ECSO Report 9-27
by Halei Lamb | September 28, 2017 9:59 am
Deputies with the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) reported…
Deputies responded to a domestic dispute at 2689 Highway 1 North.
Victim stated the offender threatened to hit him with a bat.
Complainant reported criminal trespass and damage to property from a known offender.
Complainant reported wanting a refund after having paid rent to the landlord due to unexpected fees with having lights turned on at the rental property.
Victim reported terroristic threats from an offender.
Witness reported catching a suspect hunting on the victim’s land without permission.
Complainant stated he struck a deer while traveling west on Kite Road.
Complainant stated she struck a deer while traveling south on Highway 56.
Complainant stated she struck a deer while traveling on Highway 23.
Complainant reported criminal trespass of a known offender.
Victim reported returning home from a shopping trip with his family only to find his chihuahua’s head missing and lying in the living room floor.
Deputies were dispatched to 974 Hwy. 57 East in reference to criminal trespass.
Deputy was requested to assist SPD officer in reference to an animal collision involving an SPD patrol vehicle.
Victim reported harassing communications.
Deputies were dispatched to 84 New Life Rd. in reference to a domestic dispute.
Complainant reported his vehicle was struck with a tree during a recent storm.
Victim at 419 Azalea Cir. Ext. reported an unknown person had entered her vehicles and stolen $20 from one of them.
Victim stated his firearm was missing from his vehicle.
Complainant wished to have the tag office issue a replacement license plate, thus filed a report for the purpose of reference.
Complainant stated that he and the offender were moving in together at 108 Buckwill Dr. According to the complainant, offender took items belonging to him, left, and went to her mother’s house. Deputy advised offender’s mother to see that any property belonging to the complainant was returned to him.
Victim stated she was traveling Highway 80 East when she struck a deer with her vehicle.
Complainant stated his vehicle rolled into his garage, causing extensive damage to both the walls of the garage and moderate damage to the vehicle’s windshield.
Complainant stated that the offender backed into his vehicle and caused damage, at which point the offender left the scene and went to his residence. Complainant called offender and beckoned him to return. Deputies responded and spoke to both parties. Offender’s sobriety was tested, which led to his arrest.
Trailer pulled by victim caught fire on I-16 West near Mile Marker 91. Trailer was removed by wrecking company. Oak Park Fire and Police Departments responded.
Deputy was dispatched to 556 Highway 57 East in reference to an unwanted subject. Deputy met with offender and advised him to leave the residence and not return, per the complaiant’s wishes, or risk arrest on criminal trespass charges. Offender left the scene.
Complainant stated he was traveling on Highway 56 North near Blun when he struck a cow.