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Driving in Liberty doesn't pay off for criminals
Liberty County Sheriff's blotter

Here are some recent reports filed with the Liberty County Sheriff's Office:

Aug. 10
Wanted person — A deputy was on his way to the jail for a shift change when he ran an SUV’s tag that was expired. The registered owner was wanted in Glynn County for deposit-account fraud. He pulled the SUV over, and the wanted owner of the vehicle was in the passenger seat. She was arrested and taken to the jail.

Aug. 11
Driving with license withdrawn/speeding — A deputy clocked a car traveling 86 mph in a 55-mph zone.
The deputy turned on his lights, made a vehicle stop and ran the driver’s information through the system. The driver had a suspended license and an active arrest warrant out of Chatham County.
The deputy placed the man in handcuffs and into the back of his patrol car. The vehicle was released to the passenger, who was properly licensed.
Accidental damage — A woman reported that she was driving behind a dump truck when a rock fell off the truck and hit her windshield, causing a crack. She wanted to file the report so she could move forward with an insurance claim.

Aug. 11
Suspicious activity — A woman complained that her soon-to-be ex-husband had placed items in her mailbox. She told the deputy she had a temporary restraining order against him, but she admitted she didn’t have proof that he placed items in her mailbox.

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