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
EXCAVATING / GRADING
Newton Backhoe Service 931-242-0305
Lawrenceburg Glass 766-1004
Salt Glow 931-279-4780
Aarons Insurance 931-629-8065
Baker Agency 762-4550
Wall-Modrall Insurance 762-6528
Dixon's Fine Jewelry 762-9979
NATURAL FOODSNature's Nuggests 762-2895
Randy's Cycle & ATV 762-2450
PARTY / SUPPLIES
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, March 2, 2017
Thursday Crime Report
A West Point resident reported to police officers Monday that she had given some people a ride to Pulaski and later discovered that her Phoenix Arms HP 25 handgun was missing. The gun has an estimated value of $300.
Hit & Run
A Liberty Avenue resident reported a hit and run incident to police officers Monday. He said that his neighbors had notified him that a vehicle had just hit his 1996 Toyota truck, but didn’t stop. The rear bumper sustained an estimated $500 worth of damage.
Deputies responded to a Lambs Ferry Road home in Loretto last week where the resident reported that the previous day she had inadvertently left her wallet on her car bumper and drove away. She said she returned that morning and began to walk along the roadway, searching for it. Eventually, she said she found her wallet wrapped in a newspaper that she doesn’t receive. One check was reported missing along with $152 in cash.
Residents of Buffalo Road in Ethridge reported to deputies that while they were away from home, someone had gone inside and broke into their safe. The safe was damaged and a Taurus pistol was missing along with $300 in cash. Loss and damages were estimated at $925.
Deputies were dispatched to investigate a theft incident at a Pattershack Road home in Leoma last week. The couple said that a tin box was stolen from their bedroom along with around $700 worth of silver coins and a man’s 1985 class ring. The victims suspect that the crime was committed by a relative. Altogether, they estimate their loss to be $1,130.
A relative is suspected of taking items from a Cotton Lane home. The victim was uncertain about how many items had been stolen, but said that he could tell that a Coleman lantern, Master Craft antifreeze, a bucket, and three gallons of gasoline were missing. The items had been taken from a garage.
A Waynesboro Highway resident reported that around $100 worth of damage was done when someone shot a window on her 2002 Ford Explorer. She said she had noticed the damage while walking her dog. The reporting deputy indicated that the damage appeared to have been made by a pellet or BB gun.
A Bulldog .44 Special revolver was reportedly stolen from inside of a Blooming Grove Road, Five Points home sometime between 8:00 p.m. Friday and 12:00 p.m. Saturday. The gun was kept in a holster beside the owner’s bed. The gun was valued at $500.
Deputies investigated the burglary of a shop building at a home on Five Points Road Monday evening. The victim said that he had come home from work to find a door to his shop open. The door lock had been cut and two spools of 12-2 gauge wire were missing. One was a full spool, the other was halfway full. The victim estimated loss at $450.