Police Report 7-3-19

by | July 12, 2019 2:00 pm

Last Updated: July 12, 2019 at 9:43 am

Officers with the Swainsboro Police Department reported…

June 17

Victim reported theft by conversion after a past-employee refused to return a work truck. A BOLO has been issued on the involved vehicle, being a white in color Ford Ranger.

June 21

Officer responded to a medical setting on Kite Road in reference to an armed robbery. Upon arrival, victim reported an unknown subject wearing a shirt over his face began shooting at him while walking in the area of New Street near Lewis Street. It was further reported that the victim fell to the ground and tossed a small black bag containing $15 and possibly his house keys and identification card. The victim was then allegedly hit in the back of the head with a handgun but was able to flee on foot and immediately received medical attention. Emergency personnel was unable to observe any visible injuries of the attack.

Emanuel County 911 dispatched officer to an address on South Main Street in reference to a damaged car.

Victim reported theft by deception.

Officer assisted with a civil matter.

Officer made an arrest during a license checkpoint at Old Nunez Road and West Meadowlake Parkway.

Officer made an additional arrest during a license checkpoint at Old Nunez Road and West Meadowlake Parkway.

June 22

Officer was dispatched by Emanuel County 911 to an address on Lucky Street in reference to a 911 hang-up call.

Emanuel County 911 dispatched officer to a South Main Street address in reference to a shoplifting.

Officer was dispatched to an address on Market Street in reference to a vehicle parked in a driveway.

Officer assisted ECSO deputies with a domestic dispute at an Odomville Church Road address.

June 23

Officer responded to a Jones Avenue address in reference to a dispute.

Officer responded to South Main Street in reference to terroristic threats via computer/network.

Officer was dispatched to an address on East Pine Street in reference to a male and female fighting in a parking lot.

Officer responded to an address on Kite Road in reference to an irate female.

Emanuel County 911 contacted officer in reference to a wanted subject being seen on South Coleman Street. An arrest was made.

Officer was dispatched to an address on Lee Street in reference to items being stolen from a shed.

Officer performed a license check on West Moring Street. During this time, officer made contact with a driver who was talking on the phone with no seatbelt during the traffic stop. Further information informed officer that the operating vehicle had suspended registration and no insurance.

June 24

Complainant reported harassing communications.

Complainant reported a civil issue and was referred to the magistrate office.

Officer responded to an address on Richard Street in reference to a dog bite.

Victim reported being jumped by five offenders when he asked them to leave his property and reported to have been jumped by two of the same offenders later that night. Victim refused to provide any names of involved offenders.

Complainant reported her gun being stolen from her vehicle and later finding out a known offender taking it and claiming to have been “just messing with her.” The gun was returned to the complainant but was said to have been missing again.

Officer responded to an address on Victory Drive in reference to a burglary by forced entry. Video surveillance revealed a male subject breaking the entrance door with a brick and stealing cough syrup.

June 25

Complainant reported harassing phone calls.

Complainant reported a caution light changing from green to red while traveling from East Main to South Main and advised of not wanting to get a ticket for the technical error.

Victim reported a push mower being stolen from her residence while away at work. The victim stated the mower was chained and locked to her front porch and did not have

an idea as to who performed the crime.

Victim reported her missing dog, a white in color full-blooded American pit bull wearing a pink collar with a diamond studded heart. No signs indicated forceful entry during officer’s walkthrough. The victim was asked to send a picture of the dog to the SPD Facebook page and the Emanuel Co. Animal Shelter so they could notify others to keep an eye out and be aware that it is vicious.

June 26

Officer responded to a West MLK Boulevard address in reference to a burglary by forced entry. Upon arrival, victim reported of finding an unknown male subject sitting on an empty bed in one of the bedrooms. When offender seen victim, he exited out the window used for entrance. The victim stated that the offender had to have climbed through the window and over the bed to gain access to the residence. The victim also reported that the offender’s show fell off while exiting the residence. This shoe was placed into an evidence bag.

Complainant reported a female subject broke into her apartment in a physical form and took some items, three crossword puzzles, a charging cord, and some dishes. Complainant further advised that the female subject then left in a spirit form.

June 27

Officer responded to an address on Turner Drive in reference to an unwanted person. An arrest was made.

Officer made a traffic stop after observing a driver possibly using a cellular device while driving. During the traffic stop, officer learned that the driver’s license was suspended. The driver was then arrested and transported to the Emanuel County Jail, and the involved vehicle was turned over to a licensed driver.

Victim reported receiving terroristic threats via computer/network.

Officer responded to a North Main Street address in reference to a domestic dispute.

Complainant reported receiving a phone call from an unknown subject stating that her social security and passport

had been stolen and she needed to have her fingerprints taken again. The unknown subject, who advised that he was employed as head of the social security office in Washington, D.C., requested to receive additional information from the victim and advised the victim that she has three bank accounts opened in her name in California. The victim hung up the phone and immediately received a phone call from the Swainsboro Police Department who stated the police would be coming to her residence and citing the victim for driving while being on her phone.

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