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Ocotber 28 – Jeffrey Mitchell Bohler, 25, Metts Road – DUI (refused test), public intoxication

    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
    * Jeffrey Mitchell Bohler, 25, Metts Road – DUI (refused test), public intoxication, criminal trespass.
    * Corey Jackson Taylor, 23, Thompson Bridge Road, Murrayville – DUI.
    * Henry Ericson Brannen, 28, East Main Street – simple assault.
    * Brittany Roshanda Johnson, 21, Lanier Drive – battery.
    * Joseph Lamont Burke, 24, Georgia Avenue – theft by shoplifting.
    * Bradley Andrew Caneega, 20, Loblolly Drive, Wrightsville – probation violation.
    * Tuwain Termaine Ivery, 31, Lanier Drive – probation violation.

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
    * Arrests Tuesday and Wednesday will be published Friday.

Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    * Troopers issued seven traffic violation citations Tuesday.
 
Georgia Southern University Arrests
    * Officers issued one traffic citation Friday, one Sunday and one Monday.
    * Denise Retres Kemp, 21, Harvey Drive — driving in violation of conditions of limited permit and fail to stop at a stop sign.
    * Douglas Ian Mitchell, 23, Holy Road Way, Alpharetta — DUI.
    * Erich Moore Toon, 21, Burkhalter Road — public drunk, disorderly conduct and public indecency.
    * Michael Joseph Mirabella, 20, Copper Beech Apartments  — theft by taking.
    * Ronald Dean Arledge, Jr., 23, 115 South Main Street – wanted person.
      
Statesboro Police Incidents
    * BUFFALO’S – A man, intoxicated, tried driving of in a van that was not his own, without permission. He was arrested after witnesses and the van owner stopped him.
    * GEORGIA AVENUE – A man was arrested for DUI after striking another car.
    * SOUTHERN COVE – Someone broke a window and took clothing and a lap top computer.
    * MADISON MEADOWS APARTMENTS – A lap top computer and clothing were taken from a car.
    * EAST MAIN STREET – A man pulled a knife on his mother and threatened to kill her and himself. In a separate incident, residents reported automobile break-ins. One man said nothing was taken from his car, while another said two vehicles were entered. Someone took $15 and paperwork.
    * EAGLE COURT CONDOMINIUMS — A man said his girlfriend hit him, leaving visible injuries.
    * SPIRIT & TRUTH CHURCH – Police responded to a domestic disturbance and one woman was taken by EMS to the hospital.
    * WAL-MART – A man without a belt left the store with one around his waist, and was arrested.
    * LESTER ROAD CONDOMINIUMS – A radio was taken from a day care after someone broke a window. The radio was left beside a fence.
    * CAMPUS COSSINGS – A pewter 2003 Chevrolet Silverado was reported stolen.
 
Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
    * SAWGRASS TRAIL – (Statesboro) A woman reported a bullet hole in her window.
    * AKINS CIRCLE EXTENSION – (Brooklet A man reported miscellaneous car parts taken from his property.
    * KENDRICKS ROAD – (Brooklet) A man said someone stole wheels and tires for a truck.
    * OLD RIVER ROAD SOUTH – (Brooklet) A man and woman physically fought, and the man was arrested on simple battery charges.
    * PARKER ROAD – (Statesboro) A man withheld money from a woman’s pay because she owed him money, and she did not agree with that.

Georgia State Patrol Incidents
    * Troopers issued 21 warnings, assisted three motorists and investigated four crashes with no reported injuries Tuesday.
    * John Christian McCullough, 19, Chriswood Drive, Macon – DUI under 21 (.084).

Georgia Southern University Incidents
    * FRIDAY — Officers issued four traffic warnings, assisted three motorists and responded to one alarm.
    * SATURDAY — Officers issued two traffic warnings, assisted two motorists, responded to one alarm and responded to a domestic dispute at Centennial Place.
    * SUNDAY — Officers issued two traffic warnings, assisted three motorists and responded to two alarms.
    * MONDAY — Officers assisted four motorists, responded to one fire alarm and issued one traffic citation.
    * EAGLE VILLAGS — A bicycle was stolen. In a separate report someone said a car side mirror was broken.
    * UNIVERSITY VILLAS – Someone said an iPod and a cell phone were stolen.
    * RECREATION ACTIVITY CENTER – Someone reported the theft of stolen tools and landscaping materials.
    * SOUTHERN PINES – Someone filed a complaint of harassment.
    * LAKESIDE CAFÉ – Someone complained of a simple battery incident.
    * CENTENNIAL PLACE – Someone called to complain about possible burned marijuana smell.
       
Central 911 Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
    * Bulloch County Sheriff's Department — 13 calls.
    * Statesboro Police Department —17 calls.
    * University Police Department – no calls.
    * Georgia State Patrol – four calls.
    * Candler County Sheriff's Department – seven calls.
    * Evans County Sheriff's Department – two calls.
    * Claxton Police Department – one call.
    * Portal Police Department – one call.
   
911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
    * Statesboro Fire Department – four calls.
    * Metter Fire Department – two calls.
    * Claxton Fire Department – one call.

911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
    * Bulloch County EMS – three accident calls and 11 medical calls.
    * Candler County EMS – one fire call and two medical calls.
    * Evans County EMS – two medical calls.
    * Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Tuesday:  three calls to Bulloch County First Responders, a call to the Bulloch County Correctional Institute, and a call to another agency that was not identified on reports.

— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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