Bank deposit $877 short

July 25, 2012 • Police Blotter

Police were dispatched to Roswell Chevron, 917 N. Main St., Monday, after a representative of the store conducted an audit and discovered a discrepancy of $877 in a recent deposit made to the bank. Store officials believe the amount taken may be as high as $4,600.

Gas skip

Police were called to Allsup’s, 2501 N. Main St., Monday. A representative of the company reported that a semi-truck pulling a vehicle transport came into the station and filled up two gas tanks using two separate pumps. The charge at one pump was $370 and for the second, $250. The driver presented a [auth] credit card and the $370 charge was accepted, but the second for $250 was declined. The driver left then without paying. The RPD located the vehicle at Second Street and Sycamore Avenue. The officer informed the driver of the unpaid charges. He said it was a mistake and returned to Allsup’s to pay the remaining $250.


Police received a report, Monday, of a debit/credit card fraud of nearly $45,000 over a period of the past two years. The individual reporting the fraud conducted an audit and discovered additional withdrawals from the account using an ATM card, which has not been cancelled.


Police received a report of a theft of a chained and locked paper rack located in the 100 block of West Fourth Street from the Roswell Daily Record, 2301 N. Main St., Monday. The paper rack was valued at $400.


Police were called to the 3000 block of North Garden Avenue, Monday, after subjects gained entry into a residence by breaking a back window and removed two television sets valued at $800. Damages to fence and window were estimated at $175.

Breaking and entering

Police responded to an alarm at 1606 S. Main St., Monday, where the officer discovered subjects attempted to gain entry into the Cara Blanca Meat Market by digging through the wall, prying off and bending steel panels. The investigation also revealed broken drywall and insulation removed from the wall. Nothing was reported missing.

Criminal damage

Police were dispatched to the 700 block of East Third Street, Monday, after subjects threw a rock through a window causing $200 worth of damage.

Anyone having information about these or any other crime is asked to contact Crime Stoppers, 888-594-TIPS (8477). Callers may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward.

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