Calls

  • Feb 16 – It was reported that a black male with a white cap was in the road flagging people down on Jennie Station. The subject was taken to relatives.
  • Feb 17 – A resident of Ruffin Rd reported damage to her mailbox.
  • A caller on Why 280 W reported goats in the yard. They are afraid the goats are to run out in the roadway.
  • A caller on Church/Boggs street reported that a black male snatched her money from her hand and ran into the woods.
  • Feb 18 – A caller on BE Smith Rd reported her wedding ring and class ring missing.
  • A caller reported a child left in the car in a carseat while the mother was shopping at Family Dollar. Negative contact was made with the subject.
  • A caller on Firetower Rd. reported that her brother stole her jewelry and gave it to a girl. The girl was on Facebook saying she had the items, but will not return them.
  • Someone reported a possible DUI subject all over the road on S Perkins Mill Rd. The subject hit a house and kept driving.
  • Feb 19 – A caller on Carters Bridge Rd reported that a male and two females were at this residence fighting and he needed a deputy.
  • Resident of New Drive reported that he lost his brown wallet, license and $300 cash.
  • A caller on Old Savannah Hwy stated that he and his wife had allowed a woman to spend the night on their couch and she took $120 from this wife’s purse and went to the neighbor’s house.
  • It was reported that an individual was considered fro employment at Bethany Hospice. Due to unacceptable background screening she was not eligible for completion of the orientation that is required. She was issued a pulse box, blood pressure cuff, stethoscope, box of medical supplies and a nursing bag. She has ben asked several times to return the supplies and she refuses. The individual has threatened an employee at the business and sent threatening texts.
  • A caller on Red Mill Rd reported that someone’s dogs killed her dog in her yard.
  • Feb 21- A caller on Why 301 S reported an intoxicated female on his front porch and he things she is bogged down.

Arrests

  • Jan 23 – Devin Jase Dyess, 4665 Hwy 280 West, Hagan, 30 years old, arrested for expired tag, possession of drug related objects and possession of marijuana. (late posing due to ongoing investigation)
  • Feb 17 – Johnnie Lee Brown, 34, 210 Lakeview Dr. Baxley, charged with cruelty to animals, possession of marijuana, possession of drug related objects, two counts of possession of firearm by convicted felon and possession of cocaine.
  • Feb 18 – Dustin Allen Macaulay, 25, 6482 Aruba Rd., Claxton, charged with giving false information to officers, expired license.
  • Feb 19 – Ricky Dukes, 33, 9392 Hwy 144 Glennville, charged with DUI Alcohol, failure to maintain lane, open container violation and violation of limited permit.
  • Michael Chambers, 30 1245 Cater’s Bridge Rd., Claxton, charge with simple battery fight and criminal trespass.
  • Julio Moralse-Silva, 32, 1113 Hillside Rd., Claxton charged with no insurance, speeding and driving without license.
  • Chavez Brown, 24, 9702 Why 169, Bellvile, charged with possession of marijuana, window glazing violation, DUI drugs, speeding and sus/rev license.
  • Feb 20 – Taneisha Griggs, 30, 121 Ponderosa Rd. Hagan, charged with obstruction of officers and disorderly conduct.
  • Feb 21 – Keri Dee Dollar, 37, 117 Croley Rd., Brainbrdige, charged with DUI alcholo.
  • Jan 5 – A resident of Old Savh Hwy reported a burglary at their residence.
  • Jan 6 – A caller reported that she is being threatened. She stated that the subject has tried to hit her with her car, drove by her job and yelled obscenities and is stalking her Facebook page.
  • Jan 9 – A caller an Old Hwy 250 reported that someone was harassing her.
  • A caller on LJ Rd reported a loud explosion coming from the area where he lives. He was advised that subjects were blowing up a beaver dam.
  • A resident of Turnpike Rd. reported that when she returned home from the grocery store, kids were in her house fighting her children holes in her wall.
  • A resident of Aruba Rd reported that two children beat up her child while he was riding his bike.
  • Jan 11 – It was reported that EMS saw what appears to be an accident but no one is around. Blood was found around the scene. Tried to locate the subject that the vehicle was registered to but no one was found.
  • A caller on Magnolia St. needs a deputy to come and talk with her child. he keeps running away and talking back.
  • Jan 12 – A resident of Lightsey Dr. thought that someone was walking around her house. No one was found.
  • A caller on Bowen Rd stated that he is receiving harassing calls from a restricted number. When he answers the phone no one says anything.
  • Caller on Campground rd stated that she had loaned her car to someone and it has been two months and they have not returned it.
  • It was reported that someone broke into St. Lukes Church and the TV that was on the wall is missing.
  • Jan 13 – A resident of Hwy 301 N stated that a man called her phone and stated that he was with the IRS. He told her a sheriff would be coming to arrest her at her residence.
  • It was reported that a husband hit his wife with a plate.
  • A caller reported that her sliver iphone was stolen. The phone has been turned off so she is unable to use the tracking service. She also reported that someone had tried to hack into her Verizon account online.
  • Jan 14 – A caller on Jennie Station Rd reported that someone was at his home causing trouble and they started to fight.
  • Jan 15 – A caller on Bill Hodges Rd. stated that when she drove up to her home, there was a female that appeared to be in her pajamas kneeling down next to the hedges around her house. There was a truck close to the residence that a male was in. The couple had been arguing and the female jumped out of the truck and was hiding.
  • Jan 16 – A caller reported that someone used his ssnumber to open a Dish Network account.
  • A caller reported that someone had taken the screens out of windows in his residence and gone inside.
  • A caller on Bowen Rd. was contacted by his employer and told that someone had filed a a fraudulent unemployment claim using his social security number.
  • An unknown person was reported in the yard of someone on Edgar Hodges Rd.
  • A caller on Old Savannah Why reportedly found car keys in their yard and when they mashed the alarm button, it was to a car in the woods.  There was a white male that they did not know and he almost hit them when he was getting away.
  • Jan 17 – A caller on Why 129 N reported loud music coming from a brick house down from her home. She could not hear her tv.
  • Jan 18 – A caller in Sutton Trailer Park reported a refrigerator and bicycle missing.
  • A caller reported that someone took the bumper to her car.
  • Jan 19 – A caller on Sims Brothers Road reported two dogs in a trap.
  • A caller on Rogers Bridge Rd stated that her husband would not let her leave the residence.
  • A caller on LJ Rd reported and unwanted person at his residence that refuses to leave.

Arrests

  • Jan 7 – James Antoine Robinson, 33, 87 Warthen St. Vidalia, served with bench warrant
  • Jan 7 – Mary Christina Sapp, 33, Tellie Akins Rd. Claxton, being held for court.
  • Jan 10 – William Oscar Bunton, 50 17719 Hwy. 129 N Claxton charged with speeding and DUI of alcohol.
  • Jan 12 – Khiry Shalonte Williams, 25, 408 Rosemary St Claxton charged with burglary and aggravated assault.
  • Kenneth Jenkins, 24, 7014 Bonnes St. Austell, GA charged with loud music from vehicle and suspended/revoked license (second offense)
  • Jan 15 – patricia N. Jackson, 56 259 Sims Brothers Rd, Claxton charged with disorderly conduct.
  • Yaneeva Shane Brewton, 23, 718 Cedar Ave, Claxton charged with probation violation.
  • Jan 16 – Eric Lashay Porter, 30, 4387 Bill Hodges Rd, Claxton charged with a parole violation.
  • Jan 17 – Edith Gonzalez, 30, 126 Mallory Rd. Reidsville, charged with giving false information to officers, child restraint violation (under 4 years of age) and driving without a license.
  • Jan 18 – Antonio Rodriguez, 28 Cemetery St., Hagan charged with drinking in public and public drunk.

Incidents

December 15 – A tenant at the Claxton Inn left and took eight pillows, four bed sets, two blankets and five towels.

A caller on Sunbury Rd reported that his black and grey Ruger .380 was last seen in the console of his vehicle.

Dec 16 – A caller Edgar Hodges Rd. Reported that a 14-year old put a ladder beside his house and climbed into his step daughter’s bedroom. The incident happened around 2 AM on Dec 6.

Dec 17 – A resident of Parker Spring Rd reported that someone stole her false teeth out of her residence and used her bathroom while they were there.

Dec 19 – A caller on Tupelo Dr. reported that someone was beating at her door and she had no idea who it was.

A caller on Perkins Mill Rd. reported that when she came home, her back door was open.

Dec 20 – A caller on Elizabeth St. reported that someone had broken into their house.

A caller reported that his ex wife and his ex-father-in-law are sending him threatening texts and voicemails. The ex-wife is sharing personal photos that were taken while they were married. They are wanting money from him or they will distribute the photos.

Dec 22 – A caller on Ponderosa Rd reported that someone kept coming to her home knocking on the door.

ARRESTS

Dec 15 – Joseph Pruit, 33, 45 Corner Dr., Claxton charged with probation violation.

Dec 16 – Leon Hayes, 38, 301 Cemetery Rd, Hagan, charged with possession of cocaine with intent and parole violation.

Dec 18 – Xavier Dewayne Mikell, 26, 336 Magnolia St. Claxton, charged with cocaine trafficking of illegal narcotics, possession of marijuana, seat belt violation (0ver 18), and obstruction of officers.

Alexander Larue Crawford, 27, 431 Ponderosa Rd., Claxton, charged with parole violation.

Dec 19 – Clinton Matthew Denton, 32, 156 Brewton Collins Rd., Claxton, charged with theft by taking and probation violation.