The following are on file with the Richmond Hill Police Department:
Nov. 18 – A Savannah woman was arrested around 9:50 p.m. on Hwy. 17 and charged with DUI. The woman was stopped during a traffic check near South Eastern Bank.
Theft by taking
Nov. 19 – A man told police around 9 a.m. that someone had taken about $20 in coins and two cell phone chargers from his car parked outside his home in the Melrose subdivision. The man left his car unlocked the previous evening. A police officer noticed that the car door was not completely closed during a patrol.
Nov. 19 – A woman told police around 7:30 a.m. that someone had taken two televisions from a van parked outside her home on Boyd Drive. The woman told police that the car was left unlocked. A police officer noticed that the car door was slightly open during a patrol.
Nov. 19 – A Richmond Hill man told police around 7 a.m. that someone had taken 100 gallons of diesel fuel, worth $300, from his truck, which was parked at the Chevron Station near I-95 and Hwy. 17 overnight.
The following are on file with the Bryan County Sherriff’s Department:
Fleeing/attempting to elude
Nov. 18 – An soldier living in Hinesville was arrested in the morning at the Bryan County Sherriff’s office after speeding away from deputies the previous evening, Nov. 17. The man arrested was travelling with another man on Hwy. 17 when a deputy clocked the pair driving 88 mph in a 55 mph zone. Both men were driving separate motorcycles. One man pulled over, but the man who was eventually arrested sped off toward I-95. The man then went up and down the wrong way of the on-ramp, weaved through traffic while speeding on Hwy. 17, ran through a red light at Harris Trail Road and passed stopped vehicles on the shoulder of the road before speeding away from deputies on I-95. The deputy contacted the man’s sergeants on Fort Stewart, and the man was bought to the police station in Pembroke the next morning. He was charged with aggressive driving, fleeing/attempting to evade an officer, reckless driving, driving the wrong way on a one-way street, improper passing, running a red light, improper lane change, improper tag display and speeding.
Criminal damage to property
Nov. 21 – A Pembroke man reported around 12:48 p.m. that five boys had broken the windows of three cars at a residence on Pine Needle Drive. Deputies found the juveniles, an 8-year-old, two 10-year-olds, an 11-year-old and a 5-year-old, at a home nearby and left them in the custody of their guardians. The victim did not immediately press charges.