A report of illegal dumping on Old Gillsville Highway at Henderson Road, Gillsville, was among the incidents reported to the Banks County Sheriff’s Office during the past week. The complainant advised the responding deputy that sometime between Dec. 7 and Dec. 24 somebody came onto his property and dumped a pile of wire tubing.
Other incidents reported include:
•suspicious vehicle at a Timberlane Street, Homer, residence. The responding deputy reported he checked the vehicle and identified the owner. The deputy reported no one was around the vehicle and all appeared O.K.
•road hazard on Interstate 85 north bound on ramp at Highway 15/441. The responding officer reported he checked the area, but did not locate a white male walking in the area.
•suspicious person on Highway 63 at Exit 154 on Interstate 85, Commerce. The responding deputy reported he checked the area, but didn’t locate anyone and all was O.K.
•suspicious person at Wal-Mart, Highway 441 South, Commerce. The responding officer reported he checked the area, but didn’t locate anyone and all was O.K.
•911 hang-up at Wal-Mart, Highway 441 South, Commerce. The responding deputy reported he spoke with an employee of the vision center who stated it was an accident.
•alarm call at a Soap Stone Road residence. The responding officer reported the homeowner advised everything was O.K.
•verbal domestic dispute at a Hickory Creek Road, Maysville, residence. The complainant advised the responding deputy that he and his wife were having an argument. The deputy reported both parties were extremely intoxicated and the two were separated within the residence and all was O.K. when he was leaving the residence.
•lost wallet at a Highway 51 South location.
•livestock in the roadway on Spring Road at Highway 105.
•damage to a mailbox at a Highway 326, Commerce, residence.
•battery at a Queen Road, Gillsville, residence.
•dispute at a Westbrook Road, Commerce, residence.
•threats by phone at a Toney Road, Commerce, residence.
•open door at Commerce Country Café, Faulkner Road, Commerce. The responding officer reported he found an open door at this location.
For more crime news, see this week's issue of The Banks County News.