The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:
BURGLARY: On Sept. 12, Deputy Guy Brown was dispatched to a location on the 3000 block of Greensboro Highway, Watkinsville, where thieves entered a warehouse and stole about $10,000 in tools, including a new Honda-powered wood splitter and two chain saws. The thieves pried a lock off to gain entrance to the building.
BURGLARY: On Sept. 15, a resident of Ruth Jackson Road, Bogart, reported someone entered his storage building and stole more than $5,000 worth of tools, including lawn maintenance equipment, chain saws, drills, various power saws and wood working tools. The man’s work truck was also entered.
SHOPLIFTING: On Sept. 11, Deputy Guy Brown was dispatched to Walmart, where a loss prevention officer had detained two women trying to leave with a pair of shoes. Mikeshia Charmaine Mobley, 24, of Monroe, and Laquisha Tuggle, 24, of Social Circle, were both charged with shoplifting.
PHONE STOLEN: On Sept. 12, Deputy Josh Elrod was dispatched to a store at Epps Bridge Centre, where a 20-year-old Athens woman said she was stocking a shelf and placed her cellphone in a buggy. When she returned later, the Apple iPhone was gone.
MAN ARRESTED: On Sept. 12, Sgt. Clark Sparrow was dispatched to a disturbance on Elder Heights Drive, where Andrew Evan Moon was reported to be intoxicated and unruly. When the deputy arrived, Moon ran into the woods, but Sparrow chased and caught up to the man, who surrendered when Sparrow offered to stun him with a Taser gun. On the way to jail, Moon accused the deputy of using excessive force against him and warned him what he would do if he weren’t in handcuffs. Moon, 26, was charged with obstruction and hindering a person making a 911 emergency call.
DEER STAND MISSING: On Sept. 12, Deputy Stephen Shaffer was dispatched to 1351 Overlook Ridge, where a man reported a deer stand valued at $69 had been stolen.
COMPUTER MISSING: On Sept. 13, deputies were called to Black Oak Drive, where an 18-year-old Kennesaw woman reported someone at this location stole her Mac Book Pro 13 valued at $1,700. A number of people were at the apartment and she didn’t know all of them. A suspect has not been identified.
FRAUD: On Sept. 14, a resident of Flat Rock Road, Watkinsville, reported that he received a telephone call from a man saying he was with Microsoft and could help him with a computer problem. The man said he provided the man with his driver’s license number, debit card number and other personal information. He learned later the debit card had been used for fraudulent charges and that he had been the victim of a scam.
TV OFF: On Sept. 15, a resident of Old Farm Road reported he came home from work and decided to watch TV, but nothing came on so he called his provider AT&T. An employee there told him to check his box as a lot of customers had reported that their wiring had been cut. The man checked the exterior box and found that some wiring had indeed been cut.
THEFT: On Sept. 16, a Watkinsville woman reported the theft of a Coca Cola thermometer sign at a location off Hardigree Bell Road. The thermometer, a Hobby Lobby reproduction, was valued at $13.