Kelly Appliance & Vacuum 931-244-7200
D.E. Hill & Son 762-9584
J & G Tire Center 931-762-0078
ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING
Rick's Electrical & Plumbing 931-242-5325
Lynn Electronics 762-0401
ESCAVATING / GRADING
Newton Backhoe Service 931-242-0305
Lawrenceburg Glass 766-1004
Salt Glow 931-279-4780
Dixon's Fine Jewelry 762-9979
NATURAL FOODSNature's Nuggests 762-2895
Randy's Cycle & ATV 762-2450
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Mo's Pawn Shop 762-2529
By Pass Pools 931-762-7904
Fox Sporting Goods 931-766-0313
Envy Tanning & Spa 931-762-3689
Groucho's Tires 931-762-1707
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Thursday Crime Report
Police officers were dispatched to an Oak Street home on Thursday where the resident reported that several of his belongings had gone missing. He said that he had given a woman a key to his home and allowed her to stay there while he was away. He said he believed that she had stolen the items. Missing were firearms, a sword, machete, knives, camcorders, a tent and a guitar. Altogether, the items were said to be worth $1,500.
A twenty-four year old victim reported to officers Wednesday tat someone had stolen the license plate off of her 2003 Nissan Xterra. Loss was $49.
A resident of Deller Street filed a complaint with police officers Sunday, indicating that someone had broken a window in the north side of the residence and that the window screen was pulled back from the outside. Damages totaled $200.
Prescription medications valued at $100 were reported stolen from a Whipporwill Drive home overnight Saturday. The victim reported that a back door had been left unsecured at the time.
Vandals pelted metal doors on a Clayton Street outbuilding with BBs, causing damages of around $100. The victim reported the matter to police officers Sunday morning.
A Madison, Tennessee resident filed a complaint with police officers last week after his 1995 BMW 325i was stolen from beneath an unsecured awning behind a Hayes Street home, since he last saw it in early December.
A Claymar Drive resident experienced a loss of more than $750 when her debit card was stolen. She said the theft occurred sometime around February 1. She said that she had contacted her bank and learned that there were twelve fraudulent transactions made against her account.
Sheriff's deputies responded to a Beeler Road address Sunday where a black 5'8" tilt trailer with a new safety chain on the tongue and a pulley with rope, had been stolen. The trailer was worth around $600. Another deputy later reported that he had been serving a warrant at home on Whipporwill Drive when he noticed a trailer matching that description. Deputies were unable to make contact with anyone at the home, but were continuing to investigate the matter.
Deputies were called to a North Chisholm Road home last week. A resident reported that she and her husband had been away from home for a doctor's appointment two days prior, and that during that time someone stole her blue Merley Australian Shepherd from her fence back yard.
Overnight Sunday, an Iron City resident reported that someone had burglarized her 2005 Kia Rio. A duffle bag containing clothes and tools valued at $300 was stolen. The front driver side window had been busted along with the rear passenger side window. Damages totaled another $500.