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Police blotters for Oct. 30
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The following are from Bryan County Sheriff’s reports:

Oct. 20 –
A Pembroke man reported that someone broke into his home and stole a 3-gallon jug containing $700 worth of loose change. The man said he arrived home around 4:30 p.m. that day and noticed that his back door had been pried open.

Possession of a weapon at school
Oct. 22 –
A Bryan County High School student was arrested around 2:20 p.m. at the school in Pembroke and charged with possession of a weapon at school. The student handed over a silver folding knife to the high school staff during a school safety check earlier that morning.

Theft by taking
Oct. 22 –
An Ellabell man reported his 2003 Yamaha boat motor, worth $2,286.42, stolen from his boat, kept on Little Creek Road, around 12:19 p.m. The man did not know when it was taken, but he reported it when he noticed it was missing.

Aggravated assault
Oct. 22 –
An East Ellabell woman was stabbed in the stomach around 11:30 a.m. at her home. The woman told police that one white man and one black man, who were both selling steaks, approached her. The black man stabbed her and the pair ran off in the woods behind her home. The woman was turned over to emergency medical services. Police canvassed the area, but no one was found.  

Oct. 24 – A Savannah man was arrested around 1 a.m. on Groveland Nevils Road in Pembroke and charged with DUI. The man crossed the center line and was driving at 20 mph.

The following is from Richmond Hill Police Department reports:

Public drunkenness
Oct. 23 –
A Hinesville man was arrested around 10:25 p.m. at the Shell Gas Station on Sommers Boulevard and charged with public drunkenness. The police were called to the station in reference to an irate customer. When they arrived, they found the man upset and shouting about not being able to cash his lottery tickets. The man admitted to drinking.
Oct. 24 – A Richmond Hill man was arrested around 6:30 p.m. in the Coleman America parking lot on Hwy. 17 and charged with public drunkenness, after police were called in reference to an irate customer at Beef O’Bradys. The man was kicked out of the restaurant for being argumentative and was found walking on the shoulder of Hwy. 17. The man admitted to drinking.
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