TCPD Report 3-25-20
By Whitley Clifton | March 25, 2020 4:45 pm
Officers with the Twin City Police Department (TCPD) reported…
Officer apprehended an offender with two active warrants. The involved subject escaped on foot from the police department prior to being transferred to the Emanuel County Jail. Following further contact being made, the involved offender turned himself in.
Officer responded to an address on Stoke Avenue in reference to a dog being attacked and killed by two other dogs. Contact was made with household in which the involved dogs retreated to. Citations are pending receipt of DVM report.
Victim reported battery offenses.
Officer made a traffic stop in reference to a vehicle not having any working taillights. During the traffic stop, officer learned that the driver was under the influence of alcohol and that the driver’s license was suspended. An arrest was made.
Officer was dispatched to an address on North Railroad Avenue in reference to a stolen canine. Within an hour of this report, the dog was located in a wooded area with its chain caught in underbrush. The dog was apprehended and returned to the owner’s residence.
Officer responded to a motor vehicle accident on Rountree Drive, just of Old Swainsboro Road.
Officer made an arrest in reference to a parole violation.
Officer responded to a motor vehicle accident on Mathis Avenue.
Officer responded to an address on Highway 80 East in reference to a dispute.
Officer was dispatched to an address on Scarboro Church Road in reference to a report involving disorderly conduct.
Officer responded to an address on Mathis Avenue in reference to a simple battery offense.
Officer made a traffic stop in reference to a speeding offense. During the traffic stop, officer learned that the vehicle’s tag was expired and also located a small quantity (less than an ounce) of marijuana.
Officer was notified of a fraudulent check cashed by a Swainsboro business. Further investigation led to reveal that the involved party received a check and had been selected as a winner of a monetary prize for $75,000. In order to receive funds, the involved party was advised to cash the involved check and send currency to an address in Canada. The involved party mailed the cash received from the check, $1,224.80, but never received a prize. Contact was made with involved offending party, who advised that the entire matter was a scam. The offending party was requested to return money to victim.
Complainant reported a gasoline drive-off offense.
Officer was contacted in regards to a report involving a simple battery offense.
Officer responded to an address on Highway 80 East in reference to a report of theft by taking.