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Crime reports for Feb. 18
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The following reports are from the Bryan County Sheriff’s Department

Theft by taking
Feb. 4 — A Richmond Hill man reported a home utility trailer missing around 8:30 p.m. from his friend’s home on Belfast River Road. He said the trailer belonged to him and his uncle, but he was keeping it at his friend’s house when it went missing.
Feb. 2 — Deputies responded just before 10 a.m. to Hope Creek Drive in Richmond Hill after a man reported a 4-wheeler and utility trailer missing from his home. The man’s telephone line had also been disconnected.

Feb. 4 — Deputies responded around 5:45 p.m. to a home in Ellabell off of Highway 119 after a woman reported several items missing from her home including a television, laptop, cash and 11 guns valued at approximately $7,840. The front door of the residence appeared to have been pried open and had some damage.
Jan. 30 — A Richmond Hill woman reported around 7 p.m. that two televisions were missing from her home on Highway 144. Deputies found the door had been pried open, but no other items were missing from the home.  

Feb. 3 — Deputies stopped a Pooler man around 12:30 a.m. on Highway 280 just outside of Pembroke after he was seen weaving on the road. The man smelled of alcohol, and told deputies he was trying to make it to his Pooler home after leaving a bar in Savannah. He admitted to drinking and also failed a field sobriety test.

Entering auto
Feb. 3 — Deputies responded just after 8 p.m. to White Street near Pembroke after a man reported that someone had gone through his truck. The man said when he arrived home he found the passenger doors on his truck open with stereo speakers lying on the ground by the truck. He told deputies he’d made several similar reports in the weeks prior to this incident after finding his vehicle doors open.
Feb. 2 — Deputies responded just after 5 p.m. to a home on Highway 144 after a Richmond Hill man reported Lorcet pills and his car keys missing. The man said his girlfriend took both items.

The following reports are form the Richmond Hill Police Department

Feb. 3 — Just before 11 p.m. officers stopped a Richmond Hill man on Highway 144 near Frances Meeks Way after noticing him weaving on the road. The man admitted to having several drinks hours before being stopped, but still smelled of alcohol. He failed a field sobriety test and was arrested.
Feb. 2 — Around 2 a.m. officers stopped a Richmond Hill man on Port Royal Road near Highway 144 after he was seen weaving on the road. The man told officers he was coming home from the bar and had several drinks and a shot of tequila while there. He smelled of alcohol and failed a field sobriety test.

Possession of marijuana
Feb. 1 — Just after 2 a.m. officers stopped a Springfield, Ohio, man on Interstate 95 because his vehicle had no working tag lights. The man smelled like marijuana, but told deputies he and his friends, three other passengers in the car, had smoked it in his car earlier that day. A drug dog indicated there was marijuana in the car, and officers found cigarillos with marijuana in them in the car. All four people in the car were arrested.

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