A Hull resident reported that his Oak Bend Drive home was “severely ransacked” recently and robbed of more than $13,000 worth of items, including cash, clothing, firearms, jewelry and electronics.
According to the incident report, the homeowner returned home from work to find his front door had been kicked in.
A witness reportedly told deputies that he saw a suspicious vehicle in the area earlier in the day. This vehicle was described as a white, long wheel base truck, possibly a Chevrolet, with a ball hitch on the end of it. The vehicle also had what appeared to be a plastic type bag on the tag in an apparent attempt to cover it up. The driver was described as a white male in his mid to upper thirties.
In another incident, a deputy was dispatched to the CVS in Hull last week after two women reported they had been threatened by someone.
According to the incident report, the male offender had left the scene when the deputy arrived, but one of the victims reported that she, her two children and her sister had come to the CVS to meet her sister’s boyfriend, when the sister’s ex-boyfriend showed up. According to the report, the ex-boyfriend began to cuss and threaten the women, running after their car. He also stated that he would kick his ex-girlfriends @#% and kill her. When the woman asked him to stop because she had her two children with her, the man reportedly came to the driver’s side and pulled a knife out of his pocket, also threatening to kill her and her kids.
The women then drove away and called 911. They also reported that he has assaulted the ex-girlfriend in the past and threatened “to kill her whole family.” Both victims were explained the Temporary Protection Order and warrant processes.
In another incident, an elderly lady on Harry Paul Road reported that two white males came to her door last week, stating that they were surveying the property next door to her. They then reportedly asked her if she could walk down to the creek and show them where the property starts, when she stated she couldn’t, they reportedly told her they owed her $50 due to an “incorrect survey” and asked her if she had change for a $100 bill. She told the men they didn’t “owe her a thing” and that she was going to call her daughter. She went to the phone and when she returned to the door, the men had vanished. The woman stated she wanted to file a report so no one else would be taken in by the suspected scam.
Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office recently included:
•A golf cart valued at $2,000 was reportedly stolen from Sunrise Golf Course in Colbert.
•Burglary was reported on Jack Sharp Road.
•Forgery in the first degree was reported on South Main Street in Ila.
•Mailboxes were damaged or destroyed on Hwy. 29 North.
•Harassing phone calls were reported on Noble Road in Carlton.
•Criminal trespass was reported on Arnolds Bottom Road at Hill Morris Road.
•Theft by taking was reported on Colbert-Danielsville Road.
•Burglary was reported on Sanford Nicholson Road.
•Burglary was reported on Bedford Drive.
•Terroristic threats and acts were reported on Hwy. 106 South.
•Criminal damage to property was reported on Colbert-Danielsville Road.
•Terroristic threats and acts were reported on House Holloway Road.
•Harassing phone calls were reported on Buford Carey Road.
•Criminal trespass was reported on Moons Grove Church Road.
•Burglary was reported on Hwy. 174.
•DUI/alcohol was reported on Hwy. 29 at Joe Graham Road.
•Simple battery was reported on Stone Ridge Road.
•Burglary was reported on Bullock Mill Road.
•Entering auto was reported on Allen Road in Ila.
•Driving while license suspended or revoked was reported on Woodale Street.
•Criminal trespass was reported on Woodale Street.
•DUI/alcohol was reported on Hwy. 72 West.
•Theft by taking was reported on Hudson Rivers Church Road.
•Battery FVA was reported on Wildcat Bridge Road.
•Domestic disputes were reported on Hwy. 72, Acorn Road, McCarty Dodd Road, Sawdust Road and Sandy Springs Road.