Driving with suspended license
April 3, Oglethorpe Hwy. and Gen. Screven
Police saw a silver Honda going west with its lights off and stopped it. There were two women in the car and the driver was found to have a suspended driver’s license. She was placed into custody because she could not post bond. The offender’s court date is set for later this month.
Theft by taking
April 2, E. Oglethorpe Highway
Police were dispatched to the Sans Hotel where a man reported his wedding band was stolen. He had been staying there for the past five weeks while working as a contractor in Fort Stewart. He reported he placed his ring in the drawer of the nightstand and when he looked for it a few days later it was gone.
Theft of automobile
April 1, Frasier Street
A complainant advised police someone stole her car from her driveway. She said the vehicle was unlocked and the keys inside. Police are searching for a Black 2001 Pontiac Sunfire with a Georgia tag of 7394ANZ.
March 30, E. Oglethorpe Highway
A woman, diagnosed with schizophrenia, was released from Memorial Hospital in Savannah on March 28. She had not taken her medications since her release and caused a disturbance in the lobby of the Sunset Inn. She told police she had no idea how she got to Hinesville and was admitted to Liberty Regional Medical Center.
Theft by taking
March 29, E.G. Miles Parkway
Someone took a plastic container from the Dollar Store on E.G. Miles Parkway. The container held money donated to a charity. The subject was previously talking to a clerk and even asked the clerk which way the surveillance cameras were pointed. The money was for an organization call Pro-Literacy America and it is believed the subject made off with $20-25.
March 28, Page Lane
Animal Control and police arrived at a residence where a loose dog attacked and bit a smaller dog that was being walked by its owner. When the owner separated the dogs, she was injured on her left arm and leg.