by Emanuel County Live | August 29, 2007 12:00 am
Emanuel County Sheriff’s deputies reported the following cases:
A Kersey St. woman reported that her husband forged several checks without her permission. Arrested was Shellie Ritchie Bradley, 42, 203 Kersey St., Swainsboro.
A Cowford Bridge Rd. man reported he accidently backed his vehicle into a pine tree.
A Nunez Lexy Rd. woman reported getting into an argument about the electric bill. She returned the money and requested the offender leave her residence .
A Lake Luck Dr. woman reported a man, who was identified, entered her house without permission and grabbed her by the hair. She thinks the offender was under the influence of drugs.
A Summertown Green St. woman reported a man, who was identified, was under the influence of alcohol and arguing with her in front of her grandchildren. The offender hit the woman and pushed her down.
A W. 4th Ave. man was attacked in the Time Saver parking lot by two men, who were identified. The men hit him all over his body with a brick and baseball bat.
A woman driving on Hwy. 80 east reported hitting a deer.
A Modoc Rd. woman reported she and her boyfriend got into an argument which led to his being very aggressive and abusive towards her.
A Harris Ln. woman reported a man, who was identified, sold the AC unit out of a building she was renting to the offender, to another man. Arrested was, Grady Evans, 46, 26 Harris Ln., theft by conversion.
A Dellwood Rd. woman reported a man, who was identified, was given permission to pick up her vehicle but that when it was returned, her CD player was missing.
An Elmer St. man reported someone entered his work vehicle and stole refrigerator charging scales and a gas manifold set.
A Fairground Rd. man reported someone took the locks of the Jaycee Building at the fairgrounds and stole several food and drink items.
A Hwy. 192 north man reported someone painted profanity words on Hwy. 56 north.
AWadley Coleman Lake Rd. woman reported someone tried to gain her insurance information through a telephone scam.
A Heritage Healthcare employee reported someone stole her vehicle tag while she was at work.
A Modoc Rd. woman reported a woman, who was identified, owes her $300 dollars and refuses to pay her.A
Hwy. 56 south man reported someone split his door frame in an attempt to break into his apartment.
A Kea’s Methodist Church employee reported someone broke into the building and caused damage to the front door and social hall window. The offenders removed the air conditioner and stole wicker furniture.
An Old Wadley Rd. woman reported a man, who was identified, has been trying to trap animals that have been destroying his garden.
A Buckwill Dr. woman reported her neighbor witnessed a man, who was identified, beat open the door to her residence with a hammer and take several items.
A woman driving on Hwy. 57 east reported hitting a deer.
A Fanning Circle Dr. woman reported getting into an argument with a man, who was identified, over a phone. The man threatened to throw the phone into the pond behind the house. It was later discovered he actually just hid it but refused to reveal the location.
A Crestview woman reported a man, who was identified, put a knife to her throat. The offender had been living with her previously but had been asked to leave. The offender later returned to the residence and broke down the door. Arrested was Larry Donaldson, 52, 1460 Hwy 80 east, for disorderly conduct.
A Bonsue Dr. man reported a trailer caused damaged to his driveway.
A Corlies Ave., New Jersey, woman reported her vehicle broke down on 1-16.
A Crawford St., Wadley, woman reported she was traveling behind a dump truck carrying gravel on Hwy. 1 south when a piece of gravel flew out and damaged her windshield.
A woman driving on Harold Cemetary Rd. reported hitting a deer.
A Savannah Rd., Midville, man reported a man, who was identified, stabbed him twice during an argument. Arrested was Otis McCoy, 48, Kemp Rd., for disorderly conduct.
A Williamson St., Oak Park, man reported someone cut his fence and stole his cast iron boiler.
A Legion Dr., Waynesboro, woman reported her ex-husband was supposed to return her son after visitation but has yet to do so.