From Bryan County Sheriff's Office reports.
Deputies were sent to a South Bryan address around 4:18 p.m. June 11 to handle “a suspicious person,” call.
There, the complainant said a man drove up near his home in a Black GMC Yukon Denali, got out and began to “walk around in his front yard while talking to himself. (Complainant) stated the male subject came onto the front porch of his residence and identified himself as a male prostitute.”
Then, “(complainant) stated that the male subject told him he came to his residence to see his wife. (Complainant) stated he became concerned about the individual and thought he may be having some type of medical problem,” so he called 911.
The deputy talked to the man, who gave his name and said he takes medication and “he started to hear voices in his head. These voices told him he was a male prostitute,” and told him to go to the (South Bryan) address.”
EMS was called, but the man refused a ride to the hospital and gave deputies his mother’s phone number. She came and got him. The complainant declined to prosecute.
Criminal trespass: A Richmond Hill landlord said June 11 he rented a mobile home to a man who let his ex-wife move in, and when they left “they caused damage to his rental property.”
That was followed by a list of the damage.
“Punched holes in all of the sheet rock walls.
Pulled all wall strips off the walls. Kicked all 4 doors off the hinges.
Ruined all the carpet in the home. Windows broken 2. Aluminum siding. Stove/refrigerator fee.
Ceiling paint (all).
Storm doors missing.
Front/rear decks broken wood. Floor vents replace. Laminate flooring chipped/broken. Under skirting. Trane AC unit wires cut.” The landlord was told to call the courthouse.
Matter of record: A Richmond Hill woman reported June 13 a kid on a 4-wheeler was driving recklessly. “She stated (another subdivision resident’s) juvenile son is speeding around the subdivision in his 4-wheeler, running stop signs and is going to hurt someone.” The complainant “also stated she went to (the teen’s) residence to speak with (his mother) about her son’s actions, but (the mother) told her to leave the property. (Complainant) also stated she was angry at the time and did yell at (the mother) during their interaction.
The deputy then went to talk to the mother, and she “stated (the complainant came to her residence yelling about her son driving his 4-wheeler, and she asked her to leave. (The mother) stated before (the complainant) left her property she shot her the bird with both fingers, and entered her vehicle and left in an unsafe manner.”
The deputy “advised all parties to try to stay away from each other and not have contact via social media.”
Fraud: A Richmond Hill woman reported June 11 she put a “wooden twin sized bed frame” on Facebook Marketplace and a woman contacted her, then came to visit on June 10 and “they agreed to a price of $90 for the bed frame.” The woman loaded up the bed frame then told the complainant “she forgot her wallet and that she would return and pay for the bed frame.” Except that she hadn’t as of the report date, nor had she returned any messages from the complainant, who got a case number.
Fraud: A Pembroke woman reported June 15 she was scammed. The woman said she’d applied by email for a job for a receptionist job at landscaping company on Indeed and got a response from a man who, after emails and texts, “explained interviews, questions and answers would be handled by phone,” and a more formal interview would take place at a later date due to COVID-19. The woman said the man “stated he would send her a check to get the equipment and items she needed in the meantime.”
She said she got the check by UPS on June 13 and on June 15 noticed the name on the check was different from the person she’s been communicating with. She called the landscaping company and was put in contact with the owners, who said it was a scam. The complainant was given a case number and the check was taken as evidence.