Augusta woman arrested after making demands to recover money

An Augusta woman has been arrested and charged with unlawful conduct after making numerous requests to recover money she claims was stolen last week.

 

Sheneena Evans, 26, of Kissingbower Road, was arrested and charged with unlawful conduct during a 911 call Friday after she demanded help on claims that her sister had taken her money, according to a Richmond County Sheriff’s Office police report.

The reporting officer who responded to Evans’ call on Nov. 24 spoke to both parties and informed Evans of the procedure needed to recover the money, the police report states.

Evans, who was unhappy with how the call was being handled, demanded to speak with a supervisor, according to the report. A sheriff’s office corporal then spoke with Evans, explaining why the money could not be recovered at the time, and informed her of the same procedure.

Evans then called dispatch and the records department multiple times and another deputy spoke to her and again informed her of the same process, according to the police report. She requested another deputy after that.

A warrant was obtained for Evans arrest and she was taken to the Charles B. Webster Detention Center.

 

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