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Police Report — October 8

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Posted: October 7, 2006 10:37 p.m.
Updated: October 16, 2006 3:20 p.m.

    Note: All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement incident reports and arrest records, which are public records and available for review at any and all local law enforcement agencies.  Not every arrest leads to a conviction. Guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.

Statesboro Police Arrests
    • Stephan Greene, 43, North Street — public indecency.
    • Keith Leonard Carter Jr., 25, MLK Boulevard, Metter — possession of marijuana.
    • Kyle Patrick Farrell, 19, Oak Hampton Way, Duluth — public drunk.
    • Charleen Deann Everett, 20, McComb Drive, Millen — shoplifting.
    • Dewey Kyle Willis, 19, Stadium Walk — disobedience to a traffic control device, possession of marijuana.
     
Bulloch Sheriff’s Arrests
    • No arrest reports filed.
   
Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    • Cornelius Candall Collins, 30, Statesboro — DUI (.159).
    • Troopers issued 13 citations for traffic violations.
     
Georgia Southern University Arrests
    • No arrest reports filed.
      
Statesboro Police Incidents
    • NORTH MAIN STREET — A woman reported her former roommate used her information to obtain phone service through Frontier and there is a balance on the account.
    • DENMARK STREET — A man reported his exgirlfriend came to his work and started an altercation and used profanity.
    • NORTH AVENUE — A woman reported someone broke in her front door, overturned her television and furniture and scattered her belongings around.
            
Bulloch Sheriff’s Incidents
    • HIGHWAY 24 (Statesboro) — A woman reported someone tried to pry her front door open with an unknown object.
    • HIGHWAY 301 NORTH (Statesboro) — A woman reported someone stole her vehicle tag decal.
    • STILSON LEEFIELD ROAD (Statesboro) — A man reported he loaned a rifle to his brother two years ago and when he asked for it back, it could not be located. His ex-sister-in-law said she sold it to a pawn shop.
               
Georgia State Patrol Incidents
    • Troopers issued 18 warnings, assisted two motorists and investigated four accidents with six reported injuries.
     
Georgia Southern University Incidents
    • No incident reports available.
    

911  Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Friday:
    • Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department — 12 calls.
    • Statesboro Police Department — 25 calls.
    • University Police Department — no calls.
    • Georgia State Patrol Post 45 — seven calls.
    • Brooklet Police — one call.
    • Portal Police — no calls.
    • Candler County Sheriff’s Department — one call.
    • Evans County Sheriff’s Department — one call.
    • Claxton Police Department — three calls.
   
911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Friday:
    • Statesboro Fire Department — five calls.
    • Bulloch County volunteer firefighters — no calls.
    • Metter Fire Department — no calls.
    • Metter Rescue Unit — no calls.
    • Claxton Fire Department — no calls.
    • Claxton Rescue Unit — no calls.
    • Hagan Fire Department — no calls.
    • Bellville Fire Department — no calls.
    • Daisy Fire Department — no calls.
       
911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Friday:
    • Bulloch County EMS — two accident and seven medical.
    • Candler County EMS —  five medical.
    • Evans County EMS — no calls. 
    • Operators also routed the following calls Friday: one to Bryan County and one to the Georgia Forestry office.

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