ECSO report 7-26

by | July 27, 2017 4:48 pm

Deputies with the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) reported…

July 17

Deputy responded to a domestic dispute.

Complainant was traveling Highway 57 West when a flying rock struck the complainant’s vehicle.

Deputy was dispatched to 11 McCorkle Lane in reference to a burglary.

Complainant struck a deer while traveling Highway 23 North.

July 18

Complainant reported an unknown suspect trespassing on the property of 429 Ralph Smith Place, removing an expired tag from a green 1997 Ford Escort.

Deputy was dispatched to 214 Sheppard St. in reference to criminal trespass that occurred at 311 Advantage Ln.

Complainant stated that a rock cracked her windshield while passing a road construction area on Highway 56 South.

Deputies responded to 25 Quick Loop Lot No. 7 in reference to a domestic dispute.

Offender was served with a TPO without incident.

Deputy responded to Old Metter Road in reference to a complaint involving ATVs.

July 19

Offender was arrested on an active warrant out of Candler County.

Deputy responded to North Prong Road to assist a complainant who had slidden off the roadway and into the ditch.

Complainant reported an animal bite that had occurred at 988 Scarboro Church Rd.

Victim reported $1,000 is cash being removed from his residence.

Victim stated that an unknown suspected entered his residence and took approximately $37, two Zebco reels, a Zebco reel, and three rods.

Complainant reported several offenders trespassing on one of his rental properties.

Complainant stated that gravel from a road construction project on Highway 56 South damaged his windshield.

Officer responded to 141 Tiger Trl. in reference to terroristic threats.

July 20

Complainant stated that his windshield was damaged by a passing truck while traveling on Highway 56.

Officer responded to 510 Nenez-Lexsy Rd. and 517 Nunez-Lexsy Rd. in reference to verbal threats.

Deputy located a black in color trailer located in a wooded area near the interection of Lexsy Stillmore Rd. and Martin Rd. When the trailer’s VIN number was ran, the results came back as stolen. The deputy was also advised a John Deere zero turn mower was stolen along with the trailer.

July 21

Officer responded to 52 U.S. Hwy. 221 South in reference to a domestic dispute and assault/battery.

Victim reported harrassing communications from a known offender.

Victim stated he shot through his thigh while diassembling his pistol.

Deputy responded to 1866 GA-23 in reference to a domestic dispute.

Complainant stated a rock flew up and damaged her windshield while traveling Hwy. 56 South.

Vicim reported her boyfriend stole her black in color 2007 Ford Fusion. The offender refused to return the car when the victim requested, he stated he could possilby be heading to Florida.

July 22

Victim stated an unknown subject came on his property and stole his 2008 Kawasaki four-wheeler.

Deputy responded to an address on Canoochee Rd. in referece to a private property crash.

July 23

Deputies responded to 21 Bird Flanders Rd. in reference to terrositic threats/intimidation and disorderly conduct.

Deputy responded to 714 Old Blundale Rd. in reference to theft by taking.

Deputy conducted a traffic stop.

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