UPDATE: Night brings few additional problems for tornado-ravaged communities

A little more than 24 hours after tornadoes shredded parts of the midstate, the communities most affected report few problems overnight.

While power outages are prevalent, representatives of the Macon Police Department, Wrightsville Fire Department and sheriff's offices in Bibb, Laurens and Johnson counties report no major incidents this morning.

While Macon police have received some reports of looting, Sgt. Melanie Hofmann said there were no major incidents.

"We've heard of people walking in the street carrying things but it was minimal stuff," Hofmann said.

The Macon police command staff is scheduled to meet this morning as is the leadership of the Laurens County Sheriff's Office and public safety personnel in Wrightsville, where power and water service have been restored in the city limits, said Capt. Cory Parker of the Wrightsville Fire Department.

Community leaders and public safety personnel are meeting this morning at the Wrightsville Fire Department before tackling the issues of the day.

The command post of the Bibb County Sheriff's Office remains at the Claystone Pavillion of Lake Tobesofkee where some homes were destroyed, said Lt. George Meadows.