ECSO 2.1.2023


According to the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office…

January 23

Deputies were dispatched to Beagle Rd. to meet with complainant about a civil issue. C/p stated offender recently purchased the land which her residence is on and offender has been harassing those living at the location almost daily. C/p state offender has been on the location flying drones and going in storage buildings. C/p stated that offender had a dumpster delivered to the location and believes he had this done to begin disposing of her property. C/p stated offender has not contacted her to discuss them moving from the location.

Deputy responded to Arthur Hutcheson Rd. in reference to a vehicle fire. A Kenworth truck and trailer were engulfed in flames and victim stated he was hooking the trailer up and heard a loud popping noise and the vehicle was engulfed.

Deputy responded to JM Spearman Rd. in reference to a domestic occurrence. Deputy met with complainant and her mother and c/p stated she and her husband had been in a verbal argument but nothing physical happened. C/p stated she was going to obtain a TPO and would be pursuing a divorce. Offender took a walk prior to deputy’s arrival and when he returned, he stated he would leave for the night.

Deputy responded to Ehrlich Farm Rd. in reference to a vehicle accident. Offender had driven off the side of the road into a wooded yard where the vehicle bogged down in the mud. While speaking with offender, deputy could smell alcoholic beverage coming from his person and he was mentally confused. Offender was placed under arrest and transported to EmCo Jail.

Deputy responded to Slater Rd. in reference to accusations being made. Complainant stated she broke up with her boyfriend/suspect and went to his house to recover her belongings and property. C/p advised the separation was mutual and no disputes were made between the two of them but she was accompanied by her brother and father, and her ex-boyfriend told them he had to leave and left c/p to finish moving out. C/p then advised that her ex called her accusing her of stealing $800 in cash, $12 in loose change, two kerosene oil lamps, and trashing the house. C/p advised the lamps belonged to her grandmother. C/p also advised that her vehicle is at her ex’s shop being repaired and she’s concerned that he may damage the vehicle.

Deputy responded to Scott Ave. in reference to an unwanted person. Complainant stated offender went to his residence in attempt to obtain keys to a vehicle he borrowed from a friend that was related to offender. C/p explained that he refused to give her the keys due to the keys having house keys on the ring and when he asked offender to leave the property, she refused. Offender had left prior to deputy’s arrival and the vehicle was picked up by the registered owner.

Deputy responded to a vehicle in the ditch on US 1. No one was in the vehicle and deputy rode the area and located offender across the bypass laying in the ditch like he was hiding. Deputy made contact with offender who stated there were two men with firearms chasing him. Deputy noticed offender was under the influence of narcotics and was seeing and hearing things. Deputy gave offender a ride back to the vehicle and asked if he was under the influence and he stated he had done a few lines of meth. Deputy asked if there was any in the vehicle and offender stated there may be a small amount. Offender gave consent for deputy to search the vehicle and several medications and meth were found. Offender was transported to EmCo Jail.

January 24

Deputies were dispatched to Canoochee Rd. in reference to a theft in progress.

Deputies were dispatched to Bowen Dr. in reference to a physical domestic. Parties were advised to be separated with one of the involved persons having already left.

Deputy responded to Rose Garden Dr. in reference to damage to a vehicle. Complainant advised she came upon offender pulling a large metal frame with his truck and the chain that was being used came loose and she ran into the frame. Offender advised that he was grading the road and had his emergency lights on and observed c/p following too close and back off. Offender was not aware that the chain came loose.

Deputy responded to Pearl Rd. where complainant stated offender had been living with her prior to being sent to prison and she was cleaning out his room when she found what she suspected to be drugs. Several objects used for smoking meth were located.

January 25

Deputies served a warrant on offender on JM Spearman Rd. Offender was transported to EmCo Jail.

Deputies went to Foskey Rd. to serve an arrest warrant on offender. Offender’s grandmother and girlfriend said hew as at work. Offender’s father asked deputies to go outside and talk. Offender was found in the grandmother’s room hiding under the bed. Offender was transported to EmCo Jail.

January 26

Deputy was dispatched to Fannie Brewer Rd. in reference to an abandoned vehicle that was blocking the roadway. Deputy checked the vehicle and it was indeed abandoned and had been stuck in the mud. Deputy called for wrecker service to tow the vehicle.

Deputy took a walk-in report in reference to a lost/stolen tag.

Deputy responded to McGarrah Mill Pond Rd. regarding a man trying to get a four-wheeler that was falsely sold to him. Complainant stated witness told him offender sold him the four-wheeler and made out a bill of sale. C/p stated when he asked to see the bill of sale, witness would not provide it. C/p stated offender was living at the residence off and on for the last 10 years and was recently evicted.

January 27

Offender was located on King Dr. and taken into custody for multiple outstanding warrants. Offender was transported to EmCo Jail.

Deputy was notified that offender was currently in a room at Bradford Inn. Contact was made with offender who was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant.

Deputy responded to an alarm call on Plantation Dr. Residence was cleared with no signs of disturbance.

Deputies were dispatched to Blackberry Trl. in reference to a residential alarm. Motion was advised to be the entry door. All doors and windows were checked and appeared to be secure with no signs of tamper or forced entry.

Deputies responded to Linwood Dr. in reference to a 911 hang-up call and advised that they could hear a lot of screaming in the background. Upon entry, complainant advised that the suspect threatened to beat him up because of suspect’s dog attacking c/p’s cat. Suspect advised that during the argument, c/p threatened to shoot him. C/p stated he threatened to shoot the dog, not the suspect.

January 28

Deputies responded to Nunez Circle Dr. in reference to someone knocking on someone’s door and suspect was seen getting into a vehicle parked by the road. Deputies found the vehicle partially in the roadway stuck in the ditch. Deputies discovered offender laying in the backseat and a large open liquor bottle between the front and back seats. Upon making contact with offender, they could smell a strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle. Offender exited the vehicle and had blood shot eyes. Offender stated she was from out of state and borrowed the vehicle from a friend to go on a date. Offender was asked if she had anything to drink and she advised she had not. Deputies discovered that offenders’ license are suspended. Offender was transported to EmCo Jail.

Deputy responded to Patrick St. and Lynn St. in reference to damage to property. Damage was noted to be a wooden fence and a Pineland junction box. Complainant advised she did not observe the damage being done but stated there is always trucks constantly racing up and down the street.

January 29

Deputy responded to TCE in reference to an alarm. All doors and windows were secured and no signs of forced entry.

Deputies met with complainant on Nunez Lexsy Rd. in reference to three males that entered onto her property through a wooded area behind the residence. Subjects were observed in person and on camera taking chickens from the property. C/p stated she spoke with one of the subjects during their first encounter and c/p stated she told the subject they could have the roosters but not the hens. Subjects were seen later in the day on camera when they should not have been on the property.

Deputies responded to Union Chapel Rd. in reference to a silent panic alarm.


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