Police & Sheriff’s Reports

The individuals listed have been cited/arrested/charged in Troup County. However, this is not an admission of guilt. All parties are considered innocent until proved guilty.

• Monday morning about 11:46 a.m., officers took a walk-in report at the La-Grange Police in reference to Forgery.

Police spoke to the male complainant who stated he checked his PNC checking account and noticed several hundred dollars had been deposited into his account. He stated the checking account is never used and he did not make any deposits.

The complainant stated he then contacted the bank and learned someone had been receiving checks under his name and the checks that were deposited came from unfamiliar people. The subjects also forged his name on the back of the checks.

The account holder provided police with a copy of his bank statements and copies of the checks.

This incident is still under investigation.

• Monday night about 7:28 p.m., LaGrange Police responded to the 500 block of Ware Street in reference to a disturbance.

Officers arrived and made contact with the female victim, who stated her ex-boyfriend threw a metal shelf through her bedroom window.

She explained that the subject still has a key to her residence due them owning some dogs together and him coming over and feeding the dogs on a regular basis.

The victim stated that when she arrived home at about 7:13 p.m., she found her ex seated inside her residence on the couch and the two got into an argument. During the verbal altercation he allegedly knocked over the living room table over and grabbed a metal shelf and threw it through a window.

The subject then fled the location in his vehicle.

Officers advised the victim of warrant procedures for Criminal Trespass and encouraged her to seek civil restitution.

• Tuesday morning about 7:30 a.m., LaGrange Police responded to the Tall Pines apartment complex on Turner Street in reference to criminal damage to property.

Officers arrived and spoke to the complainant, who said unknown person(s) slashed the tires on his vehicle.

The victim stated he parked his vehicle in front of his apartment around 11:15 p.m. Monday night when he got home. The next morning around 7 a.m. he went outside and noticed the damage to the vehicle.

The victim stated he initially couldn’t tell the car was damaged, until he walked up and got a closer look and discovered three of his tires were cut with an unknown sharp object.

Police observed the red Hyundai Sonata had three flat tires with two inch cuts on the side walls. The damage was estimated at over $500.

The Hyundai was locked and nothing appeared to have been disturbed inside the vehicle.

The victim told police he had no idea who would have wanted to damage his vehicle.

This incident is still under investigation.

• West Point Police responded to an incident of Interference with Custody which was reported on East 14th Street.

• West Point Police responded to an incident of Theft and Invasion of Privacy which was reported on West 10th Street.

• Alicia Lamrius Booker, of Lanett, AL, was arrested by West Point Police for Driving without a Valid License.