On November 11, Deputy Kevin Allday responded to a complaint of threatening texts. The complainant stated she had been receiving threatening messages via texts. The numbers sending the texts were documented and the case was turned over to investigations.

On November 12, Sergeant Nicholas McDowell and Deputy Nolan Crawford were dispatched to Indian Trail concerning damage to a vehicle. The owner stated that she was not certain where the damage had occurred and that she had been to several locations in Charlton and Ware Counties. The damage was documented and a report was filed.

Also, on November 12, Sergeant McDowell and Deputy Crawford were dispatched to Deuce Lloyd Recreation Complex. There were marks in the grass as if someone had done “donuts” in the parking area. The damage was documented and the case was turned over to investigations.

On November 12, Deputy Jeffery Floyd responded to a call on Thirteenth Avenue in St. George. The complainant stated that he had picked up a friend whom he was going to let stay at his house. When he awoke later, the friend was gone and several items including his cell phone were missing. This case is under investigation.

On November 13, Sergeant McDowell and Deputy Crawford reported to the Sheriff’s Office lobby to speak with a complainant. The Complainant stated that another individual had tried to strike him with his vehicle. He stated that he had to jump out of the path of the vehicle. Because there were no witnesses, this case has been referred to Magistrate Court.