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Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Break Ins Follow Up - Incident 6.

By Accessmilton.com

All:

As we shared this past week, we reached out to the Milton Police Department requesting information on the recent breakins throughout the city.

Thanks to Police Chief Harrell and Katherine Fies of the Milton Police Department, we have received police reports involving these burglaries.

Out of respect for the victims, we will not post their names or numerical address. In addition, any information that could aid our Milton Police Officers regarding this or any other investigation will be removed. However, the rest will be complete and verbatim via the officer's report.

Additional reports will be posted one at a time every 24 hours.

Many thanks to the Milton Police Department for coming to those in need.

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Agency Name: Milton Police Department
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ORI: GA 0605700
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Location of Incident: XXX Sandringham Drive, Milton GA 30004
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Crime Incidents: Burglary-Forced-Res / 16-7-1.
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Premise / Type: Residence / Home.
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Weapon / Tools: Other Entry Device.
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Zone Tract: MP11
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Case# 11-00301
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Date / Time Reported: 2/22/2011 15:35 Tues
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Last Known Secure: 02/22/2011 15:35 Tues
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At Found: 02/22/2011 15:35 Tues
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Victim: XXXXX; White Male; Age 51.
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Officer / ID#:Ooton, L. (1204)
Invest / ID#: Hewitt, S. (1200)
Supervisor: Borsey, J. (1115)
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Narrative:

On 2-22-11 at 1535 hours, I was dispatched to XXX Sandringham Drive in referance to a burglary. Upon arrival, I met with the complainant, XXXX. Mr.XXXX stated that he had been away from his residence since 0900 hours and when he returned at 1530 hours, he found his front door had been forced open.

XXXX stated that he entered the apartment to find his flat screen TV, unhooked from the cable, and sitting on the floor. A blanket had been taken from a closet and placed over the TV. As I checked the apartment I found the back bedroom screen had been kicked out from the inside.

I checked with dispatch and found that Johns Creek had a K-9 available to come to my location and attempt a track from the point of exit. K-9 Officer George Hodge gave a 15 minute ETA.

Mr. XXXX stated the he could not find any of his property missing. He estimated the damage to the door to be $200.00 and damage to the screen to be $100.00. I checked the area around the door, window , and TV stand but they were not suitable for processing. The areas were extremely dusty and it appeared that the blanket may have been used to handle the television. CID was not contacted and did not respond.

It should be noted that the apartment is located on the southwest corner of the apartment complex. There is a well worn path from the Target parking lot that passes 10 feet from the victims door. After school, the path is heavily traveled by juveniles cutting through from the shopping center.

At 1615 hours, Officer Hodge arrived and attempted a track from the back bedroom screen area but was unsuccessful.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I want to know why, emphatically, why the City of Milton has not sent out one dawg gone bleep from Jason Wright or anyone else in our city offices about the amount of break ins? We get emails just about everything else, to the point of annoying, but when it comes to alerting it's citizens of something major like many break ins, we aren't being told. Why?
This is our safety we're talking about!! What the Bleep is going on at City Hall!!!

Enloe since you have the reports do you know what in sam h-ll our police department is doing to catch these crooks? Ya'd think they'd want to tell us so we can help them catch them! Ya'd think!!

Very Concerned Citizen!!!

Anonymous said...

I'll tell you why.. It's real crime, and the people who run the dept, have no idea how to catch these guys. The city only wants police officers that are seen and nothing more. So try and hire and keep some real cops, since the one's the city do have are to scared to find the bad guy, and arrest the bad guy, for fear of being complained on..

Anonymous said...

The reason is that since it is the Zahner houshold, all others are on hold. Apparently the officers that arrived first on scene were confused as they though all of Mr. Bailey's pants were stolen, until further investigation the victem explained that he did not wear any in the household.

Anonymous said...

7:38... This is a VERY SERIOUS situation, but THAT IS HYSTERICAL!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

7:38 - what are you talking about now? blah blah blah Here we go again with the Bailey's. If it's not Thurman it's the Bailey's, if its not the Bailey's its some other person to pick on by an un-named blogger trying to stir up stuff.

Geez enough your comments are borish and not amusing. Think of something new or go somewhere else.

Anonymous said...

Our police officers are seen? Kind of like BigFoot or the Lockness Monster are they? All three of them?all at once or individual sightings?

We have crime problem right? and it's going to get better?
oh i see when the spring time hits it will all go away, the tulips will bloom and no more breakins once the weather changes. good plan city hall. thanks for being all over it and giving us that warm and fuzzy feeling.

Anonymous said...

It just took an issue happening with the Bailey's and now it will be handled. Thank you so much Julie!

Anonymous said...

Once again, we would all be in the dark if it wasnt for Julie? Thank you from the citizens of Milton!

Anonymous said...

I think its time for a change in city hall....hmmm how about someone who cares about OUR CITY and not ALPHARETTA!

Anonymous said...

Agree with above post. We need a complete change at city hall. Majority of council needs to be replaced with people who truly care for this area. Jason needs to be given walking papers - GONE!
Ditto for J.L.