On April 18, Deputy Dylan Kurtz responded to Dollar General in St. George in reference to a subject known to be wanted in Baker County, Florida for an active warrant. Deputy Kurtz met with the subject and placed him under arrest without incident. The subject was transported to the jail and arrangements made for extradition to Florida.
On April 19, Deputy Colby Thompson responded to Saint Mary’s River Bluff Road in reference to a dog killing livestock. The complainant stated that her neighbor’s dogs had killed some of her chickens and rabbits. The neighbor and the complainant agreed to handle the incident voluntarily.
On April 21, Deputy Nathan Gwaltney responded to Pleasant Lane in reference to a criminal trespass. The complainant stated that a male subject who had previously trespassed from the property had been on his porch refusing to leave. After a verbal altercation, the subject finally left the residence. Deputy Gwaltney then went to the subject’s house and asked if he had been at the residence. The subject said he had, and Deputy Gwaltney arrested the subject and charged him with criminal trespass.
On April 21, Deputy Jonathan Chancy responded to Pleasant Lane. The subject from the previous incident had returned to the property after making bond. The subject was once again arrested and charged with criminal trespass.
On April 22, Deputy Dylan Kurtz observed a red pickup truck laying drag on May Bluff Road. Deputy Kurtz initiated a traffic stop. Upon making contact with the driver, Deputy Kurtz noticed the odor of marijuana coming from vehicle. During a search of the vehicle, Deputy Kurtz located marijuana, a smoking pipe, and a white crystal-like substance which the offender identified as ecstasy. The subject was arrested and charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, possession of drug related objects, and possession of a controlled substance.
On April 23, Lt. Nicholas McDowell took a report from a subject who claimed to have been scammed out of a little more than $2,000. Information was collected, and this case has been turned over to investigations.
On April 23, Deputy Dylan Kurtz responded to the St. George Boat Ramp in reference to a reckless driver. The complainant stated that another subject had attempted to run him off of the road. He said the other driver had struck the rear of his truck. Deputy Kurtz did not observe any damage to either truck. The other subject said the complainant had slammed on the brakes. When he attempted to pass, the driver sped back up. Due to the differing stories and no corroborating evidence, no charges were filed.
On April 23, Deputy Dylan Kurtz made contact with a complainant who stated that someone had opened an AT&T account without her knowledge and purchased an iPhone. Information was collected and this case is under investigation.
On April 24, Deputy Jonathan Chancy responded to Pleasant Lane in reference to criminal trespass. When Deputy Chancy arrived on scene, Sgt. Scott Woodman had already placed the offender into handcuffs for violating a trespass warning. The subject was arrested and transported to the jail.
On April 24, Deputy William Lloyd met with a subject at the Sheriff’s Office in reference to an altercation. The complainant stated another subject had approached him at a basketball game and wanted to shake his hand. When the complainant refused to shake hands, the subject became aggressive and shoved him several times. The complainant said he attempted to leave the scene in order to avoid an incident. The subject followed him to his car and continued to shove him. The complainant eventually managed to leave the scene. This case is under investigation.
On April 24, Deputy Kurtis Ford to a call of a vehicle having difficulty maintaining lane. Deputy Ford observed the vehicle leave its lane multiple times and initiated a traffic stop. Deputy Ford administered a roadside alcosensor test and the driver tested positive for alcohol. The driver was arrested and charged with DUI and failure to maintain lane.
On April 24, Deputy Nathan Gwaltney responded to Lee Street in reference to a physical altercation. Sgt. Jeffrey Floyd also responded to the call. The complainant had a large bleeding gash near his left eye, with blood having spread down the side of his face and onto his shirt. He stated that a female subject and her ex-boyfriend had stolen his wallet and phone. He had come over to get his property back when the male subject hit him multiple times with a wooden object, which he had then thrown over the fence. EMS arrived and the complainant’s condition worsened, eventually he was unable to stand. The complainant was airlifted to the hospital. Deputy Gwaltney then asked the female subject about the wooden object. She led Deputy Gwaltney to the object that was collected for evidence. This case is under investigation.
On April 26, Sgt. Sammie Hendrix met with a subject who stated that an account had been opened with AT&T in her name. She had received a bill and disputed the account. The subject was advised that she needed a report for the dispute.
On April 27, Deputy Dylan Kurtz responded to Seventh Avenue in reference to an altercation. The subjects involved both stated that the argument had been verbal only. The subjects were advised on what options were available to them and one subject was referred to Magistrate Court if she wished to obtain a protection order.
On April 27, Deputy Kevin Allday met with a subject who claimed that some earrings had been taken from his locker while he was at football practice. This case is under investigation.
On April 28, Deputy Colby Thompson met with a subject who stated her phone had been stolen. Information was collected and this case is under investigation.
On April 28, Deputy Colby Thompson responded to Sunshine Lane in reference to a possible scam. The complainant said she had sent a subject some money through Cash App in order to rent a trailer. The person she had been texting about the trailer had been giving them the runaround. Deputy Thompson located the owner of the trailer, who stated that she was not the one with whom the complainant had been communicating. The Facebook ad, which the complainant had responded to, appeared to be a fake account. The complainant was advised to contact Cash App and her bank.
On April 28, Deputy Nathan Gwaltney responded to Highway 121 in reference to a possible overdose. On arrival, Deputy Gwaltney was led to the back garage on the property where he observed a male subject lying unconscious and not breathing. Deputy Gwaltney administered Narcan and began CPR. EMS arrived and administered more Narcan. The subject began breathing and was transported to the hospital.
On April 29, Capt. Perry Green met with a subject who stated that his 2014 GMC tuck had been stolen. Information was collected and the truck was entered into GCIC as stolen. This case is under investigation.