An unidentified suspect fired a pellet or bb gun at a Barrow County school bus while students were on board.
The bus was travelling near 274 Oak Ridge in Auburn on Jan. 15 when someone shot the rear window of the bus.
Neither the bus driver nor any of the students saw the shooter. No one was injured.
Authorities searched the area, but were unable to locate the perpetrator.
Other recent incidents investigated by Auburn Police include:
• identity theft on Elkgrove Drive. A woman reported that three unauthorized transactions totaling approximately $400 had been made using her bank account.
• neighborhood complaint on Hilltop Circle. Two women accused each other of threats and name calling during an argument about their dogs.
• harassing phone calls on Carl Cedar Hill Road. A man called police after receiving a phone call and two text messages from a woman he has a no-contact bond against. The woman claimed she was trying to retrieve a medical device she left at the man’s residence.
• possibly burglary on River Glen Road. A homeowner noticed that a window appeared to have been forced open, but no items were missing from the residence.
• shoplifting on Atlanta Highway. An unidentified female stole a box of BC headache powder from the Kangaroo store.
• domestic dispute on Willow Gate Way. A neighbor called police after hearing the couple next door arguing. The couple advised police the dispute was not physical in nature and concerned the couple’s financial problems.
• harassing phone calls on Elkgrove Drive. A man reported receiving harassing and threatening phone calls from a co-worker.
• forgery on Atlanta Highway. A woman used a check to purchase a pizza, ribs and drink for takeout. Later, the woman contacted the store in an attempt to get a cash refund for the meal claiming there was a hair in her food. The owner became suspicious and called the bank to verify that the check was valid. The bank advised the account had been closed.
• criminal trespass on Dandelion Lane. A homeowner called police after a man abandoned his vehicle in the front yard of the residence. The vehicle owner later returned and said he ran off the road the previous night and decided to wait until daylight to get his vehicle. The officer discovered a 40-oz. beer bottle near the vehicle. No further action was taken.
• domestic dispute on Mount Moriah Road. A man claimed his girlfriend was using meth and had slapped him. The girlfriend claimed the man had charged at her when she said she wanted to leave him. The parties were separated.
• criminal trespass on Carter Road. A man called police after discovering the driver’s side door lock on his vehicle had been broken.