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RHPD reports: Did speeding driver have good excuse?
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From Richmond Hill Police Department reports:

 Speeding: Around 7 a.m. July 21 an RHPD officer clocked a black SUV going 112 mph in the southbound lane of I-95 near Exit 87.

The driver, from Miami, “indicated he was in a hurry to get home due to the impending birth of his son.”

Matter of record: “On July 19, 2020, Bryan County 911 dispatched an officer to be en route to (a local address) in reference to the caller stating he is a police officer for Facebook and Google and has learned about warrants for his arrest.”

Matter of record: A maintenance man for an apartment complex reported July 26 that a tenant “suddenly and for no apparent reason ‘exploded’ and began yelling and yelling profane language towards him. She further advised that he was not to go to her apartment to fix anything. (He) tried to get her to leave him alone and she responded that she could make ‘one phone call’ and have him ‘disposed of.’” The man asked police not to say anything to the woman because “that would only agitate the situation,” but asked that a report be made.

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