A customer allegedly attacked a clerk at Jai’s Country Corner on Hwy. 106 when she refused to sell him alcohol without a driver’s license.
The man allegedly tried to pull her over the counter, then took off his belt and ordered her to give him all the money from the register. When she told him she was calling 9-1-1 he allegedly fled, knocking items off the counter.
Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office recently included:
•A woman on Loop Road reported that someone came on to her property with a horse, and that the horse defecated in her driveway. The woman said she has a TPO against her neighbors and that they are the only ones on Loop Road with horses.
•A man on Hwy. 98 West reported that his truck had been stolen from his residence while he was gone over the weekend.
•A woman on Hwy. 29 South reported that an old boyfriend of hers had come to her mother’s trailer and pushed her down in the hallway. He also cut the left front tire of her car as he left. She said she did not want to press charges but only wanted him to leave “and stay gone.”
•A man reported that his ATV was stolen from a location on River Road. He said he had had the vehicle chained to a tree and that the lock and chain were also missing.
•A woman on Kincaid Cemetery Road reported that some tools left there by a worker, including shovels, a wheel barrow and a water cooler, had been taken from her yard.
•A man on Colbert-Danielsville Road reported that copper tubing had been stolen from his a/c unit and from a propane tank to the stove in the house.
•A woman on Project Street reported that someone had pried open her back door and entered her house while her daughter was asleep in a back bedroom and took a rifle, revolver and some old coins.
•Cameras were reportedly stolen from a vehicle parked in a driveway on West Briarwood Drive.
•A forged check was reported at Madison County Hardware.
•A man on Veterans Drive reported that someone broke into his residence while he was gone and stole his medications and $300 in cash from his bedroom.
•Harassing phone calls were reported on Buddy Moore Road last week. A woman went to the sheriff’s office to report that her brother-in-law had been harassing her by text message since she wouldn’t let him pick up his daughter because he was intoxicated.
•A woman on Piedmont Park Road reported that a man dressed in all black and wearing a black mask tried to break into her van in her yard. When she went outside, she said the suspect ran into the woods behind her residence. A search of the area by officers didn’t turn up anyone.
•A man on River Road reported that someone broke into his storage trailer. He said this is the second time in less than two months that this has happened.
•A man on Hwy. 174 reported that three guns, two pistols and a rifle had been stolen from his home sometime in the last week.
•A man on Bryant Drive reported that someone stole a pistol from under the front seat of his truck while it was parked in his yard overnight. The driver’s side door of the truck was unlocked.
•Two residents of Dove Circle reported that their trucks had been entered. A GPS and cologne were taken from one truck, while a wallet, debit cards, driver’s license, iPod and GPS were taken from the other truck. The wallet was later found by a woman walking along Spratlin Way.
•A woman on Chambers Lane reported that a man has been texting her young son. She said she was afraid for her son’s safety.
•Burglary was reported at a storage unit at AQAP Storage on Pine Street.
•Criminal trespass was reported on Cherokee Road last week after a man reported that a bullet had been shot through the window of his mobile home. Target practice had been going on almost all day over ½ mile from the residence.
•A man on Paoli Road reported that his lawn mower had been stolen while he went inside to take a 15-minute break. The man said the lawn mower actually belonged to a man known only as “River Bob.”
•A man on Hwy. 98 East reported that a woman he considers a friend arrived at his house to try to sell him some pills. When he told her she needed to leave she allegedly became irate and struck him. The officer noted that he had a small scratch between his eyes.
•Harassing phone calls were reported on Paoli Road when a man said his ex-girlfriend and her husband had been calling him repeatedly telling him to leave her alone. The husband told him to “leave her alone” or he would come over to his residence to fight. He said he has not had any contact with the woman.
•A go-cart was allegedly stolen from a home on Hwy. 191.