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Effingham County Sheriff's Office reports May 11
Effingham crime


· Donnell Walls, Fort Howard Road – disorderly conduct, simple assault, criminal trespass and obstruction of law enforcement (misdemeanor)

· Angelicque Hoffman, Oglethorpe Road – disorderly conduct

· Kristel Cooke, Warner Drive – willful obstruction of law enforcement officers, obstructing or hindering persons making emergency contact and simple battery (family violence)

· Bruce Shuman, Arnsdorff Road – simple battery (family violence)

· Ronald Brown, Highway 119 North – agency assist

· John Adkins, Interstate 16 East – speeding in excess of maximum limits

· Eric Jackson, Benicia Lane – simple battery (family violence)

· William Henry Morris Jr., Honey Ridge Road – fleeing or attempting to elude

· Mr. Jones, Clyo Kildare Road – criminal trespass

· Jason Brown, Highway 119 – wanted person (warrant service)

· William Coughlan, Highway 119 – wanted person (warrant service)

· Jamarcus Tribble, Ebenezer Road – failure to yield to emergency vehicle, seat belt violation, child safety restraint violation and wanted person (warrant service)


· Sand Pine Court – A woman stated that she and her boyfriend had gotten into a heated argument.

· Discovery Lane – A woman advised that a former friend of her daughter’s destroyed a scooter in her garage.

· Old Louisville Road – A man stated that someone broke into his barn and stole several items while he was away.

· Benicia Lane – A woman stated that she got into an altercation with her father over a container of milk.

· Quarterhouse Drive – A woman stated that an unknown person had stolen her gun from her husband’s truck.

· Mustang Drive – A woman stated that she was scammed out of $4000 by a friend on social media.

· Little McCall Road – A woman stated that an unknown individual had broken the handle off her house’s door.

· Saint Thomas Drive – A woman stated that she had discovered a pistol she had previously misplaced.

· Benicia Lane – A man stated that he had been in a dispute with his former girlfriend over her living situation.

· Buckfield Court – A woman stated that her boyfriend had hit her with a trash bag full of various items.

· Red Bird Drive – A woman stated that she discovered her sliding glass door to be open in the middle of the night.

· Taylor Drive – A woman stated that someone used her personal information to buy a gaming console.