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POSTED: November 17, 2012 7:00 a.m.

Nov. 1: Suspicious acts — An HPD officer was flagged down while patrolling near Deerwood Drive. A woman told the officer that she had spoken a week earlier with a 14-year-old boy who claimed to have broken into several houses on Glenn Bryan Road. The boy also reportedly told the woman that he smokes marijuana. The woman also said she saw several men walking down Glenn Bryant Road stealing bags of candy from children on Oct. 31. Further investigation revealed a possible identity for the 14-year-old. The woman said she wanted the teen notified that she had made a police report. The woman also requested her house be placed on the house checklist.

Nov. 3

Burglary — unlawful entry — A Hinesville apartment complex resident reported that someone came into her residence and stole 12 undershirts from her bedroom. The woman said her residence had been entered unlawfully before but she did not report it. She said her deadbolt had been secured when she left and was still secure when she came back. No other items were taken.

Nov. 4

Burglary — forced entry — A Hinesville man said his residence had been broken into and several items were missing. The responding officer observed broken and shattered windows at the back door and kitchen. A friend had been checking the house for the man and his wife while they were out of town. The man said a television, Xbox 360, an amplifier, printer and video games were missing. The friend said he last checked the house the day the owners returned and nothing was disturbed.

 

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