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August 18 - Statesboro Police Arrests Tilley, Katina Renee, 37, Stewart Pines — theft by shoplifting

    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
    ▲ Tilley, Katina Renee, 37, Stewart Pines — theft by shoplifting, criminal trespass.
   
➤ Bulloch County Sheriff's Arrests
    ▲ Jenkins, Christopher Michael, 37, U.S. Highway 67 (Pembroke) — probation violation.
    ▲ Leon, Michael Frank, 27, Highway 80 (Brooklet) — child support lockup.
    ▲ Hill, Debbie Lee, 48, Dyches Road — manufacturing marijuana, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, possession of a dangerous drug, possession of a schedule IV drug.
    ▲ Hill, Joshua Clemence, 22, Dyches Road — possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, manufacturing marijuana, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
    ▲ Hand, Samuel Evan, 19, Westway Court — state court probation violation.
    ▲ Moss, Donnie Lee, 42, Creek Road (Girard) — probation violation.
    ▲ Goodman, Antonio Tarez, 35, Shelby Street — two counts of superior court probation violation, one count of Statesboro municipal court probation violation.
    ▲ Donaldson, Timothy Lavon Jr., 30, Stewart Avenue (Milledgeville) — probation violation.
     
➤ Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    ▲ There were no reported arrests on Monday.

➤ Georgia Southern University Arrests
    ▲ There were no reported arrests on Monday.

➤ Statesboro Police Incidents
    ▲ SOUTH ZETTEROWER — a woman stated that a former employee was supposed to return a Spark notebook when he came in to pick up his last check. However, the former employee said he didn’t know where it was, took his check and left the business.
    ▲ LANIER DRIVE — a complainant said that his company leased three gumball machines to the Oasis restaurant but when his employee attempted to service the machines, he found the business closed and the machines gone.
    ▲ NORTHSIDE DRIVE — the owner of DEA Supply Company reported that someone broke into the business and took a number of hand tools, a knife display rack and some rolls of copper tubing.
    ▲ WAL-MART — a woman taken into custody by store security attempted to hide a Blu-ray DVD player in a shopping bag and leave without paying. The woman had already been served with a criminal trespass notice.
    ▲ STATESBORO PLACE CIRCLE — a woman and her live-in boyfriend were involved in a domestic dispute over cleaning supplies.
    ▲ NORTHSIDE DRIVE — a woman reported that a grocery store employee was pushing carts back to the store when one of the carts hit the side of her car. The employee said he was pushing the carts to the store through the pedestrian crosswalk and the driver failed to allow him to pass. The employee said it is difficult to stop all of the carts suddenly once they start moving.
    ▲ CHANDLER ROAD — a man said he was walking back to his apartment when four unknown black males attacked him and took his wallet, cell phone and some jewelry.
    ▲ JOHNSON STREET — a man said he found a set of keys in the parking lot of Butler Homes. The keys were turned over to the police department for safe keeping.     

➤ Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
    ▲ EMIT DEAL ROAD — deputies responded to a domestic dispute call where two people who were involved in a verbal altercation were sent to their respective households.
    ▲ WESTOVER DRIVE — a man wishing to end a relationship said he went to sleep on the sofa when his girlfriend refused to leave the relationship. The man called 911 when the woman began to put her hands on him. He eventually stayed the night with his mother.
    ▲ ANDERSON ROAD — a woman called the authorities when she said her husband refused to let her gather some of her belongings. Deputies escorted the woman to her house to collect the things she needed.
    ▲ CYPRESS LAKE ROAD — a man reported that someone had taken a refrigerator from his residence.
    ▲ TALONS LAKE DRIVE — a man reported that someone entered his vehicle and took a pair of sunglasses.
    ▲ BURKHALTER ROAD — a woman said a friend of hers was visiting her residence when she had to leave for approximately 30 minutes. When she returned, the woman’s juvenile son informed her that the friend had left with her 32” flat screen television and a DVD player.
    ▲ US HIGHWAY 80 — a man reported that fishing equipment has been taken from the covered boat in his yard. In the following days, the victim checked with the pawn shops and found two of his fishing reels at the store. The man identified by the pawn shop turned out to be the same man doing work on the victim’s yard. When asked, the offender stated that two men in a green truck sold him the reels in a convenience store parking lot. Based on the totality of the circumstances, deputies arrested the man.
    ▲ BURKHALTER ROAD — the cashier at PoJo’s said a female customer began shouting insults at her and threatening bodily harm. By the time deputies arrived, the woman had driven off in a white Jeep Laredo.
    ▲ US 301 SOUTH — a woman reported that during a domestic dispute her boyfriend struck her in the head, knocked her to the ground, bruised her back and hurt her knee. The boyfriend was placed under arrest.
    ▲ FERNWOOD DRIVE — (Ellabell) a woman called deputies to report that her significant other was at her residence in violation of a temporary protection order. When deputies arrived, they determined the order was valid and arrested the boyfriend.
    ▲ BRINSON ROAD — (Brooklet) A woman called and said she saw a red truck in her year and two men walking around her residence. When deputies arrived, the woman said when she left her lights were on and when she returned they were off. The deputy checked the main breaker and found it had been turned off. A search of the premises found nothing missing.

➤ Georgia State Patrol Incidents
    ▲ Troopers issued five traffic citations and six warnings, investigated six crashes and helped two injured persons.

➤ Georgia Southern University Incidents
    ▲ Officers issued seven traffic citations, four traffic warnings, assisted nine motorists, responded to five alarms and investigated one accident.
   
➤ 911 Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
    ▲ Bulloch County Sheriff's Department — 23 calls.
    ▲ Statesboro Police Department — 20 calls.
    ▲ University Police Department — two calls.
    ▲ Georgia State Patrol — six calls.
    ▲ Brooklet Police Department — one call.
    ▲ Candler County Sheriff's Department — three calls.
    ▲ Evans County Sheriff's Department — three calls.
    ▲ Claxton Police Department — one call.

➤ 911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
    ▲ Statesboro Fire Department — seven calls.
    ▲ Bulloch County Volunteer Firefighters — three calls.
    ▲ Metter Fire Department — two calls.

➤ 911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
    ▲ Bulloch County EMS — four accidents, one fire and 19 medical calls.
    ▲ Candler County EMS — eight medical calls.
    ▲ Evans County EMS — seven medical calls.
    ▲ Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Monday — five calls to Bulloch First Responders.

— compiled by Phil Boyum.

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