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Hinesville Police blotter for Jan. 11
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Dec. 21
Fraiser Circle

An officer was dispatched to Liberty Regional Medical Center in reference to an assault that reportedly occurred the previous night. The officer spoke with the complainant who said she was beaten up. The victim stated she was sitting on a couch watching TV and the offender walked up, grabbed her leg and tried to break it. The complainant said the offender then started hitting her face, head, back, legs and then choked her. She noted the offender also wouldn’t let her leave the house. The complainant said she was also assaulted on another occasion and was tired of getting beat up. Photos were taken of her injuries that included bruises on her jaw, throat, left eye, arms, legs and on her back. There were lacerations on both of her hands from being dragged on the concrete during one of the altercations and a bite mark on her left hand.

Theft by taking, dog
Dec. 23
Knotts Drive

An officer was dispatched to Knotts Drive in reference to a missing dog. The complainant stated he was outside the night before and saw his dog playing in the backyard. At about 6:30 a.m. Dec. 24, the complainant noticed his dog was missing. The dog’s name is Octamus. He is 4 years old, black/brown in color and has a green collar. The complainant noted a neighbor saw a white Escalade in the area between midnight and 1 a.m. the previous night, but was unable to give a description of the driver or the tag number. A copy of the report was forwarded to Animal Control.

Domestic problem
Dec. 24
Ashmore Road

An officer spoke with a complainant who reported she and her husband are in the process of getting a divorce and things were getting heated. The complainant said her husband is stationed in Germany but is on holiday leave somewhere between his mother’s house in Alabama and possibly Georgia. The complainant also said her husband had been threatening to come home without her knowing or show up somewhere unannounced. She stated she is afraid and believes her husband might hurt her if he makes contact with her. The complainant also said she would email showing she had been threatened.

Criminal trespass
Dec. 24
Tray Court

On Dec. 24, an officer was dispatched to Tray Court in reference to someone slashing Christmas yard ornaments. The complainant reported her daughter went outside to smoke a cigarette and noticed two of the ornaments were damaged. The complainant stated she checked the ornaments and noticed someone had slashed them with some type of sharp object. She said she did not see anyone hanging around the area that day. The snowman and Santa ornaments are worth $100 each.
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