Sheriff’s Reports: November 30, 2016

by | November 30, 2016 2:59 pm

Last Updated: November 30, 2016 at 9:27 am

Emanuel County Sheriff’s deputies reported…

November 21

Victim stated that the offender had entered the residence uninvited and attacked. Deputies observed marks consistent with having been struck.

Complainant stated that while traveling on Blun Road, a white male driving a pick-up truck with a horse trailer attempted to pass on a dirt road and almost ran her party in the ditch.

November 23

Complainant stated that an officer of the Stillmore Police Department had damaged his patrol vehicle while on duty.

Victim stated that a rifle went missing from his residence after the offender visited the week prior. Victim had been informed that the offender had tried to sell the firearm in town.

November 24

Victim called to file a report in reference to an unwelcomed offender on his property.

Deputy responded in reference to a reckless driver on an ATV. The responding deputy witnessed the reckless driving and attempted to stop the driver, who instead fled. When the deputy located the offender, he was noncompliant, causing him to be transported to Emanuel County Jail, where he later requested to speak to the deputy and stated that he shouldn’t have fled but didn’t know what else to do.

Deputy was dispatched in reference to a child custody issue.

November 25

Deputies were dispatched in reference to night hunting and the offenders still being on the property. Upon arrival, officers located one of the offenders, who indicated two other offenders being involved. The remaining two offenders visited the county jail, and all were cited by DNR.

Deputies were dispatched in reference to a victim wanting to file a report of an assault that had occurred at the incident location. Victim stated that he was invited to the location by one of the two offenders. When the victim arrived, he noted that both offenders began acting strangely and began attacking him. Reporting deputies were unable to make contact with either of the two offenders. Victim declined medical treatment and was advised of warrant procedures.

Complainant stated she was traveling on Old Mcleods Bridge Rd. when she struck an opossum.

Victim contacted deputy to report a lost wallet containing important personal information.

Complainant stated he was walking down Advantage Lane when a dog came running into the road and bit his pants leg.

Victim stated he was traveling west on Highway 80 when he struck a deer.

Victim stated that on November 16, an unknown offender had stolen a shotgun from his residence while at work. Victim provided a list of possible offenders and stated that one of these was attempting to sell a shotgun he believed to be stolen as well.

Deputies responded in reference to a burglary. On arrival, the victim identified the missing item and provided a list of possible offenders.

Deputy was dispatched in reference to a burglary. On arrival, deputies were informed by the victim that multiple boxes of tools had been taken from one of his many buildings.

November 26

Deputies were dispatched to the Emanuel County Jail to speak with a complainant, who stated that the offender had taken the keys to her vehicle and would not give them back. Deputies went with the complainant to the residence but were unable to locate the keys. The complainant was then advised of civil procedures.

Complainant stated that she had backed into another vehicle at Sweet Tea Grille, causing slight damage.

Deputies responded to U.S. 1 South near Oak Island at the request of the fire department. A fire started near a pond behind Oak Island, and in the pond were several vehicles.

Deputies were dispatched in reference to a vehicle parked at the incident location being shot at. On arrival, deputies determined that no shots had been fired, and the sound that the complainant and victim described as gun shots was instead a window in a vehicle being busted out.

November 27

Victim stated she was traveling on Highway 1 South when she struck a deer.

Victim stated that he was traveling on Bishop Chapel Church Road close to Canoochee Road when his vehicle struck a ditch.

Deputies assisted Twin City Police Department and the Georgia State Patrol with a single vehicle rollover with entrapment on Old Swainsboro Road at Lane Avenue.

Deputy responded to 3961 Highway 192 South in reference to an alarm call.

Victim stated he was walking his dog when two wild dogs attempted to attack his dog. Victim attempted to intervene and was bitten. Victim then visited the ER for treatment.

Victim called to file a report in reference to dogs barking.

Victim called to file a report in reference to hitting a deer.

Victim called to file a report in reference to hitting a deer.

Victim stated that an unknown individual took approximately 500 bales of pine straw out of the woods where he was raking.

Complainant stated he was traveling on Bell Road when he struck a deer.

November 28

Victim stated she was traveling south on U.S. 1 when she swerved to miss a deer, lost control of the vehicle, struck a yield sign, and ran into a guard rail.

Deputy was dispatched in reference to a theft. On arrival, the victim stated that the offender stole tools and left the residence. Victim also informed the deputy that the offender returned to the residence to give the tools back to avoid getting in trouble.

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