ECSO 3.29.2023


According to the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office…

March 13

Deputy met with complainant who stated someone whet in her house and took a pair of diamond earrings. C/p stated she suspects two people are the offenders.

Deputy assisted a broken down 18-wheeler on the bypass.

Deputies were dispatched to Hwy 80 West in reference to a log truck stuck in the ditch blocking the road.

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

Deputy was dispatched to Hwy 80 East in reference to a repossessed vehicle. Complainant stated she wanted to report her vehicle stolen by a repo man. Deputy informed her that the repo man called ECSO before repossessing the vehicle so it was not stolen but he could do a report due to the them picking up the car before she was given time to make her final payment as agreed. C/p was advised that this is a civil matter and she would have to go before the Magistrate Judge to resolve the issue.

Deputy received a report from complainant advising she reached out to someone on Facebook in reference to a grant. C/p stated the suspect asked for her picture ID, address, and mother’s maiden name and she provided him with all the information in attempt to receive a grant. C/p stated after she gave suspect her information, suspect advised her that a $500 fee would need to be paid before receiving the grant. C/p asked suspect for two weeks to get the money and he agreed. C/p then realized the whole conversation was a scam and was concerned about giving him her information.

Deputies responded to E. Morris St. in reference to a domestic dispute. Complainant advised that Adrian PD had been to the resident the night prior in reference to the same thing. C/p stated that he and offender/step-son had been arguing and offender pinched his niece on the arm and c/p wants offender out of the house. C/p advised offender does not live there but he allowed him to stay a few nights on and off. Deputies spoke with offender who admitted to pinching the child because she was talking back to his mother. Deputy advised c/p of the eviction process and c/p and offender kept arguing. Offender then decided to leave the property with his 1-year-old son, and c/p and mother refused to allow offender to get any clothing for the child or his car seat. Deputy then transported offender and child to a Church St. address and advised him of the process in recovering his property at a later date.

Deputy responded to Pelican Rd. in reference to an unwanted person. Upon arrival, offender was gone and complainant stated offender, which is her ex-husband, went to her residence knocking on the door, wanting to go inside, because they were in an argument over their child. C/p stated she took her child’s phone for being unruly and offender called her arguing, then went to the residence and left when he heard her call 911.

March 14

Deputy helped assist a motorist unlock their vehicle with no damages.

Deputy responded to Webb Brothers Trucking in reference to a trailer that complainant purchased and recently found out it came back stolen when he sent the paperwork in to be registered. The trailer was reported stolen in Henry County. C/p stated the original owner leased the trailer to another company who was in the middle of a delivery when it was stolen. The trailer was recovered by the owner and sold it in Dekalb County at an auction, along with eight other trailers. C/p provided deputy with a Bill of Sale.

Deputy responded to Lindsey Rd. in reference to loud music. Deputy met with complainant who stated offender has been playing loud music with obscene lyrics for the past few days. Deputy has also heard loud music coming from offender’s residence late in the evening. Deputy attempted to make contact with offender but he shut the door in his face.

March 15

Deputy responded to Miller Dr. in reference to a stolen phone.

Deputy conducted a traffic stop on Hwy 56 in Stillmore for speeding and a passenger brake light not working.

Deputies were dispatched to Hwy 297 in reference to an iPhone call stating it was involved in a wreck. When deputies and First Responders arrived, there was no wreck but an iPhone was located on the shoulder of the road as if it were thrown out or left on the top of a vehicle.

Deputy responded to Old McLeod Bridge Rd. in reference to an unwanted person.

Deputies responded to Deluxe Inn in reference to an unwanted person.

March 16

Deputy conducted a traffic stop on N. Green St.

Complainant stated a vehicle pulled into his yard and went behind his residence. C/p fired a shot into the air and the vehicle left.

Complainant stated he believes offender stole items from him while he was locked up.

March 17

Victim stated someone broke into his clubhouse and workshop on Stagecoach Rd. and stole several items.

Deputy conducted a traffic stop on Hwy 1 North for speeding.

Deputy went to execute a writ of possession for offender. Offender loaded all suspect’s belongings on a trailer and said he was carrying them to the dumpster. Deputies tried to explain to offender that he could not do that and he said he knew the law and he could do it. Deputy also talked to Magistrate Court and was told the law says offender could not dispose of the property that way. Deputy followed offender to the dumpster on Green Spence Rd.

Complainant reported to investigators that two individuals purchased two vehicles using fraudulent cashier’s checks.

March 18

Deputies responded to Dollar General in Oak Park in reference to shoplifting. Complainant stated offender went in the store and walked around for a bit before going to the register with a bag of dog food. Offender then wrote a check for $9.15 and tried to pay with four dollars cash. Cashier scanned the check through the machine and advised offender it was invalid. Offender stated she would go to her vehicle and get the money, and grabbed the dog food and left the store without paying.

Deputy was dispatched to Gwenda St. in reference to a stolen gun. Victim stated his friend was riding with him earlier in the day and took his hand gun from his truck. Victim stated he only known offender’s name by his Facebook name and offender has blocked him from any contact.

March 19

Deputies responded to Canoochee-Garfield Rd. in reference to a domestic between mother and daughter.

Deputy responded to Old Metter Rd. in Twin City in reference to a burglary. Complainant advised he discovered their home had been burglarized when they walked in and noticed their mattress and several drawers had been moved around and noticed items missing. C/p stated he had someone break in around two weeks prior and steal cash. C/p checked with his neighbor and discovered the neighbor had surveillance cameras pointing towards his home and reviewed it. Suspect was seen going in the residence and exiting about an hour and a half later. Deputy took photos and c/p is working on getting serial numbers for the missing items.

March 20

Deputies were dispatched to Hwy 80 West in reference to a two-vehicle accident. GSP was requested and responded for accident investigation. Occupants of both vehicles were checked by EMS and released on scene.

Deputy was dispatched to Freedom St. in reference to a vehicle unlock.

March 21

Deputy responded to N. 2nd St. in Stillmore in reference to a report of a phone and keys being taken.

Deputies were dispatched to Hwy 1 South for a two-vehicle accident with injuries. GSP was requested and arrived for accident investigation. One of the injured was transported by EMS, with others being released on scene.

Offender was located in the top of a tree on Turner Dr. and taken into custody for an outstanding felony warrant and transported to EmCo Jail.

Deputies were dispatched to Buck Corbin Rd. in reference to a residential alarm. All doors and windows were checked and appeared to be secure with no signs of tamper or forced entry.

Deputies assisted complainant with an eviction of a tenant on N. Green St.

Deputy responded to SMS in reference to a locked vehicle. Vehicle was unlocked with no damage.

Deputy conducted a traffic stop on 5th Ave. for a busted/cracked windshield. Offender was found to be in possession of drug related objects/narcotic equipment and dangerous drugs.

Deputies assisted Midville Police with a vehicle pursuit that crashed. Driver fled on foot and was not located. Vehicle was impounded.

March 22

Deputy took a walk-in report in reference to fraudulent activity.

Deputy responded to a call o Blackberry Trl. regarding a child custody dispute. Offender stated she was at work during the meeting time for the child custody exchange and lost track of time and didn’t respond to missed calls until an hour later. Deputy spoke with complainant who stated he arrived at offender’s work place at the appointed time and waited for 15 minutes before returning home with the child. After speaking with both parties, c/p provided court documents that stated if one party does not arrive at the location agreed upon, the party forfeits their visitation for that weekend. Deputy advised offender that court orders have to be followed and the child would stay with c/p.

Deputy responded to Lambs Bridge Rd. in reference to the caller’s wife failing to take his daughter home.

Deputies responded to a call on US 1 South regarding an irate patient. Complainant stated she is offender’s nurse and stated he got upset over the fact that he could not smoke and his vapes were taken away. C/p stated offender became irate during the evening and began making comments about hurting himself and others. Deputy spoke with offender and he stated he did not want to hurt himself or anyone else and he was just ready to leave. Deputy determined that offender was just making statements in hopes of being able to leave the facility so he could smoke. After deputies left, they were dispatched back due to offender becoming irate again and shattered the front window and hitting c/p’s in the head with a book. Offender was arrested for disorderly conduct and transported to EmCo Jail.

Deputy responded to Leonard Ln. in reference to complainant and witness stating offender stole a vehicle. C/p received a call about victim’s vehicle being removed from her residence while victim was in the hospital. While on scene, witness arrived and stated the vehicle was probably taken by victim’s “on and off” boyfriend. Contact was made with victim’s daughter to make contact with victim’s boyfriend. Shortly after, victim’s daughter called back and advised the vehicle was parked at victim’s boyfriend’s residence and further advised that the victim signed the title over to him a few years ago. Witness was on scene when the vehicle was removed and stated he observed offender parked in the roadway in front of the residence and loaded a large cardboard box in the back seat and drove off. Witness let victim’s family member inside the residence to see if anything had been removed and he immediately noticed a set of valuable glassware was missing from the display cabinet. Witness also stated the victim also had a cardboard box full of miscellaneous items between the couch and recliner and it was missing, along with victim’s medications. Witness and family member both believe offender also has victim’s phone, car keys, debit card, and other items and believe the items were taken after victim fell ill.

March 23

Deputy responded to Miracle Ln. regarding a stolen vehicle. Complainant stated he notice his vehicle was gone and he had a deal with offender to eventually buy it from him after doing a lot of mechanic work on it. C/p stated he spoke with offender who stated he traded the vehicle for another vehicle that was parked at his residence. C/p stated he told offender that he wanted the vehicle returned and offender stated he did not know who the vehicle was traded to.

Deputy was dispatched to 4th Ave. in Stillmore in reference to harassing communications.

Deputies responded to Egret Pl. in reference to a welfare check and made contact with victim to seemed to be ok.

Deputies responded to Christopher Dr. in reference to damage to property. Complainant stated her daughter saw suspect/ex-boyfriend breaking a bedroom window and trying to get inside. C/p advised once suspect broke the window, he took off running. Deputies rode the area with no contact with suspect.

Deputy responded to Money Saver in Twin City in reference to a gas drive-off. Dispatch advised the described vehicle left headed towards Statesboro and notified Bulloch Co. Complainant stated a young male pumped $51.72 in gas and drove off and advised the cameras are on the premises and was notifying store management to recover footage.

Deputy responded to TCPD in reference to a theft. Complainant advised he had dirt piled up on his property for years and he noticed a person clearing a lot next to his property had taken five dump truck loads of the dirt from his property. C/p advised he confronted the suspect and was told that witness told him he could get the dirt. C/p stated he spoke with witness who stated suspect was told about another dirt pile located on College St. C/p did not know suspect’s name.

March 24

Deputy was dispatched to Harrington Ave. for a vehicle that had been on fire. Complainant stated she got the vehicle worked on about four weeks ago and she drove it one time after getting it back and it broke down. C/p stated she called the shop that worked on it to get it towed back to the shop and they never picked it up. C/p also stated someone from the shop went to her residence and told her to put a battery in the vehicle and when she put the new battery in it, it tried to crank and caught on fire.

Deputy spoke with complainant in reference to a report about her grandmother making threats towards her.

Deputies responded to Mill St. in Adrian in reference to someone tearing up the residence. Contact was made with offender and stated he was tearing up the residence because he wanted something to eat. Deputy then observed the damage to the residence. Offender destroyed several mini blinds in the living room, poured bleach on a rug in the living room, and broke a picture frame on the wall in the living room. Offender was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct. Deputy explained to family members the process in obtaining a 10-13 on offender due to them stating he had prior incidents of mental issues. Family members were made aware that offender would be charges with disorderly conduct but the citation would be dropped upon signed 10-13 order. Offender was transported to EmCo Jail.

Deputy talked with complainant who stated his gun was taken out of a vehicle.

Deputy met with complainant in referenced to a letter c/p received concerning a female. C/p stated it was a hand written letter and described it as being threatening in nature. C/p stated he believes whoever wrote it intended to blackmail him for money. When asked, c/p stated he did not know why someone would attempt to blackmail him other than maybe because his ex-girlfriend had a drug problem. C/p further stated he also received a voicemail form witness describing details of the letter and giving an apology for the incident.

Deputy met with complainant who stated offender keeps calling 911 on him of loud music. C/p stated he has people over on Thursday nights and TCCPD Chief went by and stated there was no noise and a deputy was dispatched to the residence and sat down the road and advised 911 there was no loud noise coming from the residence. C/p states offender does this every time he has company over and he feels he’s being harassed by offender.

March 25

Deputy responded to Walker Wood Cir. in reference to caller stating her husband had taken her car and threatened to rape her.

Deputy responded to Hwy 56 North in reference to suspicious activity. Complainant’s stated they met a 13-14 yo female and a 15-16 yo male at a goat sale and began talking to them. C/p’s stated the individuals acted suspicious and kept telling them they were getting married. When c/p’s were in line to check out, the female gave them a sign of distress. C/p stated the family appeared strange to her which consisted of an older male and a female, along with two juveniles. C/p provided an address that was given at the time of checkout which was in Millen. Millen PD was contacted and checked ono the address, making contact with the juvenile female. Deputy was made aware that the female was ok and everything at the residence checked out.

March 26

Deputies responded to Harrington St. in reference to an irate male.

Deputies were dispatched to Long Bay Dr. in reference to dogs entering her pig pen in her back yard and attacking her pig. It appeared as though the pig received multiple serious injuries. C/p does not know who the dogs belong to but gave a description of them. Deputies spoke with residents in the area but none of them claimed ownership of the dogs but did advise they’ve seen them roaming the area. Report was forwarded to Animal Control.

Deputies responded to Red Roof Express in Oak Park in reference to property exchange. Complainant returned a vehicle to offender due to an earlier dispute over the vehicle.


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