September 14, 2009 10:15:00 AM
Bruce Wayne Bradley Sr., 35, of 1543 Cal Steens Road in Caledonia, was arrested Wednesday by the Columbus Police Department for aggravated assault with a weapon.
Bradley''s arrest stems from an incident on Aug. 29 at Columbus Fairgrounds located at 764 Highway 69 South. Bradley was involved in an altercation at the Roast-n-Boast which caused another subject to seek medical attention.
Bond was set at $5,000. Bradley is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 1.
The following other arrests and incidents were reported by the CPD:
Bond was set at $2,500. Williams is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 1.
Williams'' arrest stems from an incident on Sept. 5 at Northaven Woods Apartments in which police say Williams broke into a residence while the occupant was asleep.
According to the police report, the occupant woke up while Williams was still in the residence.
No bond or court date has been set.
This arrest stems from an incident that occurred in the 1300 block of 12th Avenue South in which officers were dispatched in reference to an auto burglary.
The complainant reported seeing a man running from her vehicle after her car alarm went off. The back passenger side window of her car was broken.
Officers later chased and apprehended Hunter, who fit the description, and were able to retrieve some of the items taken from the vehicle. The CPD Criminal Investigations Division was notified, and Hunter was transported to the Lowndes County Adult Detention Center.
Entry was gained through an unlocked car door. A Pioneer car radio/CD player was stolen from the vehicle.
Several items were stolen from the building. Entry was gained through a side door.
Entry was gained by breaking in the back door. Undisclosed amount of cash was stolen.
A porcelain statue, two silver vegetable dishes, several pieces of china and other various kitchen items were stolen from the residence.
Entry was gained by breaking the right front window. A CD player was reported stolen from the vehicle.
n An officer was dispatched Friday to 722 College St. in reference to burglary of a business.
Entry was gained by breaking a glass out of a back window. Nothing was been reported missing.
A weed eater and chain saw were reported missing from the garage.
A complainant advised a tenant moved out of his rental house and took the refrigerator and an air conditioner from the rental property.
The complainant reported someone had stolen a Wal-Mart gift card and used it to make a $50 purchase.
There were no signs of forced entry into the vehicle. A stereo/CD player was taken from the vehicle.
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