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Liberty County Sheriff's blotter for March 18
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Unattended death
March 5, 2007
Dunlieve Road, Allenhurst

Deputies responded to a call from a complainant saying he found one of his employees lying face down in the floor of his mobile home and unresponsive. The complainant said the last time he saw his employees was March 2. On the morning of March 5, he said, he called the employee to give him a courtesy wakeup call, but there was no answer even after several attempts. The employer went to the mobile home and found the front door unlocked so he went in and found the employee on the floor. EMS arrived on the scene and pronounced the man dead. Detectives on scene were able to determine the death was the result of natural causes.

March 7, 2007
Davis Street, Hinesville

Deputies arrived on the scene of a burglary in progress. One of the deputies covered the front of the residence while another deputy entered through the back and began to yell for the suspects to get on the floor. One of the suspects ran out the front door where the deputy confronted him and subdued the subject with a Taser gun. The deputies searched both subjects and found $75 in cash, a small pistol, a box of .22 caliber rounds and a bag with a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana. Both subjects were transported to Liberty County Jail.

Matter of record
March 8, 2007

The sheriff’s office was advised of a person who was illegally trapping bobcats and otters. The game warden was notified and was able to issue a citation for trapping without a license. The complainant, who initially notified the sheriff’s office, said the offender threatened him for notifying law enforcement.

Animal complaint
March 9, 2007
McCumber Drive, Allenhurst

Deputies and Animal Control responded to a residential area where a dog was running loose and appeared aggressive. The complainant said the dog was always running loose and she feared for her children because the animal has an aggressive nature. Animal Control was able to seize the dog and left notification on the owner’s door.
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