The following are incident reports filed this week with the Douglasville Police Department:

  • A burglary was reported by a business at 8335 Suite C Cherokee Boulevard.  According to the incident report, entry was made through the front window, and two air conditioner units were taken.  There are no suspects at this time, but officers believe this burglary was likely committed by juveniles since graffiti was found in several places inside the building.
  • Officers were given a lookout on a hit and run that occurred in Powder Springs.  The victim and an off-duty Powder Springs officer later observed the suspect and followed her to Douglasville.  When the suspect was pulled over and arrested at Dairy Queen, she was allegedly driving under the influence of Xanax and also allegedly gave a fake name to police because she had a suspended license.
  • The Douglasville Police Department assisted the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office by recovering stolen property from a theft occurring in Paulding County.  Investigators found that a man had allegedly pawned a stolen paint sprayer at a Douglasville pawn shop.  Timothy Randall Stanley has been charged with the theft and is currently in the Paulding County Jail.  The city has also charged Stanley in the theft.
  • Douglas County Bank reported to police a subject had passed a $3,000 stolen check from a local business.  The investigation is ongoing.
  • Victoria Secret at Arbor Place Mall reported a theft June 24 (Tuesday) of a large quantity of cologne and perfume totalling $2,600.  No suspects have been identified.
  • Capt. Greg Graff asks drivers in subdivisions (Note: Or ANYWHERE, for that matter!) to slow down and watch for children running into streets as a summertime safety precaution.

(Compiled by Bobby Moore, staff witer)