Attempted kidnapping and battery reported
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On Friday at about 9:36 p.m., a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to 470 Old Highway 41, Adairsville, in reference to criminal attempt kidnapping, burglary and simple battery.

Upon arrival, the complainant said she had been assaulted by a male subject, stating when she opened the rear door to her home to allow her dog inside, a male subject grabbed her by the head and tried to pull her out of the house. The complainant reportedly slammed her head into the door jamb and her dog bit the offender, who then ran into the yard.

The complainant stated she was unable to get a good look at the subject but noticed he was wearing blue jeans and a black shirt.

She stated she couldn’t think of anyone who would want to hurt her but did reference phone calls she had received from a male subject saying, “Deborah, I’m watching you.”

Fingerprints were taken from the scene.

Truck vandalized with graffiti

On Friday at about 9:25 a.m., a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to 37 Harbor Lane, White, in response to a report of criminal damage to property.

Upon arrival the complainant stated an unknown person or persons spray painted graffiti “6MW” onto the side of his CSX truck, which was parked in the street in front of his residence. The complainant said the estimated cost of repair would be more than $500.

Dog treats stolen

On Friday shortly after midnight, a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to 879 Joe Frank Harris Parkway — Ingles Grocery — in reference to a shoplifting incident in progress.

Upon arrival, the deputy stated he met with the Ingles manager who said he was alerted by a third party that a white male subject possibly was shoplifting dog treats.

The manager said the third party, who was not on scene, reported seeing the suspect open a Waggin’ Train brand chicken jerky dog treats bag and put half the bag of treats into his cargo pants pockets.

The manager said when he approached the suspect, he noticed his pockets were full of an unknown substance. The subject then reportedly walked past the manager and exited the store.