actions.
Called to Taco Bell for a disturbance at the drive-up window, officers stopped a car matching the description of the one given by employees. The driver, Tina Coles, no age or address reported, was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant and turned over to the sheriff's department.
A Mr. Winterburn on South Street reported two firearms missing from his home, noting there was no sign of forced entry.
Ronald E. Pease, address not listed, reported his debit card account accessed and used for several transactions in New York.