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Hinesville Police blotter for March 11

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POSTED: March 27, 2007 5:13 a.m.
Theft by taking
March 3-5, 2007
15th St. and Highway 196

A transport truck driver picked up a cargo trailer that contained 35,000 pounds of refrigerated and dried food, and cheese from Jacksonville and drove to Hinesville. He parked at the corner of Highway 196 and 15th Street to unload the container and chassis and then went home. Two days later, he went to pick up the trailer to deliver it and discovered it was missing. HPD put out a BOLO notice for an orange-red trailer container (SUDU6514860) with a black chassis (FLXZ407701) bearing the name HAMBURG

Criminal damage
March 5, 2007
W. Oglethorpe Highway

A complainant reported her ex-boyfriend damaged all of her belongings and clothes after she broke off their relationship. She said she went to gather the last of her belongings and found he had destroyed her dresser and her clothes were in the yard and covered in bleach. Police told her about warrant procedures.

Concealed weapon
Feb. 22, 2007
West Gen. Screven Way

A store employee phoned her manager to report she had seen the outline of a gun beneath the liner of a trashcan. The manager phoned police while enroute to the store. When the manager arrived, the employee took him to show him the gun but it had been moved. The manager then noticed a red jacket draped over a chair. The jacket had a heavy object in a pocket. Police arrived and found a semi-automatic, 9mm handgun with a loaded magazine clip. The jacket was identified as belonging to a customer who had just left. Police searched for the subject but could not find him. The case was turned over to detectives.

Theft by taking-bicycle
Feb. 22, 2007
E.G. Miles Parkway

A complainant advised police that while visiting a friend, his bicycle was stolen. He had propped it up against the wall by his friend’s house, but had not secured it. The bike was a black, yellow and white Mongoose with 20-inch tires and a bungee cord on the front that held a teddy bear and small key ring. Police searched the area but the bicycle was not found.

Possible animal cruelty
Feb. 22, 2007
Sidewinder Way

A complainant advised police his neighbor’s dog appeared in ill health and was possibly malnourished. Complainant said he had to provide food and water for the dog to help it stop convulsing. Police found the dog chained to a tree and noticed the animal so skinny his ribs were visible from several feet away. Police contacted one of the homeowners who claimed the dog belonged to his wife and he had told her repeatedly to take better care of it. He also told police that Animal control had been there before regarding the dog’s condition. Police forwarded a copy of the report to Animal Control to investigate.

Hit and run-dog
Feb. 19. 2007
Paul Caswell Blvd.

A complainant told police his dog broke loose from the leash and was running around the neighborhood. The man saw his dog run into the middle of the street and before he could get to it, a yellow Dodge Neon hit the animal. The dog died from the impact. The driver of the Neon stopped to check the damage to the vehicle and, when he noticed the dead dog, fled the scene. Police called OMI to remove the dog.  

Indecent exposure
Feb. 16, 2007
Kelly Drive, Hinesville

While patrolling around the Alston Ridge Mobile Home Park, police saw a man move in between two homes. Upon investigating, the police found the man reliving himself against the wall of one of the homes. The man was cited for indecent exposure.
 

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