_ 941 Spring Creek Rd.: Police were dispatched to Parkridge East hospital last week in reference to a theft. According to a police report, an officer spoke with a woman who said she was moving from the Budgetel on N. Mack Smith to 1511 Karwill Lane with the help of a friend. The woman told police that she has no car and the friend, goes by the name Bo Bo, was using his truck to help her move. The problem arose when the victim hitched a ride with another friend to her new place and none of her stuff was there. The victim told police she is out $300 worth of Sharpie markers, two cases of Coke and a case of Great Value water. Bo Bo is simply described as a white male that drives a red pickup truck (unknown model).
_ 1115 Altamaha St.: Police responded to a burglary at the address last week. According to a police report, an officer spoke with the complainant who said his home had been broken into. The victim told police that he is missing a Smith & Wesson 9 mm handgun with three fully loaded magazines. The firearm’s paperwork and case were stolen as well. The report states that in addition, the victim is out more than 100 rounds of 9mm, .38-cal and .357-cal. ammo. Also, the victim reports that a BB gun resembling a .45-cal handgun is missing, some loose coins and a collector guitar. The victim provided police with a suspect’s name. The suspect has warrants out of Walker and Catoosa Counties, the report states. The report states that the suspect has been staying at the venerable 4A’s motel and has been seen in and around the Burger King and McDonald’s. The report states police have reason to believe that the suspect will once again stay at the 4A’s. He had been staying there from Aug. 2-8. The suspect is the father of the victim’s granddaughter’s boyfriend. The report states that the victim received text messages saying the suspect was going to break into the house. The victim told police that he and his son were at work at the time of the break-in and that the suspect was well aware of his work schedule. There was no sign of forced entry into the house, the report states.