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Hinesville Police Department blotter Mar. 24
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Rowe Street
March 3

A complainant told the responding officer she has a temporary protection order against her husband, but that two of her neighbors told her they saw the husband driving in front of her house, about 7:45 p.m. and 9:11 p.m. on that day. The complainant said she did not see her husband. The complainant said her husband was not allowed within 100 feet of the residence and she has the paperwork stating this.

Criminal trespass
W. Washington Avenue
March 5

When the officer arrived in reference, the complainant advised him that she came home at approximately 5 p.m. and found the front window broken. The dead bolt on her door was also broken. Upon inspection of the door, she said it appeared someone had tried to push it open. And only the outer pane of the double pane window had been broken. The officer could not determine what may have broken the window. The officer also did not see any footprints. The complainant said she left home secure on March 3 and the window had not been broken. She said no property had been taken from the residence and everything was as she had left it.

Suspicious act
W. Oglethorpe Hwy
March 6

An officer was dispatched to Wal-Mart in reference to two dogs missing from a vehicle in the parking lot. The complainant said she entered the store at 11 p.m. When she returned to her car at about 11:30, the passenger door was open and her two Chihuahuas were missing. She said her boyfriend had left the passenger door unlocked but thought he had closed it. The officer inspected the car but could find no sign anyone had entered it. The complainant said nothing was missing except the two dogs. One was a 2 year old and brown and the other is 5 and brown and black. Several Wal-Mart employees told the officer they saw two dogs matching the descriptions dogs walking in the parking lot a few minutes before the officer arrive. The officer patrolled the area for several minutes but could not find the dogs.

Public drunk
Kelly Drive
March 7

An officer was dispatched in reference to a suspicious woman walking around a residence and knocking on the door. The officer found the suspect sitting in a chair outside the residence. She told the occier she was drunk and lost. Another officer arrived and noticed she was very intoxicated and could not remember the phone number or address where she was staying. She was arrested, taken to jail and cited for public drunk with a bond amount of $272.
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