Richmond Hill police checked bar cards for the first time last week.
According to RHPD Cpl. Susan Willis, the RHPD conducted its first Alcohol Beverage Card compliance check on Jan. 28 on city businesses that sell alcohol.
Employees from two gas stations and one liquor store were found to be in violation. It became mandatory for employees to carry the ABC cards as of Jan. 1, and 356 cards have been issued.
RHPD Chief Billy Reynolds and Capt. Mike Albritton both said they were pleased with the result of the first inspection and that the three businesses were given an opportunity to rectify the issue before any other actions were taken.
Boat, trailer stolen
On Jan. 26, a boat and trailer was reported stolen from the new Kroger parking lot.
According to the report, a Brunswick man left it there in an effort to sell the boat, described as a 2008 Yamaha. The value of the boat and trailer is estimated to be worth $23,000.
On Wednesday, Jan. 28, the RHPD got a call from a woman in Richmond Heights saying her neighbor was guilty of indecent exposure.
According to the report, the woman said she was sitting in her living room working on her lap top when she saw a neighbor on her back porch.
She said when her eyes met his the man wiggled his tongue at her and exposed his genitals. She then reportedly closed her blinds and called the cops.
The woman told police she did not know exactly where the man lived, but had seen him in the neighborhood.
After a search, Capt. Mark Long and Det. Dana Strickland identified the man as 36-year-old Timothy Ray Davis, Greenwich Drive, Parker Apartments, and arrested him for public indecency, loitering and prowling.
Davis remains in jail on a $732 bond, according to the Bryan County Jail.