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Liberty County Sheriffs blotters June 27

June 5Verbal dispute — Two deputies were dispatched to McCumber Drive in Hinesville due to a domestic dispute. The complainant, parked outside of her mother’s house, said her mother went to her grandmother’s house and took her belongings. The mother told the deputy that she told her daughter to move out because she wasn’t helping around the house.
The complainant went to her grandmother’s house, but her mother didn’t want that because of the grandmother’s health. The mother took the complainant’s belongings from her grandmother’s house back to her own residence and made the complainant move out.

June 6
Pedestrian under the influence of alcohol or drugs — At 12:30 p.m., a deputy was sent near Highway 17 and Luke Road. A bicyclist, possibly under the influence, was falling off his bike into the road.
The man was sitting down before the deputy arrived, then stood up and stumbled around a ditch. He introduced himself to the deputy, who smelled alcohol. The deputy checked his name through the system and found he was wanted by Richmond Hill Police Department and in Chatham County.
The deputy searched the man’s backpack and found an empty, 40-ounce beer can.
Theft by taking, misdemeanor — A deputy went to Bucks Outboards because of a report of a stolen motor.
The complainant last saw the green-and-gold motor at 5 p.m. the day before and noticed it missing the next morning.
The complainant has cameras around his business, but did not see anyone take the motor.

June 7
Entering auto — A Midway woman said that someone broke into her car the night before and stole her scanner, two batteries and the charger. The property belonged to her workplace, FedEx. The passenger-side window was cracked, and she believed that is how the offender got in to the car.
Dog bite — A deputy was dispatched to the corner of Clubhouse Drive and Wayside Circle in Midway after complaints of a dog bite.
The complainant had three bite marks on her leg. The biting occurred when she was at a residence on Greenwood Turn. The owner of the dog said the complainant was drinking beer at a neighbor’s residence. They asked the complainant to leave several times. She started to leave, but decided to get another beer from the house, and that was when the dog bit her.
The dog’s owner was unable to give the deputy shot records for the dog. The deputy told the owner that the dog would have to be quarantined for 10 days.

June 8
Matter of record — A deputy went to the Days Inn in Hinesville because there was a man being disruptive in the lobby.
The man said hotel management wanted him to leave because they thought he put holes in the wall of the hotel room. He also had too many people in his room at one time, and they wanted him to pay extra. When the hotel manager asked about the holes in the wall, she said that she just wanted him to leave the property.
The deputy and the man went to his room so that he could take his things and leave. The deputy said there were no holes in the wall and only three people in the room.
Criminal trespass — At 6:30 p.m., a deputy went to Highway 196 West in reference to a burglary. The complainant said she was at the property doing yard work for the owner and noticed the bedroom window broken and opened. The complainant and her husband went inside and didn’t see anything missing.
The deputy was unsure if the offender even gained access into the house. The owner was informed of this incident.

June 10
Criminal damage to property, first degree — A deputy went to Melvin Drive in Hinesville because of a criminal trespasser. A Holtzman Realty property manager said neighbors called him when the front door of the property was kicked in and opened.
There was soot on the floor of every room of the house because of a fire that was started inside. No property was stolen from the house.

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