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POSTED: October 20, 2012 10:00 a.m.

Sept. 28: Enticing a child for indecent purposes/unruly juvenile — An 18-year-old Bradwell student reportedly wrote letters to a juvenile that were sexual in nature, prompting the young girl’s mother to file a report with DFACS and the police. The young girl also sent a text that contained sexual content to the 18-year-old.

In a similar yet unrelated incident reported the same day, a woman pressed charges alleging statutory rape against an 18-year-old student who repeatedly had sex with her juvenile daughter. The daughter admitted to having sex with the 18-year-old.

Obstruction — Police officers broke up a crowd of unruly juveniles that were fighting near Bay Tree Apartments after a Bradwell Institute football game. Officers stepped in and dispersed the crowd when a young lady reportedly stepped out of a car and continued to instigate the fight. Officers asked her to return to her car but the young lady refused and yelled expletives at the officer, prompting her arrest.

Sept. 29: Rape — A woman reported she was stunned with a stun gun and raped by a man she knew only as “300.” She said the incident took place in the area of Brett and Eunice drives. The woman was treated at Liberty Regional Medical Center.

Oct. 1: Fraud — A woman was swindled out of $487 after she received a call from a collection agency that threatened to have the woman arrested. The woman said she questioned the customer service representative and that the caller frequently refused to identify the name of the collection agency, later identified as Vantage Point Services, LLC. The woman said she feared being arrested and paid the fee and later discovered a scam alert regarding the company during an online search.

Stalking — A woman reported that her estranged husband continues to text her harassing messages and call her names, violating a protective order she has against him. She said they are separated and he is not to contact her unless it’s in regard to their child. She was advised to keep the text messages for future court dates and to move out of the residence they once shared on Fort Stewart.

 

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