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Police Report - March 7

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    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     
     Tedra Danyelle Baity, 21, Statesboro Place Apartments — theft by shoplifting.
     Don Newcomb Williams, 47, Loretha Street — wanted person, second offense driving with a suspended license, speeding.
     Sanchez Traman Houston, 20, Sanford Hall — disobedience to a traffic control device, DUI, marijuana possession.
     Calvin Reed, 52, Railroad Street — defective brake lights, DUI.
     Micah Carlyle Hytower, 24, Lanier Drive — marijuana possession.
     Saturnino Guerrero Marbon, 20, Cindy Lane — sexual battery.
     Raynard McClouden, 42, Youngblood Road — battery.
 Bulloch Sheriff’s Arrests    
     Anthony James Mincey, 26, Pine Street — probation violation, disorderly conduct.
     Tina Latrelle Mirabile, 34, S. Kevin Court — disorderly conduct.
     Brande Lynn Lewis, 29, S. Kevin Court — disorderly conduct.
 Georgia State Patrol Arrests
     Troopers issued seven traffic violation citations Monday.
 Georgia Southern University Arrests
      No arrests filed.
 Statesboro Police Incidents 
     WAL-MART — Police arrested a man for sexual battery.
     In a separate incident, police arrested a woman for trying to leave the store without  paying for food she concealed in her purse.
     MATTIE LIVELY ELEMENTARY — A school administrator reported two juvenile fought, and one 11-year-old left the property.
     STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL — Two female juveniles fought in a classroom.
     CITY OF STATESBORO PUBLIC WORKS — Someone broke into a building and took several gas cans filled with gasoline.
     COLLEGE PARK UNIVERSITY PINES APARTMENTS — A woman said someone came into her boyfriend’s home and took a lap top computer off his desk.
     MIGHTY MIKE’S HOT STOP #111 — (West Main Street) A woman said a man took a chicken biscuit without paying.
     CAMBRIDGE AT SOUTHERN — A woman struck a man in the chest during an argument over his not answering his phone all day.
     PARKERS ENZONE — An employee took $233 from a cash register, according to management.
 Bulloch Sheriff’s Incidents    
     ALLEN CIRCLE — (Statesboro) A woman told deputies she engaged in a physical struggle with her daughter after her daughter called her a vulgar name during an argument. The woman slapped the daughter, causing a cut. Both were arrested and the juvenile was taken to Claxton Regional Youth Detention Center.
     TONYA’S LANE — (Pembroke) Deputies responding to a domestic dispute arrested a woman for simple battery.
     POWELL PLACE — (Statesboro) A woman told deputies another female came to pay the complainant’s husband money she owed, and the offender began yelling at her and pushed her in the chest.
     OLD REGISTER WAY — (Register) A deputy responded to Cedarwood Acres Mobile Home Park regarding an intoxicated man who was causing trouble.
 Georgia State Patrol Incidents    
    Troopers issued two warnings, and investigated four crashes with six injuries Monday.
     BULLOCH COUNTY — During the month of February, troopers from GSP Post 45 investigated 63 crashes resulting in 53 injuries and two fatalities, according to Post Commander Sgt. First-Class Christopher Wright. Troopers also issued 302 traffic citations, including 19 DUI arrests, 123 speeding tickets, 51 seat belt violations and three child restraint violations, as well as 473 warnings.
     CANDLER COUNTY — During the month of February, troopers from GSP Post 45 investigated seven crashes resulting in six injuries, according to Post Commander Sgt. First-Class Christopher Wright. Troopers also issued 89 traffic citations, including five DUI arrests, 43 speeding tickets, three seat belt violations and two child restraint violations, as well as 55 warnings.
     EVANS COUNTY — During the month of February, troopers from GSP Post 45 investigated five crashes resulting in six injuries, according to Post Commander Sgt. First-Class Christopher Wright. Troopers also issued 88 traffic citations, including three DUI arrests, 17 speeding tickets, 11  seat belt violations and six child restraint violations, as well as 138 warnings.
 Georgia Southern University Incidents
     Officers issued one traffic warning and assisted six motorists.
 Animal Shelter Reports
    During the week of Feb. 26-Mar. 4, the Statesboro-Bulloch County Animal Shelter reported the following activity:
     Animals surrendered by citizens: nine dogs, 19 cats.
     Litters of young: 11 puppies, one kitten.
     Brought in by Bulloch Humane Enforcement: 18 dogs and one cat.
     Brought in by Statesboro Animal Control: two dogs and a cat.
     Miscellaneous calls: One about a raccoon.
     Shelter adoptions: seven dogs and two cats.
     Humane Society adoptions: a dog and nine cats.
     Euthanized: 29 dogs and a cat.
     Court summons/citations issued: four
     Warnings issued: 12
     Adoption fees collected: $280
     Surrender fees collected: $60
 911  Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Monday:
    Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department - 16 calls.
    Statesboro Police Department — 13 calls.
    Georgia State Patrol Post 45 — five calls.
    Brooklet Police Department — two calls.
    Candler County Sheriff’s Department — two calls.
 911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Monday:
    Statesboro Fire Department — three calls.
    Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters — three calls.
    Metter Fire Department — two calls.

— Compiled by Holli Deal Bragg
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