by Emanuel County Live | April 25, 2007 12:00 am
Emanuel County Sheriff’s deputies reported the following cases:
A Bennett’s Landing man reported he lost his cell phone.
A Pearl Rd., Twin City man reported someone damaged his house windows with a BB gun.
A Canoochee Rd. woman reported someone stole several items from her home.
A Bishop Chapel Church Rd. woman reported someone is spinning tires on her gravel road.
An East Main St., Adrian woman reported her ex-husband hit her and held a knife to the throat.
A man driving on U.S. Hwy. 1 S. reported a piece of gravel flew off a dump truck and damaged his vehicle.
AMartin Rd., Twin City man reported someone was trespassing on his property.
A man driving on Hwy. 56 N. reported hitting a deer.
A Green Spence Rd., Midville woman reported her husband threw a chair at the dishes and threatened to “blow their brains out.” Victim said he has told his children he was going to kill himself. Victim is a afraid for her safety.
A Lambs Bridge Rd. man reported he lost his vehicle tag.
A Hwy. 56 N. woman reported an unidentified caller has been harassing her.
A man driving on Hwy. 80 E. reported hitting a deer.
A Nunez-Lexsy Rd., Nunez man reported a woman, who was identified, stole his revolver.
A Lakewood Dr., Swainsboro woman reported a man, who was identified, sold a riding lawnmower than she loaned him.
A Rheney Rd. woman reported the ex-wife of her fiancé keeps harassing her.
A Swainsboro man reported an unknown person tried to sell him two drills that had been stolen. Case file opened.
A Meadow Rd. woman reported she is receiving annoying and obscene text messages from an unknown caller.
Officer reported a woman, who was identified, was found asleep in a vehicle in a ditch on Leman Rd.
Employee at Western Express Inc. reported a man, who was identified, had quit his job but failed to return the tractor trailer.
A woman who parked her car at Swainsboro Speedway reported someone damaged the vehicle.
A man driving on U.S Hwy. 1 S. reported hitting a dog.
An E. Pine St. man reported a man, who was identified, stole his carburetor and sold it.