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August 20 - Statesboro Police Arrests Hammond, Brooks Hampton, 26, Stonebrook Way —failure to yield

    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
    ▲ Hammond, Brooks Hampton, 26, Stonebrook Way —failure to yield after stopping at sign, driving under the influence of alcohol.
    ▲ Flores, Rafael Silva, 36, PO Box (Metter) — no brake lights or working turn signal, driving whil unlicensed.
    ▲ Robbins, Megan Elizabeth, 17, Robbins Road — theft by shoplifting.
    ▲ Bailey, Donovan, 43, Valley Road — driving while unlicensed.
    ▲ Green, Jonell M., 24, Oak Lane (Portal) — probation violation.
    ▲ Bowe, Emma Katherine, 19, Pine Ridge Lane (Albany) — possession of alcohol under the age of 21.

➤ Bulloch County Sheriff's Arrests
    ▲ There were no reported arrests Tuesday.

➤ Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    ▲ Kersey, Victoria Fulmer, 56, Cedar Street (Metter) — driving under the influence (refused).
       
➤ Georgia Southern University Arrests
    ▲ Smith-Graham, Hayley Ann, 20, Coaches Way — minor in possession/consumption of alcohol.

➤ Statesboro Police Incidents
    ▲ SOUTH MAIN STREET — a man turner off of Woodland Drive onto South Main street into the path of another vehicle, resulting in an accident.
    ▲ LANIER DRIVE — a woman reported that someone broke into her apartment and took approximately $465 worth of belongings. She said only she and management have a key and there was no sign of forced entry or unsecure windows.
    ▲ NORTH MAIN STREET — a man was pulled over for a missing tail light where he was unable to produce a valid driver’s license and was taken to jail.
    ▲ NORTHSIDE DRIVE EAST — a woman reported that the automatic car wash had damaged her vehicle.
    ▲ NORTHSIDE DRIVE — a man reported that he left his vehicle overnight in the Chow Time parking lot. While it was parked, someone stole and electric saw, tool box, spare tire with rim and the truck bed cover. In addition, the burglar scratched and damaged the entire passenger side of his vehicle.
    ▲ MARSHAM DRIVE — a woman reported that her ex-husband, with whom she has an on-going custody battle over their daughter, sent her a text message about her daughter’s uncleanliness, which resulted in a phone call where he used profanity against her.
    ▲ NORTHSIDE DRIVE — a woman reported that someone broke the window of a Badcock furniture pickup truck and had tampered with the inside of the vehicle, but nothing appeared to be missing.
    ▲ WALMART — a female teenager attempted to conceal various makeup items in her purse and leave the store but was caught by security.
    ▲ COMMERCE DRIVE —a couple brought their vehicle to Franklin Toyota for repairs and the shop loaned them a Rav4 to use while their vehicle was getting fixed. Five days after the car was repaired, employees have still not been able to contact the customer in order for them to pick up their vehicle and return the loaner.
    ▲ FOXRIDGE APARTMENTS — a woman complained to police that her father verbally harasses her even though she is trying to monitor his health. The father said his daughter keeps family phone calls from him and is rude to him, and he doesn’t want her living with him anymore. The daughter moved into another apartment within the same complex.
    ▲ MADISON MEADOWS — officers reported to a structure fire.
    ▲ INSTITUTE STREET — a man told officers that his wife started a verbal altercation because he went over to a friend’s apartment after leaving work. He stated she came to the residence and began yelling about his lack of responsibility, to which she later admitted. The parties were separated.
    ▲ PACKINGHOUSE ROAD — a woman reported that she woke up early in the morning to discover that her husband had left and had taken her blue Ford Explorer without her permission.
    ▲ GENTILLY DRIVE — a man said someone entered his truck and removed a number of items. In addition, he said they also entered his girlfriend’s unlocked Jeep and rummaged through the vehicle, though nothing was reported missing,
    ▲ BRANNEN STREET — an employee at Farmers and Merchants Bank said a man tried to cash a forged check for over $2,000.

➤ Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
     ▲ BROOKWOOD DRIVE — a woman reported that her teenage son pushed and kicked her after they had an argument. The teenager was transported to the Bulloch County jail.
    ▲ HIGHWAY 80 WEST — a woman reported that someone stole a chainsaw, an edger and a set of keys.
    ▲ CEDARWOOD ACRES — a woman said that she and her boyfriend had an argument, reportedly about love and life. During the argument, the boyfriend grabbed her around the neck and slapped her in the face. The woman said she defended herself by pushing the offender away then picked up and iron and threw it at him.
    ▲ SILVER CREEK SALOON — after deputies responded to a report of a fight, they found the victim in the parking lot bleeding from his knee with swelling and scratches on his face. He said that a man that he knew and two other males jumped him outside the bar at closing time. As they were hitting him, he broke free and managed to get into his truck and attempted to leave. The man he knew blocked him in with his own truck than began to hit him through the driver’s side window. He said the only reason he could think of for why they attacked him was that he had stolen the girlfriend of the man he knew, but that that had happened about 10 years ago.
    ▲ EAGLE VILLAGE — a woman stated that while she was at a party she observed her friend and a man having an argument. When she went to break up the verbal fight, the man pulled out a silver pistol and pointed at her. She said she got into her vehicle and left the scene.

➤ Georgia State Patrol Incidents
    ▲ Troopers issued seven citations and 21 warnings, investigated four crashes and assisted three motorists.
   
➤ Georgia Southern University Incidents
    ▲ Officers issued two traffic citations, two traffic warnings, assisted five motorists, assisted another agency, responded to four alarms and investigated two accidents.
     ▲ LAKESIDE CAFÉ — a bicycle was taken.
    BOTANICAL GARDENS — a fence was reported damaged.
    ▲ CENTENNIAL GARDENS — a driver’s license and a student identification cars were taken from a wallet at Einstein’s Bakery.
    ▲ SOUTHERN COURTYARD — someone reported that obscene words were written on a door.

➤ 911 Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
    ▲ Bulloch County Sheriff's Department — 18 calls.
    ▲ Statesboro Police Department — 27 calls.
    ▲University Police Department — one call.
    ▲ Georgia State Patrol — four calls.
    ▲ Brooklet Police Department — one call.
    ▲ Candler County Sheriff's Department — five calls.
    ▲ Evans County Sheriff's Department — three calls.
    ▲ Claxton Police Department — two calls.

➤ 911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
    ▲ Statesboro Fire Department — four calls.
    ▲ Metter Fire Department — one call.

➤ 911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
    ▲ Bulloch County EMS — one accident, one fire and 15 medical calls.
    ▲ Candler County EMS — one medical and one fire call.
    ▲ Evans County EMS — one medical call.
    ▲ Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Monday — one call each to Bulloch First Responders and Bulloch Animal Control.

— compiled by Phil Boyum.

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