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Hinesville PD blotter for Jan. 22
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Dec. 22: Simple batter/FVA — A Madison Drive woman told police her boyfriend got physically violent with her following an argument. The woman said her boyfriend grabbed a camera she uses for work, took it outside and indicated he was going to break it.
She then took some of his clothes and threw them outside. The woman told officers she managed to retrieve her camera and came back into the home. He followed her and, after continued arguing, began to choke her. She said he left after she threatened to call police. The woman told officers her boyfriend had been drinking and her children were asleep when the incident occurred.
She had no signs of injury and refused treatment.
The woman told police she would stay at her mother’s the rest of the evening.

Jan. 9
Harassing phone calls, criminal trespass — A Cumberland Drive woman told police her soon-to-be ex-husband had been calling her constantly, texting her and showing up at her home. She had taken out a temporary protective order against him.
Police contacted the soon-to-be ex-husband, and he assured authorities he would cease all communication with the complainant.
He and the complainant were given case numbers.

Jan. 11
Burglary — Police responded to a report of a suspicious person on Hollywood Drive, and the complainant made officers aware of a burglary he had not yet reported.
The man said he’d been socializing with his neighbors one afternoon when he returned and found his tablet missing. He suspected a woman he knows of taking it, but said he did not file a police report because he wanted to handle it himself. The case was forwarded to the detectives’ division.
The complainant was given a case report number.

Jan. 12
Criminal trespass, simple assault — A Barony Court woman said she’d been arguing with her daughter, who began throwing things inside the house and broke several items. The woman said her husband grabbed their daughter and stopped her from throwing anything else. He confirmed his wife’s story. The daughter admitted to the responding officer that she had argued with her mother and did throw things. She gathered her belongings and left the residence. The woman said she did not want to press charges.

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