Sheriff’s Report: Domestic incidents reported

by | November 30, 2005 12:00 am

Emanuel County Sheriff’s deputies reported numerous domestic incidents and other cases. Cases logged are:

Nov. 21

A Canady Lane, Canoochee man reported his grandson took three checks from him and cashed them without his permission.

Nov. 22

A Flanders Rd., Kite man reported the tag on his trailer is missing.

A Lindsey Rd., Swainsboro man reported people form the other trailer park standing his yard and watch his TV.

An Injunction Rd., Swainsboro woman reported a man, whom she identified, threatened to break her neck.

Nov. 24

A man hunting on property on Earl Rd. reported the owners threatened to shoot him.

An E. Pine St., Swainsboro woman reported a man, whom she identified, hit her on her head several times.

Nov. 25

A woman in Adrian on Hwy. 15 reported a man, whom she identified, broke her car window with his fist and threatened her.

A Lyons woman reported someone painted her car and stuffed fish into the tailpipe of the vehicle.

Nov. 26

A Wilson Rd. man reported a man, whom he identified, stole his deer stand.

Deputy reported an abandoned vehicle on Hwy. 297.

A Stevens Crossing Rd. reported someone entered his home and stole his friend’s cell phone and wallet containing $82.

Alejandro Otero, 24, Lyons, was arrested for public intoxication.

Nov. 27

Matthew Wilkes, 26, 109 Christopher Dr., Swainsboro, was arrested for criminal trespass.

A woman who was driving on Old Kenfield Rd. reported she ran the vehicle into a ditch.

A Waller wood Circle woman reported her father threatened her. The father denied the allegation and said the daughter was angry because he would not by her any meth.

Maria Luis Luna, 19, 210 N. 2nd St., Stillmore, was arrested for no license.

Ricardo Jose Monjaraz, 23, 210 N. 2nd St., Stillmore, was arrested for public intoxication.

A Midville man reported an abandoned boat on his property that had been stolen a month after the owner sold it.

A Hwy. 56 N., Midville man reported a man, whom he identified, kicked him on his leg. Both men had been drinking.

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