Semi trailer contents stolen

BUFORD - Tools and cleaning supplies were stolen from the trailer of a semi truck parked outside a Buford business Saturday, but the business and the cab of the truck were left untouched, a police report said.

A latch was pried off the door to a garage where the truck's trailer was. Stereos from cars parked outside a neighboring automotive business were also taken.

Road rage victims' stories differ

LAWRENCEVILLE - A Lawrenceville woman alleges a road rage incident on Tuesday ended with her being hit on the head.

According to a police report, the woman was traveling behind a Honda Civic for a few miles when the driver began to motion to her as if she was following too closely.

At a traffic light the male driver began yelling at the woman and exited his car, threatening to hit her with a baseball bat.

The woman said she got out of her car to get the vehicle's tag number but was hit in the head by another person in the Honda.

The driver told police the woman walked over to his car and slammed the door in his face and injured his finger.

Because the stories conflicted, no charges were made.

Woman finds gas tank filled up

LAWRENCEVILLE - A Lawrenceville woman says she knows her car's gas tank was near empty when she parked it outside her home on Congress Parkway last Wednesday night, but when she returned the next morning the tank was full.

The woman said the morning of Feb. 14 she turned the ignition and noticed the vehicle was running strangely, a police report said.

A mechanic said someone had used diesel fuel, damaging the fuel system.

Men accused of auto break-ins

BETHLEHEM - Two 18-year-old men were arrested Tuesday following a rash of automobile break-ins the night before.

Cody Eager and Tyler Truitt, both of Bethlehem, remain in the Barrow County Jail facing multiple charges that include theft by receiving stolen property.

Patrol officers discovered early Tuesday morning that a number of vehicles had been broken into in the Mill Creek Subdivision off Tanners Bridge Road near Bethlehem. Later that day, a tip led deputies to a suspect vehicle traveling along Carl-Bethlehem Road, from which deputies recovered a number of reportedly stolen items. Police reports state that a reportedly stolen laptop was found discarded in a creek.

Eager faces additional charges of driving on a suspended license, no insurance and expired tag. No bond was set for him.

Truitt faces multiple counts of entering auto and criminal damage to property. He is in the Barrow County Jail under $5,000 bond.