•Aggravated assault: Z’laysia Kitchen, 29, of Mary Street; charged with aggravated assault family violence; Waycross police said she turned herself in at the police department headquarters Monday on a warrant charging her with aggravated assault that occurred Wednesday in the 600 block of Oak Street at about 12:58 p.m.; she was being held in the Ware County jail.
•Fraud: a man called Waycross police from Tampa, Fla., Monday saying he was attempting to get a loan and was told that he had an account in arrears at Georgia Power that was set up in February 2013 and continued through July 2014; the account did not belong to him; Waycross police are investigating.
•Burglary: a number of business checks and a radiator for logging equipment were reported stolen at a business on Beach Road some time prior to Monday when the theft was discovered; the owner is unsure how anyone could have entered the business; Ware County detectives are investigating.
•Theft: a 2001 Honda Foreman 400 series four-wheel all-terrain vehicle was stolen out of a fence impound behind a business in the 1900 block of Albany Avenue between close of business Wednesday and reopening on Monday; Ware County detectives are investigating.
•Burglary: a large assortment of brass fittings and other miscellaneous items valued at about $3,000 were stolen at a business in the 1900 block of State Street between Nov. 17 and Monday; evidence of forced entry was found as bolts were removed from a rear door; Ware County detectives are investigating.
•Burglary: a deadbolt was pried off and a door forced open at a business in the 200 block of West Waring Street between Wednesday and Monday; items stolen from the business include a 27-gallon storage tote filled with miscellaneous items and a 50-foot garden hose; Ware County detectives are investigating.
•Theft: a Moultrie trail camera was reported stolen in the 2800 block of Albany Avenue some time Monday; Ware County detectives are investigating.
•Forgery: a business in the industrial park received a check Monday that someone had written on a fictitious account; the check was printed for $10,000; Ware County detectives are investigating.