ECSO 6-22-22


According to the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office…

June 10

Deputy talked with complainant who stated she was driving on I16 when debris from a truck flew off and hit the front end of her vehicle, causing damage to the front bumper and under the front end. C/p stated she tried to flag the driver down but he wouldn’t stop. Deputy called offender and asked him about the incident and he stated he does remember a strap coming off his load and debris coming off his truck. Offender stated he saw the vehicle swerve to miss the debris but the car went around him and he never saw any damage to the vehicle.

Deputy met with complainant who reported his tag was lost or stolen.

June 12

Deputy made contact with complainant in reference to a theft incident on Lindsey Rd. C/p stated that someone stole gas from a parked car but was unsure when it happened, or how much fuel had been taken.

Deputy met with complainant in reference to a harassing communication incident. C/p stated he has had ongoing problems with suspect who has sent multiple messages to him via social media. Location of suspect could not be determined at the time of report.

Investigators were contacted by TCPD to investigate a shooting that occurred in TC. One female was allegedly struck by gunfire and sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

Deputies were dispatched to Wildcat Rd. in reference to a suspicious vehicle blocking the roadway. Upon arrival. The vehicle was in the middle of the road blocking traffic flow. Towing company was requested and removed the vehicle.

June 13

Deputies responded to I16 to assist a broken-down motorist. Complainant stated she didn’t’ pay attention and ran out of gas. C/p did not have a gas jug and had a one-year-old child in the vehicle with her. Deputies requested dispatch to notify C.H.A.M.P.S. and they advised they were enroute. Deputies remained on scene for traffic control until complainant was back on her way.

Contact was made with both parties in reference to an ongoing dispute concerning the land property line. Property line in question was marked by multiple fence posts painted white that are positioned in a straight-line formation between both residential properties. It was further determined that the property was surveyed by Donaldson Surveying that indicated the existing property line is actual legal boundary between both parties.

June 16

Deputy was called to a report of a subject asleep on the bench in front of Oak Island Restaurant. Upon arrival, deputy found offender asleep and woke him up. GSP Trooper also arrived and ran offender’s information to find out he was on Parole out of Savannah. Deputy talked to offender’s Parole Officer who stated she was going to take a warrant out on him for parole violations. PO called back and stated she was faxing a warrant to the jail. Offender was charged with county ordinances until he was picked up, and citation was dropped to a warning.

Deputy met with complainant at ECSO who stated he lost his tag.

Deputy responded to a call regarding bricks being thrown through windows of a residence on 2nd St in Twin City. Deputy spoke with complainant who stated two bricks were thrown through windows on the front of the house. C/p stated that earlier that evening, a male subject was terminated from his position at Crider and became very irate and when he was made aware of the termination, he began throwing stuff on the floor and threw a pipe at c/p’s feet. C/p stated the male subject threatened him in the employee parking lot. The windows of c/p’s house were shattered, along with a hole that was knocked into the drywall in the living room. There was no one home at the time the incident occurred.

June 17

Deputy was dispatched to ECSO in reference to a welfare check. Complainant stated she had not been able to make contact with witness for several days. Upon arrival, contact was made with witness and was advised of the requested welfare check and advised to make contact with c/p.

Deputy met with complainant at ECSO in reference to fraudulent activity. C/p stated he received messages from different people through FB Messenger stating for him to get gift cards from various places and take photos of them and send to him. C/p received messages from his pastor’s wife and a friend about applying for an EDU grant. The guy named the pastor’s wife and friend as a referral for him to receive grant money. C/p also tried to pay for more credit cards at Roses and they stated the check didn’t go through, but in fact when c/p looked at his account, the check for Roses went through. Since these transactions occurred, c/p has closed his account and opened a different account. Deputy advised c/p to change his password on FB. The total amount lost is around $4532.19.

Deputies responded to Hendley Proctor Rd. in reference to a tree down blocking the roadway. Upon arrival, the roadway was blocked with a tree and down power lines. EMS and Road Dept. were notified.

Deputies were dispatched to Kudzu Trl. in reference to a welfare check. Complainant stated she hasn’t been able to make contact with witness since the previous day. Deputies met with a male resident to the location who advised witness was away from the home at the time. The male advised witness had been having phone issues but he would advise her to contact c/p.

Minor damage to a residence on 5th Ave. was reported by complainant that consists of visible damage to the undercarriage of structure. Damage in question was caused when the rear driver side of the vehicle detached from the wheel assembly and struck the residence.

June 18

Deputies were dispatched to Adrian School in reference to an alarm. Motion was advised to be the dining area. Key holder requested dispatch but advised they would not be responding. Upon arrival, the location was found to be surrounded by a fence and locked gate. From outside the fence, the building appeared to be secure. Storms passing through the area had power out for Adrian at the time.

Deputies responded to Bird Flanders Rd. in reference to a dog attack. Complainant advised he was going home and saw the suspect’s three pit bulls running loose in the road. C/p stated the dogs then started attacking his neighbor’s/victim’ and c/p had to almost run the dogs over to keep them from continuing the attack. C/p advised that the same dogs had attacked his son weeks prior while walking on the road and he was concerned for his neighbor who was bleeding really bad. Deputies then went to victim’s residence and were unable to make contact with anyone, then made contact with the dog owner. Suspect was advised that the victim was her uncle and he was with her husband in town. Suspect advised that the dog that bit her uncle had gotten out of the yard and she only let them loose in the yard when they’re home. Deputies advised her to keep the dogs on a leash or fenced in to avoid further incidents. Deputies then received a call from EMC ER in reference to the victim seeking medical attention for his encounter with the dogs. Deputy then spoke with victim who advised he was walking on the road and two dogs started attacking him. Victim advised that his neighbor scared them away and he was able to get away. Victim had several large wounds on his right forearm and other small scratches and bites on his left side. Victim was advised of the process to seek through the courts in resolving the matter.

Deputies responded to Hwy 80 East in reference to several building that had been broken into. Complainant advised she noticed two buildings that had padlocks had been damaged and removed and another building that someone had tampered with the hinges in attempt to gain access. C/p stated she last checked and visibly saw the building secure about three weeks prior. C/p did not notice anything missing at the time of report and was advised to go through the buildings and notify them if any items were missing.

Deputies were dispatched to Bonsue Dr. in reference to complainant receiving threatening phone calls. C/p stated offenders called him and stated they were traveling to the Moose Lodge to kill him. C/p stated this was due to an incident which occurred a short time prior between himself and his daughter at the Moose. C/p stated offenders to state they wanted to kill c/p for striking his daughter during the previous noted incident. C/p was referred to Magistrate and advised of warrant procedure.

June 19

Deputies were dispatched to Hadden’s Trailer Park in reference to shots fired. After riding the area, shots were heard coming from the area. Deputies did not locate subjects firing the shots but determined they were coming from a wooded area well off the roadway and away from any residences.

Victim contacted ECSO through the Detention Center in reference to a report of a stolen vehicle. Victim stated she loaned her vehicle to her daughter’s boyfriend on 6/9 for the purpose of using it for a trip to FL with an understanding that the vehicle would be returned on 6/12. Victim would go on to state that she was last in contact with the pair five days prior and stated she knew the vehicle was in FL. Victim further stated she had since then been unable to contact either of them in regards to her vehicle. Based upon the aforementioned statements form victim, the vehicle in question is determined to be stolen. A BOLO was issued.

Deputy responded to a fire at Hadden’s junkyard. Upon arrival, deputy found an old camper on fire that was close to the property line back towards Crest view Trailer Park. Surrounding Fire Depts. And Ga. Forestry responded. By the time they arrived, several vehicles were on fire and extinguished. After the fire was contained, Dellwood Fire Dept. found an area believed to be where the fire was started. Deputy and a male subject looked at the area and concluded that was the area of origin. It’s believed that kids were playing with fireworks or fire and accidentally started the fire but were no where to be found. There was also some kind of small wagon with a pipe wrench on it in the area that burned. You could see where whoever started the fire tried to put it out with dirt but wasn’t successful.

Victim states the suspect, who is her brother, went to work on her car. They got into an argument about his dog chewing on some of her property. The victim stated the suspect got angry and busted her side mirror on her vehicle, and threatened to kill her, threw a cooler top and stool at her, but missed her. Suspect then left in c/p’s vehicle. Victim stated where offender probably went. Deputies found the suspect and car at the location and talked with him, and he denied doing any of the things c/p said. Deputy got the keys out of the car and returned them to the victim. Deputy also advised the suspect that victim does not want him on her property anymore, and if he goes on it, he could be charged with trespassing.

Deputies were dispatched to Nunez-Lexsy Rd. in reference to a domestic dispute. Offender and complainant were advised to have been in a verbal altercation. Parties at the residence wished for offender to leave the located. Offender agreed to go to a friend’s residence for the night. Deputy transported offender to the location.

Deputies responded to Asa Lindsey Rd. in reference to an altercation. Complainant stated she was at her boyfriend’s/witness house and she had an altercation with his ex-wife/offender. C/p advised the two were arguing and when she tried to leave, offender grabbed her from her hair and snatched her down on the steps and started hitting her. C/p advised that she then got up and left the area. Deputies observed a mark on c/p’s face and took a photo. Deputies then went to Watson St. and made contact with witness and he advised the three were sitting on the porch discussing some issues that had been going on and c/p stated she wasn’t leaving the house and got up and started walking towards offender. Witness then stated that offender got up quickly as c/p approached and grabbed c/p by her hair. Witness stated offender was probably defending herself and he grabbed offender and forced her inside the home and c/p left. Offender was gone prior to arrival and c/p was advised of the process to seek in resolving the matter.

Deputies were dispatched to Canoochee Bypass in reference to an unwanted person. Deputy met with complainant who stated the unwanted person left prior to deputy’s arrival. C/p stated offender showed up to his residence uninvited and was let inside by c/p’s mother. C/p stated he was asleep at the time and awoke to offender standing over him. C/p stated he and offender were in a previous relationship but have been separated for about two weeks. C/p stated he wants offender to stay away from him and his residence. C/p advised offender left when 911 was called.

June 20

Deputies were dispatched to West 5th Ave. in reference to a caller advising subjects were trying to fight him. Deputy met with the caller/offender who stated he had been threatened by subjects across the road. Deputy spoke to several subjects in the location offender described and it was advised that offender went to the location causing problems.

Deputies responded to Hwy 57 East in reference to items stolen out of a vehicle. Complainant advised he heard his alarm going off and when he checked his truck, he discovered the rear passenger door open and items missing. C/p stated he last saw the items around 10 p.m. the night prior. Deputies found some visible print on the vehicle doors and notified Inv. and he arrived and collected possible evidence. C/p advised of a factory speaker box with amp missing, a box of 22 cal. ammo, and a tote with of misc arrow heads that had several missing.