The victim told the officer she was parked in the back parking lot. As she unlocked the driver side door of the car an unknown white male wearing a black sweat shirt and black/gray jeans with a raspy voice approached her from behind, placed his finger in her back and said something like "What you got pretty lady?"
The victim said she reached in her pants pocket and gave the man $35; he left on foot in an unknown direction of travel. The victim said no weapons were shown and no other items were taken.
Man arrested less than an hour after release from jail
A BCSO deputy responded to a call at 144 Highway 20 Spur in reference to a domestic dispute early Wednesday morning.
The compliant told the officer that she was having an argument with her husband, Ronnie Hufstetler, 31, of Cartersville, and, when she got in her car to leave, he hit the passenger side window breaking it. The compliant told the officer Hufstetler left prior to his arrival, but she gave the officer another address to possibly find him.
The officer relocated to 15 Lewis Road, where he spoke with Hufstetler who stated that he didn't hit the window he just pushed it causing it to break.
Hufstetler was placed under arrest for criminal trespass Family Violence Act and simple assault (FVA). While at the jail the officer learned that Hufstetler had just been released 34 minutes prior to the incident with his wife.
Car reported stolen from dealership
A Cartersville officer responded Tuesday night to a call of a stolen motor vehicle from Cagle Automotive, 309 S. Tennessee St.
The complaint told the officer that a 2000 Nissan truck had been stolen from the parking lot between Monday night and Tuesday morning. The compliant said the vehicle had a black flat-bed and the cab was white. The vehicle was previously owned by the Fulton County government and it still has a government tag.
Woman leaves keys in car overnight, Coke stolen
A Cartersville officer responded to a larceny call on Tuesday morning at 103 Woodcrest Drive. The complainant said that between late Monday night and early Tuesday morning someone entered two of her vehicles parked in the driveway and opened a 12 pack of soda, stealing one can. The complainant stated she left her door unlocked with the keys in the ignition. She found the keys and other items on the floor next to an open can of Coke. No other items were stolen.