Pine Shadow home ran­sacked

The Covington News - - CRIME - DANIELLE EVER­SON deverson@cov­news.com

A deputy re­sponded to a call at a home on Pine Shadow Cir­cle on Wed­nes­day at 11:47 a.m. af­ter a man re­ported that he saw three black males in a Gold Toy­ota Camry in his cousin’s drive­way. The man said the first time he passed by the home, the garage door of the house was closed.

When the man passed the house again leav­ing the sub­di­vi­sion, he ob­served the garage door had been opened and the men were leav­ing the house. The man said he be­lieved he knew the man in the front pas­sen­ger seat, but he was un­sure about the rear pas­sen­ger. He de­scribed the other pas­sen­ger as hav­ing dread­locks.

The deputy ob­served the home and saw that the front door had been kicked in, pa­pers were thrown over the floors in the kitchen and shelves in the master bed­room had been torn down.

A Pana­sonic flat screen tele­vi­sion, a LG flat screen tele­vi­sion and a Hewlett Packard lap­top com­puter were miss­ing from the home. The home­owner did not have the se­rial num­bers for any of the items. The to­tal value of the stolen items was an es­ti­mated $2,100.

Hunt­ing sea­son

A man re­ported that his shot­gun and hunt­ing sup­plies were stolen from his home af­ter he left for a cou­ple of hours on Wed­nes­day.

A deputy with the NCSO re­sponded to a home on Avery Drive on Wed­nes­day around 1 p.m. in ref­er­ence to a bur­glary.

The man said he left his home around 10 a.m. and locked all the doors. When he re­turned to his home around 1p.m., he found the house was a mess and the back door was open.

The deputy en­tered the house and no­ticed a closet of shot­gun and hunt­ing sup­plies had been gone through. The dressers in the chil­dren’s bed­rooms had also been looked through.

Ac­cord­ing to the report, a Rem­ing­ton .308 Sim­mons scope ri­fle, JVC cam­corder, a Proscan 47 in. tele­vi­sion and a Taurus .380 laser at­tach­ment were stolen. The value of the items was about $2,000.

Mark­ing ter­ri­tory

A woman re­ported to the NCSO that she was tired of her neigh­bor’s dog re­liev­ing him­self in her yard. Ac­cord­ing to a report from the NCSO, a deputy re­sponded to a home lo­cated at Wood­land Ridge Cir­cle in re­sponse to an an­i­mal prob­lem.

A woman told the deputy that for the past six months her neigh­bor’s dog has come to her yard and re­lieved him­self. The woman said she has told her neigh­bor on sev­eral oc­ca­sions to keep her dog off of her prop­erty and that other peo­ple in the neigh­bor­hood have com­plained about the dog. She said the owner of the pet has re­fused to keep the dog on her own prop­erty. The woman said on Wed­nes­day, she had a trap in her front yard for the dog and the neigh­bor took this as a threat. The woman said the neigh­bor shook a garden rake at her and said if she was try­ing to trap her dog she would start to see things hap­pen at her house. The woman took this as a threat and called po­lice.

The deputy went to the neigh­bor house to get her side of the story, but she would not open the door. The deputy ran tag num­bers on the ve­hi­cles in the drive­way for the report. The woman said she wanted to file the report in case the neigh­bor came back and made threats with the rake.

Re­fuses treat­ment

A woman was ar­rested at the New­ton Med­i­cal Cen­ter af­ter she be­came un­co­op­er­a­tive while be­ing treated. A report from the Cov­ing­ton Po­lice De­part­ment said of­fi­cers were dis­patched to the hospi­tal at least three times on Thurs­day morn­ing just be­fore 5 a.m. in ref­er­ence to a pa­tient be­ing com­bat­ive. The third time of­fi­cers were called the woman was be­ing un­co­op­er­a­tive in the am­bu­lance and had to be re­turned to the hospi­tal where she con­tin­ued hit one of the work­ers and had to be re­strained. She was taken to the New­ton County Jail and charged with dis­or­derly con­duct.

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