Chris Suit told police that his Huffy 18-speed bicycle was stolen a couple of months ago from his residence on Comet Trail.
This week he spotted it chained to a fence at the GPS soccer fields on Lupton Drive. It was at the CARTA bus stop, and he speculated that the current "owner" was using it to get to and from the bus.
The rightful owner was able to get his bike unchained and back home.
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Deonte Fisher of Bon Air Circle said he had a disagreement with Amber Freeman.
He said she came to his residence and used a dumbbell to break out a rear window on his vehicle.
She scratched "B----. . Hoe" on the vehicle.
Ms. Freeman admitted to police that she hurled the dumbbell through the window and scrawled the unpleasant words.
She was charged with vandalism.
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Arlinda Moore of Tarpon Trail came home to find a ladder propped against the side of her residence.
She found that a burglar had entered her home through a patio door.
She is missing two flat screen TVs.
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David Leatherwood, Hixson Pike Bi-Lo manager, said two white males loaded their carts with items from the store. Then they sauntered out without paying.
He caught up with the pair and commandeered one of the carts.
But one of the men loaded his items into the back of a black or red GMC Jimmy and they sped off.