View Mobile Site

August 28 - Statesboro Police Arrests Joseph J. Nunnally, 22, College Lane – bench warrant, obstruct

    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
    ▲ Joseph J. Nunnally, 22, College Lane – bench warrant, obstruction.
    ▲ Robert Tanner Romine, 19, Lanier Drive – theft by shoplifting.
    ▲ Anthony Kostello Reese, 37, Pulaski Highway – open container, failure to obey traffic device, driving with a suspended license, cocaine possession, giving false identification information.
    ▲ Robert Lee D. Redding, 22, Roundtree Street – seat belt violation, driving with a suspended license.
    ▲ Charisse Dianna Kirksey, 23, Morris Street – affray.
    ▲ Shaqueta Gabrielle Butler, 21, Morris Street – affray.
    ▲ Edgielou Ray, 48, Mincey Street – possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, headlights violation, no proof of insurance, suspended registration.
    ▲ Robert Marquette Waters, 21, Ga. 169, Glennville – DUI, headlights violation, failure to maintain lane.
    ▲ Patrick Martin Cooney, 20, Bermuda Run Apartments – marijuana possession.
    ▲ Brandy Nicole Joyner, 29, U.S. 80 West – theft of services.
    ▲ Roger Earl White, 27, Coleman Street, Portal – theft of services, probation violation.
    ▲ Kimberly Ann Good, 19, Water Oak Circle – failure to maintain lane, DUI under 21, underage possession of alcohol.
   
➤ Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
    ▲ Arrests Thursday through Sunday will be published Tuesday.
   
➤ Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    ▲ Troopers issued 12 traffic violation citations Thursday.
    ▲ William M. Metzger, 72, Lane Street, Brooklet – DUI (.116).
    ▲ Billy Dan Dyches, 53, Maria Sorell Road – DUI (refused test).
   
➤ Georgia Southern University Arrests
    ▲ Officers issued 15 traffic citations Thursday.
          
➤ Statesboro Police Incidents
    ▲ PINE NEEDLE COURT – Someone stole two cameras, a lap top computer, a desk top computer, a TV and purse from an apartment.
    ▲ GOODWILL – Video showed a woman picking up a wallet that was left by another woman.
    ▲ EAGLE CREEK TOWNHOUSES – A woman reported the theft of an iPod.
    ▲ STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL – A ten was arrested in the cafeteria on charges of simple battery. Also another teen was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute on or near a public school.
    ▲ WAL-MART – A man was caught shoplifting a pair of shoes. IN another incident, a woman said another female threatened her.
    ▲ REPORT AT THE POLICE STATION – A Pine Street man told officers a woman who did his taxes had his return deposited into her account and has not given him the money. The woman told police she had no money that belonged to the man.
    ▲ PARK PLACE APARTMENTS – A woman called police after her child’s father took her purse, locked it in his house and left.
    ▲ JOHNSON LANE – After a man was arrested on cocaine possession and other charges, two women fought over where his belongings would be kept while he was incarcerated.
     
➤ Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
    ▲ BUIE CIRCLE – (Statesboro) A woman heard a noise, looked outside and saw her truck doors were open. When she went to investigate she saw a man standing in the yard.
    ▲ OWENS ROAD – (Pembroke) A woman reported a camera, cell phone, $140, and a cell charger  were stolen from her vehicle after someone shattered a window to get in.
    ▲ JENKINS AUTO SALES – (Statesboro, U.S. 301 South) A man said someone stole a four-wheeler, as well as two CD players from vehicles.
    ▲ NEVILS DENMARK ROAD –(Nevils) A man became irate after being asked to leave because he will not work and lays around the house.
    ▲ ROUGH RIDER ROAD – (Statesboro) A man was arrested after involvement in a fight with a woman, in the presence of children.
    ▲ HARVEY WILSON ROAD – (Portal) A TV, freezer, air conditioner, and cable box were stolen in a burglary.
    ▲ GA. 24 – (Statesboro) A woman said she and a man argued over taking the man’s five-year-old to school.
    ▲ COUNTRY CLUB ROAD – (Statesboro) Two women reported a man acting suspiciously as he walked down the road. He went into the woods when approached.
    ▲ ALLENWOOD DRIVE – (Statesboro) A man told deputies another man threatened him and to scratch his truck.
           
➤ Georgia State Patrol Incidents
    ▲ Troopers issued eight warnings, performed two road checks and investigated three crashes with one reported injury Thursday.
          
➤ Georgia Southern University Incidents
    ▲ Officers issued four traffic warnings, assisted seven motorists, responded to two alarms and responded to a large fight near the Landrum Center Thursday.
           
➤ Central 911 Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Thursday:
    ▲ Bulloch County Sheriff's Department – 11 calls.
    ▲ Statesboro Police Department- 27 calls.
    ▲ University Police Department – one call.
    ▲ Georgia State Patrol – four calls.
    ▲ Candler County Sheriff's Department – six calls.
    ▲ Evans County Sheriff's Department – two calls.
    ▲ Claxton Police Department –one call.
    ▲ Brooklet Police Department – one call.
       
➤ 911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Thursday:
    ▲ Statesboro Fire Department – three calls.
    ▲ Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters - one call.
         
➤ 911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Thursday:
    ▲ Bulloch County EMS – one accident call, one rescue call and 14 medical calls.
    ▲ Candler County EMS –six medical calls.
    ▲ Evans County EMS – three medical calls.
    ▲ Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Thursday:  three calls to Bulloch County First Responders, a call to Bryan County 911 and a call to the Bulloch County coroner.
   
—    compiled by Holli Deal Bragg.

Interested in viewing premium content?

A subscription is required before viewing this article and other premium content.

Already a registered member and have a subscription?

If you have already purchased a subscription, please log in to view the full article.

Are you registered, but do not have a subscription?

If you are a registed user and would like to purchase a subscription, log in to view a list of available subscriptions.

Interested in becoming a registered member and purchasing a subscription?

Join our community today by registering for a FREE account. Once you have registered for a FREE account, click SUBSCRIBE NOW to purchase access to premium content.

Membership Benefits

  • Instant access to creating Blogs, Photo Albums, and Event listings.
  • Email alerts with the latest news.
  • Access to commenting on articles.

Please wait ...