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Police blotter

Posted: March 30, 2016 - 12:04am  |  Updated: March 30, 2016 - 1:19am

The following accounts were taken from Columbia County Sheriff’s Office incident reports:

 

Woman sent
to hospital

A deputy came to the aid of a Martinez woman reportedly suffering from pnuemonia.

According to police reports, the deputy responded to a welfare check on a woman in the 4000 block of Brookgreen Rd.

The deputy was able to make contact with the woman through the door, but was unable to open it. After several minutes, the deputy stated he lost contact with the woman and forced the door open.

EMS arrived and transported the sick woman to Doctors Hospital.

Man arrested
in sign thefts

A Grovetown man was arrested and charged with stealing campaign signs.

Police responded to a burglary in progress after dispatchers surveying the area with cameras saw a man in a tan Nissan Altima pull over at the intersection of Columbia and Lewsiton roads, cross Columbia Road and remove some Donald Trump campaign signs.

According to reports, the man, later identified as Nathan Ucab, 22, stated that he does not like Donald Trump and decided to remove the signs.

Ucab was transported to the Columbia County Detention Center and charged with theft by taking.

A total of six campaign signs were recovered and returned to their original locations. A case number was provided to the victim who does plan to prosecute.

Golf cart reported stolen

A woman reported a golf cart stolen outside an Evans business.

According to reports a unknown person stole a 2011 Club Car golf cart from the parking lot of Re/Max located in the 4000 block of Washington Road.

The golf cart was last seen and secured at 6 p.m. and is believed to have been stolen the next day before 8 a.m.

The victim stated she did not know who might be involved but does plan to prosecute if a suspect is found.

Man kicks deputies

A man has been arrested after kicking several deputies after being arrested for two entering auto incidents.

Police responded to the 200 block of Rainbow Falls in Grovetown where a man said his car had been burglarized and his wallet found outside the vehicle, while parked in his driveway.

According to the incident report, the victim told police that minutes after he found his car had been entered, but nothing taken, a man walked up to the vehicle. When confronted by the victim, the suspect, later identified as Clay Crowe, stated he was using the man’s property as a cut through.

The victim was suspicious as his property is surrounded by a 6-foot privacy fence with two large dogs inside.

Police found Crowe, who matched the description given by the victim, walking near the 900 block of Niagra Falls. Crowe told police he looked into a car with his flashlight thinking it was abandoned.

After police detained Crowe for further investigation he was found to be in possession of a perscription for muscle relaxers that did not have his name on them.

The victim confirmed Crowe as the suspect.

When police attempted to put Crowe in the patrol car, he shouldered the car door into one deputy and kicked another deputy repeatedly, while threatening to beat the deputy up.

Crowe repeatedly spit while seated in the back of the patrol
car.

According to the report, police applied leg restraints when Crowe continued to kick the door of the patrol car into the deputies.

While enroute to Columbia County Detention Center, Crowe reportedly continued to bang his head against the partition while spitting all over the back of the patrol car.

Crowe was charged with two counts entering auto and three counts of obstruction of a law enforcement officer.

Employee grabs another by throat

A man was reportedly terminated from his job at Wal-Mart after he was seen on surveillance grabbing another female employee by the throat.

According to reports, police were called to the Evans Wal-Mart on Washington Road
regarding a simple battery
incident. Upon arrival, police viewed the store’s surveillance video. Tubbs reportedly hit the victim in the back of her heels twice with a shopping cart. The victim then turned around and kicked the cart. Tubbs then approached the victim, grabbed her by the throat and pushed her. The victim was reportedly seen walking backwards away from Tubbs before the assault.

A warrant for simple battery was issued for Tubbs.

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