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Sheriff's bloter for Jan. 21
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Theft by taking
Jan. 3, 2007
Coastal Highway, Riceboro
Liberty County Sheriff’s Office made contact with a loss prevention supervisor of a local convenience store to report a possible theft of funds from an ATM machine inside the store. The supervisor claimed that for a period of five months a shortage of $3,220 was realized from a specific ATM. The supervisor turned over documents to the sheriff’s office to support his suspicions of an employee he believes is responsible for the theft. The sheriff’s detective unit is working with the store’s loss preventing in the investigation of this case.
Disorderly conduct
Jan. 15, 2007
Chemical Plant Rd., Riceboro
The sheriff’s office was notified of an incident at Chemtall. A complainant reported a co-worker threatened to throw her down on the concrete and bash her head in. The incident was also reported to management. The complainant stated she does not know what provoked the incident. Warrant procedures were explained.
Interfering w/public utilities
Jan. 2-15, 2007
Freedman Grove Rd., Fleming
A deputy was dispatched to a residence on Freedman Grove Road and met with a Coastal Electric utility representative who stated the resident of a house knowingly tampered with the electric meter. He stated  the power to the residence was turned off on Jan. 2 for non-payment and the resident then tampered with the meter and turned the power back on. The deputy provided the company representative with a case reference number and advised him how to get a copy of the report.
Criminal trespass
Jan. 16, 2007
Shaw Road, Walthourville
A deputy responded to a report of a criminal trespass. A complainant told the deputy his ex-girlfriend returned to his residence to pick up some of her property. Complainant stated they had a previous incident and at that time the woman took most of her belongings and then returned to retrieve the rest. Complainant told the deputy that once the offender left, he went back inside the house and when he went into his bedroom and noticed all of his clothes were thrown on the floor and soaked in bleach. Complainant believes his ex-girlfriend did the damage in retaliation. He was advised of warrant procedures.
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