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Liberty County Sheriff's blotter for Oct. 6
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Recent reports to the Liberty County Sheriff's Office include:

Sept. 7
• Theft by taking — A woman claimed her former roommate returned to her Juanita Road home while she was not there and stole $100 from her bedroom. The woman said the roommate still had keys to the house and that he returned while no one was there. She said that is when he took the money.
The roommate said he had been inside the house once before, but added he was only in the kitchen and his former bedroom.
• Maintaining a disorderly house — An officer responded to a noise complaint on Lewis Frasier Road. The complainant said loud music was coming from the 12 Gauge Hunting Club. The complainant said the owner of the club told him he rents the place out every weekend for parties.
• Burglary — Officers responded to a break-in at a Mary Todd Road residence. The complainant said she saw a small, tan vehicle parked beside a storage building and a tall, thin man dressed in a white tank top and dark shorts standing nearby. She said she contacted a neighbor, and upon his arrival they noticed the back door open and the storage-shed door damaged. They backed away and waited for law enforcement.
• Matter of record — An officer responded to a call on Islands Highway, where a resident complained about cows in his backyard eating his crops. He said he did not know who the cows belonged to.

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