Sheriff Report for the week of November 27, 2013

by | November 26, 2013 4:23 pm

Emanuel County Sheriff’s Deputies reported:

   November 18

   Victim on Ricksville Rd. stated that an unknown suspect opened the doors to his vehicle while he was in his residence, but nothing was missing from his vehicle.

   Victim on Marliegh Farm Rd. stated that the suspect’s tire blew out and it hit the victim’s vehicle, causing damage.

   November 19

   Victim on Plantation Dr. stated that the suspect attempted to steal from her property.   

   Victim on Joe Underwood Rd. stated that an unknown suspect entered his residence and took a pair of 1 1/2 carat diamond studs without his permission.

   November 20

   Victim struck a deer while traveling on Hwy. 56 N., causing moderate damage to the vehicle.

   Victim struck a deer while traveling on Hwy. 23 S., causing moderate damage to the vehicle.

   Victim struck a deer while traveling on Hwy. 57 W., causing slight damage to the vehicle.

   November 21

   Victim struck a deer while traveling on Hwy. 57 E., causing moderate damage to the vehicle.

   Victim on Stevens Dr. feels that he and the offender’s child is being neglected while in custody of the offender.

   Offender on N. 2nd St. was arrested for outstanding warrants without incident.

   November 22

   Victim on Kemp Rd. stated that the suspect stole several items from his shed.

   November 23

   Victim struck a deer while traveling on Griffin Ferry Rd., causing moderate damage to the vehicle.

   Victim on Hwy. 86 E. stated that she and the suspect are going through a divorce and the suspect has been removing things from the residence before the hearing to see who gets what.

   Victim on Lucky St. stated that the suspect used foul language in front of her and her child.

   November 24

   Victim on Drew Land stated that the suspect has their child and refuses to bring the child home on time.

   November 25

   Victim struck a deer while traveling on Hwy. 56 South, causing extensive damage to the vehicle.

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