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September 16 Police Report - Claxton, Evans County
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Evans Sheriff's Arrests* Isalos Guadalupe, 36, Smith Street-Driving without a license.* Rodrigo Gomez, 28, Aruba Road-Disorderly conduct, probation violation.* Michael Dakota Poteat, 20, Claxton-Wanted person/active warrant.* Felipe Balbuena Morales, 33, North Green Street (Pensacola, FL)-Driving without a license, driving with suspended registration, driving too fast for conditions.* olicarpo Martinez Sanchez, 33, Aruba Road-Disorderly conduct.* Lucas Daniel Ramirez, 37, Hamster Road-Disorderly conduct.* Melquides Contreras Lopez, 27, Brinson Road-Drinking in public.* Brian Ashley Boulware, 27, Pine Lane-Battery.* Antonio Cesar, 20, Elton Croft Road-Driving without a license. Evans Sheriff's Incidents* MAGNOLIA STREET-A man reported that someone threatened him and his family.* HIGHWAY 129 South-Someone reported a suspicious male walking toward Claxton.* BUDGET INN-A woman said someone keyed her vehicle and flattened her tire.* AMERICAN INN-A woman reported that her boyfriend stuck a candy bar in her gas tank, and she wanted him to leave.* BESSIE ROGERS ROAD-A woman said that her residence had been broken into.* FIRETOWER ROAD-A woman said that her tag was stolen off her vehicle.* HOMER DANIEL ROAD-A man said that his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend threatened to burn down his house, in addition to making other threats.* CLAXTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-A woman reported that a suspicious person was walking around the pre-K building but no cars were in the parking lot.* TELLIE AKINS ROAD-A woman reported that a man was trying to come to her house, where his wife and child were hiding from him. She said they did not want to go with him and that he was threatening them and wanting to fight.* OLD SAVANNAH HIGHWAY-A woman said that her husband passed away about a year ago, and his friend has her husband's truck and will not let her get it.
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