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.
  • Nov 24 – A caller reported a suspicious budget truck stopping at several houses. Officers advised that is was a FedEx worker who was driving the truck making deliveries.
  • A caller on Old Savannah Hwy reported that someone broke into his trailer and took his wife’s ring and $150 in cash.
  • Nov 26 – A caller reported that night hunting was going on every night on Todd Kicklighter Rd.
  • A caller reported hearing a child screaming in the woods. Officers checked the woods and reported that it was a fox, not a child.
  • Nov 27 – A caller reported that her 14- year old son was hitting everyone and stating that if he had a gun, he would kill somebody. They were holding him down until the deputy arrived. Juvenile was 6’4″ and 240 lbs. he is going to stay with his grandmother for the night.
  • Nov 30 – A caller on Sims Brothers Rd reported that her neighbor’s dog attacked her pony.

Arrests

  • Nov 26 – Rigoberto Baxcajay, 23, 268 Thunder Rd., Claxton, charged with driving without a license.
  • Tony Weston McCray, 39, POB 759, Claxton, charged with open container violation and DUI of alcohol.
  • Nov 28 – Jaime Solis-Nava, 40, 6606 St. John Lane, Claxton, charged with driving under the influence, refusal, driving without a license, and improper stop in roadway.

Reports

  • Nov 3 – A child’s red 4 wheeler was reported missing from a porch on Brewton St.
  • A caller on Bowen Rd reported that he witnessed his neighbor throw two pit bulls together to fight.
  • A caller at DeLoach Mobile Home Park stated that one of the tenants was drunk and threatening him with bodily harm.
  • Nov 4 – A caller on Hwy 301 S reported that someone took car rims from under her carport.
  • Nov 6 – A caller in Tradewinds Way reported that her neighbor, who is a convicted felon, is shooting stray dogs and dragging them behind her house.
  • A caller on DeLoach Mill Rd reported that she went to her ex-boyfriend’s residence to get her belongings and he pulled a gun on her.
  • Nov 7 – A caller on Why 280 W reported that someone was looking in her window. The suspect was wearing black cholthing and a hoody.
  • Nov 8 – A caller on Tellie Akins Rd reported that he was hit in the mouth outside his girlfriend’s parent’s home and his tooth had pieces falling off of it.
  • Nov 9 – A caller on Why 129 N reported that his mom stole his money from him and put him out, but would not give him his clothes.

Arrests

  • Nov 3 – Charles Henry Smith, 72, Lovette Trailer Park, Claxton, charged with disorderly conduct.
  • Nov 4 – Steven Slusher, 55, 125 Croft Rd., Claxton, charged with open container and DUI of alcohol.
  • Markall Redell Battle, 28, 72 Moody Lane, Claxton, charged with seat belt violation (0ver 18), obstruction of officers, DUI of alcohol, and DUI child endangerment.
  • Shanell Nicole Green, 26, 53 Corey Dr., Claxton, charged with DUI – refusal, driving without a license on person, and set belt violation (Under 18).
  • John Andrew Palmer, 47, 910 Turnpike Rd., Lot 14, Hagan charged with disorderly conduct and exploitation/intimidation of a disabled/elder adult.
  • Nov 6 – Lourie S. Mobley, 24, 11701 Hwy 129, Claxton, charged with obstruction of officers and probation violation.
  • Bennie Mills, 27, 207 Claxton Inn, Claxton, being held for another department.
  • Nov 7 – JaJa Williams, 22, 304 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Claxton, charged with parole violation.
  • Williams James Griner, 42, 1365 Mittie Strickland Rd., Claxton, being held for DOC.
  • Nov 8 – Tony Christopher Brown, 52, 305 Oak St., Claxton, charged with expired tag, DUI of alcohol, driving without a license, and possession of drug related objects.
  • Steven Ray Bradshaw, 23, Why 280, Hagan, charged with driving without a license.