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Liberty County Sheriff's Office reports: May 12-13
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May 12
Dog bite — Neighbors jumped the fence to help a man who was being attacked by his dogs.
The man said the dogs were fighting and he jumped in to pull them apart and that is when they started to bite him.
The neighbors reported they heard the man yell and that is when they jumped the fence to assist.
Deputies reported the dogs already were separated and locked in different rooms of the home on Parrish Loop Road by the time they arrived.
The female home owner was told to keep the dogs quarantined until environmental services could visit the house.

Theft by taking ­— A man said he left his Ford pickup truck parked at the Hack’s Pasture Hunting Club in 2008 and when he went back to the hunting club this month it was not there.
He said the truck had some front-end damage and he only used it at the club reserve when he was a member.

May 13
Matter of record — A man complained that his neighbor had released hogs into the wild and they were now damaging his property. He said the hogs damaged the piping for his irrigation system and some of his plants.
A deputy informed the man that the area had complaints about the loose hogs dating back for a year and assisted the man by putting him in touch with trappers.

Simple battery/criminal trespass — A disabled man had damage done to his power chair when his wife got mad at one of his house guests.
The wife claimed she didn’t like the guest because he and her husband allegedly sold drugs out of the house. She said her name is on the lease and she didn’t want to be responsible for any possible illegal activities being conducted at the house.
She admitted she doesn’t live there with her husband and told the deputy she would take her name off the lease.

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