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Connect Crime: Ping pong balls and snakes


June 30, 2017

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SEEING RED - Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance on Old Groveland Road where a woman accused a man of seeing other women. When he expressed denial and concern that she would wake up their son with her yelling, she became even angrier and jumped on his back. The woman told deputies she saw a “red-headed woman rubbing (the man’s) butt in the swimming pool,” but there was no swimming pool or red-headed woman at the residence. Deputies said the woman appeared to be under the influence, was jittery and had a prescription to a substance similar to methadone, on which they said she possibly overdosed.

 

IT’S CAPTAIN KANGAROO – A South Edgewood Drive woman said someone broke in and stole $15 worth of ping pong balls.

 

RATIONALIZING THEFT – An Ashebrooke subdivision man caught another man taking metal from a container on his property. The offender, who was served with a criminal trespass warning, said he was building a dog pen and thought it would be OK to take the metal.

 

IN HER OWN WORLD - A woman who had been reported missing by her husband was found sitting under a tree, inhaling air duster from an aerosol can, with burns on her hands. She was highly intoxicated and taken to the hospital. 

 

LOST AND WANTED –A Hightower Road woman called deputies when a man kept banging on her door. When deputies responded, they were flagged down by a man matching the woman’s description who said he had been drinking with others and they put him out on the side of the road. He claimed he did not know where he was and was lost. A check revealed he was wanted in Tattnall County for theft by taking and he was arrested.

 

SNAKES ALIVE – An Eldora Road woman and her husband confronted a neighbor, angry that he did not clean up his property, causing snakes to come into their yard. She said the neighbor’s stepson threatened them with harm as well.

 


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