An employee at an auto dealership reported that someone stole one of the vehicles from the business.
An officer with the Covington Police Department responded to Fuller Select Auto on Washington Street Thursday in reference to a stolen vehicle. An employee at the dealership said a 2002 Honda Accord was parked under the canopy at the business on Wednesday, but when he opened the business around 8:30 a.m. Thursday, the vehicle was gone. The employee said the vehicle was being worked on by a mechanic at the business and that the key was left inside the vehicle.
According to the report, the vehicle was purchased by the dealership from Peachstate Auto Auction in Loganville on Dec. 30, 2013. The vehicle was reportedly repossessed by TitleMax at U.S. Highway 278 from a home on Plum Orchard Drive in December. The employee at Fuller Select Auto attempted to view surveillance video, but it did not record the incident.
Deputy seeks warrant after reported threats
A woman reported her boyfriend has been threatening her for the last several months. An NCSO deputy responded to a home on Ga. Highway 81 in reference to an assault on Thursday. The female victim said her sometimes live-in boyfriend had been making ongoing threats and assaulted her.
According to the report, she told the deputy that over the past few months, her boyfriend has threatened to shoot her, stab her, burn her house down and even kill her. The threats were reportedly heard by several witnesses. The deputy will obtain a warrant for terroristic threats in the case, the report stated.