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POSTED: July 4, 2014 11:00 a.m.
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June 20
Theft by taking, dog — An officer was dispatched to Rogers Road because of a reported stolen dog.
The complainant said her dog, a blue-nose pit bull, was missing from the backyard that morning. She always kept it in the backyard and last saw the dog at 4 p.m. June 19 and didn’t check on the dog until 8 a.m. the next morning. The dog is not on a leash, but it has never escaped the backyard before.
When the complainant returned home June 19, there was an animal-control notice on her front door telling her to get her dog’s shots up to date. The complainant said her neighbor previously asked her if she wanted to get rid of the dog because she is not taking care of it.
The officer asked the neighbor if she took the dog, and she said no. Another neighbor said she was the one who called animal control because the dog looked like it was going to die. The officer contacted an animal-control officer, who said the dog looked dehydrated, but she couldn’t take the animal, so she gave it water.

Entering auto — An entering-auto incident on South Main Street was reported. The complainant noticed his air bag had opened, and it appeared someone tried to take his GPS, but it was secured to the dashboard. Nothing was taken out of the vehicle. The officer could not locate anyone in the area who looked suspicious.

June 21
Aggravated assault — An officer was called because of a domestic dispute at the main gate of Fort Stewart. The argument started when the wife took her husband’s car keys because he allegedly was drunk. He took the keys from her and left the house. She was afraid of the way he was acting, so she packed her things in order to stay with a friend.
When she stepped outside, her husband was there. He yelled “I am taking my stuff,” and grabbed her purse and ended up pulling her down the street.
She yelled for help, but he took her phone and keys and left in his vehicle. She got in her vehicle, but when she tried to leave the neighborhood, her husband ran into her car. She was able to escape him, though, and went to Fort Stewart to go to her husband’s unit. She was stopped at the gate and made to wait for an officer from HPD. The officer tried contacting her husband, but he hung up on the officer twice.
Officers in the area were told to look for the husband’s car.

June 22
Entering auto — An officer went to Deann Drive because of an entering-auto incident.
The complainant said someone entered his car and stole his oil pump. His girlfriend’s car also was broken into, but nothing was stolen.
They told the officer that they left their cars unlocked.
They noticed their cars were broken into at 3:45 a.m. because lights were left on.

 

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