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Evans Sheriff's, Claxton Police reports - A woman said someone hit her boyfriend in the face

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 ➤ Evans Sheriff's Incidents
▲ CLAXTON POULTRY-A woman reported having trouble with her boyfriend taking her house keys.
▲ CAMP GROUND ROAD-Power lines were reported hanging in the road.
▲ ARUBA ROAD-A complainant said someone filed her taxes without her approval.
▲ SCOTTS CREEK DRIVE-A woman stated that two vicious dogs were in her yard and had gone under her home.
▲ CEDE AVENUE-A complainant stated a window was broken out of his residence.
▲ HIGHWAY 301 NORTH-Someone reported a suspicious person flagging down passing cars.
▲ CLAXTON POULTRY-A complainant stated that someone was stabbed in the parking lot.
▲ FE BEASLEY ROAD-A man said someone charged things to his credit cards.
▲ GEORGIA GRILL-Someone reported a fight had ensued at this location.
▲ HODGES STREET-A domestic issue was reported between two brothers, one reportedly having a gun.
➤ Claxton Police Arrests
▲ James T. Slater, 75, Calvary Street-DUI, pending.
➤ Claxton Police Incidents
▲ CHURCH STREET and CALVERY STREET-A vehicle struck a second vehicle, containing five passengers, several of whom sustained injuries.
▲ JAMES STREET-A woman said someone hit her boyfriend in the face.
▲ HIGHWAY 280 WEST-A vehicle crossed the center line several times almost hitting another vehicle.
▲ HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH-A complainant reported lumber falling off a truck and blocking the road.
➤ Evans Sheriff's arrests
▲ Eric L. Porter, 27, Bill Hodges Road-parole violation.
▲ Breon Ramael Geiger, 23, Savoy Road-possession of controlled substance.
▲ Francisco Berduo Perez, 28, Perkins Mill Rd-driving without license, speeding.

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