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Liberty County Sheriff's blotter for June 22

POSTED: July 7, 2007 5:02 a.m.

Soliciting/enticing a child, May 31
Tibet Road, Walthourville

A complainant informed deputies someone was leaving inappropriate messages on her answering machine. Deputies were allowed to take the answering machine into evidence to investigate. The complainant believes it may have something to do with a young girl she looked after once.

Obstruction of an officer/ giving a false name/disorderly conduct, May 31
Talmadge Road, Walthourville

A man, who witnesses described as being extremely intoxicated, was harassing the customers at the Friendly Express and continually dropping his pants. When police took him into custody, he was loud and belligerent and continued to curse at the police while being taken to jail where he had to be subdued with a Taser.

Criminal trespass, May 31
South Coastal Highway, Midway

Deputies were dispatched to a vacant lot when they received a report that a tow-truck that knocked down a fence and was attempting to remove a 1957 Chevy Belair. The complainant, who was authorized by the owner of the lot to care of the property, approached the driver to find out what he was doing. He informed the deputies the towtruck driver stated he was authorized by the Realtor showing the property to remove the vehicle. Deputies called the owner and the realtor who said they did not authorize anyone to remove the vehicle.

Burglary, June 1
East Oglethorpe Highway, Hinesville

Someone broke into a first-floor area of the Fairfield Inn, currently under construction, and took six boxes containing sleeper sofas.

Criminal trespass, June 1
West Oglethorpe Highway, Allenhurst

Complainant informed deputies someone broke two deadbolt locks he had just changed and took some items from a room. He said he had changed the locks because the previous tenant had not paid rent and the tenant had been given notice to pay the past-due rent or vacate the building. He told the deputies the only items missing were the ones that belonged to the former tenant.

— Patty Leonn

 

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