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Chattooga Sheriff’s Reports . . .

  • Some kind of animal damaged a Summerville resident’s white 2006 Chevy Malibu on Sept. 25. Johnny Todd, of Saddle Club Road, found hair, scratch marks and dirt all over the hood of the vehicle.

The passenger side front fender had numerous scratches and a dent in it with hair on it. There were also scratches and damage to the passenger side headlight, front bumper, grill, passenger side windshield post, and the rubber piece between the hood and windshield. I also noticed that there were wires from the passenger side headlight on the ground,” Deputy Daniel Sanford reported.

  • Tori Jones, of Dodd Drive, said someone broke into her home on Sept. 27 and stole some items.

Ms. Jones the saw the gun cabinet was moved away from the front wall and a bucket that was against the back door had been moved. Ms. Jones stated when she went into the bedroom she saw boxes that were in her closet had been opened and a black handgun was missing from her nightstand,” Deputy David King reported. “At the time of report no caliber, make, model or serial number was available. the only description was a small black handgun.”
The gun was valued at $100.

  • The Chattoogaville Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to Hwy. 114 near the Alabama State Line after a white 2012 Ford Edge burned on Sept. 24 around 6:30 p.m. The vehicle belonged to Susan Boarders.

I spoke with the driver of the vehicle Susan Border’s who advised she was traveling East on Highway 114 taking her vehicle to the shop in Summerville when she noticed smoke. She pulled over and got out of the vehicle and then it caught on fire very quickly. The fire department was able to extinguish the fire however, it was totally burned,” Deputy Nicole Sprague stated.

  • Dogs attacked Amanda Weaver’s white 2019 Nissan Pathfinder on Sept. 27.

She stated that he heard a noise outside and came out the door and observed two large black dogs attacking her vehicle,” Deputy Thomas Sainthill reported. ” I did observe
what appeared to be several bite marks on the front passenger corner panel above the wheel and the driver side front bumper just in front of the wheel. I also observed damage to the lower front grill and it appeared that an animal had also chewed on the driver side fog light housing and what appeared to be muddy paw prints on the front of the vehicle.”

1 Comment

  1. Erik mann on October 6, 2019 at 7:21 am

    Sounds like we got a bit of a sasquatch problem over there on saddle club road.

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