Port-a-potty damages restaurant drive-through canopy

The Brantley County Sheriff’s Office reported this week that a port-a-potty damaged a Nahunta restaurant drive-through canopy and a stolen ladder was found at a local pawn shop.

Deputies responded to Jerry J’s in reference to criminal trespass.  Complainant stated that someone pulled through the drive-thru with a port-a-potty on the back of the truck and knocked down the canopy.  The offender stated he would pay for the damage.

Deputies met the complainant at a pawn shop in reference to theft by conversion/theft by deception that occurred in the 5000 block of High Bluff Road.  Complainant had let a friend borrow some ladders a few months ago and has not been able to contact them since.  Complainant stated they found one of their ladders at the pawn shop.  

Deputies responded to Pete Avenue in reference to terroristic threats and acts.  Complainant stated the offender threatened to harm them.  Offender stated the complainant was playing music too loud and they yelled at them to turn it down.

Deputies responded to the 7100 block of Browntown Road in reference to entering auto.  Complainant stated an unknown subject broke into their box truck and stole a large amount of tools. 

Deputies responded to the Brantley County Sheriff’s Office in reference to terroristic threats and acts. Complainant stated the offender threatened their life.

Deputies responded to the 200 block of Marion Drive in reference to harassing phone calls.  Complainant stated the offender keeps calling and harassing them.  

Deputies responded to the 1900 block of Boots Harrison Road in reference to theft by taking.  Complainant stated that someone stole their prescription medication.

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