Sheriff’s Report:

by | June 28, 2006 12:00 am

Miscellaneous reports made

Emanuel County Sheriff’s deputies reported:

June 20

A Wheeler Drive woman reported that someone was inside her house when she got home. Reporting deputy found suspect, who was identified, and her boyfriend inside the victim’s home. Victim had locked the doors, but suspect came in through a back window.

A Piney Grove Rd., Midville woman reported that he was parked at Cross Green Park while he was playing ball, and when he returned to his car, the front passenger side was dented.

A RR2, Metter man reported that his pickup was parked at Crider’s in Stillmore and the passenger side rear door glass was found to be broken out by the guard. Nothing was missing from the pickup.

June 21 A Mustang Rd. woman reported that she purchased a motorcycle for her son, but that he is no longer in possession of it. She suspects that it was traded for drugs. The motorcycle, which is registered in her name, was recovered on McLeod Bridge Road when it ran out of gas.

An Ed’s Truck Stop employee reported that the defendant, who was identified, pumped $10 worth of gas, came inside and paid for the gas, then went back outside and pumped another $25.45 worth of gas and drove off without paying.

A Center Street woman reported that she witnessed a fight between her cousin and the defendant, who was identified. When she tried to stop the fight, she and the defendant began to fight, and she was hit on the right side of her face and lost a tooth.

An officer reported that someone forced their way in the rear door of the store, Los Salinas Store in Stillmore, and took an unknown amount of beer from the rear cooler. Attempts were made to contact owners and officer waited at business for over an hour, but no contact was made. Unknown at present time what was taken.

A Redbud Rd. man reported that someone entered his residence and took a .22 rifle from under his bed. There was no forced entry and the victim stated he did not know how long the rifle has been missing.

June 22

A Christopher Drive woman reported that someone came onto her back porch and banged on their door. No contact with anyone in the area.

A Davis St., Kite woman reported that she and the suspect, who was identified, were arguing on the phone while traveling west on Hwy 57. Victim stated that suspect attempted to force her vehicle off the road. Vehicle was damaged on its side.

Casey Arrington, 20, was arrested for disorderly conduct for demanding money from the victim, who was identified, and tearing the phone from the wall. Suspect admitted to cocaine usage.

A driver on Highway 1 South reported hitting a dog.

A McGarrh Mill Pond Rd. man reported that while he was driving, he heard a loud noise. When he pulled the vehicle over and lifted the hood, the car blazed out of control.

June 23

A Paula Lane man reported that he and his family left to visit his wife in the hospital and, upon his return, he discovered someone had entered his bedroom and stolen a money box which contained several items. No sign of forced entry.

June 25

The Twin City Police Department reported that they received a family violence call and, when the officer arrived, the suspect, Marion Steele, 44, of 133 Oak Street, Twin City, used abusive language towards the officer. Suspect ran from officers and was arrested a few minutes later for DOC and obstruction of an officer.

A Glenwood Road woman reported that the suspect, an identified juvenile, came to her house and harassed her. Victim stated that her boyfriend is the suspect’s father.


Herrington Rd. woman

reported that her ex-husband picked up her children for visitation and did not bring them back at the appointed time. Suspect told the victim on the phone that he did not have the gas or money to bring the kids home.

A man driving on Foskey Road reported he hit a deer.

A resident of Long View Drive reported an abandoned vehicle (Dodge Ram truck with no tag) on Long View Drive.

A Park Circle woman reported that someone vandalized several mailboxes in Park Circle Drive. Vandalism appears to be done with a baseball bat.

An officer responded to a call about an abandoned vehicle on Highway 56 S and Kemp Road that had been vandalized. All windows on the side and back had been broken out and there was damage all over the car. It was towed and the owner contacted.

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