ECSO Report 11-22-17
by Halei Lamb | November 28, 2017 3:04 pm
Deputies with the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office reported…
Complainant reported child custody incident.
Deputies were dispatched to Pinetucky Road, near Cordie Road, in reference to a complainant striking a deer with his car.
Deputies were dispatched to 124 Falcon Trl. in reference to criminal trespass and assault.
Deputies were dispatched to I-16 East in reference to a complainant striking a deer with his car.
Complainant stated that a known offender took several tools from the job site.
Caretaker of a victim filed a missing persons report.
Complainant reported a civil incident.
Complainant struck a deer while traveling on Highway 56 North.
Complainant stated the offender threw the complainant’s laptop out the window while traveling on I-16.
Complainants reported a criminal trespassing incident.
Complainant stated an offender accidentally ran into the side of her building and caused damage.
Complainant reported striking a deer while traveling on Highway 23 North.
Victim stated that a bag of assorted wrenches had been stolen from her front porch.
Deputies responded need to a call from Toombs County in reference to a truck hauling an oversized piece of equipment. Said driver/vehicle tore down powerlines while traveling through Vidalia. Offender was stopped in Nunez and was informed on damage caused.
Deputies were dispatched to Bishop Chapel Road in reference to a vehicle collision in which the offender had left the scene.
Victim stated that an unknown offender had kicked open her front door and threw a brick through a window. Two small air conditioners and food items were stolen from inside.
Complainant filed a report in reference to her mother’s car being taken without permission numerous times.