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Pamela Boguszewski

Boguszewski, Pamela Kellie

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Officer’s Narrative:
[Please note: The following is a direct transcription from the official initial incident report. The Georgia Gazette does not fix any spelling or grammatical errors that may exist. Any changes or redactions made by our staff are placed inside brackets. Some errors may exist. All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The topics discussed may be sensitive to some readers. Discretion is advised.]

On Sunday, November, 27 2022 at approximately 0138 hours, I was dispatched to [900 BLOCK] Old Sunbury Rd., Lot [REDACTED] in reference to a physical domestic. I arrived on scene at 0144 hrs. Lt. Colvin (936) arrived shortly after to assist.

I made contact with Pamela Boguszewski at lot [REDACTED]. Ms. Boguszewski was acting very erratic and was not speaking coherent statements. She appeared to be perspiring heavily. Ms. Boguszewski stated she went crazy and could not get to her 6 year old daughter, [REDACTED BY AGENCY] (Juvenile 1).

I observed a thin red scratch on Ms. Boguszewski’s right inner thigh and she had fresh line of blood running down her left leg. She stated the scratch and blood were caused by a flashlight. She kept making statements in reference to a man under her trailer who harasses her with his gang members. From my knowledge, training and experience, Ms. Boguszewski appeared to be under the influence of a narcotic substance and/or alcohol or experiencing a mental health crisis.

I asked Ms. Boguszewski repeatedly if any of her children were in the residence. She could not give a clear answer at first but did finally state juvenile 1 was in the residence and she hoped juvenile 1 was still alive. When I asked what she meant, she could not give me a clear answer. Lt. Colvin entered the residence (Lot [REDACTED]) and located the juvenile in the back bedroom unharmed. The house appeared to be in a disarray.

I made contact with [WITNESS #1] at lot [REDACTED]. Ms. [WITNESS #1] stated her 12 year old daughter, [REDACTED BY AGENCY] (Juvenile 2), was at Ms. Boguszewski’s residence when Ms. Boguszewski cut her with a knife. With [REDACTED BY AGENCY] permission I spoke with juvenile 2.

Juvenile 2 stated she was at Ms. Boguszewski’s residence. Juvenile 2 stated Ms. Boguszewski was throwing juvenile 1 around the house because she wanted her to go to sleep. Juvenile 2 tried to tell her to stop throwing juvenile 1 around the house. Juvenile 2 then went in the room with juvenile 1 to watch a movie. Juvenile 2 stated Ms. Boguszewski came in the room and told her to turn off the television because someone was outside the residence. She then began to throw her belongings around in the residence.

Juvenile 2 stated she went into the closest. Ms. Boguszewski gave her and juvenile 1 her cigarettes, food stamp card, alcohol, lighters and a pocket knife. Juvenile 2 gave the pocket knife back to Ms. Boguszewski. Juvenile 1 went to sleep and juvenile 2 stated she pretended to be asleep in the back bedroom. Ms. Boguszewski came in and attempted to suffocate juvenile 2 with a pillow. Juvenile 2 stated she told her to please stop and Ms. Boguszewski went into the other room.

Juvenile 2 stated she left the residence and went to her cousin’s trailer and informed him what happened. They walked back to Ms. Boguszewski’s residence and Ms. Boguszewski told juvenile 2 she needed leave before she killed her. Juvenile 2 stated Ms. Boguszewski looked under her house and stated “Dang, I wish my gun was under there.” I observed a small cut on juvenile 2’s left wrist. Juvenile 2 stated Ms. Boguszewski cut her with the pocket knife. EMS arrived on scene for juvenile 2.

The pocket knife was described as a small red knife. We were unable to locate the pocket knife.

Ms. Boguszewski was placed under arrest. She was placed in double lock handcuffs, which were checked for fit. I searched Ms. Boguszewski’s person for any weapons and/or contraband with none being found. She was placed into the rear of Lt. Colvin’s patrol vehicle. Lt. Colvin transported her to the liberty county jail and she was turned over to jail staff without incident. The rear of Lt. Colvin’s patrol vehicle was searched prior to and after transport with no contraband being found.

Lt. Colvin notified Detective Mapp (949) of the incident.

Juvenile 1 was released into the custody of the maternal grandfather [REDACTED].

Ms. [WITNESS #1] was issued a victim’s pamphlet and advised on how to obtain a copy of the report.

I made contact with [WITNESS #2] via phone at 1854 hrs. Ms. [WITNESS #2] stated she called 911. She stated she lives at lot [REDACTED], which is right next to lot [REDACTED]. She stated she observed Ms. Boguszewski walking through the house with a flashlight. Shortly after that she could hear yelling at lot [REDACTED]. Juvenile 2 came to her residence and told her what happened.

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