SPD Report 9-27
by Halei Lamb | September 28, 2017 9:57 am
Officers with the Swainsboro Police Department (SPD) reported…
Officers were dispatched to 612 S. Main St. in reference to an unruly subject. On scene, officers met a suspectedly drunken individual. After speaking to said individual, officers attempted to detain him for futher investigation, at which time he resisted. Offender was eventually placed under arrest and transported to the county jail.
Officer responded to 177 Georgia Highway 56 North in reference to a subject trespassing. Complainant stated that the offender had been in his home and took his vehicle. Officer spoke with a witness, who confirmed the complainant’s statement. Officer also spoke with the offender, who denied the allegations. Complainant stated he wished to press charges, at which point the offender was arrested and transported to the jail.
Officer conducted a traffic stop and spoke with the driver, who showed signs of being under the influence. Officer searched the vehicle and found several small pieces of a loose, green leafy substance. Offender then admitted to having smoked marijuana in the vehicle, was placed under arrest, and transported to the hospital for a consentful blood draw.
Officer responded to 335 E. Pine St. and met with the complainant, who reported damaged property.
Officer responded to 212 North Main in reference to a report. Officers met a subject atop a vehicle, screaming, jumping, and banging on the vehicle’s windows. Victim stated that the offender was upset with her for personal reasons. Offender was placed under arrest on the grounds of disorderly conduct and was transported for booking.
Officer responded to a local business in reference to a shoplifting report.
An individual visited Swainsboro Police Department for the purpose of obtaining a work excuse after having been in court two days prior. Officer was notified that the subject had an outstanding bench warrant. Officer responded to the police department and spoke with the individual, who indicated that she thought the matter had been resolved. Officer then informed her that it had not been resolved and transported her to the jail.
Officer conducted a traffic stop, met the driver, and requested her license, at which point the offender indicated she did not have a valid license. Further investigation revealed said license to be suspended. Offender was asked to step out of the car and complied. She was arrested and transported to the jail.
Officer conducted a traffic stop and requested the driver’s license, at which point the driver indicated his license was suspended. Officer noted signs of the driver being under the influence and inquired as to whether he was, in fact, under the influence. Offender admitted to having drank alcoholic beverages earlier that day. Offender was then given a field sobriety test and after a positive result for alcohol, officer read the offender the Georgia consent warning for individuals over the age of 21. Offender agreed to submit a breath sample at the jail, thus, he was transported, where he received citations.