ECSO Report 11-29-17
by Halei Lamb | November 29, 2017 2:23 pm
Deputies with the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) reported…
Complainant filed a report in reference to an unknown offender killing his puppies.
Offender was arrested for a probation violation warrant and was transported
Complainant filed a report after finding a vehicle cut into pieces in the woods. Responding deputy located the VIN and ran it through dispatch, which came back as stolen from out of town.
Victim reported her hand gun as missing.
Deputy responded to a call in reference to a missing elderly female. Said female was located in the woods across from her residence prior to deputy’s arrival.
Complainant filed a report in reference to losing/misplacing her hand gun.
Complainant filed a report in reference to her nail guns being stolen by a known offender. Offender was arrested and transported to the jail without incident.
Complainant stated that his wallet, cell phone, car keys, and prescription pain medication had been stolen by a known offender.
Complainant filed a report in reference to an unknown subject hunting near his residence at night. Said residence received damage from what appeared to be a .22 caliber bullet.
Offender was arrested for a probation violation warrant and transported to the county jail.
Complainant struck a deer while traveling Old Kenfield Road.
Complainant struck a deer while traveling Highway 221 North.
Complainant stated dogs from a nearby residence came onto his property and attacked his dogs.
Deputies responded to a domestic dispute.
Complainant filed a report in reference to harassing text messages.
Complainant struck a deer while traveling on Lambs Bridge Road.
Victim struck a squirrel while traveling on Modoc Road.
Complainant received a counterfeit bill while dining at a local restaurant.
Complainant filed a report in reference to terroristic threats/intimidation.
Deputy responded to Emanuel Medical Center (EMC) in reference to a male subject with a gun shot wound sustained while quail hunting. Case was given to Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
Deputies responded to 824 S. Old Reidsville Road in reference to an emergency airplane landing. Deputies made contact with the victim—the pilot—who appeared to be uninjured. The plane was undamaged as well.
Complainant filed a report in reference to fraud.
Complainants filed a report in reference to disturbing the peace.
Deputies assisted a complainant whose vehicle had been wrongly repossessed.
Deputies were dispatched to Highway 56 South and arrested an offender for outstanding warrants, who was then transferred to the Emanuel County Jail.