Burglars took cash, checks and jewelry from an Owens Circle, Bethlehem, resident earlier this month, according to an incident report filed at the Barrow County Sheriff’s Office.
The burglars reportedly broke a window and entered the home. The homeowners were out of town and the break-in was reported by their son.
Other incidents reported to the Barrow County Sheriff’s Office this month include the following:
•an employee at a Loganville Hwy., Bethlehem, store said a man stole a bottle of beer. She reported seeing him put it under his shirt. The man was questioned outside the store and admitted to taking the beer. He was arrested for theft.
•a Hillview Way, Winder, man said someone stole his wallet.
•simple assault at a Beau Court, Winder, residence during a dispute involving several people.
•a Winder man said someone he knows threatened him.
•an Auburn man said a neighbor threw a rock at his mother’s car and damaged it.
•a Hill Dale Drive, Winder, man said a neighbor’s dog keeps jumping over his fence and coming onto his property.
•an Atlanta man said a woman in Auburn who he used to work with has committee fraud against him.
•an employee at a Christmas Avenue, Bethlehem store, said a man put two bottles of Mountain Dew in his shorts and left without paying for them.
•a 12-pack of Pepsi stolen by a man at a Christmas Avenue, Winder, store.
•disorderly conduct during a domestic dispute between a couple at a Browns Bridge Road, Auburn, residence.
•a Lisa Circle, Winder, resident said people have been jumping the fence at the subdivision pool and damaging the property. The pool lining has been damaged several times and a deck chair has been broken.
•financial transaction card fraud against a Rainbow Lane, Winder, woman’s son. She said someone has filled out a credit card application in her 6-year-old son’s name.
•a Nunnally Road, Winder, man said someone broke into his truck. Nothing was taken but he estimates the damage at totaling $500.
•a Georgetown Drive, Winder, woman said someone took $500 and a pair of blue jeans from her son’s vehicle.