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Long County Sheriff's blotter for Nov. 16
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115 W Kenny Drive, Hinesville
Oct. 31, 2007

A woman reported she was being harassed through the Internet when someone posted blogs on MySpace and Yahoo 360 that were offensive and directed toward her even posting her name, address and date of birth. The victim filed the complaint because she is afraid this may lead to identity theft if her information is used by others.

Accident involving a deer
Nov. 6, 2007

Highway 84 at Doctor’s Creek, Ludowici
The front of a man’s 1996 Nissan Maxima was damaged when a deer stepped on the road around 11 p.m.

Accident involving a deer
Nov. 6, 2007
Ga. Highway 23 at
Rye Patch Road

A deer out for an early morning stroll stepped out onto the roadway and was hit by a man driving a 1997 Ford Escort. The deer was killed and the car suffered extensive damage to the front side.

Terroristic threats
Nov. 8, 2007
County Line MHP

A complaint was filed when an argument over cats turned threatening. The victim said she went out to her back steps where the two offenders were standing and they began to argue about her cats. The offenders then threatened her. A witness  said he heard the threats being made and when the offenders realized the cops were called, they began to curse at her. She was advised on warrant procedures.

Financial transaction
card theft
Nov. 9, 2007

A woman reported a friend who was staying with her used her credit cards without consent. The offender, using the complainant’s computer, apparently ordered items from QVC and the Home Shopping Network that were later delivered to the complainant’s house. The complainant also received a call from Tiffany’s telling her someone tried to use her credit card for a purchase that amounted to $3,000. When she called the credit card company, she discovered $10,000 had been spent.
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