SPD 8-5-20

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Officers with the Swainsboro Police Department (SPD) reported…

July 27

Complainant reported finding a 9mm bullet projectile in his deck at his residence on Willow Way.

Victim reported damage to her rear bumper on the driver’s side after leaving KT’s.

Officer was dispatched to a Mitchell Street address in reference to complainant saying someone left a yellow canister filled with gasoline on her back porch and called her phone and said, “RIP.” She also stated that she’s constantly being harassed and followed and that someone had been trying to break into her house.

Officer was informed by ECSO that someone was at their office and had a probation warrant. Upon arrival, the victim was informed of the warrant, made contact with MGP, and took care of the warrant. Contact was made with SPD to inform them that the warrant had been taken care of and the officer was then informed that the victim also had a bench warrant.

Complainant reported her car was hit while at Walmart.

Officer responded to an East Main Street business in reference to a U-Haul that had been rented and not returned. Victim was issued a warrant for theft by conversion.

July 28

Officer was dispatched to a East Pine Street apartment in reference to complainant stating that three of her vehicle tires had been flattened/slashed and a brick was thrown at her windshield.

Officer responded to a Success Street residence in reference to complainant stating that while she was out running errands, her passenger side mirror was knocked off.

Officer was dispatched to a Lake Luck Drive address in reference to an at-large dog.

July 29

Officer was patrolling on South Main Street when he observed a vehicle with a headlight out. During the traffic stop, he was informed that the driver had a suspended license and was wanted in Richmond County for failure to appear.

Officer observed a vehicle that failed to stop at a stop sign. During the traffic stop, officer discovered the driver had suspended license.

Officer responded to a West Street residence in reference to an unwanted, unruly individual. Upon arrival, officer met with the complainant, who stated she wanted the unruly individual gone.

Officer responded to a South Main Street business in reference to a dispute about a lottery ticket.

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