Police Report: Domestic incidents reported
by Emanuel County Live | November 26, 2004 12:00 am
Swainsboro police officers reported numerous domestic incidents and thefts this week. Cases are:
A Pughsley St. man reported a few young males threatened to plant drugs on his property. He said he is afraid they might hurt him.
A Liberty St. man reported someone damaged his truck.
A woman driving on Hwy. 80 W. reported a piece of sheet metal flew off a vehicle she was traveling behind and it damaged her vehicle.
A Norwood Ave. woman reported a man, whom she identified, has been harassing her.
A Lewis St. woman reported someone damaged her vehicle.
Employee at Plaza Pharmacy reported an unknown man cashed a check that was forged and attempted to cash another.
A N. Racetrack St. woman reported a man, whom she identified, cut her with a knife.
An Atkinson Dr. woman reported someone was trying to cash her checks.
Employee at Harvey’s Supermarket reported a woman, who was identified, stole a package of Bratwurst.
A William Rountree St. woman reported she is being harassed by her mother and her mother’s boyfriend.
A Lewis St. woman reported two women, whom she identified, threatened her with a knife.
A woman who parked at Dollar General reported someone stole several items from her purse that was in her car.
A Rentz St. man reported someone broke into his home and stole a DVD player, DVDs, CDs and clothing.
A Stevenson Dr. woman reported someone stole her Golden Retriever.
A Ralph Smith Place man reported his ex-girlfriend has been harassing him.
A Gumlog Rd. man reported six males attacked him and stole $220 in cash and a gold bracelet.
Employee at Enmark reported two people pumped $25.01 and $10 in gas and did not pay.
A Lewis St. woman reported someone keeps harassing her.
A N. Coleman St. man reported someone broke into his residence and stole a few items.
A N. Green St. woman reported her boyfriend grabbed her neck and hit her.
A woman who parked at Wal-Mart reported someone damaged her vehicle.
A S. Racetrack St. woman reported an unidentified male punched her son.
A woman at Waffle King reported a man, who was identified, threatened her with a knife.
A Lewis St. woman reported a man, whom she identified, hurt her back.
An Abundance St. woman reported a woman, whom she identified, threatened her.
Employee at Flash Foods on N. Main St. reported an unknown black male wearing a ski mask and carrying a small handgun robbed the store of $51.