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Evans County Sheriff's reports - January 29

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Evans Sheriff's Arrests
▲ Victor Lakeith McCoy, 30, Southeast Pearl Street (Collins)-suspended/revoked license.
▲ Shakeya Daneshia Brewton, 26, Littles Street-obstruction of officers.
▲ Kimberly Jones, 28, East Liberty Street-probation warrant.
▲ Mario Gonzalez, 32, Gary Hill (Lyone)-driving without license, expired tag.
▲ Johnny Shad Griffin, 35, North Grady Street (Hagan)-expired tag.
Evans Sheriff's Incidents
▲ HIGHWAY 301-A man was reported trying to run a woman off the road.
▲ LOTTS CREEK ROAD-A complainant said someone slashed all four of the tires on his vehicle while he was in South Carolina.
▲ OLD SAVANNAH HIGHWAY-A caller said her neighbor was coming into her yard and harassing her.
▲ JOHNSON EXT-A complainant said someone stole his gun out of his vehicle.
▲ PONDEROSA ROAD-A woman said her ex-husband stole a play station from her residence.
▲ OLD JESSIE TIPPINS FARM-A complainant said there were suspicious subjects on this property.
▲ JOHN TIPPINS ROAD-A caller said it looked like someone was in his vehicle pointing a gun out of the window.
▲ ZIP IN-A woman stated a man is continually harassing her and has threatened her nephew.
▲ SUNBURY ROAD-A woman stated she heard a gunshot near her residence.
▲ MOSLEY ROAD-A caller stated she locked her keys in her car.
▲ BURKHALTER CIRCLE-A woman stated that her husband is throwing her stuff out in the yard.
▲ BOB SMALL ROAD-A complainant said the people who rent from him noticed a refrigerator missing from the shed.
▲ PONDEROSA ROAD-A caller stated her husband is tearing her house apart.
▲ TELLIE AKINS ROAD-Someone reported a stolen computer from this residence.
▲ HUGH BREWTON ROAD-A caller stated someone is stealing off the land he is renting.
▲ OLD SAVANNAH HIGHWAY-A woman said her neighbor has been shooting her dog with a bb gun.
▲ COMMERCIAL DRIVE-A man stated that if he goes outside where his daughter's boyfriend is, it will not be good.
▲ HIGHWAY 301 NORTH-A caller said he was driving by and observed three males run away from Extreme Fashions, and when he turned around to check the store, the front glass had been broken out.

➤ Claxton Police Arrest
▲ Timothy Small, 39, Blueberry Court-probation warrant.

➤ Claxton Police Incidents
▲ NORTH NEWTON STREET-A complainant said after being out of town, her family returned to find their home burglarized.
▲ PRIME TIME VIDEO-A woman said a man came to her place of work, harassing her.
▲ OK BEAUTY SUPPLY-An unknown subject entered the business by breaking down the door and removed a large quantity of costume jewelry.
▲ ROLLING OAKS II-A verbal dispute over a couple's daughter was reported between the male and female guardians.
WOMBLE STREET-Someone was reported taking a .22 semi-automatic pistol from a complainant's residence.
CALVARY STREET-A male and female along with another female were reported getting into a fight.
EAST SMITH STREET-Someone reported a stolen fish cooker and tank from their back yard.
EAST SMITH STREET-A man reported a woman came to his house and scratched his 2008 Chevrolet Malibu.
CLAXTON HIGH SCHOOL-An 18-year-old student was reported becoming out of control on school grounds.
FRED'S-A man reported getting sprayed with a substance that was being sprayed on the roof of the store.
VERIZON-A man was reported stealing a phone from the store.
GALAXY FOODS-A woman said she saw someone driving her boyfriend's car, so she approached the female driver and the two subsequently got into a fight.
WEST RAIL ROAD AVENUE-A complainant reported their resident's door being pried open and numerous rooms and boxes rummaged through.
ROSEMARY STREET-Someone reported a man drove by in his vehicle and making his hand look like a gun, pretended to pull the fictitious trigger.
WYSTERIA LANE-A woman stated she has been receiving harassing calls numerous times throughout the night and early morning hours.


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