Sheriff Report

by | November 30, 2009 12:00 am

Emanuel County Sheriff’s Deputies reported:

November 20

Victim on Fairground Rd. stated that the suspect sold him a vehicle that had the title pawned.

November 21

Victim on Fowler Rd. stated that his wife pointed a gun at him while he was drunk.

Victim on West 4th Ave. stated that an unknown suspect stole a computer from his business.

Victim on Railroad St. stated that an unknown suspect was shooting and keeping him awake.

Victim on Hwy 221 N. stated that an unknown suspect took several items from his junkyard.

Suspect attempted to elude officer on Hwy 56.

Victim on Longbay Dr. stated that the suspect scratched her arm and jumped on the hood of her vehicle and punched the windshield.

November 22

Charlie’s Collision removed a motorcycle that was abandoned on Hawhammock Rd.

Victim on Old Wadley Rd. stated that two unknown suspects entered her residence and trashed her room.

Victim on Eagle Pass stated that the suspects have been harassing her for about a month.

November 23

Victim stated that the suspect stopped in the middle of Hwy 1 and the victim had to swerve into the ditch to avoid hitting the suspects vehicle.

Vicim on Youngblood St. stated that he bought a vehicle from the suspect and the suspect sold the title of the vehicle to Titlemax.

Victim on Dellwood Rd. stated that the suspect went through her mail.

Victim on Cutoff Way stated that the suspect threatened her.

November 24

Victim on Ehrlich Farm Rd. stated that she bought some property with a house on it. She stated that someone was living in the house and she needed deputies to check on it so she could file a dispossessory.

Victim on Hwy 80 East stated that an unknown suspect placed a dead dog into the middle of her driveway.

Victim on Buckwill Dr. stated that the suspects threatened to burn her house down.

Victim on Quick Loop Stated that the suspect came to his residence and pointed a rifle at him and his family.

Victim on Old Wadley Rd. stated that he had been burglarized three times in one week.

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