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Liberty County Sheriff's blotter for Feb. 9

POSTED: February 25, 2007 5:07 a.m.
Theft of services
01/23/07
Oak Street, Midway

Deputies were advised by a Yellow cab driver of two black males who were picked up at Regency apartments and driven to Oak Street in Midway and then fled the cab without paying their $35 fair. Deputies advised on warrant procedures.
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Criminal trespass
01/29/07
Cross Creek Drive, Midway

Complainant advised a deputy of damage to her 1996 green Ford Windstar. She stated that someone had egged her van on the right side front door. She was advised on warrant procedures.
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DFACS referral
01/29/07
Dunlevie Road, Walthourville

Deputies report a 12-day-old baby fell from a car seat onto a carpeted area, a distance of about three feet. It was determined the infant had suffered a skull fracture and was transported to Memorial Hospital in Savannah. DFACS workers were notified of the incident and an interview set up with the infant’s mother.
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Burglary
01/31/07
Ruben Wells Road, Hinesville

A complainant reported items were missing from his residence when he entered his house around 11:40 p.m. Among the items reported stolen were a Taurus 9mm pistol, a lap top computer, and his X-Box. He was advised on warrant procedures.
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Drug charge/speeding
Paul Sikes Drive, Hinesville

A deputy initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle that was speeding. As the deputy approached the vehicle, he noticed the passenger was spraying some air freshener inside the vehicle. The deputy asked the driver to step out of the vehicle and asked him if there was any marijuana in the vehicle. The driver responded that he had no marijuana in the car but he and his friend had smoked some earlier, which is why his friend was using the air freshener. The deputy radioed for assistance and began to write a citation for the speeding violation. When assistance arrived, the deputy’s K-9 was brought out of the patrol car to inspect the suspect vehicle and made a positive hit for narcotics. Deputies found a partially smoked blunt, and on the passenger’s person was found a clear plastic bag containing eight small bags of suspected marijuana. Both suspects were placed under arrest and the vehicle impounded. The case is now under investigation.
 

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