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Hinesville Police Department blotters

POSTED: October 14, 2013 11:52 a.m.

Sept. 11
Criminal trespass — An officer was called to a residence at Palmetto Place about a domestic dispute. The officer noticed shattered glass on the porch and in the doorway, but the residence appeared to be empty. The complainant walked over from a nearby apartment and said his ex-girlfriend had damaged his property. The two, who recently had ended their relationship, apparently ran into each other while visiting friends at another apartment complex. The woman became angry and left, and the complainant left soon after, but by the time he arrived at his own apartment, the woman already was inside.

The complainant noticed spackling smeared on his carpet and sofa, and he said the woman was holding a pickle jar and telling him to come in. The man said the woman threw the jar at him, but he deflected it with the screen door, and the jar shattered. The man said the woman then poured bleach on his clothes and left.

The officer contacted the woman by phone, and she admitted to throwing the jar and smearing spackle, but she said the man smeared some as well. She would not comment on the alleged bleach-pouring incident. The complainant was given a copy of the report and advised of warrant procedures.

Sept. 12
Simple battery — An officer responded to a disturbance call at Regency Apartments, where a man and a woman said they had a verbal argument because, according to the woman, she would not buy the man anything from the store. The woman said the man threw a cup of beer and ice in her face while she was sitting in her vehicle. The officer said the woman smelled like beer, and he saw an empty cup and a puddle in her car. The man agreed with the woman’s description of events. The woman was briefed on further procedures.

Suspicious person — An officer was dispatched to a convenience store on West Oglethorpe Highway, where a female employee said she went to the west side of the building to dump coffee and saw a man standing in the wood line with his back to her. She said a branch obstructed her view, but the man’s pants appeared to be down. The employee said she startled him by yelling, and the man stooped to pick up his pants and ran into the woods. She could not describe the man to the officer, who checked the surrounding wooded area, but was unable to locate anyone.

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