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Liberty County Sheriff's blotter for June 13
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May 29: Criminal trespass, Limerick Road, Midway
A Midway woman told LCSO deputies her father hung a cable across the back of her driveway and someone had knocked it down. She said the cable was hung to prevent a teenage boy from riding his four-wheeler across her property.

Theft by taking – felony
Screven Fork, Midway

A Midway man told LCSO deputies the last time he saw his gun was the week prior to his report. The man said he had stored the gun in the center console of his wife’s car.

June 1
Entering automobile with intent to commit theft
East Oglethorpe Highway

A Hinesville man told LCSO deputies someone stole a number of items from work vehicle tool bins at his business. The vehicles were parked inside a locked gate. Deputies reported it appeared someone had climbed the business’ chain link fence to gain entry to the property.

Disorderly conduct
Green Oaks Court, Midway

Liberty County Sheriff’s Office deputies reported a Midway couple was involved in an argument when the woman attempted to throw her boyfriend out of the house. The two appeared to be intoxicated, according to the LCSO report. Deputies reported they had initially succeeded in diffusing the situation and the couple promised to “sleep it off.” Then, the woman approached her neighbors in an aggressive manner before deputies had a chance to leave the property, according to the report. Deputies reported the woman would not respond to their requests to stop cursing and yelling. She reportedly yelled and cursed at the reporting deputy on the way to jail and cursed at the deputy during the booking procedure.

June 2
Violation of temporary protective order
Live Oak Church Road

A Hinesville woman told LCSO deputies she has an active protective order against a Hinesville man. She said the man constantly called her phone and went by her home, according to the report. The woman also told deputies she believed he went into her storage shed and took items.

June 4
Recovered stolen vehicle

LCSO deputies found a van on the side of a road in a ditch near the intersection of Pate Rogers and Butter Blount roads in Fleming. According to the LCSO report, the van’s windows had been broken out from the inside and there appeared to be blood on the side of the steering column.

June 5
Theft by sudden snatching
Dave Williams Road, Midway

A Ludowici man told LCSO deputies he was driving down Highway 84 when he picked up a man “that could possibly need a ride.” When the Ludowici man stopped to let the Midway man out of the vehicle, the Midway man grabbed the Ludowici man’s wallet and ran off. The Ludowici man told deputies he found his wallet but $30 was missing from it.

June 6
Criminal trespass
Sunshine Lake Road, Midway

A Midway man told LCSO deputies someone had come onto his property and wrapped his house with yellow caution tape and posted no trespassing signs on the house.

Disorderly conduct
Faye Drive, Midway

A Brooklet woman told LCSO deputies her guardian had hit her in the face. The guardian said the woman threatened to kill herself and others in the home with a knife, according to the LCSO report. The guardian told deputies the woman was on some type of medication other than her own. When the guardian tried to take the knife away from the woman they began to struggle, according to the report. The guardian told deputies she hit the woman in the face to make her release the knife. The woman reportedly became belligerent and combative when deputies tried to escort her back to a youth home. Deputies handcuffed her and then placed her in leg irons when she began to kick the patrol car door, according to the report.

June 7
Purser Country Walk, Midway

A Midway man told LCSO deputies he found four men in the vicinity of storage units he oversees. The men told him they had permission to get scrap iron from the units, according to the report. The man told the four men to leave and later found they had returned.
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