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October 13 - Colton John Jacovetti, 19, Thimbledown Trail, Dacula - underage possession

      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
* Conor Fitzpatrick Mallory, 20, Crompton Court, Atlanta - possession of a fictitious identification card, underage possession of alcohol, public intoxication, criminal trespass.
* Paul Andrew Shoemaker, 23, Battleview Drive, Ringgold - failure to obey stop sign, DUI.
* Colton John Jacovetti, 19, Thimbledown Trail, Dacula - underage possession of alcohol, criminal trespass.
* Robert Louis Douglass III, 22, Tucker Road, Smithville - failure to maintain lane, DUI.
* Anthony Verdell Lane, 23, Claxton Dairy Road, Dublin - failure to maintain lane, DUI.
* Jennifer Lache Lawton, 21, Newington Highway, Sylvania - theft by shoplifting, theft by deception.
* Latika Yolanda Grant, 31, Chandler Road - false report of a crime.

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
* Ricky Lee Lively Jr., 22, Colfax Road - fleeing/attempt to elude officer, reckless driving, obstruction, failure to stop at stop sign, no insurance, unregistered vehicle, seat belt violation, theft by taking.
* Tristan Colby Kicklighter, 22, Cowboy Way, Portal - endangering security interest, giving false information to law enforcement officers.
* Scott Allen Lank, 42, East Jones Avenue - probation violation.

Georgia State Patrol Arrests
* Troopers issued 57 traffic violation citations Monday.

Georgia Southern University Arrests
* Officers issued five traffic citations Monday.

Statesboro Police Incidents
* FRANKLIN CHEVROLET - A 1994 Chevrolet Tahoe was reported stolen.
* WEST MAIN STREET/PROCTOR STREET - A man called 91, and was still on the phone when police arrived to find him very intoxicated. He was uncooperative with EMS and denied treatment.
* RETRIEVERS - A man was taken to the hospital after being body slammed by another. He had bruises to the head and scrapes on his back.
Ina separate incident one woman hit another in the head, causing a contusion.
* MIKELL STREET - Officers responded to a dispute over use of a garden hose.
* PARK PLACE APARMENTS - Two women fought physically over one of the women's ex-boyfriend.
* FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS - Someone cut a fence and entered two vehicles, but took nothing.
* PETCO - A man shoplifted over $200 in pet supplies.
* CAMBRIDGE AT SOUTHERN - A TV and Xbox 360 were stolen.
* KMAT - A juvenile male and a teenager were arrested for shoplifting items from this store as well as Beall's Outlet, Belk and the Shoe Department.
* SOUTH ZETTEROWER AVENUE - A radar detector and cigarettes were stolen from a car.
* B&M AUTO GLASS - Several toolboxes were stolen.
* FLETCHER DRIVE - A man said another man threatened him over money owed for tires, and someone placed cotton balls in his mail box, which he took as a threat to his children.
* CASTROL CAR CARE - A man reported several tools stolen from his truck.
* PARK PLACE APARTNMENTS - A bottle of prescription medications and $100 in change were stolen.
* RUM RUNNERS - Police responded to a report of a man vomiting on himself in a car.
* RAMBLE ROAD - A man who struck a tree in a single vehicle accident was charged with DUI after being treated at the hospital.
* ROBIN HOOD TRAIL - A lap top computer was reported stolen.
* THE POINTE AT SOUTHERN - A Play Station 3, games and a TV were stolen.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
* NORTH TAYLOR COURT - (Statesboro) A deputy responded to a domestic dispute all from an anonymous third party.
* B&B ROAD SOUTH - (Statesboro) A woman reported finding a door opened on an abandoned house she owns. She said a relative was seen backing up to the house and another time a man was seen running from the house.
* PARADISE COVE - (Statesboro) A man reported speakers stolen from his car.
* ALLENWOOD DRIVE - (Statesboro A woman told deputies a neighbor rode past her home yelling at her son. She said the man has been harassing her son for some time now.
* OLD THORN POND ROAD - (Brooklet) A man said a woman took his Chihuahua puppy. The woman refused to give the pup back. She ( his ex-wife) told deputies the man said she could have pick of the litter and that was the one she wanted.

Georgia State Patrol Incidents
* Troopers issued 62 warnings, performed three road checks, assisted 11 motorists and investigated eight crashes with one reported injuries Monday.

Georgia Southern University Incidents
* Officers issued four traffic warnings, assisted eight motorists and responded to one alarm Monday.
* NURSING CHEMISTRY BUILDING - Someone stole a wallet.
* SOUTHERN COURTYARD - A window was broken in a room.

Central 911 Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
* Bulloch County Sheriff's Department- 13 calls.
* Statesboro Police Department-18 calls.
* University Police Department - one call.
* Georgia State Patrol - six calls.
* Candler County Sheriff's Department -seven calls.
* Evans County Sheriff's Department - five calls.
* Claxton Police Department - no calls.
* Brooklet Police Department - one call.

911 Fire Department Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
* Statesboro Fire Department - two calls.
* Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters - one call.
* Metter Fire Department - one call.
* Metter Rescue - one call.

911 EMS Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
* Bulloch County EMS - 13 medical calls.
* Candler County EMS - one fire call and two medical calls.
* Evans County EMS - six medical calls.
* Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Monday: a call to Bryan County 911.


compiled by Holli Deal Bragg.

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