A man on Fowler Freeman Road called 9-1-1 recently after his wife reportedly threatened to have him jailed following a domestic dispute at their home.
The man said that during the argument, his wife threw a wine bottle at him, missing and in retaliation he threw a Febreze spray bottle at her, but he also missed. He said his wife then left the residence, telling him that he would “be in jail by the end of the night.”
He decided to call 9-1-1 so a report would be on file.
Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office recently included:
•A woman on Hwy. 29 South reported that her daughter stole her medication. She said her daughter no longer lives with her due to this. She said she needed a report so she can have her meds refilled.
•A man working on a house under construction on Adams Clarke Road reported that he found the front door to the home open and a Graco paint sprayer, 15 gallons of paint, a ceiling fan and a towel rack missing.
•Someone struck and damaged the Ila Restaurant sign in Ila. A witness stated a dark-haired woman driving a red SUV hit the sign and kept going.
•A woman on Eugene Hardman Road reported that someone she knows took her 2003 tan Honda Odyssey without her permission and has not returned it, despite being contacted several times.
•A man reported that a vehicle he took for repairs to a location on Billy Dillard Road had been sold to someone in Pinewood Mobile Home Park without his permission. The person in possession of the vehicle refused to return it and produced a bill of sale from the mechanic.
•A man on Madison Oaks Drive reported that someone stole his 38 Special handgun from a drawer in his bedside table while he was gone to the doctor.
•Attempted burglary was reported at Carlton City Hall.
•Two roommates on Adams Clarke Road reported that they believe their landlord has been going through their rental residence and opening their delivered packages since they moved in two months ago. They stated that the residence cannot be locked because the keys their landlord gave them do not work. The landlord was told by the deputy to stay out of the residence.
•A man on Jack Sharp Road reported that someone entered his residence through a back door and stole his shotgun.
•A man on Pine Street reported that his father had taken his truck without his permission. He said he just wanted his truck back because it has canceled registration and no insurance.
•A man on Kathleen Court reported that since an altercation with his neighbors, they have been leaving trash and notes on his fence at the beginning of his driveway.
•A man on Hwy. 29 South reported that someone took two firearms and a tactical vest from his home.
•A man on Hwy. 98 West reported that someone attempted to break into a building by breaking through an opening in the chain link fence and attempted to pry the metal bars off a rear window.
•A woman and her father on Hwy. 98 East reported that said that her ex-boyfriend has been stalking her by parking on the father’s land and watching her, calling her incessantly and putting comments on Facebook.
•A man on Hwy. 72 East reported that someone set fire to a camper at a hunting campsite.
•A man on Aderhold Rogers Road reported that someone broke into his unfinished home and stole construction tools.
•A man on Bishop Carey Road reported that his girlfriend stole several items from him, including the tag that belongs to his van.
•A man on Sorrow Patterson Road reported that his brother ran over his satellite dish and struck the side of his house with his vehicle. The brother said the reason this happened was because his nephew jumped into his truck while he was driving and started hitting and kicking him. The brother said he would pay for the damages and no charges were filed.