— At 2 p.m. April 5, police responded to a report from Jerry W. Prewitt, of 3765 Ironworks Road. Prewitt said an unknown suspect stole his hay bailer from his property. He said he parked it for the winter and when he went back to have it serviced for the spring, it was missing. The bailer was a red square Massey Ferguson with no logos.
— At 11:30 p.m. Friday, police responded to a report from Hillis Colwell of 120 Inverness Lane. Colwell said that, while he was out, his son heard a loud noise and discovered someone had kicked his back door in. No entry was made and no items were taken. There was substantial damage to the door and door frame.
— At 9 a.m. Friday, Robert Brock of 215 Judy Pike reported that an unknown suspect did extensive damage to his John Deere 9500 Combine parked off Hibiscus Lane. A corrosive dry chemical fire extinguisher was fired onto and into the cab. The interior of the combine was damaged when the listed items were removed.
— At 11:45 a.m. Monday, Timothy Williams of 207 Robyn Drive reported someone attempted to file taxes using the Social Security number of him or his wife, Shirley Williams. Victims are unable to identify a potential suspect.