Sheriff Benny Deloach would like to report the following activity of the Appling County Sheriff’s Office.
Nov. 9, answered a call to Buck Head Road in reference to threats. The complainant stated he and his wife were separated and stated his father-in-law had made threats against him.
Nov. 10, answered a call to Hatch Parkway North in reference to criminal damage to property. The complainant stated his neighbor’s two Pitt Bulldogs killed his family’s English bulldog valued at $1,500.00.
Nov. 11, answered a call to Bud Miles Road in reference to a civil dispute. The complainant believes family members have turned her water off going into her residence.
Nov. 12, answered a call to Hwy. 121 South in reference to an abandoned vehicle. Officer found an abandoned vehicle that was left blocking the intersection. The vehicle was towed due to being unsafe for passing motorists.
Nov. 12, answered a call to Red Oak Road in reference to threatening text messages. The complainant stated her husband had been receiving threatening text messages. Investigation continues.
Nov. 14, answered a call to Holland Cemetery Road in reference to an abandoned vehicle. After several attempts to notify the owner of the abandoned vehicle the vehicle was towed.
Nov. 14, answered a call to O’Quinn Road/Odum in reference to a suspicious person. The complainant stated a subject had been going to neighbor’s houses acting strange. The officer took the subject to Appling ER for evaluation.
Nov. 17, answered a call on Hwy 203/Ronnie Turner Road in reference to a possible plane crash. After further investigation, officers found that it was unfounded.
Sheriff Deloach asks that if anyone notices any suspicious activity please report it to the Appling County Sheriff’s Office at 367-8120.