Sheriff Report for the week of June 25, 2014

by | June 24, 2014 4:41 pm

Emanuel County Sheriff’s Deputies reported:

   June 13

   Victim on Buckeye Rd. stated that the suspect refused to allow her to pick up their children for her weekend of custody.

   June 14

   Victim on Oak Valley Rd. stated that the suspect came to her residence very intoxicated and started hitting her in the mouth, causing injury.

   Victim on Mitzi Lane stated that he gave the suspect $2,900 to get materials to build him a porch and the suspect took the money and has not built the porch.

   Victim on Hwy. 56 N. stated that the suspect came to his residence, started an altercation and attempted to cut him with a knife.

   June 15

   Victim on Lindsey Rd. stated that the suspect broke into her residence and went through her belongings. Victim stated that nothing was missing at the time.

   June 16

   Victim on Lake Luck Dr. stated that an unknown suspect backed over her vehicle, causing damage. 

   Victim on Abundance St. stated that an unknown suspect came into her grandmother’s yard where her vehicle was parked and keyed her vehicle.

   June 17

   Victim struck a deer while traveling on Old Garfield Rd., causing extensive damage to the vehicle.

   Victim on Hwy. 56 S. stated that the bought a prepaid credit card from a local place of business and, when he attempted to use it, he was told that the money had already been used off of the card.

   Victim on Wildcat Rd. stated that he came home and noticed his horse missing from his residence. Victim believes the suspect opened the gate and let the horse out.

   June 18

   Victim on Tyson St. stated that an unknown suspect came onto his property and removed several items of scrap out from under his shed.

   Victim on Drew Lane stated that the suspect is sending her harassing text messages, accusing her of tampering with her mail. Victim stated that the suspect is her ex-husband’s girlfriend.

   Victim on Pinetucky Rd. stated that the suspect cut her fence and attempted to lure, with feed, several of her horses onto his property.

   Victim on Forest Creek stated that an unknown suspect took several pieces of gold jewelry from her residence without her permission.

   June 20

   Victim on Buckeye Rd. stated that an unknown suspect broke into her residence, caused extensive damage and stole several items from the home as well.

   Victim stated that she met an unknown suspect while traveling on Hwy. 46 East and the suspect threw an unknown object at her windshield, causing damage.

   Victim on Rufus Jones Rd. stated that she and the suspect got into an altercation and the suspect threw her to the ground.

   June 21

   Victim on Pendleton Springs Rd. stated that he and his wife got into an altercation. Victim stated that he wanted her gone from the residence.

   Victim on Hawhammock Church Rd. stated that an unknown suspect came onto his property and stole his lawn mower. 

   June 22

   Victim on Cowford Bridge Rd. stated that the suspect got angry at her and struck her in the face several times.

   Victim on Kent Loop stated that an unknown suspect stole his fishing poles from his residence.

   Victim on Railroad Ave. stated that an unknown vehicle has been parked in her driveway and, when she approaches the vehicle, it leaves.

   June 23

   Victim on Rivoli Dr. stated that she planted several plants on her property and an unknown suspect stole the plants while she was away from her residence.

   Victim on Big Creek Rd. stated that an unknown suspect stole his chain saw from his residence.

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