According to a report filed by deputy Anthony Cochran, he responded to Calfee’s Storage Units on Highway 64 and spoke with Marilyn Parks.
Parks said she visited the storage facility Monday and found it had been broken into.
Parks reportedly locked her unit and placed a piece of chewing gum over the locking device and when she went to unlock the unit Monday, noticed it missing.
When she entered the unit, Parks noted several items had been “moved around and boxes were opened,” according to the report.
Cochran said there were no signs of forced entry and at the time of the initial report, nothing appeared to have been missing.
- Cochran also filed a report concerning a man who entered a store and presented a $100 bill to pay for items, but the clerk determined the bill was fake.
According to the report, the clerk said a black male passed the bill on which she used a special pen to determine if it was real.
The marker indicated the bill was fake and the suspect then said he was going to his car to get money to pay for the items; however, he never returned to the store.
The clerk described the suspect as being 5 feet 11 inches tall and with a tattoo on his right arm.
Cochran seized the $100 bill and logged it into evidence. He also requested a copy of the video security tape from the store.
Investigation is continuing.
- Deputy Daniel Marlow filed a report regarding vandalism to a vehicle which occurred sometime during the weekend.
According to his report, Marlow went to a Sipes Road address and spoke with Samantha Robinson, who said someone had scratched the paint on her 1997 Honda CR-V.
Robinson estimated damage at $450.