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Friday Jul 3 | via Athens Banner-Herald
PROPERTY DAMAGE: On June 24, a deputy was dispatched to East Broad Street where a Suwanee woman said the property she was leasing was severely damaged. The woman told police her tenants were arrested, so she went to check the property for the first time in four months. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 24 | via MainStreetNews.com
A Winder man has been arrested in connection with the burglary of Dollar General in Nicholson. Nathan Kyle Germain, 22, was charged with burglary, drugs not in their original container, computer theft, computer trespass, wearing a mask to conceal identity and criminal trespass. Comment?
Monday Jun 22 | via Barrow County News
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office obtained arrest warrants on June 12 for Nathan Kyle Germain, 22, of Winder, for his involvement in the break-in of a Dollar General Store located in the Nicholson area. On the night of June 9, Jackson County deputies responded to the Dollar General after employees discovered someone had entered the store and stole a large sum of cash from the store's safe. Comment?
Friday Jun 19 | via Athens Banner-Herald
When employees for Dollar General examined a surveillance video showing a burglar inside the Nicholson store, a law enforcement officer said they were quick to identify the suspect even though the burglar wore all black and a mask. "They could tell it was him by his build, his walk and the way his pants fit on the back exposing the top of his butt," a Jackson County sheriff's deputy said. Comment?
Friday Jun 12 | via Athens Banner-Herald
THEFT: On June 3, a deputy was dispatched to Boss Hardy Road where a man said he went on a walk and returned home to find his air conditioning unit and two interior air handlers, all valued at $13,500, were stolen. It appeared someone used a cutting tool to cut the wire. Comment?
Jun 5, 2015 | via Athens Banner-Herald
CRIMINAL TRESPASS: On May 21, a deputy was dispatched to Jefferson Road where a man said someone had broken into his house, which he had not lived in for a long time because the power had been off. The deputy did a quick check of the house - because there was a strong smell of trash and rotten food - and found a .22-caliber rifle on a kitchen table. Comment?
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