A Whitesville Road resident was injured after he allegedly tried to jump a moving vehicle.
According to a report from the Troup County Sheriff’s office, Robert G. Honohan, 43, of Whitesville Road tried to jump the vehicle Friday at his home in the 6100 block, but was injured in the attempt. He was flown to Columbus Regional Medical Center, where an official said this morning he was not listed as a patient.
Sheriff’s officials were investigating.
• A $2,500 Honda FourTrax four-wheeler was taken from behind a fence at 1878 Lukken Industrial Drive. Police said a fence had been cut to get to the four-wheeler.
•A purse containing credit cards and identification and $57 was taken from a 2002 Nissan Sentra while it was parked in the 100 block of Keyes Street. The victim told police someone broke the diver’s side window with a rock to get in the car.
•A woman said she dropped her debit card outside Metro Fashion at 299 Commerce Avenue and it apparently was used to make more than $300 in purchases.
•A $10 set of cast iron wind chimes was taken from a grave at Hillview Cemetery.
•A Hogansville man said someone took and cashed his $2,011 tax refund check.
•A LaGrange man said a thief entered his vehicle and stole about 30 CDs and 17 prescription Morphine Sulphate pills.
Man reports dog stolen
A resident of the first block of West Hopson Road in Hogansville said someone stole his rat terrier dog valued at $250. A deputy and the resident later located the dog in the area.
•LaGrange police said a number of items were taken in a burglary in the 600 block of Jefferson Street. The resident reported a $1,00 Toshiba 47-inch flat screen television, 32-inch LG flat screen worth $400, a Ruger .243 caliber pistol, PlayStation 3 worth $400, games worth $1,500 and an $800 HP laptop all taken.
•A resident of the 5000 block of West Point Road reported that a burglar took $410 in undisclosed items from his home.
•Someone broke into a shed in the 100 block of Brenda Boulevard and took a $200 Poulan chainsaw. Police also recovered a latex glove from the back deck of the house.
•Brian David Hall, 35, of Callaway Avenue was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and unlawful enticement of game.
•Latrease Lashay White, 29, of Degroat Street was charged with felony shoplifting and trespassing.
•Residents of apartments in the 3800 block of Hogansville Road said employees of a rental company entered an unlocked apartment while the resident was not at home to repossess items, but left the water running from a washing machine they took, causing flooding and damage to the apartment. They also removed two interior doors from the hinges, the resident said.
•A Bonaventure Drive woman said she parked her 1999 Honda Accord 0utside her house this weekend and it was scratched on all four sides, the hood and the trunk, and one dent was in the front left fender. Damage was more than $1,500.
•A resident of the 200 block of South Glenn Road reported that a neighbor’s pit bull caused about $1,000 damage to two of his vehicles after the dog jumped on them, scratching the paint.
A Callaway Middle School student reported that another student stabbed him in the arm with an ink pen three times.
Someone used a fake $50 at Ryan’s steak house at 1509 Lafayette Parkway. The bill was turned over to police.
LaGrange police say a fire started near the tanning bed in a house at 228 Baywood Circle on Friday. An exact cause of the fire and total damages were unavailable. The residents were out of town at the time of the fire.