Friday, November 30, 2012
Two suspects are behind bars at the Cobb County Adult Detention Center on unrelated charges, but Woodstock police are still looking for one suspect.
Two people have been arrested in connection with the theft of a trailer at The HOPE Center, but police are still looking for another person. Cobb County Police have arrested Carl James Bourque, 44, of Marietta and Bobbie Jean Colston, 31, of Woodstock after a citizen spotted the trailer taken from the nonprofit organization some time between Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. According to information on the Cobb County Adult Detention Center's booking data website, Colston has been charged with theft by receiving stolen property, misdemeanor willful obstruction of a law enforcement officer and felony possession of a schedule II controlled substance. She remains in jail with a $11,220 bond. Bourque, who remains in jail with no …
Thursday, November 29, 2012
The HOPE Center was the victim of a theft that robbed the nonprofit organization of five baby cribs.
The Woodstock Police Department needs the public help in solving a theft that hit a nonprofit organization that caters to pregnant women. The HOPE Center, located just off Highway 92, was the target of thieves on Wednesday morning, according to CBS Atlanta. The suspects allegedly cut the lock on the facility and drove off with the trailer. The trailer was stocked with five baby cribs, Store Manager Monti Price told the news outlet. Woodstock Police Spokesperson Brittany Duncan said the theft was reported to the agency at 9:15 Wednesday morning. The trailer is described as a 2002 enclosed model with the clinic's logo on it. The Georgia tag reads: TL6Y131 Duncan said staff members believe the theft occurred sometime between 6 p.m. Tuesday …
Monday, September 10, 2012
Nine custom-made flags were placed at several locations by the Towne Lake Optimist Club.
A 16-year-old was arrested this weekend in connection with the disappearance of nine American flags in Towne Lake. According to CBS Atlanta, Cherokee sheriff's deputies received an anonymous tip Saturday evening that a truck parked at Hobgood Park had one of the custom-made flags displayed in the bed of the vehicle. The teen was arrested, charged with theft by receiving and released to a parent. The flags, estimated to be worth $40 each, had been placed at several locations by the Towne Lake Optimist Club. Related content
Friday, September 7, 2012
The flags had been placed at several locations by the Towne Lake Optimist Club.
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Aside from domestic disputes, local police and sheriff's deputies responded to residential burglaries.
On Dec. 3 Holly Springs Police responded to a burglary at the Shake Place at 5947 Holly Springs Parkway. Timothy Brian Peel reported that $325 had been stolen from the business. On Dec. 3, sheriff's deputies from Hickory Flat were dispatched to 1029 Meadow Brook Drive after a man reported stereo equipment had been stolen from his car. Elliot Wagner said he parked his car at that address around 11 p.m. and came out around 6:30 a.m. the next morning to find the equipment missing. According to the police report, Wagner also said the car door was unlocked. On Dec. 3, sheriff's deputies from Hickory Flat were dispatched to 813 Springharbor Court on a reported burglary. According to the incident report, Vicki Vickery said she went to her former…