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POSTED: November 27, 2012 7:00 a.m.

Nov. 8: Verbal dispute — A Hinesville woman complained that a former neighbor of hers approached her as she exited her vehicle in her driveway and told her not to speak to his child anymore. He insinuated she would need her gun if she spoke to the child again. The woman could not explain why the man approached her. She said she has never spoken to his child.

The responding officer went to speak with the man but was greeted by a woman at his residence. The woman said she watches the man’s child for him. She told the officer that the complaining victim recently had told a group of children that she “hopes their eyes fall out,” and that upset the man, whose child was in the group.

The complaining victim did admit to making the comment but said the man’s child was not in the group.

• Loud noise — A female resident at a Hinesville apartment complex complained that her next-door neighbor constantly bangs on the wall. She said she previously had filed a report regarding this problem. The responding officer went to speak with the next-door neighbor, who said she never bangs on the wall and had been sitting on her couch working on her computer when the complaining victim claimed she’d been banging on the wall. The neighbor said a hole in the wall of her apartment was not caused by her banging but might have been caused by her son playing with a toy basketball goal. Another nearby resident told the officer she never has heard any noise or banging sounds come from the neighbor’s apartment.

Nov. 15

• Theft of lost of mislaid property — A walk-in complainant reported that she lost her iPhone while visiting a friend at Summerwind condos. She thought it fell out of her vehicle when she opened the door and said her locator program indicated it was near East M.L. King Jr. Drive. The complainant was advised to return to the police department in the morning and see whether anyone had turned in the phone.

Nov. 16

• Theft by taking (vehicle) — A female reported that a while 2001 Hyundai Sonata was stolen from the Family Dollar parking lot at 402 S. Main St. The woman said she suspected her boyfriend, who has a key to the car, may have taken the vehicle. Officers touched base with the boyfriend, who claimed that he mislaid the title to the vehicle. He said that he had given the title to his girlfriend so she could pawn it for cash; the girlfriend, however, said he had given her the vehicle because his license was suspended and he was unable to drive it. Officers advised the parties that the issue is a civil one.

• Verbal dispute — An officer responded to Hinesville Square at South Main and Hendry streets after a complaint of threats. A female complainant said she was turning on Hendry from South Main when she was cut off by a gray car. When the complainant drove around the vehicle that cut her off, the other driver reportedly made an inappropriate gesture. The complainant said she followed the vehicle into the Hinesville Square parking lot as she called 911. While she was in the vehicle, she said the other driver approached her two times to confront her.

The driver of the car said the complainant had cut him off and that she made a “nasty” face when he drove past her. He said the complainant then followed him, got out of her car at a red light and gestured to a logo on her jacket as if it denoted authority.
Officers told both parties to leave and go separate ways.

 

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