June 14: Possession of cocaine, possession of tools for the commission of a crime, possession of marijuana, cruelty to children — Deputies responded to a domestic dispute call from a resident in Denmark Trailer Park on Old Sunbury Road. When they went to investigate, a woman in the suspected residence was evasive and answered inconsistently, saying she was locked out of the home and did not have a key. While officers were speaking with the woman, a male with blood on his clothing opened the door and explained the two had argued and he cut himself. Officers entered the home and found marijuana and paraphernalia, cocaine, a trail of blood and damage to the structure consistent with violence. Both parties were arrested and taken to the Liberty County Jail. A child reportedly present for the argument was sent away with a relative prior to police arrival; DFACS was notified about the incident.
June 15: Suspicious activity — A resident of the 80 block of Kallquist Drive in Hinesville reported hearing something outside his home around 2 a.m. The complainant saw what appeared to be two males standing in his front yard, but when he turned on the lights and went outside, he heard the males talking in the woods. Deputies searched the area but did not find anyone and reported that nothing was missing or disturbed.
June 25: Possession of marijuana — During a routine patrol around Clubhouse Drive in Midway a deputy saw a man lean into the window of a car and exchange something with the driver. Once the people saw him the man quickly walked away and the driver pulled away. The deputy stopped the car because of the suspicious activity and received consent to search the vehicle. The deputy found a large plastic bag with what appeared to be marijuana in the front pocket of the passenger’s pants. He also found $450 and a possible marijuana cigarette.
Criminal trespass — A woman reported someone had slashed the rear tires on her vehicle and stole the tag while she was away from her Ruben Wells home for the day. Police gathered the information and entered the stolen tag number into the Georgia Criminal Information Computer.