On Monday, February 6, 2017 at 5:26 pm, Angeline Reynolds came to the Gautier police station and reported she had just been robbed. Reynolds was traveling south on Martin Bluff Rd, when she pulled off the road near the water tower by Interstate 10 to check and see if she had a flat tire. While doing so, a black male driving a red Chevrolet Colbalt (2004 or 2005 model), pulled over and asked if her brother-in-law, Bryce Reynolds was in the vehicle. Reynolds told the male that he wasn't and he walked over to her vehicle. The male had a handgun in his waist band and had a hand on it while he took $204 from her driver door pocket that was open. The male told Reynolds, "It's best you not come after me" and he left the area in his vehicle. Reynolds then called 911 while driving to the police station to report this incident.
On 06-09-2016 at 1103 hours I was contacted at the front desk of the Police Department in reference to stealing.
On 02-18-16 at 0857 hours, Officer Cass #2067 and I responded to 1322 Sunset Avenue for a vehicle burglary investigation. Upon our arrival we met with Victim Annie Lois Jordan who told us the following information in summary:
On the above date and time, I, Cpl. Lessane, assisted Sgt. Thomas with a possible stolen motorcycle that was on the premises of 5009 Columbia Highway South, in the county of Hampton. Upon arrival, Officers’ observed a black in color motorcycle inside of an open shed in the back of the residence (5009 Columbia Highway South). Officers approached the shed and ran the license plate (ZD89537) which returned back stolen out of Beaufort, South Carolina; register to Jean Lavigne. Officers then ran the vin to the motorcycle, which returned
On 8/27/16 at approximately 9:30 am, I, Officer Hunter was dispatched to 1901 Martin Bluff Rd in reference to an auto burglary. Upon arrival I spoke with Stephanie Cunningham and Jeremiah Coleman who reside in apartment 6B. Coleman and Cunningham both stated that their vehicles were broken into between the hours of 9:00 am on 8/26/16 and 10:00 am on 8/27/16. Cunningham and Coleman both said that their vehicles were locked at the time of the incident.
I responded to Murphy USA in Troy, AL in reference to a Theft call. Upon arrival, I made contact with Ryan Oneal Davenport. Davenport stated that dropped his wallet inside the store after paying for gas. Inside of his wallet as $60.00 dollars, a Regions Debit Card and his Drivers License. Officers watched video tape on the person that picked the wallet up. The subject was a African American female with curly black hair. The female was driving a older model blue F-150. Murphy USA cameras werent clear, so I was unable to get the tag number nor identify the suspect.