Deputies responded to the 700 block of Lower Glass Bridge Road in reference to a burglary where a woman reported a Dell laptop valued at $200 stolen as well as a Walther p22 firearm valued at $300 and costume jewelry.
Police responded to the 400 block of Miller Street in reference to a burglary. The residents reported that someone stole $100 from a make-up bag as well as knocked items on the floor including a PlayStation 3 and a tray full of change.
A man from the 500 block of Ralls Road reported that someone stole his WiiU Nintendo valued at $400 and a Spongebob video game valued at $40.
A man from the 100 block of Harmon Road reported that someone siphoned 10 gallons of gas from two parked vehicles in his yard and damaged both vehicles.
A woman on the 500 block of Upper Glass Ridge Road reported someone broke into her car and stole a Coach purse and wallet, an iphone 5, headphones and assorted bank and identity cards.
Police responded to the 100 block of White Oak Drive where a woman reported that someone cut wires to her A/C unit and stole the unit.
A woman from the 3800 block of Bartley Road reported prescription drugs stolen. These drugs were Oxycodone, Ambien and Ativan.
A woman reported that she left her wallet at Walmart on New Franklin Road. When she went to retrieve it, it was found that the woman who turned it in stole $200.
A man from the 400 block of Merrybrook Drive reported that someone broke into his Honda Accord and stole a Pioneer stereo valued at $80 and two Kickers speakers valued at $100 each.
A man from the 200 block of North Lee Street reported that someone broke into his Chevy Avalanche and stole his wallet which contained $120 and bank cards.
A man reported that while at the tennis courts in the 200 block of Hunnicutt, someone stole his iphone 4s valued at $500 and his wallet with three credit cards.
An employee of Shell Mart on Vernon Street reported that man stole $66.20 worth of gas with an invalid credit card and drove off.
Criminal Trespassing/Criminal Damages
Police responded to the 200 block of Thomas Street where a dispute resulted in a brick being thrown at a Kia Forte and an object being thrown into the front window of the house.
A man from the 900 block of Hamilton Road reported that someone flattened the front two tires on his Mercedes Benz S500.
A woman from the 200 block of Ben Hill Street reported that someone keyed the side of her Toyota Rav4. Damages is estimated to be less than $500.
Police responded to the 900 block of Broad Street where a man reported that someone has been using his credit card and spent approximately $7,000-10,000 with it.
Christine Lawson, 38, of LaGrange was arrested on charges of possession of cocaine after she was pulled over on Greenwood Street and police found a glass smoking device with trace amount of cocaine inside.
Vernon Hutcherson, 47, of LaGrange was arrested in the charges of battery under the family violence act where he allegedly physically attacked his wife, causing several injuries.
Kenneth Abner, 45, of LaGrange was arrested at Walmart on New Franklin where he allegedly stole $225 worth of merchandise.
Chandra Tenney, 35, of LaGrange was arrested at Walmart on New Franklin after allegedly stealing $105 of DVD’s and a $15 cardigan.
Christopher Murphey, 26 and Dustin Irvin, 25, of LaGrange were arrested at Walmart on New Franklin Road where they allegedly stole over $93 worth of assorted items.
Dennis Cornett, 55, of LaGrange was arrested at Walmart on New Franklin Road after walking out with a shopping cart with $75 worth of groceries. Cornett told police he was tired of waiting in line.
Linda Robertson, 48, of LaGrange was arrested at Walmart on New Franklin Road where she allegedly stole $76 of assorted items.
Teericka Cofer, 19, of LaGrange was arrested at Walmart on New Frankling Road on two citations, one for shoplifting and one for possession. Cofer allegedly stole $54.69 of makeup and had less than an ounce of marijuana on her.
Chapiel Dunson, 24, of LaGrange was arrested at Walmart on New Franklin Road where she allegedly stole $67.16 worth of baby care items.