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Hinesville Police blotter for March 18

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POSTED: April 3, 2007 5:14 a.m.
Theft by taking
March 6, 2007
Pineland Avenue

A complainant advised police her Dell laptop computer and gold wedding ring set were taken from her patio. She said she was working on her laptop when she stepped inside her residence to answer a phone call. Afterward, she forgot her equipment and jewelry were outside and left the residence for three hours. When she returned she realized what she had done and went to retrieve them but they were gone.

Found contraband
March 12, 2007
Pafford Street

A Bradwell Institute instructor reported finding a marijuana pipe in a bush near the school baseball field. The evidence was turned over to MACE agents and placed into an evidence locker.

Suspicious activity
March 12, 2007
Chandra Way

Hinesville Police, Savannah FBI and Liberty-Hinesville Emergency Management officials responded to a residence where a man received a suspicious piece of mail. The man said he received a letter from a fiend in Miami, Fla. When he opened the letter, a white powdery substance flew into the air and he accidentally inhaled some if it. He placed the envelope and substance into a plastic bag and called his friend in Miami who denied sending a letter with any substance. He advised authorities that, although he washed his face and hands immediately, his face became swollen and he felt very dizzy. His wife drove him to Winn Army Hospital for evaluation and treatment. Savannah FBI field officials and LHEMA made arrangements to have the substance analyzed.

Armed robbery/knife
March 12, 2007
West Oglethorpe Highway

A man was attacked with a small pocketknife while walking toward the Flash Floods on West Oglethorpe Highway. As he approached the store, he heard someone say, “Hey, I owe you,” and then was struck with a blunt object on the left side of his face. While he was on the ground, he heard another voice say, “If you ain’t going to shoot him then cut out his eyes.” To defend himself, he raised his hands in front of his face and received a cut on his hand. The victim told police one man fled on a bicycle and he believed two other suspects fled into a wooded area behind the store. The case was turned over to the detective unit for further investigation.
 

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