ECSO Report 11-18-20

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According to the Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office…

November 9

Deputy was dispatched by 911 to a Buck Corbin Rd. residence in reference to an unattended death.

November 10

Deputy responded to I16 W in reference to an abandoned overturned horse trailer.

Deputy responded to EMC to pick up offender who had an outstanding probation warrant.

Deputy responded to US 1 and Bus. 1 in reference to a vehicle that hydroplaned and ran into the median.

November 11

Officer spoke with complainant who stated that she is a team leader at Walmart. Offenders daughter was terminated from her position and believes it’s the complainants fault and threatened to do bodily harm to complainant and stated it was going to cost her her job after she causes bodily harm to her.

Complainant called to make a report of a theft at Antioch Church cell tower. He stated when he arrived, he noticed that the ground bars for the towers were missing.

Deputy made an arrest on Lambs Bridge Rd. for failure to appear.

Deputies responded to a 911 call on Lambs Bridge Rd. in reference to a fight that involved several individuals and weapons.

Offender was arrested on Georgia Ave. on an outstanding warrant.

Deputy responded to I16 in reference to a vehicle running over something and was leaking fuel.

Deputies responded to Hwy 80 W. in reference to a minor accident.

Complainant hit a deer on Old Wadley Rd. causing him to hit the ditch.

November 13

Deputy struck a deer while traveling on Hwy 192 while responding to an MVA.

Deputy talked with complainant that stated offender claimed he worked for Comcast and told her he accidentally deposited the wrong amount of a refund and wanted her to send some of it back. Complainant called her bank and she had not gotten a deposit for that amount.

Received 911 call that offender had a gun to his head and was threatening to shoot himself of law enforcement arrived. GSP Sgt. met with deputies and other troopers near the scene and made contact with offender.

Deputy responded to Lambs Bridge Rd. in reference to a possible DOA. Witness stated her husband took a nap and never woke up and was unresponsive.

Deputy responded to Summertown Green St. in reference to complainant wanting to do a welfare check on victim. Complainant stated he had not heard from victim since the day before when he called in sick to work so he was worried. Upon making entry to the residence, victim was located but did not have a pulse.

November 14

Deputy conducted an investigation stemming from a traffic violation and encountered the offender at a Bird Flanders Rd. address. Offender had in his possession suspected meth and provided deputies with false information. During the process, offender attempted to flee in an attempt to elude capture.

November 15

Deputy took a report regarding damaged property on Oak Park Hwy.

Complainant stated while traveling Hwy 80 E.a rock struck the windshield of her vehicle causing it to fracture.

Complainant stated he has full custody of his daughter and the mother gets her every other weekend and stated she was supposed to meet him around 6pm to return the child but has not complied with the court paperwork. He also stated he has tried to call and text offender but she kept giving him excuses and refuses to tell him where the child is.

 

 

 

 

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