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Dec. 17 -- Sylvia Bryant, 46, West Main Street – wanted person

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
    * Sylvia Bryant, 46, West Main Street – wanted person.
    * Laquita Bartesa Harvard, 18, U.S. 80 West – theft by shoplifting.
    * Joseph Marco A. Smith, 25, Brampton Avenue – possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, firing a gun on the property of another, reckless conduct, marijuana possession with intent to distribute.
    * Danielle Christine Fedie, 19, Old Register Road – theft by shoplifting.
    * Elijah Lonell Wilson, 21, Old Register Road – theft by shoplifting.

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
    * Guy William Campbell, 25, Bluebill Drive, Savannah – probation violation.

Georgia State Patrol Arrests
     * DUI arrests – Mital Yashukumar Patel, 35, Bartlett Drive – DUI (pending test results.)
    * Seatbelt citations – Monday, none; Tuesday, three; Wednesday, three.
    * Child restraint citations  — none Monday through Wednesday.
    * Speeding citations – four Wednesday.
    * Total citations – 14 Tuesday, eight Wednesday.

Georgia Southern University Arrests
    * No arrests reported Tuesday. Information unavailable for Wednesday.

Statesboro Police Incidents
    * CARIBE COURT – A woman asked police to serve her ex-boyfriend with a criminal trespass warning after he came to her house and left a note.
    * VISTA CIRCLE – A tenant reported the theft of a TV, shoes, computer and printer, and watch.
    * WAL-MART – A woman shoplifted pencils, pens and a six-pack of Diet Coke. Also, a man and woman shoplifted energy shots, colognes, poster tape, duct tape, super glue, bath sets, bags and batteries.
    * THE LODGE APARMENTS – A woman declined EMS after her boyfriend struck her in the mouth, causing a bloody wound.
    * MIMOSA COURT – A woman said her red dachshund became missing while under the care of another couple.
    * SANDY HILL APARTMENTS – A woman called police after finding a three-year-old child running down the street, crying. When police responded the child’s babysitter arrived looking for the tot, who escaped her home.
    * THEGROVE APARTMENTS – A man admitted firing shots after someone reported it, and was arrested for various charges including marijuana possession with intent to distribute. The man also complained he saw an unknown man stealing his car stereo.
    * THE SMOKEHOUSE – (AA facility, S. College Street) A man threatened a woman during a verbal argument about rumors of theft.
    * TAYLOR’S TRAILERS – Someone stole an ATV.
    * SOUTH WALNUT STREET – Someone stole three air conditioner units and copper tubing from three homes.
 
Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
    * HAROLD HOWELL ROAD – (Portal) Someone kicked in a door, but nothing was missing.
    * PLANTERS ROW – (Statesboro) Three TVS and other items were stolen after someone kicked in a door. Another resident reported a laptop and coins stolen.
    * LANDINGS PARKWAY – (Statesboro) Deputies found where apartments had been forcibly entered, but tenants were out of town and possible missing items have yet to be reported. One tenant reported several TV’s missing.
    * MILLER STREET EXTENSION – After a man called and threatened to steal a car if the seller did not lower the price, the seller discovered a brown 1988 Cadillac Brougham was stolen from where it had been parked.
    * MILL CREEK ESTATES – (Statesboro) Scrap metal was reported stolen from this location.
    * BOWEN AUTO SALES – (Statesboro) Someone shot three holes into a Honda Accord for sale.
    * OLD GROVELAND ROAD – (Nevils/Pembroke) A man reported several firearms stolen in a burglary.
    * IVANHOE JUNCTION ROAD – (Stilson) A man said his ex-wife came to his home to talk to him, but he did not want to talk and asked deputies to serve her with a criminal trespass warning.
      
Georgia State Patrol Incidents
    * Crashes investigated – five Tuesday, three Wednesday.
    * Fatalities reported – none.
    * Total vehicle stops – eight Monday; five Tuesday and 12 Wednesday.
    * Seatbelt warnings – two Tuesday.
    * Child restraint warnings – none.
    * Speeding warnings – three Monday; none Tuesday, one Wednesday.
    * Total warnings issued –  seven Monday; six Tuesday; six Wednesday.
    * Wanted persons apprehended – none.
    * Stolen vehicles recovered – none.
    * Road checks performed – one Tuesday.
    * Motorists assisted – one Monday, one Wednesday.
    * Miles patrolled – Monday, 310; Tuesday, 151; Wednesday, 327.
     
Georgia Southern University Incidents
    * Tuesday — Officers responded to three alarms and investigated one accident.
      
Central 911 Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
    * Bulloch County Sheriff's Department — 12  calls.
    * Statesboro Police Department — 20 calls.
    * University Police Department – no  call.
    * Georgia State Patrol — six  calls.
    * Candler County Sheriff's Department – six calls.
    * Evans County Sheriff's Department – one call.
    * Claxton Police Department – two calls.
    
911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls  Monday:
    * Statesboro Fire Department –  three calls.
    * Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters – one  call.
    * Metter Fire Department — four calls.
     
911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
    * Bulloch County EMS – one accident call and 17 medical calls.
    * Candler County EMS – one fire call and three  medical calls.
    * Evans County EMS – four  medical calls.
    * Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Wednesday: a call to Bulloch County Humane Enforcement, a call to Georgia Forestry, three calls to Bulloch County First Responders, and a call to Tattnall County 911.
— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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