Incidents reported recently to the Auburn Police Department include:

•Auburn officers went to a complaint about a criminal trespass on Main Street and arrested a man wanted in Gwinnett County. Randy Lamont Easterling, 24, 530 Alcovy Springs Dr., Lawrenceville, was charged after officers found him and a woman hiding in a room. The property manager asked that Easterling and the woman be issued criminal trespass warnings.

•A man was arrested on Atlanta Highway after a traffic stop showed he had an outstanding warrant from Jasper County. Charlie Mell Esco, 61, 1203 Willow Dr., Auburn, was charged.

•Officers went to a trailer with the housing management company. One of the housing company owners said they had been told the trailer was damaged. It was inspected and “multiple items” were damaged. The walls were damaged and spray painted, the stove was broken, interior doors were damaged and removed, some were discarded outside, a smoke detector was pulled off the wall, a light fixture was missing and cabinet doors were missing. A woman who lived there said the damage was done by her husband after a domestic dispute several weeks earlier. Three people at the trailer were issued trespass warnings. The woman was cited for the violation of property maintenance.

•A man was arrested for driving on a suspended license after a traffic stop on Atlanta Highway. Tommy Lamar Peppers, 29, 149 Arcade Park St., Jefferson, was charged.

•A man was arrested on three traffic violations after a single-car accident on Kilcrease Road, Auburn. Vadim Sandyrev, 18, 920 Chicken Lyle Rd., Winder, was charged with too fast for conditions, driving on a suspended license and failure to maintain lane.

•A man who had been warned about criminal trespass at a mobile home park in Auburn was arrested three days later when an officer found him hiding in a water heater closet. Kevin Joseph Massey, 29, 316 Carter Rd., Lot 117, Auburn, was charged. He was taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center-Braselton for treatment from taking methamphetamine and then to the Barrow County jail.

•A Hoschton woman was held on a Jackson County warrant when she was found on County Line Road without a tag on her car. Connor Leanna Coggins, 22, 596 Wehunt Rd., Hoschton, was held on the warrant.

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