by Halei Lamb | June 29, 2016 4:59 pm
Last Updated: June 29, 2016 at 10:25 am
Emanuel County Sheriff’s duties reported
Victim stated the offenders were allowing her daughter to be beat up by other relatives.
Officers responded to an officer in need of assistance where the offender was being combative and uncooperative.
Victim on Red Oak Rd. stated her vehicle was damaged over night.
Victim on Findley Cemetery Rd. stated a four wheeler was missing from his property.
Complainant on McKenzie Dr. stated she could hear someone beating on her door and on the side of her house under her window.
The offender’s driver side headlight was out. When officer attempted to make a traffic stop the driver fled the scene causing a car chase to start.
Officers responded to Modoc Center Rd. in reference toa a domestic dispute.
Complainant on Oak Grove Church Rd. stated she got into an argument with the victim which is her daughter. The victim left the residence stating she was going to run away.
Deputies responded to Foljambi Lane in reference to the offenders taking items from the residence.
Complainant on Dellwood Main St. stated the offender drove to her residence uninvited and when asked to leave the offender sat in the driveway blowing the car horn.
Victim on Dellwood Main St. stated that a washing machine was taken from under a shelter at her residence.
Victim on Falcon Trail stated the offender kicked in her door and started screaming and cursing at her.
Victim stated the offender scratched her car and has been sending threatening text messages.
Victim on Dellwood Main St. stated sometime during the night an unknown animal attempted to get on the hood of her vehicle causing damage to the vehicle.
Driver stated a deer ran out in front of her vehicle while she was traveling on Hwy. 56.
Victim on Bream Ln. stated the suspect had been staying with him for a couple of days. The complainant stated they got into an argument and the suspect became violent.
Victim’s vehicle has two bullet holes during an incident at Bishop Chapel Rd.
Deputies responded to a shooting at Bishop Chapel Rd.
Complainant on Summertown Church Rd. stated someone entered the back door of her residence.
Victim on on Azalea Circle Ext. stated two vehicles were left unlocked and an unknown offender entered them stealing two wallets.
Victim was traveling on Hwy 297 when she struck a deer receiving moderate damage to her vehicle.