ECSO Report 10-9-19

by | October 9, 2019 2:12 pm

Deputies with the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) recently reported…

October 1

Complainant reported fraudulent activity.

Deputy responded to a Pike Johnson Road address in reference to a domestic dispute.

Victim reported allowing a known subject to borrow a trailer two months ago and has not received it back.

Deputies assisted GSP with a two-vehicle crash at Highway 23 North and Tumpy Road.

Complainant reported a known subject entering an unoccupied residence belonging to a family member without permission and feeding stray animals at the location.

October 2

Deputy responded to an address on Long Bay Drive in reference to assist animal control and code enforcement with a dog being reported to chained outside with no food or water and having little shade. Animal control picked up some animals and stated would return to collect the remainder involved animals.

Complainant reported a lost vehicle tag.

October 3

Complainant reported harassing communications from a past landlord demanding money.

Deputies were dispatched to Highway 80 East in reference to a welfare check. It was reported that the operator of the vehicle was driving recklessly and had pulled off the roadway. Upon arrival, the driver was found to be slumped over and sweating. EMS was contacted, who responded to the scene to evaluate and transport the driver to a medical setting for further evaluation.

October 4

Deputy made an arrest without incident in reference to a magistrate warrant on a male subject.

Deputies assisted GSP with a two-vehicle crash at U.S. 1 South and I-16.

October 5

Complainant reported that an offender refused to allow her to have her dog back after the offender had kept the involved dog for the past three years.

Complainant reported criminal trespass.

October 6

Deputies responded to an address on Fairground Road in reference to a dispute. Upon arrival, deputies were informed by the victim that the offender had entered her home after she had opened the door and laid on the victim’s couch. When asked why he entered the residence by deputies, the offender responded that he was sick and needed some help. When asked if he needed medical attention, the offender refused and was then taken into custody without incident and transported to the Emanuel County Jail.

October 7

Complainant reported a domestic dispute after confronting a known offender about plundering through her belongings.

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