A woman on Buford Carey Road reported that her vehicle had been damaged.
Deputy Chris Guest responded to the scene, where he found the four-door Ford Escort had had both front tires slashed and the front windshield completely shattered. She also reported her keys missing. The victim stated that she believes her ex-boyfriend is responsible for the damage.
The incident remains under investigation.
In another incident, an Ila resident turned in a wallet containing a driver’s license, credit cards and $98 in cash to the Madison County Sheriff’s office. The owner, a Clarkesville man, was notified about his missing wallet and picked it up at the sheriff’s office.
Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office recently included:
•Speeding was reported on Hwy. 72 at Mimosa Drive in Colbert.
•Burglary was reported on Woodale Street in Hull.
•Burglary was reported on Cowart Toole Road.
•Theft by taking was reported on Young Harris Road.
•VGCSA was reported on Corinth Church Road.
•Driving without a license was reported on Garnett Ward Road.
•Theft by taking on Madison Street in Colbert.
•Driving while license suspended was reported on Norwood Road at Amberly Drive.
•Obstruction of officers was reported on Hwy. 98 West.
•Two incidents of theft by taking was reported on Hwy. 72 West.
•No proof of insurance was reported on Hwy. 98 at Crawford W. Long Street.
•Forgery in the second degree was reported on Hwy. 29 South near Hull.
•Theft of services was reported on Pine Valley Farm Road.
•Mailboxes were damaged or destroyed on Hudson Rivers Church Road.
•Theft by taking was reported on Hwy. 72 near Colbert.
•Driving without a license was reported on Hwy. 29 South near Hull.
•Harassing phone calls were reported on Long Peeples Road.
•Theft by taking was reported on Pine Valley Farm Road.
•Criminal damage to property was reported on Buford Carey Road.
•Criminal trespass was reported on Madison Boulevard in Colbert.
•Reckless conduct was reported on Neese Commerce Road.
•Burglary was reported on Bedford Drive in Hull
•Driving without a license was reported on Hwy. 29 South.