September 14, 2015 ta 5:30 am the Thomaston Police Department responded to a commercial burglary that occurred at 102 Georgia Avenue being the “Georgia Café” Officers noticed that two windows had been broken and that someone gained entry to the business. Once investigators arrived and observed the surveillance cameras it showed a white female enter the business around 10:00p.m who had her face concealed with a red blanket going in the registers and other area of the business taking approximately $350 in currency. The female was apprehended at 400 Denim Street in Thomaston around 12:00 p.m. on September 14, 2015 and identified as Amanda Elliot,31 of Thomaston. Elliot was a former employee of this business and was attempting to leave town when she was arrested. Also recovered during the arrest was a stolen laptop and methamphetamine. This department would like to commend both Sgt. Tim Ledbetter and Officer Jeremy Blount on their swift actions in making the arrest on this commercial burglary. Elliot was charged with Commercial Burglary, theft by taking, and possession of an imitation substance with the intent to distribute.