Buttocks Shooting, Armed Robbery, Burglary

The information in this story comes from the ACC Police Department. An arrest isn't the same as a conviction.

A man reported that he was shot in the buttocks inside his residence on Springvalley Road. Polain stated that two unknown individuals had broken into the front door and shot him while he was sitting on his couch.

A man reported that he was robbed sometime between 0245 and 0300 on the 6th of December in the area of 394 Oconee Street. The man reported between $60.00 and $70.00 in cash was taken.

A woman reported that she was robbed around 9pm on the 6th of December at 2365 Danielsville Road. She reported that approximately $500.00 in cash was taken. 

A woman reported that Craig Jones had assaulted her at her residence of Oak Hill Dr. Following an investigation, police arrested Jones for aggravated assault. 

A woman reported that her residence on Bonnie Lane had been burglarized between 1:30am and 2:15am on the 7th of December. The only item taken from the residence was a cellphone valued at $79.00.

A woman reported that her residence on East Cloverhurst Avenue had been burglarized sometimes between 3:30pm and 6pm on the 6th of December. At this time it is unknown if anything was taken from the residence. 

During the course of a unrelated robbery investigation an officer found a burglary that had already occurred on Danielsville Road. No contact was able to be made with the victims. It is unknown if any items was taken from the residence.

A woman reported that her residence on Bayberry Court had been burglarized sometime between 2pm on the 5th and 6:30pm on the 6th December. The only item reported taken was a 64inch flat screen television valued at $1000.00.



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