Sheriff’s Report for June 1, 2011

by | May 31, 2011 9:19 pm

   Emanuel County Sheriff’s Deputies reported:

   May 23

   Victim stated that an unknown suspect broke into her residence

on S.W. Railroad Ave. and stole multiple items.

   Victim on Kemp Rd. stated that her neighbor’s dog keeps getting

loose from it’s chain and chases her children.

   Victim stated that an unknown suspect damaged her mailbox on

Briarcliff Rd.

   Victim stated that while she was traveling on Fairground Rd., an

oncoming vehicle moved into her lane and she moved over to the

shoulder and struck a mailbox.

   Victim struck a turkey while traveling on Hwy 80 East causing

moderate damage to the vehicle.

   Victim stated that an unknown suspect broke the glass out of the

side door of her residence on Miller Bailey Rd.

   Caretaker of the victim’s property on Condor Rd. stated that he

saw two unknown suspects leaving the property. Multiple items were

missing from the property.

   May 24

   Victim stated that the suspect entered his vehicle while it was

parked at Caraway Quick Stop and removed several items from it.

   Victim on Marylynn Dr. stated that the suspect threatened him

with a knife and pushed his stepson.

   Victim struck a deer while traveling on Hwy 1 S. causing

extensive damage to the vehicle.

   May 25 

   Complainant on Hwy 1 N. stated that the suspect was in the

bedroom with his 14 year old daughter.

   Victim struck a deer while traveling on Hwy 1 S. causing

moderate damage to the vehicle.

   May 26 

   Victim stated that the suspect broke out the windshield of her

with his fist while on Scuffletown Rd.

   Witness stated that the suspect was trespassing on the victim’s

property on N. 2nd St. Suspect was advised not to return without

the landlord present.

   Victim stated that an unknown suspect stole a trailer from his

residence on Trent Tyler Rd.

   Victim stated that she parked her vehicle in the Criders parking

lot and when she returned the windshield was cracked.

   Victim on Gar Rd. stated that the suspect came to his residence

and started an altercation. Victim stated that he has a restraining

order against the suspect. The suspect has been following him

around and sends e-mails to his cousin containing vulgar

language.

   May 28

   Victim stated that the offender jumped on top of his vehicle

while on Leopard Dr. and began beating the vehicle and broke out

the back window.

   Suspect was arrested on Kemp Rd. for disorderly conduct.

   May 29

   Victim stated that an unknown suspect stole his handgun from his

residence on Hwy 297.

   Victim struck a deer while traveling on Hwy 56 N. causing slight

damage to the vehicle.

   Victim struck an owl while traveling on Hwy 221 S. causing

moderate damage to the vehicle.

   Victim stated that the suspect shot several times in his

direction while he was swimming in the river near the Griffin Ferry

Bridge. 

   Victim on Blundale Church Rd. stated that the suspect has been

calling his phone and harassing him. The suspect thinks that the

victim has been seeing his wife.

   Victim stated that an unknown suspect stole several items from

her residence on Lake Luck Dr.

   While the subjects were traveling on Hwy 4 N., the driver’s side

mirror of each subjects vehicle hit the driver’s side mirror of the

others.

   May 30

   Victim stated that an unknown suspect stole a two ton air

conditioner and cut the copper pipe off of another at a building

his doing work to on Hwy 56 S.

   Suspect was arrested for no insurance after failing to stop at

the four way stop at the intersection of Old McLeod Bridge Rd. and

Cowford Bridge Rd.

   Victim on McKenzie Dr. called 911 due to her daughters fighting

at her house. One was charged with disorderly conduct and arrested

and the other was taken to Emanuel Medical due to chest pains and

was issued a citation for disorderly conduct.

   Victim on Owen Bailey Rd. stated that the suspect called and

threatened to kill him.

   Victim on Billups Rd. stated that she saw a shadow in her yard

and someone shined a light.

   Victim on Bonnie Blue Lane stated that he was working at the

edge of their property line when suspects dogs charged his dogs.

The dogs began fighting and victim and witness was trying to break

them up. When they got the dogs apart, the suspect charged the dogs

with a knife and stabbed one of them in the side. Victim then

pushed the suspect back with his hand, telling him not to hurt the

dogs. Suspect made a threatening gesture, holding the knife back

like he was going to cut the victim. Suspect admitted to stabbing

the dog.

   May 31 

   Victim went to her property on Foskey Rd. and someone had taken

the control panel for the well pump from the block house.

   Victim on Farm Circle Rd. stated that the suspect placed

threatening messages towards him on Facebook.               

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