Blotter BCSO: Lord told the man to go to Michigan; Deflated Santa Claus decoration

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According to reports from the Bryan County Sheriff’s Office:

Missing person found: Man found sleeping in van while carpooling in Black Creek on December 23 told MP “he was reading the Bible when the Lord told him to go to Michigan,” report says .

The report said the man was originally from Michigan but lived in Gainesville. He told MPs he found himself stranded and “waited for his social security check to be loaded on his bank card before returning home,” the report continued, noting that the man was being carried disappeared in Gainesville.

He told MPs that he had not eaten much in the past three days, and MPs brought him water and tried to feed him, “which he denied”, but allowed EMS to verify it.

The man’s father in Michigan had tried to reach him. MPs helped him put him in touch with someone there who could reach his father, and the man told them “he would probably be in the area until after January 1, 2022, which his bank card would be recharged with his social security check. He said he would likely be carpooling on US280 ninety percent of the time.

MPs suggested he move to the Love’s Truck stop “because it has better lighting, is open 24 hours a day and it would be easier to get gasoline for his vehicle in case it breaks down. before going home “. (He) appeared to be in a good mood before the MPs left the area. “

Unwanted customer: A Member of Parliament was sent to Love’s Travel Stop in Black Creek on Dec. 28 regarding a woman who “has been at the store all morning harassing employees and customers about using the phone. (The complainant) explained that they had already allowed the suspect to use the phone on several occasions and that whenever they denied allowing her to use the phone again, she would get angry and write on a piece of paper: “All the wicked must die.” The deputy spoke to the woman, who said her car battery was dead and she was waiting for money to continue driving. The assistant asked her why she wrote “all bad guys must die” and was told it was song lyrics. It turned out the woman was wanted in Butler County, Ohio, but authorities were unwilling to extradite her. The deputy jumped into the woman’s car so that she could continue traveling.

Registration case: A woman from Richmond Hill went to the South Bryan Sheriff’s Office on December 28 to report ‘for some unknown reason her neighbor … blamed her for an event that happened recently at Walmart in Savannah . (She) said he (he) blamed her for the weird thoughts he had. (She) said on Monday morning she found her trash cans overturned and trash bags thrown near her mailbox.

She thought it was her neighbor and said “she doesn’t understand why (he) has a fixation with her and she doesn’t want him to come to her property anymore”.

She didn’t want to press charges, but wanted to make a report.

Copy money: A Pizza Hut driver reported on Dec. 26 that a woman from Daniel Siding Loop Road paid for an order of $ 52.54 with “copy money” in the form of three counterfeit $ 20 bills.

The deputy went to the address where the order came from and locals told him they had not ordered anything but saw a woman and her son sitting in a pickup truck in front of their house . ” The residents[…]stated that (the son) got out of the vehicle when (the delivery driver) stopped with the order, paid the driver and left the scene with (his mother). ”

The money was recorded as proof. The report noted that “the same type of ‘money copy’ had been passed to (a dollar general nearby) a day or two before.”

Vandalism: A Richmond Hill man reported on December 23 that someone “made a big hole in his aerial Santa Claus decoration”.

The man said he was inside when “he heard a loud bang outside, but assumed it was on the street. (He) said he looked a bit later and noticed his yard decorations were going to bed, ”so he went out to investigate and found the hole in Santa Claus.

The man said he suspected the children were to blame, but “has no evidence at this time.” He was given a case number and he requested an additional patrol.

DUI, etc. : An assistant on Highway 280 at around 1:51 a.m. on December 25 pointed to a car heading east at around 74 mph and performed a traffic stop near Wilma Edwards Road. The driver gave him “an expired Pennsylvania driver’s license and said his new one was in the mail.”

As the deputy stood there at the driver’s side window he could smell the alcohol and asked the man how much he must have been drinking and he was told “a cup of wine”.

The deputy verified the man’s license in Pennsylvania and learned that it had expired since 2018. He verified the man’s information through Georgia and found his license status was suspended.

He then failed a DUI test and was taken to Bryan County Jail. Along the way, the deputy noticed that the man reeked of alcohol: “As he sat in the (deputy’s) patrol vehicle, the smell of alcoholic beverage consumed the interior. Theft: A construction company owner in Savannah called BCSO on Christmas Eve to report that he had found a stolen excavator in Chatham County to an address in Richmond Hill. It was found in an undamaged easement, but someone had repainted the company decals. At one point, witnesses said they understood the excavator had been bought for $ 35,000 by a guy who was in Tennessee at the time of the report.

The complainant was allowed to load it up and bring it back with him since he had proof of ownership, but was also asked to file a report with Chatham officials as soon as possible so they could sort it out.

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