ECSO Reports 2-21-18

by | February 21, 2018 5:03 pm

   Deputies with the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) reported…
   Feb. 10

   Complainant filed a report in reference to damaged property and harassing text messages.

   Feb. 12

   Complainant reported her license plate as lost/stolen.

   Victim stated that an unknown offender had used his debit card without consent.
   Feb. 13

   Victim filed an assault/battery report after an offender started fighting her. Victim further stated that the same offender snatched her purse and took her cell phone. Victim was transported from the scene by EMS. Deputies were unable to locate the offender.

   Complainant reported an abandoned car on Bill Roundtree Road. Vehicle was removed by towing company.

   Victim stated he was traveling on Old Savannah Road when he struck a deer.

   Complainant stated that her residence on Highway 1 South had been burglarized.

   Feb. 14

   Victim filed a report in reference to offenders trespassing on his property and removing a deer stand.

   Victim stated that her residence on Long Bay had been burglarized.

   Feb. 15

   Deputies made an arrest on the grounds of an outstanding warrant.

   Deputies assisted Emanuel County fire units with a structure fire on South 3rd Street.

   Deputy conducted a welfare check on Rackettown Road.

   A complainant and a victim filed a report in reference to an offender violating a TPO.

   Feb. 16

   Deputy responded to a domestic dispute.

   Deputy responded to a traffic incident on Page Garrett Road.

   Complainant stated she received a W-2 by mail for a company she had never worked for.

   Complainant reported his license plate as lost/stolen.

   Feb. 17

   Victim struck a deer while traveling Highway 23 North.

   Complainant stated that an offender busted the front driver’s side window of her mother’s vehicle with a hammer. Complainant was advised of magistrate process.

   Feb. 18

   Deputies responded to a domestic dispute.

   Victim stated that an unknown offender had stolen his boat motor from his home while out of town.

   Victim stated that a known offender had been harassing him via text messages.

   Deputies responded to a domestic dispute.

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