According to the Glynn County Board of Commissioners:
On Monday, May 15, 2018, Lieutenant Robert Sasser turned himself in to the Glynn County Sheriff’s Office on two outstanding arrest warrants: Simple Battery and Criminal Trespass, both under the Family Violence Act. A bond was set by the Glynn County Magistrate Judge with certain conditions applying.
On the evening of Thursday, May 17, 2018, the Glynn County Police Department learned that Sasser had violated a condition of his bond. Officers with the Police Department are attempting to take Sasser into custody.
First Coast News also reported that police asked law enforcement over radio communications to be on the lookout for Sasser driving his F-150 and warned that he left his house with a gun and that they are concerned with his well-being.