Tools stolen from Great Wolf Lodge

Published 6:15 am Friday, March 24, 2017

By Melanie Ruberti

Public Safety Reports

Burglars broke into a West Georgia Electric storage trailer over the weekend and stole thousands of dollars’ worth of tools.

The trailer is located on the Great Wolf Lodge property at 150 Tom Hall Parkway.

LaGrange police officers noticed a window was busted out of a side door so the suspects(s) could reach through and let themselves inside the trailer, the report said.

The burglars stole four Milwaukee backpacks full of Kline electric hand tools, one Huskee backpack with the same type of hand tools and six Milwaukee battery chargers, according to the report.

In all, the suspects got away with $2,360 worth of tools.

Police are investigating.

Vandals damage home, steal stove

A woman returned to a house she was renting in the 100 block of Keyes Street and found the interior of the home was damaged and items were missing.

She told LaGrange police several walls were defaced and the kitchen stove was gone, the report stated.

The woman said no one was living in the home.

The cost to repair the walls and buy a new stove was estimated around $1,000.

Stolen car

A man discovered on Tuesday his 1987 silver and black Chevrolet S-10 truck was stolen sometime in the early morning hours from the parking lot of the Whispering Pines apartment complex at 1515 Hogansville Road.

He told LaGrange police the truck doors were locked and he still had the car key in his possession, according to the report.

The truck was valued at $3,500.

Stolen gun

A man reported his black, Bryson pistol was taken from his Chevy suburban as it sat in the parking lot of Stanford Automotive at 66 Youngs Mill Road.

The SUV owner told LaGrange police his car was towed to the shop after it broke down along the side of Interstate 85 on Mar. 16.

A few days later, the man went to Stanford Automotive to retrieve some items and discovered his SUV was rummaged through and the gun was gone.

The pistol is worth $250.

Police are investigating.

Rooster ruckus

A man called police to complain about his neighbor’s rooster in the 200 block of Lake Forest Drive.

The man told officers the rooster starts crowing every morning at 3 a.m. and does not stop until around 8 p.m. at night.

The officer also heard the animal while he was talking to the man, the report stated.

Police spoke with the rooster’s owners and told them the animal’s loud crowing appeared to be was an ongoing issue with their neighbors.

The owners were cited for a city noise violation.

All information in this report is gathered from official law enforcement and public safety reports and releases. It is the policy of the Daily News to list the names of people charged with felonies. Reach the LaGrange Daily News at 706-884-7311.