The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a theft on Oak Valley Road.
A deputy responded to Oak Valley Road on November 17 in reference to the theft of $7,200 worth of miscellaneous items.
The report stated that the theft occurred sometime since July 1.
Meanwhile, elsewhere on Oak Valley Road, someone reported to the Sheriff’s Office on November 16 that their deer stand, valued at $150, was taken.
Elsewhere, the Sheriff’s Office responded to Eastanollee Road on November 16 in reference to a theft.
The victim reported to the Sheriff’s Office that he had a piece of equipment worth about $300 taken from his farmland sometime between November 8 and November 15.
Finally, the Toccoa Police Department responded to a West Currahee Street location on November 6 in reference to a theft.
A business told police that a black Troy Bilt pressure washer worth about $900 was taken sometime between November 3 and November 6.