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RHPD blotter: Drivers say they encountered objects on I-95
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From Richmond Hill Police Department reports:

 Matter of record: Two women reported around 8:45 p.m. Nov. 11 they “were traveling on the I-95 south bound on the extreme right lane when they were both confronted by a large black object in the road. Both drivers sustained damages to their vehicles as a result of colliding with the said object.”

Whatever it was, it was gone when police got there.

There were no reported injuries. Both vehicles were towed.

Animal at large: A woman reported around 2 p.m. Nov. 11 that a neighbor’s pit bull keeps getting out and on this particular day was trying to get into her backyard and biting her fence. At the same time, a loose black lab was running around the neighborhood as well, so the reporting officer called for animal control, and they showed up and rounded up the lab.

As for the pit bull, it was apparently back inside the home where it belonged and could be heard barking, but no one would answer the door when the officer knocked. However, a check of the tag on one of the vehicles in the driveway showed the owner “was wanted on multiple warrants through several jurisdictions, to include a felony warrant out of Liberty County.” The officer asked animal control to hold onto the dog until the owner came to pick him up.

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