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Hinesville Police Department blotter

POSTED: September 22, 2011 7:00 a.m.

Sept. 7: A sports bar on E.G. Miles Parkway received a counterfeit $50 bill from a customer. Police responding to the report spoke to the customer, who told officers he was unaware the bill was counterfeit.

Sept. 8
• Two men driving a red Honda Accord reportedly broke into at least two vehicles at a nightclub on Highway 196. The men were seen on video surveillance removing bags from two cars, and they matched the description of two suspects in a similar incident at a club in eastern Liberty County.

• A resident of Trawind Court reported his laptop, worth $836, was stolen from the front seat of his vehicle while it was parked in the driveway.

• Police responded to an apparent suicide at a residence on Burke Drive. The victim’s employees told officers they received text messages from the victim indicating his plans to harm himself before they went to his residence to check on him.

• A sports bar on E.G. Miles Parkway reported another customer tried to pay for his purchases with a counterfeit $50 bill.

Sept. 9
• Police cited a driver for DUI and failing to use headlights after sunset during a traffic stop at E.G. Miles Parkway and Pipkin Road. Officers detected an odor of alcohol, and the driver failed field sobriety tests.

• A resident of South Main Street reported a burglary in which $5,455 worth of items were stolen. Items included two sets of wedding bands, a laptop, game systems and cash.

• Officers found a vehicle burning on Barrington Ferry Road in Riceboro and located the owners, who did not respond at their residence but later called to report the vehicle stolen. The owners said the keys to the vehicle were inside the residence and they believed the vehicle had been locked. The vehicle was valued at $15,000.

Sept. 10
• A woman reported being accidentally injured when her hair became caught in a massage chair at a nail salon on West Oglethorpe highway. The woman said it took two hours to remove her hair, and a two-inch piece was ripped from her scalp in the process.

• A fast-food restaurant on E.G. Miles Parkway reported a customer tried to pay for food with a counterfeit $100 bill.

Sept. 11
• A church on Kelly Drive reported a burglary in which speakers, an equalizer, amplifiers and a VHS player, valued at $1,175, were stolen.

• A resident of Tupelo Trail reported her vehicle, worth $1,390, was stolen.

• A grocery store on West Oglethorpe Highway reported receiving a counterfeit $20 bill. The customer told police she received the bill during a transaction at a grocery store in Midway.

• A resident of Brantley Drive reported a burglary in which $6,252 worth of entertainment equipment, a laptop and military gear were stolen.

Sept. 13
• A store on West Oglethorpe Highway reported receiving a counterfeit $50 bill at its pharmacy.

• A furniture store on West Oglethorpe Highway reported a company truck stolen from the parking lot. The truck, worth $10,000, was left unlocked with the keys inside.

• A resident of South Main Street interrupted a burglary of her home. She observed three males exit her residence with electronics in hand. The woman told police the suspects dropped the items in her yard and ran in the direction of Glenn Bryant Road when they saw her.

• A resident of Sagewood Drive reported losing a firearm in its case while unpacking her belongings during a move. The resident told police her son placed the firearm on the top of her vehicle, and she drove off without knowing it was there. The handgun is valued at $400.

Sept. 14
• A convenience store on Memorial Drive received a $20 counterfeit bill. The customer told employees she found the bill across the street.

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