ECSO Report 11-11-20


According to the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office…

October 29

Deputy responded to Glenwood Rd. in reference to a domestic dispute over child custody.

October 30

Complainant struck a deer on Hwy 1 Bypass causing minor damage.

Deputy responded to Sunset Dr. in reference to a stolen vehicle.

October 31

Complainant stated a deer struck her vehicle on Hwy 1 S. causing moderate damage.

Deputy assisted GSP on a traffic stop for speeding. The driver had suspended license, and the motorcycle was possible stolen due to the license plate belonging to another vehicle. During the search, a pistol, a smoke pipe, meth, marijuana, pills, scales, metal grinder were found.

Complainant s=stated he was at a party on Tate Youmans Rd. when offender and some of his friends jumped him.

November 2

Deputy met with complainant in reference to a theft at Better Built Homes on Pinetucky Rd. Further investigation revealed that offender was an employee at the time of the incident.

Deputy met with complainant in reference to a theft incident that occurred on W. Braod St. in Twin City. Victim stated someone had also taken a house key that was kept in a dresser drawer. Evidence indicated that the offender had knowledge of the residential property and normal activity of the victim’s work schedule.

November 4

Deputy received a call of a possible burglary on Payton Rd. Complainant stated she got home from work and noticed her front door opened with a knife in the front yard and looked like someone had been through the house and knew of a couple of things missing. Complainant stated offender was seen on camera with a hand full of stuff when leaving the house and knows this isn’t the first time this has happened.

November 5

Deputy responded to S. Bell Rd. in reference to a copper wire theft.

Complainant stated he dit a deer while traveling on Hwy 1 causing disabling damage to his vehicle.

Deputy received a call of a possible burglary on Old Garfield Rd. Upon arrival, complainant stated someone knocked on her door and when she didn’t answer, they went in the side door and took items.

November 6

Victim hit a deer on US 1 S. near Pendleton Springs Rd. causing moderate damage.

Deputy spoke with complainant that stated a pole was struck by a vehicle on Wadley Coleman Lake Rd. near Watson Rd., and left the scene.

Deputy took a report in reference to two subjects having an altercation and offender struck victim in the face with an open hand.

Victim stated his Polaris Ranger 1000 was stolen from Georgia Ave.

Offender was at a location on Hwy 56 N. and was frustrated and made a statement about walking upon in the courtroom with an AK47 and kill everyone. Offender then stated he would never do that but complainant knows he has a court date coming up and wanted to make a report.

Deputies responded to Tiger Trail in reference to an unattended death reported through 911.

Complainant advised he discovered his property had been vandalized due to a high school homecoming prank.

November 7

Deputy met with victim in reference to a theft incident that occurred on Frank Hutchison Rd. Victim stated she does home health and was at the address for a scheduled appointment for the purpose of caring for a patient during the time this happened.

Complainant hit a deer on Hwy 121 N. causing disabling damage to his vehicle.

November 8

Deputies responded to Canady Ln. in reference to a female knocking at a neighbors door requesting police. Deputy made contact with offender and victim and discovered offender had over medicated and gotten violent with victim.

Deputy spoke with complainant who sated her daughter has been served to stay away from the residence on Sam Overstreet Rd. She also stated that an a/c unit was taken out of the residence by the offender.

Deputy met with complainant and witness on Wolf Ln. in reference to a dog attack.

November 9

Deputies responded to Gary Rd. in reference to a report of stolen property. Complainant stated his pressure washer and weed eater were not where he left them. He also stated that he found out the weed eater had been pawned by known subject.

Female subject stated her husband was across the street on Gary Rd. with the subject that had stolen the pressure washer and weed eater. Offender stated he did go to the incident location and thought the house was vacant and did take the items.

November 10

Victim struck a deer on Hwy 297 causing extensive damage to his vehicle.


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