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Hinesville Police Department blotter for Sept. 16
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Kelly Dr., Sept. 4

A complainant told an officer she had been away from her mobile home for a few days and returned Sept. 4 to find the front door had been pried open, damaging the frame. She said she was missing two bins from a closet that contained all of her military and banking paperwork. She said the documents have her Social Security number on them. She also noted clothing, food and a stroller/car seat were missing. She said it was peculiar all her can goods, except for the peas, were missing and said a former roommate dislikes peas.

Battery, criminal trespass
Regency Place, Sept. 5

An officer met with the complainant who said she and her boyfriend had an argument that turned physical. The woman said the offender had tried to call her, unsuccessfully, and showed up at her home. He then accused her of cheating on him. She denied his accusation. He forced her to the ground and wouldn’t let her up. The woman suffered bruises, cuts and a possible broken thumb. Once she said what the offender wanted to hear, she was able to get up, but the argument proceeded to the kitchen where the complainant used a knife to try and make him leave. She was cut in the process. The boyfriend left when she said she was going to call the police. EMS arrived and administered first aid.

Theft by taking — gas drive off
E.G. Miles Parkway, Sept. 5

The complainant said the store was very busy and he did not see who was getting gas. According to the complainant, the person pumped $60.26 worth of gas. He was driving a red SUV and drove toward General Screven.

Harassing communication
Welborn Street, Sept. 6

A complainant reported being harassed by her estranged husband since May. She said he calls her at work and home continuously. She said he starts wanting to talk to his son but ends up screaming at her. The husband told the officer he just wants to speak with his son and the complainant won’t let him. He also said the complainant refuses to divorce him so he can’t get visitation of his children. The husband said he calls because he loves his kids and the only communication he has is over the phone. He said he would stop calling.
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