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Effingham County Sheriff's Office reports March 31
crime reports


· Daniel Allen Crowley, Dogwood Road – possession and use of drug related objects

· Rashi Dillard, Brogdon Road – reckless driving, too fast for conditions and failure to report accident with injury/damage

· Christopher Dennison, Charlton Road – simple battery (family violence)

· Donna Sikes, Central Avenue – wanted person (warrant service)

· Katiria Rodriguez Vega, Shadowbrook Circle – driving while license suspended

· Alicia Davis, Highway 17 South – possession of a schedule I controlled substance, driving under the influence of drugs, failure to maintain lane and drugs not in original container (misdemeanor)

· Noah Edwards, Stillwell Clyo Road – wanted person (warrant service)


· Meadowland Drive – A man stated that his estranged wife had been threatening to take his money.

· Stillwell Clyo Road – A man advised that his house’s alarm was activated through unknown means.

· Kuwe Trail – A man stated that two of his neighbor’s dogs entered his property and attacked his cat.

· Highway 119 South – A woman stated that her neighbor’s boyfriend had been going into her yard and harassing her.

· Melrose Place – A man stated that his dog accidently bit him on the hand while they were playing.

· Wylly Road – A woman stated that she got into a dispute with her boyfriend over their relationship.

· Arrowhead Drive – A man stated that someone placed over 20 nails in his driveway for unknown reasons.

· Cotton Bluff Road – A woman stated that one of her neighbors had been harassing her via social media.

· Georgia Avenue – A man stated that a contractor had failed to return his money for unfinished repairs.

· Oglethorpe Road – A man stated that a coworker sent him a text message of a threatening nature.

· Old Louisville Road – A man requested medical attention after he accidently took antibiotics on an empty stomach.

· Nease Road – A couple stated that they got into an argument with their son over a money related issue.

· McCall Road – A man stated that he was scammed out of over $12,000 by someone claiming to work for the government.

· Highway 119 North – A woman stated that her mother had been sending harassing emails to her.

· Cubbedge Drive – A man stated that an unknown person broke the window of his vehicle garage.

· Highway 119 North – A man stated that his girlfriend stabbed him during an altercation over their sex life.