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Blotters for Oct. 20

POSTED: October 21, 2010 10:12 a.m.
The following are from Bryan County Sheriff’s Department reports:

Theft by taking
Oct. 4 – A Richmond Hill woman reported that someone took her Colt Python gun and two bottles of medication, worth $1,500 combined, from her home sometime between Oct. 1 and the time the incident was reported. The woman told police that she was out of town and several people were in her home while she was away.
Oct. 4 – An Ellabell man reported that someone had taken batteries, worth $100 combined, from his two riding lawn mowers between Oct. 2 and the time the incident was reported.

Oct. 4 – Two Ellabell men reported that someone had stolen a chainsaw, worth $200, and a camera, worth $400, from their respective properties earlier that day.
Oct. 5 – A Pembroke man reported that while he was in the hospital for about three weeks, $2,200 worth of goods was taken from his home. The man told police that only his son and nephew had keys to his house.
Oct. 5 – A Richmond Hill woman told deputies that someone broke into her home and stole her television and remote control between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. The woman told police that she saw two men driving a silver and maroon Chevrolet truck, in the vicinity of her home prior to 9:30 a.m., and that one man knocked on her door.
Oct. 8 – An Ellabell man told deputies that a television, clothing iron and an oscillating fan, totaling $250, was stolen from his home. The man, who was in the process of moving, told police that he left his daughter alone in the house that night around 9 p.m., and either she or her drug dealer stole the items. The man stated that the daughter owed money to the drug dealer.
Oct. 9 – A Richmond Hill woman reported that someone entered her home sometime between Oct. 8 and the time that the incident was reported, and took her laptop computer worth $900. She told deputies that her residence may have been unlocked.

The following is from Richmond Hill Police reports:

Public drunkenness
Oct. 8 – A New York man was arrested at 7:40 p.m. at Louis’ Truck Wash and charged with public drunkenness. Employees of the Truck Wash called the police to remove the man from their business because he was disturbing customers.

Oct. 9 – A Glennville man was arrested by the Richmond Hill Police Department around 8:50 a.m. on Hwy.144 and charged with DUI and driving without a license. The man was pulled over for driving 54 mph in a 35-mph zone.  
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