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BCSO Blotter for the week of Feb 22.
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From the Bryan County Sheriff ’s Office reports:

Feb. 19.

Damage to property: On Wednesday, February 14, 2024, at approximately 8:20 A.M., while traveling South on Georgia 405 around mile marker 91, Sergeant Trey Taylor was in the right lane of traffic when a vehicle, from an unknown direction, kicked a small rock from the ground which struck Sgt. Taylor’s patrol car front windshield. Sgt. Taylor’s did not notice any damage come from the initial strike of the rock. On Sunday February 18, at approximately 7:30 P.M., Sgt. Taylor noticed a crack begin to form on the middle driver side area of the windshield coming from where a chip was made on February 14. This was reported to Lt. Mike Brown, who notified Maj. Blige. Sgt. Taylor was given instructions to follow up on the matter with the County Shop.

Abandoned Vehicle: Officer finds abandoned vehicle on Tucker Rd. Roadway. Vehicle towed by Sapp’s Wrecker Service.

Fire-vehicle: Deputies respond to a vehicle fire on 4507 US-80. Matter of record: Deputies respond to a verbal altercation” between neighbors.

Aggravated Assault: Deputies respond to a ‘physical domestic’ involving a woman and her partner. Partner in question was charged with aggravated assault.

Feb 20. 

No Driver’s License, Speeding Driver charged on Olive Branch Rd. for the above offenses.

Damage to Property: Deputies respond to damage reported on a man’s semi-truck; the air lines were cut by an unknown man at the Loves truck stop on Hwy 280 E.

Compiled by editor Andrea Gutierrez.

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