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Man bites deputy


June 02, 2017

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YEAH, RIGHT – A Spring Creek Road woman discovered her niece took one of her checks and wrote it out to the electric company for $180. When confronted, the niece claimed she was only showing her son how to write a check and it was “accidentally” turned in. 

 

SICK KITTY – Two people on Reedy Branch Road argued over one not taking a cat to the vet, as scheduled. The argument escalated until someone called the sheriff’s office.

ASKING FOR IT – A sheriff’s deputy was stopped at the Ogeechee River at the Highway 301 North landing when a man stopped and asked him whether he could fish there. He admitted having no fishing license, but kept talking to the deputy while the deputy ran his tag. Guess what? The suspicious would-be fisherman was driving on a suspended license, and after he deputy smelled a distinctive door emanating from his vehicle, was found to have marijuana in his possession. He didn’t go fishing, but he went to jail.

DOGGONE DOG CATCHER – A man called the Bulloch County Animal Shelter seeking his dog, claiming humane officers picked it up. When told they did not have his pet, he threatened to “grab my shotgun and come up there.”  Since no law enforcement reports appeared about a man with a gun at the shelter, apparently the threat was empty.

CINCO DE MAYO BLACKOUT – A man, shirtless and shoeless in 46-degree weather and covered in cuts from where he had been running through the woods off Brannen Farm Road, told deputies that he did not remember anything except visiting his grandmother and friends and drinking with them for Cinco de Mayo. He could not remember where he lived or where he had come from, so he was arrested.

FACEBOOK WARS – A Burkhalter Mobile Home Park woman said another female threatened to burn her house down by saying, “The dark has eyes, and I’ll burn her trailer down.” When deputies asked the alleged offender about it, she said it was the other woman who harasses her and posts things on Facebook such as, “It’s Friday, and I wonder how much meth he will be on when he gets home.”

DIRTY THIEF – Bulloch County man said a neighbor used a front end loader to take dirt from his property. Tracks led to the neighbor’s property. The neighbor said a man with a Russian accent three years ago told him he could take dirt from the property. He apologized and offered to pay. The land owner said there was no need to pay but had the offender served with a criminal trespass warning.

MAN BITES DEPUTY – A Simons Road man bit a sheriff’s deputy twice as he was being apprehended for disruptive behavior. He had struck his uncle in the head and yanked a plug of hair from his wife’s head when they refused to give him a gun. After he fled, deputies questioned his mother, who told them her son had a BB gun, not a real gun, and asked them to "please not kill him," that he was suicidal. Deputies located the man, and an outline of a gun could be seen in his pocket. A deputy warned him to get on the ground or he would be Tasered, and he complied, but later fought the arrest and bit the deputy.

OUT OF IT - A man who was found sitting in his vehicle on Langston Chapel Road was fidgeting and acting strangely. He uttered words that made no sense, was arrested on drug possession and DUI charges.

HAD HIM IN A HEADLOCK – A Booster Boulevard man heard a car door slam and went outside to find a man in his roommate’s vehicle. The suspect fled but the complainant chased him, tackled him and held him in a headlock until deputies arrived.

 


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