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Hinesville PD blotter for June 4

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POSTED: June 4, 2014 10:28 a.m.

Here are some of the recent reports filed by Hinesville Police officers:

May 23
Entering auto — An officer responded in reference to a theft. The complainant said his Beats headphones were stolen from his car that was parked in Raintree Apartments. He went to his vehicle to get them from under the passenger seat, where he last placed them, and they were gone. His home has cameras, but the footage didn’t show anyone breaking into his car.

May 25
Burglary, no forced entry, residence — At 6 p.m., an officer went to Lawnwoods Drive in Hinesville on a burglary call. The complainant left the house in the morning and his wife left in the afternoon, so he wasn’t sure if she locked the front door. When he returned, the front door was open. He checked throughout the house and noticed items missing, such as two Xboxes, his wife’s wedding ring and two guns. The complainant heard his back door slam shut. He went to his backyard and noticed a man running toward Highway 196. He could not provide any serial numbers from the stolen items.

May 26
Terroristic threats, simple battery — Two officers went to Deveraux Road in Hinesville to investigate an alleged assault. The complaint had an issue with his neighbor because of loud music. He went over to his neighbor’s house and asked him to turn it down.
The neighbor then came over to the complainant’s house and started a fight. The neighbor said, “If we have a problem, we need to box it out.”
Then, a second neighbor came over to where the complainant and the first neighbor were and supposedly kicked the complainant in the face, put him in a chokehold and threatened to kill him. The complainant said he didn’t fight back because the second neighbor was handicapped.
An unknown person also tried to jump the complainant, but a witness pulled him off. Two witnesses said that the complainant was telling the truth, but the first neighbor was the one who started fighting with both neighbors. The officers were not able to get in contact with the second neighbor.

 

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