SPD Report 9-11-19
by Whitley Clifton | September 11, 2019 4:29 pm
Officers with the Swainsboro Police Department (SPD) reported…
Complainant reported finding a CCY 9MM inside her residence. The gun did not belong to her, but the complainant advised of its possible owner. The firearm was cleared by officer and its information ran by 911 indicated the firearm had no record.
Officer made a traffic stop after observing a driver operate a vehicle down in the wrong direction on a one-way street. During the stop, officer learned that the registration had been suspended and insurance policy was canceled.
Complainant reported that previous management of her employer failed to hand over requested items.
Officer made a traffic stop after observing a male subject operating a cell phone while driving. During the traffic stop, an arrest was made after 911 confirmed the license of the involved male subject had been suspended as well as the individual being a wanted person.
Complainant reported his Dodge SRT Hell Cat had been stolen, stripped, and abandoned on Old Reidsville Road near the intersection of Sam Overstreet Road.
Complainant reported $520 cash being stolen from a wallet located in the passenger seat of an unoccupied and unlocked vehicle.
Emanuel County 911 dispatched officer to an address on Lambs Bridge Road in reference to an assault. The complainant advised that his girlfriend became verbally aggressive and shot him twice in the arm with a BB gun.
Complainant reported burglary by forced entry.
Officer separated two subjects who were speaking loudly to one another and had also arrived in the same vehicle at the police department. The complainant advised that the other involved subject had moved out of her residence approximately two days ago and was watching the complainant from inside her vehicle. When returning the subject back to his new residence, the complainant stated that the individual then started to accuse her of having another man, in which the complainant decided to drive the offender to the police office instead.
Emanuel County 911 dispatched officer to an address on Lucky Street in reference to a PlayStation being stolen.
Officer responded to a 911 call to an address on West Main Street. Upon arrival, complainant reported a male subject stole a cigarette lighter.
Officer made an arrest in reference to a probation violation.
Officer made a traffic stop in reference to suspended registration and affixing a tag to conceal or misrepresent a vehicle.
Complainant reported a damaged vehicle.
Complainant reported unauthorized use of financial transactions.
Complainant reported criminal trespass and harassing communications.
Victim reported a 2017 Nissan Sentra being stolen from a residence on College Street.
Complainant reported theft or loss of mislaid property.
Officer responded to an address on North Main Street in reference to a female subject asking for money. The subject was criminally trespassed from this address.
Officer responded to an address on North Anderson Drive in reference to a subject attempting to sale a possibly stolen laptop.
Officer responded to an address on South Main Street in reference to counterfeit money.
Emanuel County 911 dispatched officer to an address on North Anderson Drive in reference to a report of battery.
Officer performed a traffic stop due to a vehicle being operated without a tag. During this stop, office learned that the driver’s license was suspended. An arrest was made.
Officer performed another traffic stop in reference to a driver operating a vehicle too fast for conditions. During this stop, officer was advised the driver’s license were also suspended and placed the driver under arrest.
Complainant reported terroristic threats and acts.
Officer made a traffic stop after a driver failed to come to a complete stop at traffic intersection. During this stop, officer was advised that the driver had a warrant out for her arrest and the vehicle had no valid insurance.
Officer responded to an address on North Anderson Drive in reference to a verbal dispute between a male and female.
Officers had a suspicious vehicle towed after finding it parked and abandoned after an officer lost prior contact while being operated on the roadway. Having no insurance and left unlocked with no keys inside and its windows rolled down, officers conducted a vehicle inventory. The vehicle was transported by a towing service due to possible methamphetamine and drug related objects being located inside of the vehicle.